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Tuesday, February 28, 2006Religious Chaos In Iraq Benefits The Islamic Republic of IranThe recent tragic events in Iraq following the explosion of the shrine of two Shi’ite imams in Samarra demonstrated the maturity of Iraqi political and religious leaders in the one hand and the sickening immaturity of those in charge of the ruling theocracy in Iran on the other.
Caricatures Of RealitySaturday, February 25, 2006 Should respecting other cultures mean that we become undiscerning to cultures of death?
Iran Is Near Full Nuclear Cycle, Needs “A little Bit Of Time”Thursday, February 23, 2006 As the international nuclear watchdog is revealing new Iranian hidden projects to develop possibly nuclear weapons, the former senior atomic negotiator Iran could develop nuclear weapon and master full nuclear cycle, but because of “regrettable mistakes we have none of them”.
Supporting Iranian People Best Way to Solve Nuclear StandoffTuesday, February 21, 2006 As negotiations between Iran and the Russians in the one hand and the Europeans on the other failed to yield concrete results, more than a hundred Iranians of all walk told the international community that the best way to solve the nuclear crisis is to support “the struggle of Iranian people for democracy and freedom”.
Iranian Cleric Okays Use of Nuclear WeaponsMonday, February 20, 2006 As the Islamic Republic continue to insist that it has no nuclear-based military programmes and repeats that the use of such weapons are banned by Islam, an Iranian internet newspaper revealed Monday that some hard line clerics have refuted the claim, saying that nuclear arms can be used “as a mean of retaliation”.
New Iranian Government Fails To Address Human RightsFriday, February 17, 2006 Six months after Iran's new president came to power human rights violations remain widespread and the new government has failed to take any action to address the situation, Amnesty International revealed in a report published today.
France Leading International Community Against Iran's Nuclear AmbitionsThursday, February 16, 2006 As international pressures increases against the nuclear programmes of the Islamic Republic of Iran, a high-ranking European official for the first time openly said the projects are aimed at developing secretly nuclear weapons.
Satanic cartoonsWednesday, February 15, 2006 If the international community doesn't stand up to Islamists, a culture of self-censorship of criticism of Islam that pervades now in Islamic countries will spread.
Offended Or Manipulated?Tuesday, February 14, 2006 These days we are witnessing the burning of Northern European embassies in Gaza, Tehran, Damascus, Beirut and Kabul. Both Eastern and Western media are trying to make us believe that these unrests are spontaneous reactions of the Muslim people who are offended by the western insults to their prophet. As a result, Muslims are swarming the streets and burning anything that remotely smells of the West. This conclusion drawn by the majority of the Western Media is unacceptable and flawed for more reasons than one.
Iranian President Hints At Leaving NPTSaturday, February 11, 2006 Once again, the Iranian President went on the offensive, menacing the “middle aged West” world with his arms, without spelling out what are his “so dreadful and dangerous” weapons with which he menaces the whole word.
Bonfire of the PietiesFriday, February 10, 2006 "The Muslim Fury," one newspaper headline screamed. "The rage of Islam sweeps Europe," said another. "The clash of civilizations is coming," warned one commentator. All this refers to the row provoked by the publication of cartoons of the prophet Muhammad in a Danish newspaper four months ago. Since then a number of demonstrations have been held, mostly -- though not exclusively -- in the West, and Scandinavian embassies and consulates have been besieged.
Will Diplomacy Stop Iran getting the Bomb?Wednesday, February 8, 2006 Hours after the United States and Europe prevailed in a contest over officially reporting Iran's history of clandestine nuclear activity to the United Nations Security Council, President Bush issued a statement on Saturday from his ranch, saying that the overwhelming vote showed "the world will not permit the Iranian regime to gain nuclear weapons"
America Behind the Insulting Cartoons: Iranian JournalistMonday, February 6, 2006 As Iran recalled its ambassador from Copenhagen in protest to the printing of some cartoons considers by Muslims as insulting to their prophet, one of Iran’s most influential journalists accused the Americans to have “organised the plot”.
Humiliated Iranian President Might Link Nuclear To Mohammad's CartoonsSaturday, February 4, 2006 After months of standoff, the Islamic Republic got what was expected: a very strong slap from the international community with which the new hard line president Mahmoud Ahmadi Nezhad had opposed a deliberate and provocative policy of confrontation, Iranian political analysts said, commenting the Saturday 4 February decision of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to refer Iran's controversial nuclear dossier to the United Nations Security Council.
Iran Waves The Menace Of Terrorism Against The WestFriday, February 3, 2006 Of all possibilities and processes to get out of the nuclear standoff, the Iranian decision-makers chose the worse: that of giving themselves, hand and feet chained, to the Russian Bear
Operation Free IranThursday, February 2, 2006 The critical question is what should be done when referrals to the UN Security Council and economic sanctions fail to stop the Mollahs in Iran going nuclear.