The recent attack on UK author Salman Rushdie is a potent reminder that calls for religious violence can last decades.
On December 29, 2008 a Jundallah suicide bomber killed four people and wounded 12 in an attack in southeastern Iran.
On December 6, 2018 four policemen were killed and 42 other people were wounded in a suicide car bomb attack on a police headquarters in Iran’s southeast city of Chabahar.
On June 20, 2009 a suicide bomber exploded his device at the mausoleum to Ayatollah Khomeini killing two and wounding eight
On June 7, 2017 ISIS attacked the Iranian Parliament and the Ayatollah Khomeini mausoleum in Tehran, killing 18 and wounding another 52
The Iranian regime may be despicable for several very good reasons but that does not mean it is not the victim of terrorism too.
10 years ago, Canada dropped the Iranian group MEK from terror list.
Today is a bit of a departure, but just a bit: I want to talk about Iran. You know, that country in the Middle East which everyone thinks is public enemy #1!
If one nation decides to unilaterally take out another’s citizen what stops the desire for legitimate retribution?
Canada’s cyber security agency has named China, Russia, Iran and North Korea as the ‘greatest strategic threats’ to Canada’s infrastructure, property and elections.