From Iran Sanctions To US ‘Dirty Tricks’ By Dr. Ismail Salami

5 January, 2013 — Global Research

In what can be seen as a blatantly overt interference in Iran’s affairs, US President Barack Obama has recently enacted a law “aimed at countering Tehran’s alleged influence in Latin America” through a new diplomatic and political strategy to be designed by the State Department.

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Washington’s Dilemma: The “Good Terrorists” versus the “Bad Terrorists” By Dr. Ismail Salami

26 December 2012Global Research

Terrorism is terrorism and it cannot be defined otherwise unless the interests of one party tilt the scale in disfavor of another and the dichotomization of the terrorists in Syria into good and bad by the West casts doubt on its claim on democracy.

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Iran: When the Drones Backfire on America. Washington’s Troubled Dream? By Dr. Ismail Salami

5 December, 2012 — Global Research

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US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has recently described Iran as the hardest issue she has been dealing with as secretary of state.

In 30-minute keynote address at the annual US-Israeli forum, Clinton clearly enunciated that she has failed to find a solution to Iran issue.

“Iran is the hardest of the hard boards because of the dangers its behavior already poses and the geometrically greater danger that a nuclear-armed Iran would pose… It is an issue that has consumed a significant part of my time as secretary of state.”

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Iran: When the Drones Backfire on America. Washington’s Troubled Dream? By Dr. Ismail Salami

5 December, 2012 — Global Research

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US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has recently described Iran as the hardest issue she has been dealing with as secretary of state.

In 30-minute keynote address at the annual US-Israeli forum, Clinton clearly enunciated that she has failed to find a solution to Iran issue.

“Iran is the hardest of the hard boards because of the dangers its behavior already poses and the geometrically greater danger that a nuclear-armed Iran would pose… It is an issue that has consumed a significant part of my time as secretary of state.”

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Towards a Full Scale War on Gaza: The Red Line Israel Brazenly Crossed By Dr. Ismail Salami

17 November 2012 — Global Research

Reports indicate that Israel is reportedly setting the stage for a full-scale war on Gaza. According to Israeli media, 16,000 reservists are being briefed on a full-scale war on the Gaza Strip while Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak has ordered 75,000 military reservists drafted.

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Syria’s Assad warns of apocalyptic war

12 November 2012 — Strategic Culture Foundation

In a rare interview with Russia Today TV, President Bashar al-Assad vigorously clarified his stance on the current Syrian crisis created by the West and some regional states including Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Qatar and warned them of the apocalyptic consequences of any foreign intervention in Syria.

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Dr. Ismail Salami: THE WAR ON IRAN – Nuclear Assassinations Just the Tip of the Iceberg

19 January 2012Global Research

‘I saw a motorcycle. They were wearing ski masks — black ski masks. They were two people. I saw the motorcycle speed by. I saw them. It seemed as if they had something in their hands,’ this is how a female witness described the scene of the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientist Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan.

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IRAN-DRONEGATE: Washington’s Acrimony over the Downed Top Secret Spy Drone By Dr. Ismail Salami

14 December 2011 — Global Research

Editor’s Note:
THE IRAN-DRONEGATE SAGA
Welcome to what might be described as the “Iran-DronGate Saga”, a diplomatic endgame directed against the Islamic Republic of Iran. Global Research will be providing detailed coverage of this important topic. – Michel Chossudovsky, December 14, 2011

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IRAN-DRONEGATE: Washington's Acrimony over the Downed Top Secret Spy Drone By Dr. Ismail Salami

14 December 2011 — Global Research

Editor’s Note:
THE IRAN-DRONEGATE SAGA
Welcome to what might be described as the “Iran-DronGate Saga”, a diplomatic endgame directed against the Islamic Republic of Iran. Global Research will be providing detailed coverage of this important topic. – Michel Chossudovsky, December 14, 2011

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