Strategic, Geopolitical and Ideological Gaps between Iran and the EU

Editor 05 June 2018

by Staff writer, SF

Iran’s economic, diplomatic and political ties with the European Union are repeatedly highlighted by its leaders and media outlets. The narrative they pose is one where the EU is left with no option other than backing Iran politically, so European nations will continued to advocate to preserve the Iran nuclear deal and will continue to provide sanctions reliefs to the Islamic Republic.

Europe must stand strong against Iran’s promises

Atousa Pilger 01 June 2018

by Atousa Pilger
The Iranian Regime has promised the European Union that it will push the terrorist Iran-backed Houthis in Yemen to enter into peace talks with the legitimate Yemeni government in order to save the 2015 nuclear deal.

Iran put under more pressure

Saeed 31 May 2018

by Saeed
The situation in the Middle East is evolving rapidly, just weeks after US President Donald Trump announced that he would be pulling the United States out of the 2015 nuclear deal.
Iran has heavily depended on the nuclear deal, not least as a way of funding its adventures in the region. The sanctions that were lifted when the agreement was put in place have provided Iran with billions of dollars. The Iranian regime has been able to provide extensive funding to its militias and proxy groups and for its terrorist activities.


The Time has come to Heed the Iranian Opposition

Editor 29 May 2018

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s recent speech regarding Washington’s policy toward the Iranian regime may be historical in that it appears to be a major turn-around.
The West’s Iran policy went against the interests of the Iranian people, and the nations of the Middle East. People have suffered from this regime’s export of terrorism.
Additionally, this strikes a blow to the Iranian regime’s influence in other countries such as Hezbollah in Lebanon, the Palestinian movement, and Afghanistan where Tehran is said to support the Taliban and Al-Qaeda.

Iran lobby is getting desperate in its attacks on Pompeo

Armin Baldwin 29 May 2018

by Armin Baldwin
The new US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo recently laid out the Trump administration’s new Iran policy, including 12 steps that the mullahs would have to follow in order to get a new deal from the US
The most important of these steps are fairly obvious: stop enriching all uranium and stop supporting militant groups (i.e. Hezbollah, Hamas). These are so important that it’s hard to believe that they weren’t included in the 2015 nuclear deal, but that is one of the reasons that Donald Trump gave for his withdrawal.

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