In Search of Truth
Reports on Mullahs's lobby in US
Editor: Hassan Daioleslam

Monday 29 May 2017



Zarif says Iran can defeat US and Israel   Hassan Daioleslam

Reformists disillusioned with Rouhani   Hassan Daioleslam

Iran's second foreign minister   Hassan Daioleslam

Javad Zarif's work plan   Hassan Daioleslam

Al-Monitor, a pro-Tehran website in Washington.   Hassan Daioleslam

Iranian terrorism and Tehran apologists   Hassan Daioleslam

Iranian regime's report projects more lobby in US and support to anti-war groups   Hassan Dai

Tehran lobby's dilemma: how to explain away Mullahs's new threat to annihilate Israel   Hassan Dai

How to make lots of money in Iran   Hassan Dai

Wilson Center's Iranian business   Hassan Dai

itzpatrick and Parsi in UK parliament, an expert and a lobbyist   Hassan Dai

Esteemed Gary Samore leaves Obama administration   Hassan Dai

Chasing David Albright   Hassan Dai

Gary Sick and Iranian regime, a case study   Hassan Dai

Could they trick Obama on Iran?   Hassan Dai

Pentagon Report on Iranian Intelligence agents Who Collaborated with NIAC   Hassan Dai

Trita Parsi's "anti war" business   Hassan Dai

The "Iran lobby" writes to Obama   Hassan Dai

NIAC Lost Defamation Case and Sanctioned for Discovery Abuses   Hassan Dai

Fareed Zakaria in wonderland   Hassan Dai

Appeasement with Iran more harmful than terrorist plot   Hassan Dai

State Department: The Side Kick in the NIAC show   Hassan Dai

Thieves are welcome   Hassan Dai

Trita Parsi and the Iranian Revolutionary Guards: Coordination or Competition?   Hassan Dai

How the Iranian regime profited from 9/11   Hassan Dai

Mullahs bomb versus my American toothpaste   Hassan Dai

US should apply the Syrian sanctions to Iranian regime's leaders   Hassan Dai

How to pale Ahmadinejad's anti-Semitism? Ask NIAC director   Hassan Dai

Marketing the Iranian regime's hostage taking   Hassan Dai

Iran analysts or pro-Tehran advocates?   Hassan Dai

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The "Iran lobby" writes to Obama

[JOURNAL]  [25 Dec 2012]  
Hassan Dai
Source: [www.iranianlobby.com] 


On December 20, a group of former European and American diplomats and "Iran experts" sent a letter to President Obama and argued that the sanctions will not force Iran to halt its nuclear program and will risk damaging the reputation of the United States in the eyes of ordinary Iranians suffering from the effects of the sanctions. Therefore, the US should offer more incentives to the Iranian regime to facilitate a compromise.

The letter that was prepared by NIAC and signed by its president Trita Parsi and four of its advisors received warm reception by the Iranian regime as the "Iran Diplomacy" website edited by former Iranian diplomats published a report about the letter titled: "Did the Iran lobby in US speak out?". The report was decorated with Trita Parsi's picture next to Ahmadinejad.

This is not the first time that the government press in Tehran calls NIAC the "Iran lobby in US" or shows support to this organization. See here for "governmental press supports NIAC"

Source: www.iranianlobby.com

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