"I have said before that Iran's nuclear train has no brake and no reverse gear ... We will continue our path," Ahmadinejad said Tuesday.
And Iran continues to play games and waist time with the West about its nuclear activities. But the new IAEA report reveals the military nature of Iran's program.
Now in the news, Iran has dispatched a Navy fleet with an unknown number of submarines to the Red Sea; an action that looks more like a threat.
The time has come for the West to realize that its appeasement policy has failed and it has brought the world close to a devastation of a global magnitude. It is also time to realize that the solution to this problem is in the hands of the Iranian people and their resistance.
The right policy for the west is to invest on the Iranian people, by supporting the democratic opposition, to bring about regime change and not on more negotiation with the illusion of change of heart in Tehran.
We are delighted to present you with the current issue of Iran Update, a publication of International Solidarity for Democratic Change in Iran (ISDCI).
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|New sanctions against Iran may be coming
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|Israel's new battlefield: Iranian submarines
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|Enabling the Persian Spring
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