Written by RSN
Written by Right Side News
July 8, 2008
Nimrod Raphaeli and Bianca Gersten*
An examination of Syrian-Iranian economic relations reveals that, beyond their propaganda value, these relations are of small benefit to Syria and of negligible benefit to Iran. The alliance between the two countries is driven first ...
Written by The Lekarev Report
July 7, 2008
The Lekarev Report
Under the intelligence cooperation agreement Iran and Syria signed secretly in Tehran on June 27, thousands of Syrian intelligence and police officers will receive special training in Iran. The document was signed at the end of an unpublicized five-day visit ...
Written by Dani Reshef
by Dani Reshef
In 1999 the total opium production of Afghanistan reached over 4,000 tons a year. The Islamic Taliban regime did a keen effort to crack down on drug dealers and sentenced many of them to death with immediate execution. Indeed in the last year of Taliban in power in ...
Written by MEMRI
July 3, 2008
By: Y. Mansharof and A. Savyon*
Despite confident pronouncements by Iranian leaders that the West will not dare to attack Iran's nuclear facilities,(1) the Iranian regime has, on orders from Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, been preparing for this eventuality by ...
Written by Stephen Brown
In a brazen attempt to stifle free speech in the West, a Jordanian court recently summoned twelve European citizens to answer criminal charges of blasphemy and inciting hatred. Among those sought by the ...
Written by Daniel Pipes
July 3, 2008
by Daniel Pipes
"Since 9/11, there have been over 2,300 arrests connected to Islamist terrorism in Europe in contrast to about 60 in the United States." Thus writes Marc Sageman in his influential new book, Leaderless Jihad: Terror Networks in the Twenty-First Century(University ...
Written by Memri
Written by NEFFA