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Friday, February 4, 2005THE BALL IS IN THE AYATOLLAHS' COURTA visibly worried Islamic Republic reacted angrily on Thursday at the US President's open support for the Iranian people's struggle for democracy and freedom.
RESULTS OF IRAQI ELECTIONS PLACED IRAN AND US ON THE SAME SIDEWednesday, February 2, 2005 The expected high turn out of Shi’a Muslim and the Kurds in the Iraqi’s Sunday elections is opening the doors of a new Pandora box in the volatile region of the Middle East, according to many Iranian and Arab political analysts.
AMERICAN ACTIONS FOR REGIME CHANGE IN IRAN "INEVITABLE"Saturday, January 22, 2005 Slowly but surely, the United States is preparing local and international public opinion for concrete action against the Islamic Republic of Iran, now tagged as the main "outpost of tyranny", Iranian and western analysts and diplomats say.
IRAN LAUNCHED HUNT OPERATIONS TO FIND US COMMANDOSWednesday, January 19, 2005 Iranian authorities have launched a massive, but discrete operation aimed at finding and arresting possible American commandos that an American investigative journalist said are now operating inside Iran.
IRANIAN JUDICIARY DENOUNCED BY INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITYSaturday, January 15, 2005 Mrs. Shirin Ebadi, the Iranian human rights activist and lawyer who won the 2003 Nobel Peace Prize refused to appear in court on Saturday, saying the summons had failed to state the charge against her.
TENS OF MUSLIM FUNDAMENTALISTS ARRESTED IN GERMANYWednesday, January 12, 2005 German federal police raided houses, offices, shops and mosques in five Landers belonging to Muslim fundamentalists, the Federal Prosecutor announced on Wednesday.
SA'ID MORTAZAVI MENACES WEBLOGGERSSaturday, January 8, 2005 Sa’id Mortazavi, the Prosecutor of Tehran and Islamic Revolution courts has threatened legal action against both the journalists and all those who alleged that detained journalists and Internet writers were abused to extract confessions and apologies.
JUDICIARY ACCUSED OF TORTURING WEBLOG JOURNALISTSWednesday, January 5, 2005 In a dramatic twist of events, at least two of the four journalists and owner-writers of weblogs who had publicly “confessed” to their “mistakes and wrongdoings” said the confessions have been made because of tortures they have been subject while in prison, according to a former vice President Hojjatoleslam Mohammad Ali Abtahi.
IRAN TO SEND LOW-LEVEL DELEGATION TO AMMAN IRAQI MEETINGMonday, January 3, 2005 In a protest move against the Jordanian Kingdom, Iran said on Monday that it does not think holding a conference of Iraq’s neighbours was necessary.
IRANIANS ANGRY AT OFFICIALS DEFENDING DEATH PRACTICESFriday, December 31, 2004 Recent statements by some officials from the Judiciary and the Foreign Affairs Ministry concerning death sentences pronounced by some local courts against young women have stirred the anger of Iranians inside and outside the country.