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Friday, October 28, 2005IRANIAN OFFICIALS MOBILISE BEHIND AHMADI NEZHADSenior Iranian officials rallied behind President Mahmoud Ahmadi Nezhad’s cal for the eradication of Israel from the world’s map, stepping up attacks and criticism against Israel, accused of “murdering, slaughtering, mass killing of innocent Muslim Palestinians, but also the United States and the West in general.
IRAN BANS FILMS PROMOTING LIBERALISM, FEMINISIM OR SECULARISMMonday, October 24, 2005 A leading Iranian journalist has contested the decision of the Supreme Council for Cultural Revolution (SCCR) to ban films dealing with secularism, feminism, liberalism or violence and drugs.
IRAN GOVERNMENT URGING THE HIDDEN IMAM TO HELPFriday, October 21, 2005 “You don’t understand. These non turbaned men like the Iranian President Mahmmoud) Ahmadi Nezhad and others like him are the real believer in Shi’a scripts, not most of the akhound, who are aware of the theatre their ancestors have written and they continue to play.
MKO DISSIDENTS DEMAND THAT MAS'OUD RAJAVI ALSO BE PUT ON TRIALWednesday, October 19, 2005 On the eve of the trial of the toppled Iraqi president Saddam Hussein, some former members of the Mojahedeen Khalq Organsation (MKO) demanded that the leader of the outlawed Organisation and some of his close associates be also tried for “crimes against both the Iraqi and Iranian peoples”.
IRAQIS GAVE A LESSON TO TERRORISTSMonday, October 17, 2005 The international community, including Iran, welcomed the referendum of the Iraqi Constitution submitted to popular vote on Saturday 15 October and hoped that the result, in case it is positive as expected, would open the way for a smooth and gradual withdrawal of foreign presence and to the end of bloody violence attributed to so-called islamist jihadis.
IRAN OFFERS EUROPEANS A GLASS HALF EMPTY, HALF FULLThursday, October 13, 2005 In a laconic statement that looks like a glass that is half full, half empty, Iran said it was “ready” to go back to negotiation table “without any conditions” but at the same time stressed that Iran’s “natural, national and legal rights” to full nuclear cycle must be recognized, a condition that is unlikely to please the European negotiators.
IRAN READY TO APPROVE ADDITIONAL PROTOCOL… IN CASETuesday, October 11, 2005 Sending the ball in the adverse court, Iran now says it would wait until the Europeans change their mind and come back to negotiation table, “knowing that Iran would never accept abilities for full nuclear cycle”.
IRAN CONFIRMS STOPPING ADDITIONAL PROTOCOL OF THE NPTSunday, October 9, 2005 Iran’s top nuclear negotiator said that Tehran would leave the Additional Protocol but not the nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT).
IRAN DENOUNCES NOBEL PEACE PRIZE TO ELBARADE’ISaturday, October 8, 2005 Iran reacted with a quasi indifference, if not anger, at the nomination of the United Nations International nuclear watchdog and it’s General Director as the winner of the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize for 2005.
THE ENDGAME IN IRAQThursday, October 6, 2005 Even a brief visit to this southern Iraq port leaves me convinced that we are entering the endgame here. The coming Iraqi votes, in October over the new constitution and in December over a new Parliament, are going to tell America whether it is worth staying here or not for much longer.
IRAN PRESIDENT DENIES INTERVIEW WITH KHALEEJ TIMESSunday, October 2, 2005 Iran on Saturday officially denied that President Mahmoud Ahmadi Nezhad had granted an interview to the Dubai-based newspaper Khaleej Times.