Foundation for Defense of Democracies’ (FDD) Mark Dubowitz One-on-One with Dan Mangru – The Mangru Report – Episode 8 July 13, 2010Posted by Admin in Interviews.
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With Iran doing billion dollar business deals with U.S. allies and laughing at the face of more U.N. sanctions, Mark Dubowitz, Executive Director of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, sat down for an exclusive one-one-one interview with Dan Mangru. During their interview, Mark Dubowitz revealed why U.N. sanctions against Iran won’t hurt them, why the U.S. needs to support Iranian regime change, how Russia and China are playing both sides, why U.S. allies such as Brazil and Turkey are selling nuclear materials to Iran, how Dubai has become the secret trading ground to do business with Iran, and how Germany is supplying engineering services to Iran’s nuclear program.
Marco Rubio and Mark Dubowitz to Appear on The Mangru Report TONIGHT on Fox Business at 5:30 p.m. June 19, 2010Posted by Admin in Interviews, Panel Discussion.
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Current 2010 GOP Senate Candidate from Florida Marco Rubio and the Executive Director of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracy, Mark Dubowitz will appear on The Mangru Report tonight. Wach as Rubio discusses why the U.S. needs to maintain Israel as an ally, why he went to law school, how he will bring jobs to America, and how Jeb Bush influenced his run for Senate.
Dubowitz will discuss the recent sanctions on Iran, why countries like Russia and China are getting away with playing both sides, and the secret trade route that Iran is using to sneak nuclear technology and billions of dollars into their economy.