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Who is Amir Taheri?
Amir Taheri is an Iranian-born conservative author based in Europe. His writings focus on the Middle East affairs and topics related to Islamist terrorism. He has been the subject of many controversies involving fabrications in his writings, most notable of which was the 2006 Iranian sumptuary law controversy. He's the current Chairman of Gatestone Institute in Europe.
- born on (73 years ago) in Ahvaz
- nationality: Iran
- profession: Journalist, author, writer
- written works: "The Persian night", "Crescent in a red sky", "The unknown life of the Shah", "The Spirit of Allah"
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Epicenter 2.0 (2012)
Why the Current Rumblings in the Middle East Will Change Your Future by Joel C. Rosenberg
Amir Taheri is a European-based columnist who used to serve as the executive editor of Kayhan, Iran's largest daily newspaper. In an April 2006 essay entitled “ The Frightening Truth of Why Iran Wants a Bomb,” Taheri wrote that just before ...
The Ideological Campaign Against Muslims by Stephen Sheehi
Amir Taheri is a renowned right wing charlatan Iranian-American, exposed as ...
by Stephen E. Atkins
Amir Taheri, The Spirit of Allah: Khomeini and the Islamic Revolution ( London: Hutchinson, 1985); Robin Wright, In the Name of God: The Khomeini Decade ...
by Glenmore S. Trenear-Harvey
Amir Taheri, once editor of Kayhan, Iran's largest daily newspaper, suggested that a trial was held in Tehran that lasted some 40 hours, all of them recorded on a harrowing videotape that was later delivered to the U.S. embassy in Cairo.
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