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Iran remains our biggest threat

Linda Chavez

CITIZEN-TIMS- The agreement this month between the governments of Iraq and Iran to enter a formal relationship to fight the Islamic State group should be deeply troubling to the United States. The Islamic State, also known as ISIS, is a grave threat to the region and is responsible for the horrifying beheading of American journalists and an aid worker, as well as the brutal slaughter of countless innocent Muslims and Christians in Syria and Iraq. But as grave a threat as the Islamic State is, Iran is a much greater threat -- especially if it acquires nuclear weapons.

Two Views of Iran’s Staying Power in Syria

By INU staff

INU- Two articles on Friday presented two contrasting but not necessarily contradictory perceptions of the future of Iran’s relationship with the Assad regime in Syria. During the now four year-long Syrian Civil War, Assad was once considered to be on the brink of deposal, but has since regained a measure of security thanks to unending support from Tehran, including shipments of weapons, equipment, and fighters.

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