Browsing All Posts filed under »Mahmoud Ahmadinejad«

Former Iran President Ahmadinejad Urges Iranians to ‘Raise the Flag of Martyrs Over the White House’

April 3, 2014 by


Iran is enjoying the fruit of Obama’s sanction. Whereas before the US approval of their nuclear weapons program in Geneva, their genocidal threats were directed at “fair game” — the Jews — now that that Obama has “surrendered,” and believe me, that is exactly how they see it, all bets are off. They feel free […]

The Iranian Countdown

February 27, 2012 by


By Alan Caruba ~ How many times does Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and its president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, have to publicly and loudly say that they intend to “wipe Israel off the map” and otherwise annihilate its Jewish population before the world takes seriously the murderous intent of Iran? How many negotiations between United […]

What if Iran Really is Suicidal Enough to Attack Israel?

January 9, 2012 by


By Gregory D. Lee Last Monday, Iran ended its 10-day naval maneuvers in the Persian Gulf and the Straits of Hormuz, but it might be the beginning of a shooting war with the United States. Before the maneuvers began, the U.S. Navy sailed the U.S.S. Stennis, a Nimitz class aircraft carrier, out of the Gulf, […]

Iraqi Journalist’s Death Sends a Warning “To Whomever Listens”

September 26, 2011 by


By Lt. Colonel James Zumwalt, USMC (ret) Hadi al-Mahdi, who was shot dead on September 8th. He was home alone. According to the ominous entry on his Facebook page reporting his life was in danger, it was approximately 2:30 pm. He was right—he had but minutes to live. An Iraqi journalist,  Hadi al-Mahdi hosted a three-day-a-week radio program—“To […]

Negotiating with Hostage Takers and Murderers

September 26, 2011 by


By Alan Caruba We’re all happy to see the return of Americans, Shane Bauer and Joshua Fattal after two years captivity in Iran. While hiking in the Kurdish region of Iraq, they, along with Sarah Shourd, were captured by soldiers at gunpoint, detained, tried, and imprisoned for espionage. Ms. Shourd was released a year ago. […]

Will Iran’s Mullahs Use the Bomb?

June 5, 2011 by


By Amil Imani There is so much smoke around the Iranian Mullahs’ bomb that makes Tehran’s smog feel like a fresh ocean breeze, by comparison. Here is a partial list of views about the Mullahs, their capabilities and intentions about the bomb affair. The Mullahs: * Will never dare to use the bomb, even if […]

Iranians Are Friends of the Jews

May 26, 2011 by


By Amil Imani Is there anyone left in the world that does not know the president of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, hates the Jews? His welcoming of representatives of an extremist branch of Orthodox Judaism to his conference denying the Holocaust reminded us of the Nazis’ use of some Jewish community leaders […]

When Presidents Get Idealistic in the Middle East

January 30, 2011 by


George W. Bush’s speeches during his primary run and then as the nominee show us a man very focused on domestic issues. When it comes to foreign policy some of his initiatives were to be ending the idea of nation building and getting out of Bosnia and Kosovo…why because President Clinton had US forces there […]

John Kennedy Would Be a Conservative Today

November 11, 2010 by


By Burt Prelutsky I harbor no doubts that Kennedy would have joined me here on the right if he had lived. Liberals will read that sentence and conclude that if it’s true, it’s only because he would be 93 years old, and they would attribute it to dementia. But Kennedy, unlike, say, Hubert Humphrey wasn’t […]

Voters Are Distracted In A Dangerous World

October 29, 2010 by


By Alan Caruba It is natural that Americans would be focused on the November 2nd elections, but it is worrisome that they are also distracted from a world that grows more volatile and dangerous by the day. Just across the southern border, Mexico is disintegrating into anarchy with mass murders occurring all the time. The […]

His Reputation

October 11, 2010 by


A Dry Bones Cartoon The story as reported by the Teheran Times: Obama’s Response Was Amateurish:TEHRAN – “Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says U.S. President Barack Obama’s response to his comments about the 9/11 incidents was amateurish. Ahmadinejad had said that most people believe the U.S. government was behind the 9/11 attacks. In an interview with […]

Computer Worm

October 4, 2010 by


A Dry Bones Cartoon The story as reported by Technology Blog Red Herring: New, Super Virus Worms through Iran Government DatabasesHow much havoc can a super computer virus wreck on Iran’s data centers, and how much damage will it leave in its wake? “Iran has confirmed that at least 30,000 computers have been infected by […]

Is Ahmadinejad Looking For A Fight Or Running

September 23, 2010 by


By Alan Caruba The only thing we know for sure about Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the president of Iran, is that he lies about everything. In that regard, he may not be that much different from other world leaders for whom lying is almost a requirement for the job. Only international law keeps the United States from […]

Iranian Hostage-Taking Is Old News And That’s The Problem

September 16, 2010 by


By Alan Caruba Am I the only one who thinks it is absolutely bizarre that America, Great Britain, and the rest of the world views the Islamic Republic of Iran’s history of hostage-taking as just another problem to be dealt with by diplomats? Kidnapping is one of the worst crimes committed in any society, but […]

Peace: The Invention That Doesn’t Work

September 12, 2010 by


By William R. Hawkins The eminent historian Sir Michael Howard opened his brilliant essay “The Invention of Peace (Yale University Press, 2001) with a quote from the 19th  century conservative thinker Henry Maine, “War appears to be as old as mankind, but peace is a modern invention.” Maine was well positioned to make this observation. […]

The Latest Outrage Against Arizona And America

September 4, 2010 by


When a state’s attempts to enforce federal laws are said to have breached of the human rights of illegal aliens, it shows how far U.S. justice has been turned upside down. By Christopher Adamo As freedom and individuality are crushed throughout the Middle East under the weight of Sharia law, Barack Obama opts to bow […]

Iranian President Ahmadinejad Ridicules UN Sanctions – Video

September 3, 2010 by

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The Muddle East

August 25, 2010 by


By Alan Caruba For a long time the world’s attention to an increasing degree was on Vietnam. A war was fought there from 1954 until 1975, but the U.S. didn’t get seriously involved until August 7, 1964 with the Gulf of Tonkin incident and the arrival of the first combat troops in March 1965. It […]

A New Deadline For War With Iran

August 17, 2010 by


By Alan Caruba The world has a new deadline for war. It is August 21, 2010 when the Russians activate Iran’s first nuclear reactor by loading fuel. Both the Russians and the Iranian regime have concluded that President Obama is weak and they have plenty of reason to think this. They have taken his measure […]

“The Three Terrors” + Full Tribal Update – 2 Videos

June 26, 2010 by


Ahmedido Domingo (aka Ahmadinejad), Erdogano Pavarotti (aka Erdogan) and Assad Carreras (aka Bashar Assad) singing about the benefits of terrorism. — Based on Funiculi Funicula If you have problems playing please click on this link:   “The Three Terrors” View the entire Tribal Update Video below the following text. Full Text: Based on Funiculi Funicula […]

Airstrikes On Iran?

June 15, 2010 by


From The Editor at Family Security Matters. An article that appeared this weekend on the Fox News website has raised a few eyebrows. Originally produced by the London Times, the article suggests that Saudi Arabia, with the knowledge of the US State Department, has made arrangements for a channel of airspace above its territory to […]

Awaiting Armageddon: Iran Versus The World

June 13, 2010 by


By Alan Caruba. I do not know what it is about Islam and liberalism that causes both to turn logic and truth on its head, but we have been witnessing it in different ways in recent days. First there was the “humanitarian” flotilla running the Israeli blockade of Gaza and then there was the appalling […]

Israel’s Next War Begins

June 1, 2010 by


By Alan Caruba As this is being written, the news is about an Israeli effort to interdict a “humanitarian” flotilla of ships that refused to dock at its port of Ashdod to have its passengers and cargo checked. When Israeli troops boarded a Turkish ship in international waters on Sunday they were met with violent […]

Memories of Munich, Threats from Tehran

May 24, 2010 by


By Alan Caruba By 1938, Hitler had already made plans for the conquest of Europe or at least the parts he could not get without firing a shot. He had annexed Austria earlier that year. In Munich, Czechoslovakia’s Sudetenland was handed over to Germany by England, France, and Italy. The Czechs were not invited to […]