Articles - August 2000

 

 

MKO’S OPERATIONS LINKED TO LEADER’S GROWING UNPOPULARITY

IRAN SLIDING FURTHER IN ANARCHY AND CHAOS

INTELLIGENCE CHIEF URGES PRESIDENT TO EXPEL MODERATE COLLEAGUE

HARD LINE CLERIC SAYS RELIGION NOT SEPARABLE FROM THE STATE

SNUBBING IRANIAN CLERICS, TURKISH PRESIDENT REJECTS INVITATION

EXPERTS SAY FOREIGN INVESTMENT BILL IS UNREALISTIC

PRESIDENT’S CONFUSING INTERVIEW LIKELY TO ADD PEOPLE’S DESPAIR

PAKISTAN, AFGHANISTAN BACKS ISLAMIST TERRORISM IN CENTRAL ASIA

MAJLES COMMITTEE REJECTS CREDENTIAL OF 3 CONTROVERSIAL MPs 

WOMEN IN MUSLIM SOCIETIES PAY HIGH PRICE TO FUNDAMENTALISM

HARD LINE CLERIC SAYS IRANIAN MPs HAVE NO RIGHTS OUT OF ISLAM

LOYA JIRGA THE BEST WAY FOR PEACEFUL SOLUTION OF AFGHAN WAR

THE NEW SHAH IS STIRRING UP A HURRICANE IN IRAN

RADICAL CLERIC TO LEAD MAJORITY FRACTION IN MAJLES

KHAMENEH'I’S IRAN THE LARGEST JOURNALIST’S PRISON IN THE WORLD

ZAHER SHA’S TEAM SATISFIED AT TALKS WITH TALEBAN ON LOYA JIRG

ARREST OF 2 MORE JOURNALISTS THICKENS CLOUDS OF TERROR IN IRAN

REFUSING TO MEET KHAMENEH’I, ARAFAT CALLED ON KHATAMI FOR HELP

IRTV TURNS AGAINST INTERIOR MINISTER AS 2 JOURNALIST SUMMONED

HARD LINERS TAKE AIM AT INTERIOR MINISTER, WARNS REFORMISTS

LAST REFORMIST PAPER CLOSED, TWO JOURNALISTS SUMMONED

AYATOLLAH MONTAZERI SAYS RULE OF ABSOLUTE LEADER IS ILLEGAL

BY VETOING MAJLES DEBATING PRESS LAW LEADER DUG HIS GRAVE

Mr. YUSEFI-ESHKEVARI ARRESTED AND JAILED IN EVIN PRISON

SHAMELESS IRANIAN CLERICS KEEP SILENCE OVER DROUGHT DISASTER

MR. YUSEFI-ESHKEVARI LEAVES PARIS FOR TEHRAN AMID UNCERTAINTY

IRAN, RUSSIA URGES MEETING OF CASPIAN SEA STATES

 

 

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