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State Rep Urges Congress to Help Free Florida Operative Held Hostage in Iran

1 day ago by Michael Majchrowicz
Despite considerable public interest, little information has come to light concerning Robert Levinson's whereabouts and well-being.

So Marco Rubio Is Just Threatening War With Iran Now Too

8 months ago by Jerry Iannelli
During his TV appearance, Sen. Marco Rubio essentially dared the Iranian regime to attack the U.S. and see what the hell happens. And despite the fact that the U.S. is preparing plans for an Iranian invasion while sailing an aircraft carrier into the region, Rubio is spinning the entire ordeal as something the U.S. is nonsensically being forced to do.

Florida's GOP Lawmakers Applaud Trump for Assassination of Iranian Leader

15 days ago by Alexi C. Cardona
Florida's Republican lawmakers are largely praising Trump.

Here's How Much Florida Politicians Have Taken From War Profiteers

14 days ago by Jerry Iannelli
Here's a handy list of donations from the people who get rich from war.

Iran Underground

10 years ago by Amanda McCorquodale
Rock still maintains an aura of rebellion in Iran so it’s not surprising that it continues to show up in Iranian New Wave cinema. In 2008’s animated Persepolis, Marji buys heavy metal and punk albums on the black market, providing the soundtrack for her growing disgust with the oppressive Islamic...

Banned in Iran

13 years ago by DANIEL RENZI
What to do with art that’s banned in a totalitarian state? Send it to Miami, of course! Our city is filled with exiles who have been booted form their homelands, so it’s in good company here. Consider the work of Iranian writer/artist Assurbanipal Babilla, for instance: It seems ol’ Babs...

Image Iran

17 years ago by Alfredo Triff
"Shirin Neshat," the latest show at the Miami Art Museum, with films and photographs of the exile Iranian artist, is a unique event, helping us to grasp the complexity of women's struggle for social liberation under Islam. The exhibit brings a fresh perspective to difficult political and ethnic themes with...

Iran’s No Date, No Signature Asks Why It’s So Hard for Men to Face What They’ve Wrought

1 year ago by Craig D. Lindsey
For a movie centered around the needless death of a child, Jalilvand (Wednesday, May 9) creates a heartbreaking but still hopeful story

The Agent from Iran

11 years ago by Deirdra Funcheon
On November 29, 2004, Shahrzad Mir Gholikhan and her ex-husband, Mahmoud Seif, checked into the Le Meridien Hotel in Vienna, Austria. The following morning, Gholikhan used Seif's cell phone to call the man they had flown there to meet. "Alex," a weapons dealer from Fort Lauderdale, told the couple to...

Spy Bob Levinson Vanished in Iran

6 years ago by Allie Conti
Inside the Colonial-style monolith that houses Beggs & Lane, Pensacola's oldest law firm, sits Sonya Dobbs, a thin-lipped paralegal from Birmingham, Alabama, with a button nose and long black hair. The perfectly coifed, 52-year-old mother of three pastes user name after user name and password after password into an array...

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