Iran’s Khamenei: ‘The Americans Cannot Be Trusted’

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei reiterated his distrust of the United States to the Iranian people on Monday and called for Iran to be self-sufficient in order to prevent reliance on Western powers.

Office of the Iranian Supreme Leader via AP

Iran To Host State-Sponsored Holocaust Denial Cartoon Contest

Iran announced this week that authorities are hosting a state-sponsored contest to see who can create the best Holocaust denial cartoon. The grand prize has been boosted this year to $50,000, up from $12,000, according to reports.


Iran Deal: 200 Supporters at L.A. Rally, Photo Shoot

LOS ANGELES, California — Over 200 Iranians convened in Downtown L.A’s Grand Park on Saturday to show their support for the Iran deal, presenting it as a peace agreement between Iran and the world. A photo shoot and “peace” rally took

Iran Deal rally L.A. (Adelle Nazarian / Breitbart News)

PART II: Michael Rubin on Obama: ‘He is Constructing an Imaginary Iran’

Breitbart’s Adelle Nazarian had the opportunity to speak with renowned Middle East expert and resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) Dr. Michael Rubin recently. Dr. Rubin provided his analysis on U.S.-Iran relations under the Obama Administration and provided a look into the future through the periscope of the past.


Obama Flacks for Khamenei to Save Iran Deal

President Barack Obama attempted on Saturday to dismiss harsh criticism by Iranian leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who had accused the American president last week of “lying” about the terms of the nuclear framework reached in Lausanne, Switzerland earlier this month. Obama tried to explain that Khamenei’s remarks were intended for domestic political purposes: “Even a guy with the title ‘Supreme Leader’ has to be concerned about his own constituencies,” Obama said.

The Associated Press

Iranian Dictator: GOP Letter Proves US Reputation for ‘Backstabbing’

Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, was upset on Thursday that Republican Senators wrote a letter to him and Iran’s leadership, stressing that they possessed certain constitutional powers that could not be usurped during nuclear negotiations with the state-sponsor of terror.