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Thursday, May 31, 2007Four Human Rights Organisations Urges Iran to Release Academics.As the Islamic Republic of Iran alleges that Washington has created a “network of spies” in Iran, aimed at destabilizing the clerical regime by the mean of “soft revolution” in which the George Soros Foundation is master, four leading human rights organizations have published a joint statement calling on Iranian authorities to “immediately release” Iranian-American academics they have detained recently”.
Scholars Bear Brunt of Anti-Diplomacy BacklashMonday, May 28, 2007 But the strongest indicators that the May 28 discussions between the U.S. and Iran carry great significance are not the positive signals emanating from Washington and Tehran, but rather the desperate efforts of the supporters of the status quo.
Escalating intimidationFriday, May 25, 2007 As the Islamic Republic of Iran is increasing its pressures over dissidents, particularly intellectuals, hundreds of leading Iranian and foreign scholars, researchers, writers, and intellectuals have signed a petition calling on the clerical-led Islamic regime of Iran to free Mrs. Haleh Esfandiari, the director of the Middle East program at the nonpartisan Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, D.C.
Why Islamic HijabMonday, May 21, 2007 With the arrival of spring, the Islamic Republic of Iran’s police have launched this year its traditional crackdown on women's dress. Such crackdowns have become a regular feature of Iranian women. The crackdown is to force women to respect the strict Islamic dress code.With the arrival of spring, the Islamic Republic of Iran’s police have launched this year its traditional crackdown on women's dress. Such crackdowns have become a regular feature of Iranian women. The crackdown is to force women to respect the strict Islamic dress code.
Tehran To Reorganise Terror Networks In EuropeFriday, May 18, 2007 The Islamic Republic of Iran is secretly, but actively reorganizing dormant terrorist operations networks, aimed at American and Israeli vital interests in Europe, according to well informed sources.
So Many Overthrowers?Friday, May 11, 2007 You have certainly heard the story of the driver who was driving very fast on the opposite side in a highway and was at the same time listening to a radio message warning other drivers to be aware of “a fool who is driving very fast on the wrong side”. The driver, while listening to the message and seeing a lot of cars coming on his opposite, would tell himself: “O my God, so many fools on the road…”
Arrest of Iranian-American Academic Is Part Of Power Struggle In TehranThursday, May 10, 2007 The arrest of Mrs. Haleh Esfandiari, a prominent Iranian-American academic working at the Wilson Woodrow Centre’s Middle East Programme is part of the ongoing cut throat power struggle in Tehran between the hard liners and the moderates, according to many Iranian political analysts.
If the IRI does not give upTuesday, May 8, 2007 While the international key powers held a conference in London on last Wednesday to review the new set of U.N sanctions on Iran in case the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI) refused to stop uranium enrichment, President Mahmoud Ahmadi-Nezhad reapeted that his regime will not bow to them
The Islamic Revolution eating the Islamic RepublicSaturday, May 5, 2007 The surprise detention of a senior Iranian diplomat and former nuclear negotiator on alleged charges of espionage and passing sensitive nuclear information to foreigner is likely to ignite an unprecedented power struggle at the highest echelon of the Iranian clerical establishment, political analysts expects.
Iran Women's HellWednesday, May 2, 2007 Iranian police shoved and kicked them, loaded them into a curtained minibus and drove them away. Hours later, at the gates of Evin prison, they were blindfolded and forced to wear all-enveloping chadors, and then were interrogated through the night. All 31 were women - activists accused of receiving foreign funds to stir up dissent in Iran.
Hoseyn Moussavian Reported Arrested (Urgent, Updated)Wednesday, May 2, 2007 Mohammad Hoseyn Mousavian, a former senior Iranian atomic negotiator is reported to have been arrested on Monday first of May 2007.
Mr. Moussavian Arrested On Charges Of Espionnage (New Update)Wednesday, May 2, 2007 Mohammad Hoseyn Moussavian, a former diplomat and senior nuclear negotiator has been arrested on charges of “espionage, contact with foreign elements and communication of information”, according to informed Iranian sources.