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Losing Rights

There are some rights that are considered immutable, granted to human beings everywhere, while other rights are granted by a country’s laws or local society. But individuals and countries can lose those rights if they are deemed threats to society. 1,078 more words


Iranian Convicted of Being Spy in UAE Gets 10-Year Sentence


AUG. 10, 2017, 7:09 A.M. E.D.T.

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — An Iranian convicted of being a spy in the United Arab Emirates and trying to smuggle equipment for the Islamic Republic’s  115 more words

Remembering the Terrible First Obama-Netanyahu Meeting

On May 18, 2009, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu came to Washington, D.C. to meet the new president of the United States, Barack Obama. It was the beginning of a terrible friendship. 410 more words


Iran Missile Test A Threat?

This past Sunday the Islamic Republic of Iran went ahead and tested a medium rand ballistic missile prompting quick responses from the new administration in the United States. 701 more words

Obama allows Iran sanctions renewal without signing bill

© AFP | US President Barack Obama symbolically let slide a midnight deadline to sign a bill renewing sanctions against Iran, meaning it will automatically become law… 399 more words

Sanctions renewal shows US still 'enemy'-- Iran's Rouhani says


© Iranian Presidency/AFP/File | Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has faced a barrage of criticism from conservatives who say his team made too many concessions in the nuclear deal for minimal economic gain… 713 more words

Buckets of Deplorable Presidential Endorsements

Hillary Clinton, the Democratic candidate for president has sought to portray her Republican challenger Donald Trump as a racist, and those that support him as racists. 655 more words