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Trump's Foreign Policy Regarding Iran Is Succeeding

By INU Staff

INU- Nearly a year after President Trump withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal, the Times’ Ben Hubbard reported, “Iran’s financial crisis, exacerbated by American sanctions, appears to be undermining its support for militant groups and political allies who bolster Iranian influence in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon and elsewhere.”

Khamenei-Led Enterprise Linked to Suspect in Corruption Case

By INU Staff

INU- In a financial corruption case that involves Iran's petrochemical industry, a shocking report alleges that the prime suspect has ties to a body under the sponsorship of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

Iran: Death commissioner responsible for extrajudicial executions set to become next head of judiciary

By INU Staff

INU- It appears that Ebrahim Raeesi may be the new head of the judiciary in Iran. This appointment would be an absolute disgrace to the country’s justice system considering his involvement in the 1988 massacre.

Former U.S. intelligence officer becomes spy for Iran

By INU Staff

INU-Monica Witt is a former U.S. intelligence officer that became a spy for Iran. She was an air force specialist who had served in Iraq. After attending a conference in Iran on the amorality of American culture, Witt converted to Islam.

As US Plans Summit on Iran, European and Middle Eastern Nations Choose Sides

By Edward Carney

On Friday, two days after US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo delivered a speech in Egypt aimed at shoring up opposition to Iranian influence in the region, the State Department announced that Pompeo would also be leading a global summit in Poland next month, with an emphasis on the Middle East and more specifically on Iran. Reuters quoted Pompeo as saying the meeting would “bring together dozens of countries from all around the world,” though he did not specify which nations, if any, had already agreed to attend.

Iran regime’s influence over some Western press,

By INU Staff

INU- In what the German Journalists’ Union DJU called “the biggest fraud scandal in journalism since the Hitler diaries”, the prestigious Der Spiegel magazine came under scrutiny by advocates of the free press after the deceit of its editor, Claas Relotius, was revealed.


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