From Lockerbie to 9/11: Iran is Let Off the Hook


By the following summer of 1989, the British and Scottish investigators were ready to issue arrest warrants for fifteen PFLP-GC members they had identified as connected with the attack. According to investigators De Grazia and Thompson, the case was for all intents and purposes solved; all involved with it (including American, British, German, and More...

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By bmcsr On Sunday, March 30th, 2014

Lockerbie bombing ‘was work of Iran, not Libya’ says former spy

The Lockerbie bombing was ordered by Iran and carried out by a Syrian-based terrorist group, a former Iranian intelligence officer has admitted. Abolghassem Mesbahi, a defector to Germany, said Pan Am flight 103 More...
By bmcsr On Friday, March 28th, 2014

Poor leadership at key diplomatic post in Bahrain, State Department watchdog warns

U.S. Ambassador to Bahrain Thomas C. Krajeski has engaged in a “seat of the pants” leadership style that has left his employees to fend for themselves and has damaged Washington’s reputation in the Arabian More...

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By bmcsr On Monday, March 24th, 2014

Qatar Leaves Kuwait And Turns To Obama For The Gulf Crisis

Hamad bin Ali al-Attiyah, The Qatari Minister of State for Defence Affairs, is leaving for Washington to discuss the situation in Qatar with US Secretary of State John Kerry, an American Foreign Ministry source More...

By bmcsr On Sunday, March 23rd, 2014

It’s Erdogan vs. Twitter

“I don’t care what the international community will say,” Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said to his opponents over his decision to block Twitter. No leader has done it since former Egyptian leader More...

By bmcsr On Friday, October 18th, 2013

Twitter & CNNireport: Saudi Arabia Takes A Brave Stand Against The International Community

Saudi Arabia, in an unprecedented show of anger at the failure of the international community to end the war in Syria and act on other Middle East issues, said on Friday it would not take up its seat on the United More...

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By bmcsr On Tuesday, June 18th, 2013

The intra-Arab relations after the Arab Spring

Since the eruption of the Arab revolutions in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Yemen, and Syria for instance, many questions were raised about the overall political scene and the inter-Arab relations, and if this movement More...

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By bmcsr On Sunday, May 5th, 2013

One Hundred Years of Middle Eastern Oil

Oil was found at Masjed Soleyman in southwestern Iran on May 26, 1908, and three years later was piped down to a newly built refinery at Abadan on the Iranian side of the Shatt al- rab, not many miles below Basra.1 More...

By bmcsr On Thursday, November 22nd, 2012

Iran and the Arab Spring

  “The events of the Arab Spring, it has been argued, have their precursors in Iran. Yet the proponents of such a view are split over which Iran it is that serves as the inspiration for events in Tunisia, More...