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Alawites, Safavids and the rise of extremism

  • I DO not have any problem with Alawite Shiites. In fact, majority of my teachers were Shiite Arabs. Until today, I have not severed relations with them. We never had any problem because of sectarian issue. I have lived with them, ate and stayed at their places and I have visited Iraq from the...
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Iranian plan aims to protect its own interests in Syria

  • Iranian diplomacy is at work with full force to defend and protect Assad who is under threat from the Free Syrian Army. In this background, we see the visit of Saeed Jalili, secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security, to Beirut, Damascus and Baghdad. Jalili confirmed to Assad that the...
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Consequences of Rafah attack and the Iranian connection

  • There are those who mess with the security of Egypt. They aim to entangle Cairo in internal issues so that it cannot assume an active regional role. Additionally, there are those who try to spread regional anarchy. Sinai is important because of its proximity to Israel. Any player, who wants to...
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Thierry Meyssan and Prince Bandar bin Sultan

  • The Russian and Iranian intelligence agencies have failed in identifying the body/group behind the bomb blast that hit the headquarters of the Syrian national security. The bomb blast is akin to the one that took place in Iran at the beginning of the Iran-Iraq war and killed almost half of the...
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Russia and violation of human rights

  • After the political and moral bankruptcy of Russia vis-a-vis the Syrian regime's bloody crackdown is exposed Moscow turned to Tehran to hatch a conspiracy for stirring sectarian tension in Syria. Russia seeks an Iranian role for destabilizing the region. If the Russian Foreign Ministry or the...
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What will Iran do after Assad?

  • PREVIOUSLY, I expected that Iran would turn to a tug of war to perpetuate tension in the region. The logic of survival in Iran since the Khomeini revolution has been to focus on creating tension abroad and the target has been countries with multisectarian population. For this reason, Iran cannot...
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Damascus and Tehran: The war for military preparedness

  • Previously I pondered as what Iran could do even if it possessed a nuclear bomb. Of course, it would not do anything even if it’s on brink of political craziness or becomes frightened of the regional and international changes....
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Behind-the-scenes Russian diplomacy

  • All indicators reveal that the Turkish fighter was downed by Russian and rather than Syrian defenses. The incident came as a reaction to the Syrian pilot who fled in his Russian-made plane to Jordan....
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Hostages are seniorHezbollah leaders

  • The Syrian rebels confirmed that the 11 Lebanese affiliated with Hezbollah oversaw the massacres in Syria. The arrested men belonged to the intelligence section of Hezbollah. Among the arrested were a nephew of Hassan Nasrallah and the intelligence official of the Iranian’s Jerusalem force....
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Ahmed Shafiq and the Muslim Brotherhood!

  • A prominent analyst told me that what had taken place in Egypt was not a complete revolution. Some of the key details were agreed upon in advance, he added. Perhaps, the agreement was between the Muslim Brotherhood and the Military Council. They agreed to remove President Hosni Mubarak in what...
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