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Iran's Top Dissident Cleric Urges Open Politics,Sunday, January 28, 2007 Iran's top dissident cleric Grand Ayatollah Hosseynali Montazeri has urged Islamic republic officials to release political prisoners and open the political arena to opponents of the regime.
Iran's Plans: Sticks & CarrotsFriday, January 26, 2007 Confrontation or accommodation? As the U.N. Security Council's latest deadline for the Islamic Republic draws closer, that perennial question of Iranian politics is back at the center of debate in Tehran.
Saudi Arabia To Iran: Don’t Interfere In Arab’s Affairs.Wednesday, January 24, 2007 In an interview with the French daily “Le Figaro” (centre right), Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Affairs Minister Prince Saud al Faysal openly warned Iran against intervening in the Arab’s affairs.
Iran To Offer Security Council New ProposalsTuesday, January 23, 2007 In order to find a solution to the nuclear impasse and avoid sanctions, Tehran is studying to propose the 5+1 (the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council, namely the United States, Russia, France, China and Britain, plus Germany) the creation of an international consortium for the production of nuclear fuel for Iran’s coming nuclear plants.
Iranian, Venezuelan Don Quichote To Fight US Super PowerSunday, January 14, 2007 In a desperate attempt aimed at creating a new international anti-American front, the Iranian fanatical President Mahmoud Ahmadi Nezhad and his populist “brother” Hugo Chavez of Venezuela decided Saturday 13 January 2007 the creation of a 2 billions US Dollars fund to help poor nations of Latin America and Africa to “liberate” themselves from the US “imperialist yoke”.
Seismic Dangers Obstacle To Iranian President's Atomic DreamsWednesday, January 10, 2007 Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadi Nezhad has just announced "great nuclear celebrations" to take place in February to mark the anniversary of the 1979 Islamic revolution. Despite the efforts of the international community and two UN Security Council resolutions demanding Iran to immediately suspend sensitive nuclear work and in particular uranium enrichment - which can be used to make atomic weapons - Tehran appears doggedly determined to pursue its programme and speedily achieve its atomic ambitions.
Winds Definitely Turning Against Ahmadi NezhadTuesday, January 9, 2007 In a new visible sign that winds are definitely turning against the fanatic President Mahmoud Ahmadi Nezhad, a newspaper that belongs to the leader of the Islamic Republic sharply criticized his behavior in the difficult nuclear problem, mostly the “prsonalisation” of the nuclear issue and the constant repetition of his diatribes against Iran’s interlocutors in the issue.
Saddam Was A Captured Dictator.Monday, January 8, 2007 The execution of Saddam Hussein was an act of revenge. Saddam’s death was a triumph for Bush, Blair, and their Shiite-led regime installed in Iraq. It was a wish of Iraqi Islamists, like Dawa party and Moqtada Sadr, who was determined to kill Saddam in any circumstance. It was a trophy for Mollahs in Tehran, who vowed to eliminate Saddam.
In Iran the Debate is Over EscalationSaturday, January 6, 2007 To escalate or not to escalate? In Tehran's ruling circles, these days, that is the question. The question has come up in response to the resolution passed by the United Nations' Security Council in the dying days of last year, imposing a range of sanctions on the Islamic Republic.
Iraq – A Lesson In Abject Political Failure: How To Make A Martyr Out Of A MonsterThursday, January 4, 2007 Revolutions happen when reforms are ineffective. Violence breaks out when reasoning is weak. Wars occur as a result of failure of diplomacy. And when the state kills, it only demonstrates the poverty of its political leadership or legitimacy.