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Shouting match diplomacy
Erratic U.S. foreign policy
July 31, 2007

Second time it’s a farce
U.S. support for terrorism in Iran
April 10, 2007

Unjust war
Scapegoating Iran for failurre in Iraq
February 2, 2007

Spreading a sheer fallacy
Portraying Iran as a threat and the duplicity of the UN Security Council
January 12, 2007

Addicted to war
President Bush has reverted to discredited rhetoric of the days immediately after 9/11. Isn't this pathetic?
November 30, 2006

Bullying Beirut
U.S. threatens Lebanon's soverignty
November 12, 2006

Who appeases whom?
The ridiculous premise of the neo-cons is that Iran has acquired the scientific, industrial and human capabilities of Germany right before WWII!
October 3, 2006

A bodyguard of lies
U.S. pretexts for war against Iran
September 29, 2006

Closing ranks
The Non-Aligned Movement has been an organization of, more or less, deprived nations of the planet
September 18, 2006

Sanctions as a form of war
Stop sanctions and war against Iran
August 29, 2006

Fabricating terror
A plot in Britain
August 29, 2006

True causes
... of War in the Middle East
August 15, 2006

Nuclear set-up
U.S.-E.U. conspire against Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty
March 3, 2006

Ardeshir Ommani, an activist in the anti-war and anti-imperialist struggle for over 40 years, including against the Vietnam War. Ardeshir is a co-founder of the American-Iranian Friendship Committee (AIFC), where news of his most recent visit to Iran in March & April 2006 can be read. He helped launch the successful campaign. He has written a number of articles documenting the U.S. foreign policy toward Iran. He has translated many articles into Farsi, which have been published inside Iran in the progressive press. In the 1960's, he was a co-founder of the Iranian Students Association (ISA), which contributed to the struggle against the Shah of Iran, a U.S. puppet. Mr. Ommani returned to Iran in 1979, at the dawn of the revolution and participated in the revolutionary surge of that period. Since returning to the U.S. in 1980, he has been very active in the anti-war movement and in the struggle against the U.S. war and occupation of Iraq. Top

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