Iran Suddenly Turns Silent As Protests Spread In Syria
Iran's government celebrated the popular uprisings first in Tunisia, then in Egypt, Bahrain and Yemen. But when protests began in Syria, Iran turned uneasy and uncertain. Syria is one of Iran's few real allies in the Arab Middle East, ...
Syria and Iran
Iran's Nightmare: Losing Syria
Turkish influence over Syria could help distance al-Assad from Iran, cables said
Kansas City Star
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad speaks a pause in the National Army Day military parade in front of the mausoleum of the Iran's late leader Ayatollah Khomeini in Tehran, Iran on April 18, 2011. The Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad used the ...
Iran's president and supreme leader in rift over minister's reinstatement
Ahmadinejad Reportedly Not Showing Up for Work, Sparking Rumors of a Possible ...
Iran cleric warns Ahmadinejad not to overestimate his power
Syria: Obama signs off on sanctions hitting Syria, Iran
US President Barack Obama has signed an order imposing sanctions on three top Syrian officials, Syria's intelligence agency and Iran's Revolutionary Guard. The sanctions freeze any assets the groups have in US jurisdictions and bar Americans from ...
Syria & Iran: diplomacy and covert operations
US Moves Cautiously Against Syrian Leaders
US imposes sanctions on Syria
Fatah-Hamas deal fruit of Egyptian revolution: Iran FM
TEHRAN - Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi has welcomed the reconciliation deal between the Palestinian movements of Fatah and Hamas, citing it as one of the achievements of the Egyptian revolution. Acting Palestinian Authority President ...
Palestinian unity could end Israel's 'ruthless' occupation, Iran official says
'Iran key sponsor of autonomous ME'
Iran: Palestinian reconciliation will defeat occupation
'Iran forex reserve over $100bn'
An official with the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) has stated that the country has at least 100 billion dollars in foreign exchange reserves. Speaking on condition of anonymity, he told the Fars News Agency that the foreign exchange reserve is different ...
Is Ahmadinejad Islamic Enough for Iran? - by Abbas Milani
In Shift, Egypt Warms to Iran and Hamas, Israel's Foes
New York Times
Egypt's shifts are likely to alter the balance of power in the region, allowing Iran new access to a previously implacable foe and creating distance between itself and Israel, which has been watching the changes with some alarm. ...
Egypt Draws Closer to Hamas, Iran
Egypt Bolsters Relations With Iran, Hamas; Plans End to Gaza Blockade; Israel ...
Egypt Policy Toward Gaza, Hamas Vexes Israel
US aim financial hits at Syrian officials, Iran
In this citizen journalism image made on a mobile phone and acquired by the AP, Syrians gather after Friday prayers during an anti-government protest in the coastal city of Banias, Syria, Friday, April 29, 2011. Thousands of Syrian protesters chanting ...
US aims financial hits at Syrian officials, Iran
Superman no longer identifies as American
He goes to Iran to support protesters, and Ahmadinejad thinks that it's an act of US policy. The baby Kal-El isn't "born" in the Soviet Union, he's born on Krypton (same as in the baseline story). In Red Son, his ship lands in Ukraine, rather than in ...
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