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“Iran’s stated purpose for military alliance with Muslim countries is a hogwash”

August 18, 2012

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Iran’s stated purpose to establish military alliance with Muslim countries is obviously hogwash, Middle Eastern politics expert, research scholar of Texas University at Austin, Saif Shahin said. The expert was commenting on recent news on Iranian Defense Minister Ahmad Vahidi proposing to establish military alliance between the Muslim countries. Vahidi said it be created in […]

“Arab states to desist from direct involvement even if Israel joins U.S. in attacking Iran”

May 12, 2012

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The Arab governments would desist from direct involvement if Israeli forces join the US strike on Iran, expert on South Asian and Middle East Studies, research scholar at the University of Texas at Austin Saif Shahin said.

Iran doesn’t want to be seen as intransigent – expert

April 17, 2012

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Iran has agreed to play along because it certainly does not want to be seen as intransigent, expert on South Asian and Middle East Studies, Saif Shahin said, speaking about the outcome of the recent “Iran-Six powers” talks in Istanbul. Two rounds of talks between Iran and the P5+1 countries have been held in Istanbul […]