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.
A Pakistani suicide bomber killed 43 people and wounded 150 in southeastern Iran in 2009.
Armin Navabi from Atheist Republic interviews CSIS analyst Phil Gurski on what is happening in Iran and how worried should we be about that nation.
The US has always blamed a terrorist group called Saudi Hizballah for the 1995 Al Khobar Towers attack but it could very well have been Al Qaeda.
An Iranian monarchist group was behind a bombing at a mosque in Shiraz in 2008 that killed 12 and wounded 200
Just because a government decides to ‘de-list’ a terrorist group does not mean it no longer is one.
Have a listen to me chatting with Twitch streamer Destiny on a broad range of topics all tied to terrorism (Iran, Israel-Palestine, and many more!)
Reports that the Somali terrorist group Al Shabaab may be in a ‘tactical alliance’ with Iran are an extraordinary claim and such require extraordinary evidence.