Dr. Majid Rafizadeh is an Iranian-American political scientist, author, business advisor, public speaker and president of the International American Council. Harvard-educated, he serves on the board of several international institutions, including the Harvard International Review (Harvard University) and the US-Middle East Chamber of Business and Commerce.Rafizadeh grew up most of his life in the Muslim world (both Sunni and Shiites nations) and recently came to the US. He is the author of several books, including the memoir, "The Muslim Renegade: A Memoir of Struggle, Defiance, and Enlightenment" and "US foreign Policy: Syria, ISIS, and The Middle East." Dr. Rafizadeh can be reached at [email protected]
How the Islamic Republic hates, tortures and kills females.
The painful tale I have to tell -- after having lived most of my life in several Muslim countries.
Where is the reporting on Iran's Islamic terrorist groups that are as monstrous as ISIS?
While Obama continues to remove the sanctions.
Obama’s trusted partner in peace becomes more aggressive.
. . .And the Obama administration's view of Iran as a loyal partner in peace.
Why the Islamic Republic is so gleeful over the latest ISIS carnage.
The true face of Obama's "good faith" negotiating partners.
The Islamic Republic declares it will never abandon its core mission.
Why the nuclear deal is void.
How the nuclear deal has signaled to the Mullahs that there's nothing to stop their human rights abuses.
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