By Ali Safavi
The agreement on a framework of political understanding between the P5+1 and the Iranian regime which the Western powers contend will stop Tehran from acquiring nuclear weapons hinges on one critical but hardly-mentioned parameter: the International Atomic Energy Agency’s probe into the possible military dimensions (PMD) of Iran’s nuclear program and unfettered access to, and snap inspection of, all suspect sites, military or otherwise.
By Melissa Clyne
Whether or not reports that Iran has a ballistic missile on a launch pad outside Tehran are accurate, the country has missiles with a range of 1,800 miles that can easily reach the southern shores of Europe, making the regime a world threat, according to Iranian Resistance Movement member Ali Safavi, who on Monday appeared on Newsmax TV’s “America’s Forum” with conservative talk show host Jack Burkman.
By Ali Safavi
There is no denying that the threat from the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (IS) is escalating. Meanwhile, relations with Iran are deteriorating once again. With less than two months until the extended deadline for nuclear negotiations, the Iranian position has become more hardened and unreasonable. Regime officials, including the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, have been unrestrained in their rhetorical jabs at the West, even going so far as to irrationally accuse the U.S. and Arab states of creating the Islamic State.
By Bret Baier & Eric Shawn
Iran’s president says a deal with the West over his country’s nuclear program is possible before the November deadline. But senior correspondent Eric Shawn tells us from the United Nations, Iran’s relationship between the US and its allies remains adversarial.
Political Opponent Hanged for backing Opposition Group
By Eric Shawn, Adam Shaw, & Associated Press