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How Iran Attempts to Cloak Its Oil Exports

Via JPost: Oil tankers departing from Iran have been “cloaking” their movements by turning off their global transponders, says Samir Madani who co-founded TankerTrackers with Lisa Ward. Many tankers connected to the National Iranian Tanker Company have been spotted going into port but not coming out, Madani says. “Then you look at the export terminal… Keep Reading

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Iran Tests ‘New Weapon’

The Muslim War Machine raises the ante. From Fox News: Iran tested a new weapon for use at sea and says it can “easily” close a major oil passageway, the chief of the country’s elite Revolutionary Guards was quoted Monday as saying by the official IRNA news agency. The commander, Gen. Mohammad Ali Jafari, claimed… Keep Reading

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Iran Becomes Member of Durban II Inner Drafting Circle

EYEontheUN reports that Iran has become a member of the “Group of Friends of the Chair”, an informal group of states charged with taking the first steps towards producing a Durban II manifesto. Anne Bayefsky, Editor of EYEontheUN says: “the travesty of Durban II as a vehicle for getting serious about combating racism is more… Keep Reading

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German-Iranian Gas Deal Criticized

Germany once again rears its ugly head and assists in cultivating a Jew-hating regime. This is not to be believed, from German-Iranian Gas Deal Criticized: The Simon Wiesenthal Center on Wednesday urged Chancellor Angela Merkel to block a $156 million deal between Germany’s Steiner and the Iranian government to build three gas liquefaction facilities, saying… Keep Reading

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Iran Ordered to Pay $12 Million for 1991 Assassination in France

From Iran Ordered to Pay $12 Million for 1991 Assassination in France: A federal judge in Washington is ordering Iran to pay $12 million for the emotional distress incurred by the wife of a prominent Iranian dissident assassinated in France in an operation investigators there blamed on the Iranian government. Judge Henry Kennedy ordered the… Keep Reading

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