For all the power of its militias, Tehran relies on an aura of inevitability.
Half measures play into the mullahs’ hands.
The ship that became a bomb.
And further crippling the Lebanese economy in the process.
They can’t win decisive victories, but they can wreak havoc.
Why the Shanghai Cooperation Organization matters.
When they think of Islam, they think of Baghdad, not Jerusalem.
Navid Afkari’s former cellmate was killed by those he accused of “medieval torture.”
And it’s winning.
Squashing the rebellion where it began.
A Shiite twist on the war against the Jews.
Will the desire to recreate imperial Persia outweigh shared hostility to the U.S.?
Give a man a missile, and he’ll terrorize for a day. Give him a missile factory, and he’ll terrorize for a lifetime.