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Saturday, July 28, 2007Iran: West Torn Over Carrot And Stick ApproachIn New York, the 5+1 contact group (the five permanent members of the UN Security Council and Germany) have been involved in deep discussions for days on the third draft resolution against Iran regarding its nuclear programme. Yet the Western countries which ought to be working cohesively together find themselves torn between punishment and business opportunities.
Will "In the Name Of Democracy" Bring Democracy To Iran?Monday, July 23, 2007 As international and national indignation about the abject farce shown on Iranian television last week continue unabated, it was revealed that the so-called documentary entitled “On the name of democracy” was suggested by a well-known interrogator and approved by Ayatollah Ali Khameneh’i, the leader of the Islamic Republic.
More Collective Executions To Be Carried Out In IranSunday, July 22, 2007 According to the latest news, the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI) hanged on the week ending on 21 July 2007 16 people, 12 of them in the notorious Evin, prison. They had been arrested through a series of crackdowns on Tehran’s “thugs”, starting two weeks ago, accused of homosexuality, sodomy, rape, theft and ignoring Islamic norms of the society.
Iran is Trying to Exploit SyriaThursday, July 19, 2007 When he arrives in Damascus for what he has described as "an historic visit", Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will be bearing a variety of gifts. And this is precisely when his Syrian counterpart Bashar Al Assad must be wary.
Shamsolva’ezin, in Interview with Rooz: If We Are Planning a Coup, Arrest UsTuesday, July 17, 2007 With the Government of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadi Nezhad, a fanatic Shi’a Muslim, imposing a virtual martial law on the country by increasing pressures on the intellectuals, the students, the women, the workers and the teachers, but particularly targeting the press, which the Government accused recently of waging a creeping coup”, a leading Iranian journalist said the present Administration a “complete dead end”.
Iran: Government Steps Up Crackdown On OppositionTuesday, July 17, 2007 Iran has recently intensified its harassment of critics and people it deems threatening to the government. The current crackdown in Iran is harsher than it has been for many years.
Police To Start New Wave Of Crackdown On Young BoysSunday, July 15, 2007 With summer time heath reaching new peaks, the commander of Tehran Police announced new crackdowns, this time targeting mostly young boys wearing “perverted western dress and hairs cut according to “pervert western models”.
Violations Of Human Rights Continue Unabated In IranSaturday, July 14, 2007 Amnesty International and other human rights organizations expressed concern at the increasing violations and disregards of the Iranian Islamic regime for human rights, freedom of the press and the civil society, as seen by the recent closure of two pro reform newspapers and one news agency, the arrest of several women activists, 16 students and a popular union leader, described by the authorities as “hooligans”.
Ahmadi Nezhad Preparing Virtual Martial Law SituationThursday, July 12, 2007 The dramatic abduction of a popular union leader, Mr. Mansour Osanlou, is an integral part of a bigger plan worked out by the Government of the fanatic President Mahmoud Ahmadi Nezhad to impose a virtual martial law situation, preparing the nation for a possible American attack on Iran, political analysts said.
Several Students Arrested while the Press Preparing a “Creeping Coup”Tuesday, July 10, 2007 As security forces arrested several students staging a peaceful sit in to commemorate the students uprising of 9 July 1999, Iranian authorities, in a new wave of crackdown of the media, accused the non governmental press of waging a "creeping coup" against the Government of the fanatic President Mahmoud Ahmadi Nezhad.
A Media Flop Named Press TVWednesday, July 4, 2007 After months of preparations and propaganda, the Voice and Visage of the Islamic Republic of Iran (VVIR)’s mountain gave birth on second July 2007 to a new born that those who conceived it wowed that their offspring would “very quickly” become the flag bearer of the “anti-arrogance” (Western imperialists) crusaders in the field of media.