News and Analysis (7/28/09)

With Ahmadinejad slated to be sworn in on August 5, Mousavi warns “today’s criminals should bear in mind that our people will never pardon them”:

Although both sides are in agreement over the danger of a nuclear Iran, Israeli officials push for a military option if negotiations and sanctions fail:

Protecting property rights should be a key tenant in the strategy to defeat the Taliban:

Believing the incident may spark another arms race, Pakistan’s attention is once again diverted from the Taliban to its historic enemy in India:

Many details of the charges remains unclear, but the investigation did not uncover “any plans by the Raleigh group to wreak havoc”:

Even after Mubarak rule comes to an end, democracy is unlikely to return to Egypt:

Soldiers engaged in “war crimes” return to the US and continue their violent ways:

today’s criminals should bear in mind that our people will never pardon them.”

Imran

Minaret of Freedom Institute Program Assistant

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