Iran’s Rohani Vows Not to Surrender to Sanctions


Iran's Rohani vows not to surrender to sanctions (via The Christian Science Monitor) Copyright ImageClick to View New Iranian president Hassan Rohani, seen here in June, took his oath of office on Sunday.(Majid Hagdost/Reuters) Pledging moderation at home and “removing tensions” abroad, Iran’s new President Hassan Rohani took…   by More...

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By Sara Marie Brenner On Monday, June 17th, 2013

Media Falling Prey To Claim That New Iranian President Hassan Rouhani Is “Moderate”

News outlets are referring to Hassan Rouhani as a “moderate,” so we felt it was important to bring the truth to you about this man so that you are not mislead about the leadership in Iran. The mainstream More...

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By The Brenner Brief On Monday, June 3rd, 2013

The 12th Imam: “The Brenner Brief Show” for Jun 3

Click here to listen to the latest episode by archive, or click here to listen LIVE on Mondays 9p ET Listen to The Brenner Brief Radio Show — Sara Marie Brenner’s weekly radio talk show! To stay up-to-date More...

Iran’s Press-TV chose this caption for the photo:  “Hawkish US Senator John McCain poses with infamous kidnapper in Syria Mohamed Nour (seen with his hand on his chest and holding a camera).”  Are we talking “kidnappers” as in Criminal Minds and Castle, or “captors” as in warfare?  In war, combatants capture enemy forces as a matter of course who become “Prisoners of War” regulated by the Geneva Convention, not hostages, with news media played by Iranian  propagandists.   (Photo courtesy of Mouaz Moustafa and the Syrian Emergency Task Force.)
By Tom Wyld On Friday, May 31st, 2013
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Iran Spins Hezbollah Operatives As “Kidnapped Pilgrims”

“Kidnapped Pilgrims” are Hezbollah operatives | POW issue shows that Tehran is Damascus’ decision-maker | “Hell on Earth” on Lebanon frontier | Time to kill Geneva talks until we strengthen rebels Lebanon’s More...

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By Richard D. Baris On Sunday, May 19th, 2013
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Iran Hangs two Men for Spying on Behalf of U.S.-Israel

Majid Jamali Fashi, left, appears at his trial at the revolutionary court in Tehran on August 23, 2011. Iran hangs two men convicted of spying for Israel and the U.S – Tehran officials have confirmed. Mohammad More...

By Katherine Trunk On Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

American Pastor Saeed Abedini sentenced in Iran

Sources are reporting the sentencing and conviction of American Pastor Saeed Abedini in Iran. Iranian born Pastor Saeen Abedini was detained there on a visit during the summer of 2012. Consequently, the Pastor is More...

By The Brenner Brief On Monday, January 28th, 2013
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Iran says it sent a monkey to the moon and back

Very interesting that the AP is covering this; yet, they are not covering the story about sabotage bombing of the Fordo nuclear facility in Iran. Apparently, a monkey being flung in to space is more important news. More...

By Sara Marie Brenner On Sunday, January 27th, 2013

We explain: why isn’t the MSM reporting on the Iran bombing?

Earlier this morning, we reported on the apparent bombing of a nuclear facility in Iran. We reported on this before many of the major news outlets, including having it up over 12 hours before Breitbart.com posted More...

By Jason Blair On Sunday, January 27th, 2013

Iran nuclear facility bombed, 240 trapped

Unconfirmed reports are trickling out of the Middle East stating last Monday an explosion rocked the Fordo nuclear enrichment facility in Iran. Western news agencies haven’t corroborated the story; however, World More...

By The Brenner Brief On Sunday, December 30th, 2012

Our 2012 Top Stories and Year In Review

This past year has been huge for The Brenner Brief. Let us take you through the progress made over the last few months. Through September, this was primarily Sara Marie Brenner‘s personal blog with 5-10 posts More...

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