We begin tonight’s edition of A Window to the Fatherland with Dr. Alireza Nourizadeh reading one of his poems from the book of his collected works.
Dr. Alireza Nourizadeh:
In tonight’s program we will look at the comments of Sheikh Zayed, the founder of the new United Arab Emirates, as well as those of the ayatollah Khomeini about their plans for the future life of their citizens, and compare them to find out how the two countries are where they are now.
Both of them had promised that under their rule the health services, water and electricity, transport and old age care would be free for their citizens.
However, forty years on, a comparison between the state of affairs in the two countries show how Iran has fallen into a desperate situation under the regime of the man whose supporters regard him as an angel, and how the UAE has become one of the most advanced and richest countries of the world under the rule of a man who is branded by the Iranian regime as “corrupt”!
We will also discuss the forces linked to and trained by the Islamic republic regime and how they operate outside Iran under the pretext of “opposition forces”, with the mission of discrediting the real opposition groups to the regime. We have a full report on these operatives and reveal their secrets.
We will also show a few video clips of the current protests in Iran and update you on the latest news of Iran and the Middle East.
The man who runs one of Khamenei’s “religious charities” in London, Hojatolislam Mohammad Saeed Bahmanpour, has been arrested by the police on charges of sexual misconduct in a north London Park.
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas visited Iran yesterday and during his meeting with Javad Zarif said that the situation in the region is highly explosive and extremely serious, which could lead to a military escalation if not stopped.
Naturally the European countries involved in the nuclear deal want to see it survives so they could continue benefitting from the Iranian markets.
They are trying to convince the regime in Tehran that they need to curtail theirdestructive activities in the region if they want them to receive support for Iran’s economic ties with Europe.