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Jun 14, 2014 0 Comments

Lamentan relaciones de Bolivia con Irán Media Mentions

Authors: JOSEPH HUMIRE

Los directores ejecutivos de Secure Free Society (SFS) y de Fuente Latina en el Medio Oriente, Joseph Humire y Leah Soibel, respectivamente, cuestionaron las relaciones bilaterales de Bolivia con Irán . Ambos periodistas expertos en seguridad global, coincidieron que detrás del encuentro entre Evo Morales y el vicepresidente iraní, Eshaq Yahanguiri, pueden haber oscuras intenciones.

Advirtieron que el país árabe en cuestión, es calificado como el número uno en terrorismo y violaciones múltiples a los derechos humanos en esa nación.

Armas nucleares. Tanto Humire como Soibel, piden a Bolivia que no se deje sorprender “con ayudas desinteresadas”, ya que la intención es la adjudicación de minerales como el tantalio, uranio y litio, para la fabricación de armas nucleares.

Read the original article at ElDia.com.bo.

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Jun 12, 2014 0 Comments

JD Gordon: Islamist threat causing regional instability in Iraq Television Appearances

Authors: J.D. GORDON

JD Gordon joins Laura Ingle to weigh in on the situation in Iraq.

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Jun 6, 2014 0 Comments

Report: Venezuela, Cuba Providing Easy Access For Islamists to US and Canada Media Mentions

The study warns that both countries “offer Islamist extremists facilities that pose a threat to security in North America,” according to Argentine news outlet Infobae. The Venezuelan government, in particular, provided at least 173 passports, visas, and permits to migrants from the Middle East between April 2008 and November 2012. It was during this wave that Suleiman Ghani Abdul Waked, known as a right-hand man to Hassan Nasrallah, head of Hezbollah, received his Venezuelan papers.

The paper notes that the relative ease with which migrants moving West into Latin America can receive credentials is a cause for alarm for the United States and Canada. While Canada ended its diplomatic ties with Iran and closed down the embassies of respective countries, Latin America was the largest prior embarkation region for Iranian migrants without the proper paperwork to receive refugee status in Canada between 2009 and 2011. From Latin America, they then moved north into Canada. Caracas, the capital of Venezuela, was among the most trafficked migrant intermediate points from the Middle East.

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