If Marxists were the greatest threat to mankind in the 20th century when they slaughtered nearly 110 million people, postmodernists constitute the greatest threat of the 21st century in terms of development, prosperity, peace, and freedom. They sow seeds of hatred to reap blood
It’s important to remember there’s a huge disconnect between the Ayatollah and his henchmen who rule the country, and the Iranian people. Reza Pahlavi, the son of the late Shah of Iran, has been an outspoken proponent of a democratic Iran.
A look back at Mike Pompeo’s speech last year, shortly after he was appointed secretary of state, would suffice to show that US policy toward Tehran is no longer just that of a change in behavior. The issue, in America’s eyes, lies with the system itself
Dr. Hooshang Amirahmadi,once at the forefront of the Iranian regime lobby, attended the anti-NIAC rally. His presence generated a considerable degree of controversy. Many attendees were puzzled by Dr. Amirahmadi’s presence at the rally, and some were outraged. The Apadana Chronicle requested an interview with Dr. Amirahmadi in order to clarify and address questions that Iranian dissidents may have about him and the reason he was at the rally.
Masquerading as a “dissident” and prisoner of conscience, the scrupulous Akbar Ganji moves through various strata of the Iranian diaspora selling the mullahs’ snake oil.
No one wants an all-out war with Iran. Americans have no interest in invading and occupying another Muslim country — least of all Iran. Its rich culture and sophisticated populace provide grounds for hope that we can have cordial relations with Iran in the future. But the current impediment to cordial relations, and the reason nuclear weapons would be intolerable, is the regime. It is one of the world’s most despicable governments, and it is incorrigibly anti-American.
By the Apadana Chronicle Editorial Team In the aftermath of last Friday’s Washington DC rally in protest of the National Iranian American Council, two of the organization’s representatives appeared on Persian-language media, making false claims about the organizers and the attendees. In an interview with Iran International network, NIAC’s Communications Director, Mana Mostatabi claimed that the … Continue reading NIAC’s Fraudulent Claims in the Aftermath of the Rally Further Justify the Protest