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Phil Valentine Show

Wednesday, March 19th, 2014

Phil Valentine Show

The threat of beheading the Western leaders by the Ayatollah, the Iran nuclear negotiations and how the confrontation over Crimea might help the mullahs.

March 18, 2014

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The John Batchelor Show

Tuesday, March 18th, 2014

The John Batchelor Show

Reza Kahlili, author, A Time to Betray, in re: Leading Iranian ayatollah: Islamic messiah ‘will behead Western leaders’, the nuclear negotiations in Geneva and the clerical regime’s relations with Russia.

March 17, 2014

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Phil Valentine Show

Saturday, March 8th, 2014

Phil Valentine Show

Iranian president, regime officials threaten ‘defensive’ missile attacks against West, the revolutionary guards boasts about capability to attack US Navy assets in the Persian Gulf.

March 05, 2014

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The John Batchelor Show

Saturday, March 8th, 2014

The John Batchelor Show

Reza Kahlili, Daily Caller and author, A Time to Betray, in re: VIDEO: Iranian drone buzzes U.S. aircraft carrier in Persian Gulf  US supercarrier.  IRGC news issuance on this: boasted regime’s capability to monitor US naval vessels or attack any one at any time .

March 03, 2014

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Senior Military Commander Mocks Obama’s Statements on Iran

Tuesday, March 4th, 2014


According to Fars News Agency, the media outlet run by the revolutionary guards of the Islamic Republic, the regime’s senior military commander mocked the U.S. president for his remarks of “all option are on the table” in regard to the Islamic regime’s nuclear program.

Deputy Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces for Cultural Affairs and Defense Publicity Brigadier General Massoud Jazzayeri called the recent statements of US President Barack Obama on Iran as “the joke of the year”, and warned Washington to be watchful of its words and actions when dealing with Iran or wait for “hell”.

President Obama told Bloomberg news network a few days ago that 95 percent of the sanctions will remain in place during the course of negotiations between Iran and six world powers (the US, Russia, France, China and Britain plus Germany) over Tehran’s nuclear energy program. “We’re going to enforce them, and we’ve been enforcing them during the course of these discussions.”

In response, General Jazzayeri said on Tuesday, “The low-IQ US president and his country’s Secretary of State John Kerry speak of the effectiveness of ‘the US options on the table’ on Iran while this phrase is mocked at and has become a joke among the Iranian nation, specially the children.”

He reiterated that all US forces in the region are within the reach of Iran’s military power and “if they err, the region will be turned into a hell for them”.

General Jazzayeri pointed to Obama’s recent statements about the number of the US troops in the region, and said, “Obama’s statements about the number of the US troops in the region and the extent of their influence are completely inexpert remarks far from the reality, and these statements can be used as the joke of the year.”

The senior Iranian military commander asked the American people to cast doubt over the statements of their statesmen, saying “if they contemplate a little, they will come to realize how false many of their words are”.

Following Obama’s remarks, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham cautioned that Washington is trying to negatively influence the Iran-world powers progressive talks.

“One part of the remarks made by the US president is in contradiction to the principles of the international law and against the spirit of diplomatic negotiations meant to prevent unconstructive slogans and resorting to threats,” Afkham said on Monday evening.

She explained that another part of President Obama’s remarks results from delusions about Iran’s intentions regarding its presence in diplomatic talks.

Fars News Agency also published a political cartoon on Tuesday mocking the US president, calling it: “All Options on Table.” This Time for Russia.”


A Time To Betray, the exhilarating, award-winning memoir of a secret double life reveals the heart-wrenching story of a man who spied for the American government in the ranks of the notorious Revolutionary Guards of Iran, risking everything to reveal the truth about the Islamic regime by betraying his homeland in order to save it.


Breathing Life with Gary Howell

Sunday, March 2nd, 2014

Breathing Life with Gary Howell

KXXT 1010 AM

A detailed discussion on Iran, its people, the Islamic regime and its goals for the region and the world. Also discussing my story as a CIA spy in the revolutionary Guards.

March 01, 2014

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In the name of peace: How Ploughshares funds an Iranian agent and terrorist suspect

Sunday, February 23rd, 2014


Iranian American Forum

Ploughshares has granted millions of dollars to individuals and organizations that lobby for friendlier policy with Iran. Most shocking case is Mousavian, former Iranian ambassador to Germany at a time when his embassy was the supporting and liaison headquarter for Iranian terror squads that hunted and killed opposition leaders in Europe. Since 2009, Moussavian lives in US and lobbies for Iranian regime


On February 25, the Federal Bar Association is hosting an event to honor a German judge and a prosecutor who had the courage to prosecute the Iranian terrorist agents who assassinated Iranian Kurdish leaders in Mykonos restaurant in Berlin in 1992.

The proceedings lasted over three years and finally, in April 1997, Berlin’s High Criminal Court convicted four individuals—and more significantly—explicitly found the murders were ordered at the highest levels of government in Tehran. The proceedings showed direct link between the terrorist and the Iranian embassy in Bonn. The ambassador was Hossein Mousavian.

A month later, the so-called reformist Mohammad Khatami became President in Iran and the grievances between Iran and EU including the Iranian terrorism on European soil were shelved. Mousavian returned to Tehran and continued his distinguished career at the Head of the Foreign Relations Committee of Iran’s National Security Council, a body that supervised terrorist activities abroad.

Mousavian was admitted to the US in 2009 as a scholar at Princeton University and since then, he has been financed byPloughshares Fund and has been lobbying in favor or Iranian regime and working closely with former and current high ranking US officials who favor engagement and friendship with Iranian regime. Mousavian has participated in tens of conferences, published numerous articles and a book. All these activities were entirely in favor of Tehran and they were all financed by US foundations (including Ploughshare) that allegedly seek peace and progress around the globe.

Mousavian was recently in Tehran where he gave several interviews and complained that the regime’s lobby in the US is not satisfactory and the government should dedicate more resources to influence US Congress members.

But the Mousavian case isn’t unique as the foundation supports many other individuals and organizations that lobby in favor of Iranian regime.

One of its principal grantees is the National Iranian American Council (NIAC), a Washington-based lobby organization that the government press in Tehran calls the “Iran lobby in US.” NIAC has been granted hundreds of thousands of dollar during the past several years.

In 2008 NIAC and its president Trita Parsi brought a defamation lawsuit against one of its critics to break him under financial burdens of the lawsuit and as a result, silence all other critics. The lawsuit obliged NIAC to release part of its internal documents that revealed the organization’s toes to Tehran and some of its illicit activities.

On September 13, 2012 U.S. District Judge John Bates dismissed the lawsuit and in a second ruling, sanctioned NIAC and Trita Parsi for discovery abuses including false declaration to the court and ordered them to pay $184000 for defendant’s legal expenses. (Read MoreNIAC lost defamation lawsuit and was punished for legal abuses)

Some of these documents show that NIAC defrauded IRS, lied to the court, defrauded NED Congressional funds, coordinated its lobby with Iranian ambassador to the UN and collaborated with two individuals named by US Congressional report as the agents of the Iranian intelligence ministry.

Court documents also show that in 2002-2003, while president of NIAC, Parsi profited from his presence inside Congress and his close relationship with Congressman Bob Ney to prepare reports about the latest developments regarding Iran and sent these reports to Atieh Company in Tehran. Atieh paid Trita Parsi for his work. Parsi continued to send reports about his lobby activities to Atieh director in Tehran. (Read more: “NIAC’s partners in Iran: Iran’s economic mafia and regime associates”)

Part of Ploughshares’ grants to Hossein Mousavian

Mousavian, S.H.

Princeton, NJ

Description Date $Amount
To support expert analysis and policy guidance related to U.S. policy and Iran’s nuclear program. 08/18/2010 $15,000

Princeton University

Princeton, NJ

Description Date $Amount
To support Ambassador S. Hossein Mousavian’s expert analysis, policy recommendations and media work related to reducing tensions between the U.S., the international community and Iran. 06/03/2012 $65,000
To support research, analysis and policy advocacy on U.S. policy options toward Iran and provide information and analysis to the nongovernmental community. 11/17/2010 $50,000


Some of Ploughshares’ grants to NIAC:

National Iranian American Council

Washington, DC

Description Date $Amount
To support media and advocacy work to shape the debate among policymakers and in the media on credible, non-military approaches to resolving the impasse over Iran’s nuclear program. 11/02/2011 $125,000
To shape public discourse about the pending removal (delisting) of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) organization from the State Department’s list of terrorist organizations in order to prevent war with Iran. 07/19/2011 $8,500
For a renewed effort through advocacy, media and education activities to shape the debate among policymakers and in the media on credible, non-military approaches to resolving the nuclear impasse with Iran. 11/17/2010 $100,000
To support advocacy and media outreach aimed at finding a peaceful solution to the Iranian nuclear dilemma. 07/12/2010 $25,000
To support efforts to educate members and staffers on Capitol Hill on U.S.-Iran delegations with the aim of promoting a diplomatic solution to Iran’s nuclear program. 06/08/2009 $70,000
To support the production and dissemination of policy briefs and in-depth reports, media briefings, conferences on Capitol Hill and informal contacts with members of Congress. 01/28/2008 $60,000
To support U.S.-Iran media project 10/03/2007 $15,000
To support the production and dissemination of policy briefs and in-depth reports, media briefings, conferences on Capitol Hill aimed at providing Washington’s policy circles with independent analysis of Iran-U.S. relations. 02/05/2007 $35,000
To support efforts to develop its role as a key source of information and provide analysis of developments in the U.S.-Iran conflict. 07/19/2006 $15,000


Sunday, February 23rd, 2014


Discussion on the nuclear negotiations in Geneva, the agenda of the radical mullahs ruling Iran and how to help Iranians with their aspirations for freedom.

WVOX 1460 AM – New York

February 22, 2014

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The John Batchelor Show

Wednesday, February 19th, 2014

The John Batchelor Show

Reza Kahlili, author, A Time to Betray, in re: Iranian official: US has accepted country’s nuclear enrichment The Iranian Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said Feb. 17 that negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program will lead nowhere, Al Arabiya reported. Khamenei said that he does not oppose resuming negotiations with world powers, adding that the work started by Iran’s Foreign Ministry will continue and Iran will stick to its commitments. While there will be disruptions along the way, Iran’s normalization of relations with the West is unlikely to derail, since both sides need it.

February 18, 2014

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Stuck on Death Row in Iran? Memorize the Quran and Earn Your Freedom

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

Four Iranian criminals are hanged in public in the southern city of Shiraz, 950 kms (590 miles) south of Tehran, 05 September 2007. Iran executed today 21 criminals in a single day, the latest of a growing number of executions in a crackdown which officials say is aimed at improving security in society. AFP PHOTO/STR (Photo credit should read -/AFP/Getty Images)


AUTHOR: Eric Eyges

POSTED:Feb 17, 2014 11:04 EST

Iran just let 15 death row prisoners go free because they were able to memorize the Quran.

If ever there were a time to find your way off death row in Iran, it’s right now. Judicial executions have sped up dramatically under President Hassan Rouhani. Despite his outwardly friendly appearance, he seems particularly fond of sending his citizens to the gallows. But if you’re a death row convict in the Islamic Republic, a little rote learning could be your path to freedom, because Iranian prisoners are seeing their sentences commuted, or even earning their release, by memorizing and reciting holy text.

According to Reza Sadeghi, head of Isfahan Province Endowments and Charities, 16 death row prisoners held in Central Isfahan Prison—five women and 11 men—were pardoned after they successfully memorized the Quran. Of those pardoned, 15 were released entirely, and one prisoner had his death sentence reduced to 15 years imprisonment.

Effectively, this is time off for good behavior, and entirely discretionary. At present, the policy of Quranic reprieve is more de facto than de jure; there is no law on the books in Iran specifying sentence reduction for memorizing the Quran. In reality, the decision on who among the hufaaz(a term used by modern Muslims for those who’ve memorized the entire Quran) receives a pardon may depend on a variety of factors, namely the nature of the crime and the political will of the authorities. For example, convicted rapists and political saboteurs probably have less chance of gaining their freedom than burglars or even murderers whose crimes involved no distinct political motive. According to the International Federation for Human Rights, the following crimes are punishable by death in Iran: murder, rape, child molestation, sodomy, drug trafficking, armed robbery, kidnapping, terrorism and treason…

Read full article: Stuck on Death Row in Iran? Memorize the Quran and Earn Your Freedom

The John Batchelor Show

Thursday, February 13th, 2014

The John Batchelor Show

Reza Kahlili, author, A Time to Betray, in re: The Daily Caller, Iranian naval admiral: ‘If needed, we can move to within three miles of New York’KAHLILI: Iranian missiles could soon reach U.S. shores. No Parchin access. Iran agreed to seven “practical steps” in talks with the International Atomic Energy Agency that sought to further safeguards and transparency in the Iranian nuclear program, an Iranian nuclear official said Feb. 9, AFP reported. The steps do not include granting the IAEA access to Iran’s Parchin military site, where the agency believes experiments relating to the development of nuclear weapons took place.

February 10, 2014

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The John Batchelor Show

Friday, February 7th, 2014

The John Batchelor Show

Reza Kahlili, author, A Time to Betray, in re: Guard commander making threats against the U.S., Iran’s Former Top Nuclear Negotiator: Tehran Will Never Dismantle Any Centrifuges “American Security and the Iranian Bomb: Analyzing Threats at Home and Abroad.” An important event on EMP (electromagnetic pulse) warfare, to which the US is extremely susceptible.

February 05, 2014

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