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Dai beats NIAC: The real David vs. Goliath story

Posted by on Sunday, 16 September, 2012

The Right Side News

Dai beats NIAC :The real David vs. Goliath story
Sunday, 16 September 2012 04:43
Arash Irandoost, PhD

It was only a few years back, when Trita Parsi, the brash president of the National Iranian American Council (NIAC) bragged about beating AIPAC and likened his victory to David versus Goliath. Flush with private enterprises, US government support, and foundation donors, NIAC’s swaggering Mafioso was determined to form the most powerful organization to advocate for policies favorable to the regime in Iran.
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NIAC and US Policy toward Iran

Posted by on Sunday, 2 October, 2011

 

by Arash Irandoost

Tita Parsi and former and convicted Congressman Bob Ney

The White House is in the process of fine tuning its Iranian Policy. On the sidelines, various groups are positioning to shape the plan. Front and center is NIAC, the National Iranian American Council, an organization that presents itself as the Iranian-American voice for Iran. On the surface, NIAC’s statements sound very noble. However, if examined closely, NIAC is actually at odds with the majority of the Iranian-American community. NIAC’s recently published internal documents, which it had to furnish Mr. Hassan Dai, an Iranian expat, who was sued by NIAC for his claim that it is a lobbyist for the Islamic Republic, paints a very disturbing and troublesome picture of the organization. Read the rest of this entry »