Iran Press Watch
From Iran to Topeka, hatred in God's name
Nadarkhani has been sentenced to death in Iran for refusing to renounce his faith. Iranian authorities charge that Nadarkhani is a Muslim who committed an act of apostasy by converting to Christianity. They also say that he has evangelized to Muslims. ...
Pastor's possible execution reveals nuances of Islamic law
Why Pastor Youcef's Case Means So Much to Iran
Calling on United Nations to Save Christian Pastor's Life
My Fox Boston
Iran reactor disaster warning
IRAN'S first nuclear power station is unsafe and will probably cause a "tragic disaster" according to a document apparently written by an Iranian whistleblower. The Bushehr reactor is likely to cause the next nuclear catastrophe after Chernobyl and ...
Insider: Iran Will Be 'Next Chernobyl'
Bureau Recommends: Iran – 'the next Chernobyl'
US, Israel Guilty for Worm Attack on Iran's Nuclear Program: Russia
Trend News Agency
Iran and the Arab Spring
Huffington Post (blog)
In the thick of things is Iran, which has great interest in the viability of its embattled Syrian allies, the Saudi role in Bahrain, and the leadership turnover in longtime rival Egypt. "The region's strategic balance is at stake," write experts ...
Cleric Underlines Iran's Full Support for Regional Uprisings
Bahrain takes on Iran in 2014 WCup qualifier
FIFA steps up security for Iran-Bahrain soccer
EU to extend Belarus, Iran, Syria sanctions
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union is to extend sanctions on Belarus, Iran and Syria next week in response to crackdowns on opposition movements and other rights violations, EU officials and diplomats said on Friday. EU foreign ministers meeting ...
Iran's voodoo extremists trump our enviro-nuts
In yet further proof that Iran is a country of insecure and intolerant voodoo extremists, as I wrote this, this there was a possibility a Christian pastor would be executed because he would not recant his Christian faith and embrace Islam ...
Death For The Crime Of Christianity In Iran?
The religion of peace?
Islam's Predictability: Apostasy, Execution, and Lies
OPEC faces new Iran-Saudi clash
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, Oct. 7 (UPI) -- The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries could face another clash between Saudi Arabia and Iran as the cartel's oil production rises to a three-year high. The 12-member cartel's output for September ...
Iran says OPEC to keep oil production quote unchanged
OPEC to consider emergency meeting if oil prices fall more: Iran
Iran says most in OPEC would agree to hold output
Global Security Newswire
Romney Pledges to Boost US Military Spending, Deter Iran
Romney pledged in his first 100 days, if elected, to boost naval shipbuilding, deploy Navy carriers to deter Iran's suspected military ambitions, increase intelligence cooperation with Israel, review military and aid spending in Afghanistan and invest ...
Romney Pledges to Boost U.S. Military Spending, Deter Iran
Romney Pledges to Beef up Deterrent Against Iran
GOP candidates shift to defense and foreign policy
Iran "Tricked and Misled" IAEA, Former Official Says
Global Security Newswire
A former high-level International Atomic Energy Agency official expressed regret in an interview published on Thursday that the organization did not more aggressively pursue suspicions over Iran's nuclear intentions during his tenure (see GSN, Oct. 6). ...
Key Romney Advisers Advocate War With Iran
Romney would up defense aid to Israel
Musical Chairs: Iranian diplomat sits in Israel's IAEA seat
International Business Times
Iran Charges Student Who Was In the US
Omid Kokabee, an Iranian who was studying physics at the University of Texas, Austin, was arrested when he returned home to Iran for a family visit. He went on trial in Tehran this week on charges related to espionage. ...
Trial of student member underway in Iran
University of Texas Student Charged With Espionage by Iran
Omid Kokabee, University Of Texas Student, On Trial In Iran
Cables Say Syria, Iran Illegally Moved Cash to North Korea
Wall Street Journal
In the cables, viewed by The Wall Street Journal, US officials warned their counterparts in Jordan that North Korea was using Amman-based Arab Bank PLC to receive money from Syria and Iran, circumventing international sanctions. The US has said, ...
Jordanian bank tied to illicit weapons?
Report: Syria, Iran Paid N. Korea via Amman-Based Bank