Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

The Cairo-Tehran Axis

Iranian foreign affairs minister hand-delivers note to Egypt’s Morsi

Iran’s foreign affairs minister was in Egypt today to deliver a personal note from Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, according to Iranian and Egyptian reports.

The Economic Consequences of Iranian Nukes

REPORT: Nuclear Iran would ‘double’ oil prices, cost millions of U.S. jobs

Oil prices “could double,” increasing the U.S. price of gasoline by up to $2.75, if Iran is permitted to obtain a nuclear weapon, according to a new economic analysis by a bipartisan team of current and former government officials.

The Clock is Ticking

Economic sanctions alone cannot cripple Iranian nuclear program, experts say

The recent collapse of Iran’s currency has led foreign policy experts to caution President Barack Obama’s administration against declaring that economic sanctions are the key to ending Tehran’s clandestine nuclear arms program.

‘Absolutely Uncertain’

New doc examines ‘Obama and the threat to Israel’

A newly released documentary explores how a 23-year-old American who voted for President Barack Obama in 2008 came to view the administration as dangerous for the Jewish state.

The Cairo-Tehran Express

Egyptian-Iranian intelligence meeting prompts fears of a new Middle East terror axis

U.S. intelligence agencies recently monitored a secret meeting between Egypt’s intelligence chief and a senior Iranian spy that is raising new fears the Muslim Brotherhood government in Cairo could begin covertly supporting global terrorism.

Dinner with Ahmadinejad

A 'Rabbi for Obama' once had dinner with Iran's anti-Semitic president

A Republican Jewish group is calling on the Obama campaign to distance itself from a controversial rabbi who has met with anti-Semitic Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and who sits on the board of an organization that has been listed as one of the "Top Ten Anti-Israel” groups by the Anti-Defamation League.

October Surprise

Israel said to be readying October attacks on Iranian nuclear sites

U.S. intelligence analysts watching for indicators of Israeli military action recently reported that there are signs the Jewish state plans an attack against Iran in October. The Obama administration, meanwhile, is preparing to provide logistical support for a military strike but is pressing Israel to delay any action until the administration’s policy of sanctions have had more time to work, and that any attack would be put off until after the November presidential election.