Posts Tagged ‘ sanction ’

Iran to continue providing medical aid to Syria and Lebanon

Jan 12th, 2016

Iranian American Forum, Jan. 12, 2016
As the Iranian economy continues to plummet under the weight of the sanctions, with declining oil prices and an ever deepening recession, Iranian Minister of Health traveled to Syria and Lebanon to assure both countries that Iran will continue to supply medicine and medical equipment, build two medical schools and train their medical staff in Iran

The Iran Lobby’s Gift to the US: Trita Parsi

Jan 30th, 2015

Hamid Yazdan Panah, Jan. 30, 2015
Trita Parsi and the distortion team at NIAC are at it again. Parsi recently, penned a piece entitled. “The Senate’s Gift to ISIS: Sanctions on Iran”. The piece reads much like every article written by Parsi, it takes a current event, and spins it into a reason that now is the perfect time to coddle Tehran. This time he uses ISIS as the boogeyman that can only be defeated if sanctions are not imposed on Tehran.

NIAC and Trita Parsi’s peace business

Nov 20th, 2013

Hassan Dai, 20 November 2013
NIAC continues to slander US politicians who oppose Tehran’s agenda and call them warmongers but NIAC’s internal documents released during the lawsuit (that NIAC lost), show clearly that its pro-Tehran lobby is only about business and opening up trade between US and Iran. The peace mantle is just a disguise and human face for its lobby

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.

Iran: Anti-Imperialism Meets Big Oil

Nov 7th, 2013

Hamid Yazdan Panah, 7 November 2013
A popular view amongst some individuals who claim to be “anti-war” is that the Iranian regime is resisting imperialism. Yet these individuals rarely if ever talk about the issue at the core of Iran’s geopolitics, namely oil. The reality is the regime has actively sold the wealth of Iran in order to maintain its own survival, and has continuously been backed by foreign entities keen on exploiting our natural resources.

UANI Letter to President Obama and Congressional Leaders Requests Legislative Debate on the Principles of Iran Nuclear Negotiations

Nov 1st, 2013

UANI, November 1, 2013
We Request That Congress Takes Up Debate on the Essential Principles that Must Underpin any Nuclear Agreement with Iran and Closely Consult with the President. As a starting point of such debate, we respectfully propose five principles to guide the U.S. position in the P5+1 nuclear negotiation.

Sanctions and Human Rights, Beyond the Empty Rhetoric

Oct 27th, 2013

Hamid Yazdan Panah, 27 October 2013
Many Iranians and westerners have questioned the use of sanctions and whether they are an effective tool against the regime, or a threat to the domestic population. But little attention has been paid as to who is behind these efforts to remove sanctions, and how they aim to benefit from business with Tehran. This begs the question, is it the people of Iran who will be hurt most by these sanctions, or the regime and the oil industry