Best-selling author Kenneth R. Timmerman
has been tracking Iranian government terrorism and Iranian weapons of mass destruction programs for 20 years.
He has done in-depth investigations on these subjects for Time magazine, Reader’s Digest, and other major news outlets. Several U.S. government agencies, including the U.S. Army War College, the Department of Energy, and the Defense Intelligence Agency, have sought out his expertise.
In 1992, famed Nazi-hunter Simon Wiesenthal told an audience in Paris, “I have been tracking the murderers of yesterday. Mr. Timmerman is tracking the murderers of tomorrow.”
In 1993, Timmerman authored a key congressional report on Iranian WMD procurement. Since leaving the Hill, he has testified before Congress on many occasions on developments in Iran, and published a monthly newsletter on Iran, as well as scholarly articles.
He first reported on the Iranian government’s ties to al-Qaida in a groundbreaking investigation for Insight Magazine that appeared in November 2001 and has continued to break new ground on this story with access to U.S. intelligence sources and Iranian defectors.
In January 2006, former Swedish Deputy Prime Minister Per Ahlmark nominated him for the Nobel Peace Prize 2006 for his work in exposing Iran’s nuclear weapons program. In presenting his groundbreaking study on Iranian, Syrian, and Libya WMD programs.
A regular TV guest, he is an on-air contributor to CNBC’s “On the Money,” and has appeared on several major TV and radio talk shows.
His numerous books include New York Times best-sellers.