Former Obama Aide Malley Named Biden’s Top envoy On Iran

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Joe Biden has named Robert Malley as special U.S. envoy for Iran, a senior official said on Thursday, giving the veteran diplomat a leading role in one of most daunting and politically divisive foreign policy challenges facing the new administration.

How Tehran Reaps Its Ominous Goals!

Iran’s economy is controlled by FTO-IRGC and lots of criminal money is infiltrating into the […]

What Is The US Strategem On Islamdom?

The Biden administration is convinced that it will succeed in concluding a nuclear agreement with Iran (I am skeptical, I don’t think the Mullah’s regime in Iran are interested other than playing for time) but what are the plans of the Biden administration for the period after a conclusion of an agreement? America’s allies in Islamdom worry that the Biden administration will continue to court Mullah’s regime in the hope of reconciling with the ruling mullahs. The reasons behind this fear is Rob Malley who will remain in charge of the Iran file and his agenda is identical to that of Barack Obama, namely aligning America with the Islamists. Furthermore, much of the Biden administration is populated by former Obama staffers like Malley.

The Islamic Republic Must Release Christian Convert Prisoner

ICBPS- Activists have called on the Islamic authorities to immediately release Iranian convert to Christianity Nasser Navard Gol-Tapeh serving ten years in prison for “missionary activities”.
Nasser, 60, was arrested on June 24, 2016, in a raid on a private gathering held by Christians near the Iranian capital, Tehran.

Once Tortured In Iranian Jail, Ex-Marine Fights Spy Claims

WASHINGTON (AP) — After Amir Hekmati was released from Iranian custody in a 2016 deal trumpeted as a diplomatic breakthrough, he was declared eligible for $20 million from a special U.S. government fund as compensation for years of imprisonment that included brutal torture.

Biden’s Intelligence Community And 2 Angry Spy Mullahs

In the bipolar political atmosphere of Persian Gulf – after boycott of Qatar – ; the formation of anti-Iran Front ; the existence of cold war or rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran ; new diplomacy of White house and change of dynamic of MENA; withdrawal of US forces from Iraq and Syria; post era of JCPOA without presence of US ; the post era of Arab Spring; the reluctance of US for serious intervention in MENA; re- appearance of Russia in the region; Middle East has challenged a new turmoil and instability.

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