Posts Tagged ‘Iran’

Holocaust’s Holy Grail

September 19th, 2010

Published in Human Events September 19, 2010 Martin Dannenberg, 94, died August 18. Unfortunately, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad never met him. While Americans will not recognize the name, Dannenberg made one of the most startling discoveries of World War II. Two days before Adolf Hitler committed suicide, a German official led U.S. Army Sgt. Dannenberg

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Is Iran’s Day Of Reckoning Within Sight?

August 20th, 2010

Published in Human Events August 20, 2010 Interestingly, there was a time–after Tehran’s mad extremist clerics came to power–that Middle East foes Iran and Israel found themselves sharing a rare common goal: the elimination of a regional nuclear weapons threat. Today, as Israel is down to its last option in preventing Iran from acquiring such

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Iran’s Dynamic Duo Dedicated to Global Destruction

August 13th, 2010

Published in Human Events August 13, 2010 An ominous declaration about America’s future was made in 1998, generating little media attention at the time. Three years later, only after the declarant made good on his promise, did America stand up and take notice. Similarly, a declaration occurring last month–forewarning us of even graver consequences–also received

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Beware the Iranian Military

June 30th, 2010

Published in Human Events June 30,2010 In an interview June 20, Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates noted that Iran’s government has been transitioning over the past 18 months into a military dictatorship. It is a transition that has occurred as the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) has gained power in Tehran under the sponsorship of

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Iran’s “Half-brained” View of Women

May 18th, 2010

Published in Human Events May 18, 2010 Just as one thought the United Nations had reached the nadir of ineptitude by failing to stop rogue states from acting contrary to the collective interests of humanity, the international body lowers the bar yet another notch.  On April 28, members of the UN’s Economic and Social Council

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Barbarian States Approaching Our Gates

May 3rd, 2010

Published in Human Events May 3, 2010. Throughout history, the rise of a great civilization has been met with a corresponding fall. Such civilizations normally die a slow death, coming by way of “a thousand cuts” inflicted over time, as former North Vietnamese General Vo Nguyen Giap once described his war of attrition strategy for

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Iran’s Brutality: Women and Children First

April 14th, 2010

Published in Human Events Wednesday, April 14, 2010 Following World War II, much was written about Western democracies ignoring the aggression of rogue states Germany and Japan—opting for appeasement—until such aggression could no longer be tolerated.  The question repeatedly asked is why warning signs went unheeded.  At some future time, historians of another generation will

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Iran’s Mullahs Play ‘Who Wants to be Millionaire?’

March 25th, 2010

Published in Human Events, 25 March 2010 Derived from Turkish and Persian, the word “mullah” means an educated Muslim, trained in Islamic laws and doctrine, usually serving as head of a mosque or holding an official post. The mullah’s role evolved as that of shepherd for Muslim flocks in need of guidance on how to

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The Road to Damascus Leads to Tehran

March 4th, 2010

Published in Human Events March 4, 2010 The photograph taken in Damascus last Thursday of 6’ 2” Syrian President Bashar Assad standing beside the visiting 5’ 2” Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad  conjured up memories of two characters from America’s first daily newspaper comic strip, “Mutt and Jeff.”   But there was nothing funny about these two

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What evil lurks within Ahmadinejad’s heart?

February 23rd, 2010

Published in The Daily Caller, February 23, 2010 Experiencing frustration in his efforts to resolve myriad foreign policy issues, President Barack Obama blames some failures on President Bush. As to Obama’s failed policy to derail the Iranian express train seeking to load a nuclear arms cargo, he may want to consider blaming the 18th century

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