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Reformists disillusioned with Rouhani   Hassan Daioleslam

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

Iranian terrorism and Tehran apologists   Hassan Daioleslam

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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

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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

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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

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Chasing David Albright

[JOURNAL]  [26 Jan 2013]  
Hassan Dai
Source: [www.iranianlobby.com] 


On January 14, The Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS) released a report titled: "U.S. Nonproliferation Strategy for the Changing Middle East' authored by ISIS's president David Albright and four other experts. The report asserts that Iran's nuclear program "Threatens international peace and security, undermines the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty [NPT], and threatens to spur proliferation elsewhere in the region." 

Immediately, the report and its authors, notably Albright came under attack by usual pundits whose positions are in line with the interests and wishes of Iranian regime.

Jim Lobe wrote in Lobe Log that "the report’s recommendations coincided closely with Israel’s positions".

Trita Parsi president of NIAC considered by many Iranians to be the regime's lobby in US tweeted his friend's comment about Albright: "hahaha! just heard arms control expert in meeting say "David Albright is the Lance Armstrong of technical analysis" The government press in Tehran calls NIAC the "Iran lobby in US."

Then, Parsi's associate Mahamd Sahimi slammed Albright in his "Anti War" article and wrote:

"The standoff between Iran and the Western powers led by the United States has created an entirely new "industry" in Washington, which consists of "pundits" on Iran, its political system, and its nuclear program... There are those who have completely sold out to the War Party. Their goal is not objective analysis of Iran’s nuclear program, but appeasing the Party and the Washington hawks who would settle for nothing less than complete destruction of Iran and its people.

Chief among such experts is David Albright, President of Institute for [bogus] Science and International Security [for the American Empire]. He has played a leading role in inflaming the hysteria about Iran by his grand exaggerations, alarms over non-existing evidence, creating something out of nothing.

The "scientist" Albright has teamed up with Dubowitz,....  to issue a 155-page report, which is a political manifesto – better yet, the wish list of the War Party and the Israel lobby –..."

The self-proclaimed progressive website "Dissident Voice" wrote:

"What strikes the mind as reasonably acceptable is that the authors are no political well-wishers; rather, they are indeed so morbidly obsessed with paving the way for another ravaging war in the Middle East that they are trying to cook up another fairy tale as David Albright and his ‘company’ did in Iraq... If truth be told, these terms (report's recommendations) are nothing new and only reek of a Zionist influence contaminating the already decomposing American policy."

 

These days in Washington circles, it is fashionable to tag as "warmonger", "AIPAC mouthpiece" and "Neocon" if one warns of the peril of Mullahs' nuclear program. Albright is the new victim of this smear campaign


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