Posts Tagged ‘ Khamenei ’

Khamenei and IRGC Business Empire Boosted by Iran Deal

Sep 15th, 2015

Hamid Yazdan Panah, Sep. 15, 2015
Khamenei uses the business front known as “Setad” to extend his influence into every corner of the Iranian economy, including: “finance, oil, telecommunications, the production of birth-control pills and even ostrich farming.”

Iranian Regime’s Quest to Dominate the Middle East

May 15th, 2015

A Documentary by Iranian-American Forum

NIAC’s Nuclear Goals Align With Regime

Apr 10th, 2015

Hamid Yazdan Panah, April 10, 2015
Now that a supposed “historic” framework of political understanding has been reached between Iran and the international community, it may be worth looking at the role played by the Iranian regime’s lobby in the United States, and what its actual interests are.

Khamanei Controls $95 Billion Dollar Empire

Nov 12th, 2013

Hamid Yazdan Panah, 12 November 2013
A stunning report by Reuters has disclosed the enormous financial tied to Khamanei and his “Setad” organization. The facts demonstrate the fascist nature of the ruling clergy in Iran, and the West’s cooperation with these elements.

Oil minister’s harsh response to Supreme Leader and hard-liners

Nov 4th, 2013

Hassan Dai, 11.4. 2013
As the Supreme Leader and his hard-line proxies continue anti-US campaign, oil minister harshly criticized them for not grasping the reality and shouting empty slogans. Zangeneh told that Iran’s catastrophic economic situation and lack of funding made President Rouhani cry

Khamenei’s calculated plan

Nov 3rd, 2013

Kayvan Kabolli, Nov 3, 2013
Khamenei’s new speech at the gathering of Iranian students in Tehran on Sunday raises more questions about his real intentions on nuclear negotiation with p5+1. On the surface, he is supporting the negotiation team led by Zarif and tries to curb the hard-liners’ campaign against governments

Zarif is asked to confess

Oct 12th, 2013

Iranian American Forum, 12 October 2013
The last Friday prayer was used as a stage against the Foreign Minister Javad Zarif. The main speaker Ahmad Khatami, close to the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, asked Zarif to admit publicly that some mistakes were made during the New York trip