By Lord Maginnis of Drumglass

Several days ago a man with a neatly trimmed beard wearing a white turban, and professorial-looking rimless glasses featured prominently in Davos. Was it really Hassan Rouhani? Of course Rouhani is Iran's current Ayatollah-sanctioned President and should have every good reason to be at such a prestigious forum; however the man addressing Davos appeared only to share the real Rouhani's appearance.

By Lord Maginnis of Drumglass

On Friday, February 27, 2009 President Barack Obama stood before a crowd of U.S. Marines and spoke of responsibly ending the war in Iraq after years of suffering and bloodshed for Americans and Iraqis alike.

The West must pressure the government of Iraq to free the hostages abducted from Camp Ashraf

By Dr Matthew Offord MP

On October 28, I joined a cross-party panel at a conference in Church House, Westminster, with dozens of my colleagues from both Houses of Parliament to talk about Iran and what we, in the U.K., can do in the face of appalling atrocities committed by the Iranian regime.

By Steve McCabe MP

Imagine if seven British citizens had been taken hostage in a foreign land and couldn't be located, that's exactly what has happened to seven members of an Iranian opposition group but there has been little news coverage of this affair.

They were seized Sept. 1 from a refugee camp in Iraq while supposedly under the protection of the United Nations.