Since the Islamic Revolution in 1979, Iran has displayed an extreme ideology and an absolute hatred for the West.
Our 60-minute film explores the principles of the revolution, and demonstrates the hatred and violence exhibited by Iran’s brutal leadership. The film documents the regime’s abusive treatment of their citizenry, and its use of terror proxies to inflict deadly messages on their self-described enemies.
Now 30 years after the start of the revolution, Iran is on the cusp of crossing the nuclear threshold. Iran has consistently tried to disguise the intention and progress of its nuclear program, playing a careful game of aggressive gamesmanship and deceptive diplomacy.
The development of a nuclear program has only added to the already immense danger posed by this regime. The numerous threat scenarios posed by a nuclear Iran are beyond frightening. All the while Western powers have dangerously misread the intentions of the Iranian regime.
Alex Traiman is a professional journalist, writer, and former radio personality covering breaking events and analysis in the Middle East. He has worked as a media, public relations and online marketing specialist and spent time working in NYC and Israel. Currently, Traiman serves as the Associate Director for Clarion Fund, a non-profit organization educating Americans about national security threats.