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  • OK, I didn't use the "NY Post is a rag" comeback, I went the "Don't believe a word Taheri says" route.

    Poll: Obama Takes Narrow Lead In Virginia

  • Taheri is a member of the heavily Jewish influenced, ultra-war-mongering, anti-Arab, so-called “think tank” (nowadays simply known as PR firms) named Benador Associates (Richard Perle is even a member!)

    Think Progress » White House consults the “experts.”

  • The instability of the Iranian regime was illustrated this month by the resignation of a senior cleric, Ayatollah Jalaleddin Taheri, in protest against the hard-liners 'stifling of reform.

    Iran on the Brink

  • The instability of the Iranian regime was illustrated this month by the resignation of a senior cleric, Ayatollah Jalaleddin Taheri, in protest against the hard-liners 'stifling of reform.

    Iran on the Brink

  • Sources close to Jackson said some of the quotes in Taheri’s article were fabricated — Jackson never used the term “Zionists,” for instance, they said.

    17 « October « 2008 « Niqnaq

  • Sources close to Jackson said some of the quotes in Taheri’s article were fabricated — Jackson never used the term “Zionists,” for instance, they said.

    this taheri is the ‘yellow stars’ guy

  • Mr. Taheri is an columnist for the New York Post who claims to be the voice of Iran, somewhat like the disgusting criminal Chalabi in Iraq.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: May 23, 2006

  • You can call Taheri a fraud as much as you want, except that Obama confirmed the story.

    Obama negotiations with Iraq.

  • Mr. Taheri is also an employee of Benador, a lobbying group for the Israeli government.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: May 23, 2006

  • Benador Associates, the public relations agency that placed the story with The National Post, is a boutique firm specializing in promoting neoconservative figures such as Taheri, Michael Ledeen, Richard Perle, Charles Krauthammer and others who supported the Iraq war and "regime change" in Iran now.

    Powerline: The Iran "yellow star" sham is true

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