Editor’s Note – Here are two recent articles that continue to show exactly what is really going on with Iran, and that sanctions are doing almost nothing to prevent their aims at nuclear arms. Lying is a constant asset to the Iranians – its called ‘takiyya’ and its about time the west started to understand this cultural aspect of Islam. Then here in the USA, a prominent Iranian who was always playing both sides of the coin is revealed fro the mole he always was – America must stop swallowing the bunk these people are peddling.
WASHINGTON (CBSDC) — A top Iranian official says they have misled the West about the Islamic country’s nuclear ambitions.
According to The Times of Israel, Fereydoon Abbasi-Davani, Iran’s vice president and the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, said in an interview that they gave foreign officials misleading facts in order to keep secret the technological advances made at nuclear sites.
“Sometimes we pretended to be weaker than we really were, and sometimes we showed strength that was not really in our hands,” Abbasi-Davani said, according to the Israeli paper. “We had no choice.”
He added in the interview with Al Hayat: “We sometimes [gave] false information to protect our nuclear sites and our earnings.”
The Iranian vice president explained that they wanted to show they really didn’t have the power to achieve their nuclear ambitions to foreign intelligence.
In the interview, Abbasi-Davani accused the U.S. of trying to isolate Iran from the rest of the world the same way officials did with Saddam Hussein’s regime in Iraq. He also said the U.S. has yet to conduct a military strike against Iran because they are unable to do so.
Nuclear talks between Iran and the European Union were put on hold until next week, according to Reuters.
European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton agreed to defer the talks until she meets with the U.S., Russia, Great Britain, Germany, France and China at the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
“We evaluated the common points and what we could do for further cooperation and future meetings,” Saeed Jalili, Iran’s chief nuclear negotiator, told Reuters.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is calling on President Obama to draw a “red line” on Iran, saying that the U.S. might need to take military action against Tehran to stop its nuclear program.
By Robert Spencer at Jihad Watch
Islamic supremacist Boy Reza Aslan is a Board member of the National Iranian American Council (NIAC); his Twitter tag line says: “Simultaneously an American spy working to bring down Iran and an Iranian agent working to bring down America.” Apparently only the second part is true. I have long warned that this arrogant clown was not the “moderate” he is assumed to be, and now that is incontrovertible.
“Iranian Regime Loses to Legal Project in Federal District Court,” by Sam Nunberg for the Legal Project, September 18:
PHILADELPHIA, September 14, 2012 – Federal District Court Judge John B. Bates for the District of Columbia yesterday granted summary judgment for Seid Hassan Daioleslam, editor of the English Iranian Lobby website “In Search of Truth: Reports on Mullahs’s lobby in US,” the defendant in a defamation suit brought by Trita Parsi and the National Iranian American Council (NIAC). Judge Bates also ordered sanctions against Parsi for failure to comply with the discovery phase of the litigation. The Legal Project coordinated and financed the defense of Mr. Dai; Sidley Austin LLP represented him pro bono.Trita Parsi sued Seid Hassan Daioleslam for defamation in April, 2008 after Mr. Dai’s investigative reporting exposed Parsi’s and NIAC’s deep and incontrovertible ties to high-level agents of the Iranian regime. The suit went through 53 months of litigation that included 24 months of discovery and over 30 court motions. These ultimately confirmed the accuracy of Mr. Dai’s investigative reports.
The case reached national prominence when Parsi’s e-mails (produced during discovery) not only confirmed his ties to the mullahs but also that he has delivered lectures to the CIA, briefed Secretary Hilary [sic] Clinton and visited the Obama White House starting in 2009. As recently as this past July, he was hosted by Senior Adviser to the President Valerie Jarrett.
“Judge Bates decision in favor of Seid Hassan Daioleslam is a victory for both the First Amendment and our national security,” said Sam Nunberg, director of the Legal Project. “Mr. Dai has been the victim of a predatory lawsuit simply because he exposed the direct connection between the Iranian Regime and NIAC. In light of the sanctions ordered against Parsi, this decision should also serve as a warning to all Islamists who seek to use our courts as a shield in order to intimidate researchers who work to expose them. I also would like to commend Sidley Austin LLP and specifically Mr. Timothy E. Kapshandy for his tireless effort in defending Mr. Daioleslam’s rights under the First Amendment.”… (Read the rest here.)