"I would simply ask them to explain the weakness in my logic. I don't think they'll find any."
U.S. Crippling Sanctions Against Iran, Part II: A National Anti-Sanction Movement by the Civil Society
The U.S. must pay attention to two bitter consequences of its sanctions: the collective punishment of the Iranian people and the destruction of their lives; and the rise of anti-Americanism among the Iranian people, and even those who oppose the Islamic Republic.
Most Iranians would obviously be strongly opposed to war and the tortoise-paced path to diplomacy with the U.S. is of less concern than living day-to-day in a stagnant economic climate, where food prices become more and more expensive and basic medical needs are not satisfied.
DUBAI, Oct 4 (Reuters) - Shops in Tehran's Grand Bazaar stayed shut and police patrolled the area on Thursday as authorities
Republicans should move to consistently bring the issue of Iran to center stage, as President Obama has absolutely nothing substantial to show for himself.