Turkey warm to storing Iranian uranium

Jerusalem Post 13 November 2009

Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz said on Friday that if asked, his country would be willing to temporarily store Iran's enriched uranium to help defuse a standoff over Western suspicions that


U.S. authorities to seize four mosques and 36-storey New York skyscraper that are 'under secret control of Iran'

Mail Online 13 Nov 2009

U.S. prosecutors have moved to seize four American mosques and a Manhattan skyscraper owned by a Muslim organisation they suspect is secretly controlled by the Iranian government.


Tehran says no guarantee Reiss will remain free

France24 12 November 2009

Iran on Wednesday rejected France's demand for guarantees that a French female academic currently resident in its Tehran embassy will not be remanded in custody if she attends her next trial


Ahmadinejad meets Turkish leaders in Istanbul

WashingtonTV 9 November 2009

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad held meeting with Turkish President Abdullah Gul and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul on Sunday.


Iran: Mullahs resort to hand amputation

Iranian regime’s deputy chief of police, Asghar Jafari, said on Sunday: "Police is ready to carry out hand amputation to deal with robberies,” state-run news agency reported.


Ahmadinejad, Karzai star at Islamic summit

France24 9 November 2009

Iranian President MahmoudAhmadinejad took the centre stage at the one-day Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC) summit in Istanbul, after Sudanese President Omar al-Beshir, wanted by a UN


Qatari Emir in Tehran for regional talks

Alalam News Network 5 November 2009

Qatar's Emir, Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al Thani, arrived in Tehran on Thursday for an official visit to the Islamic Republic.


Video: Terrorstate Iran may be behind the financing of first mosque in Denmark

Liberties Alliance 02 November 2009

News from Denmark October 2009. The first mosque is about to be constructed in Copenhagen, Denmark with funding from the terror state Iran. The local city council approved the construction.


Ahmadinejad to visit Turkey for OIC economic summit

Xinhua  02 November 2009
By Xiong Tong 

Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will depart to Turkey on Nov. 8 to take part in the economic summit of Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) in the country, the official IRNA news agency


US report criticizes religious freedom abuses in Iran

WashingtonTV Oct 27 2009

The US State Department named Iran as one of the world’s worst offenders in abusing religious freedom, in an annual report released on Monday.


Draft nuclear deal is a victory for Iran

Haaretz 22 Oct 2009

The already distant option of military action against Iran drew even further away on Wednesday, as a draft agreement on Iran's nuclear program dealt a serious blow to chances that the United States will attack Iran.


Iran trapped in a ring of unrest

Asia Times 22 Oct 2009

Sunday's suicide bomb attack on a conference hall in the Pishin region of Iran's vast Sistan and Balochistan province is by all accounts a major blow against the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), the most important military and security institution in the country.


Daughter Of Ahmadinejad Adviser Seeks Asylum In Germany

Spiegel Online  14 October 2009
By Cathrin Schaer

Young Iranian filmmaker Narges Kalhor is seeking political asylum in Germany after showing a film critical of the Tehran regime at a film festival. Kalhor, whose father is one of Iranian President Mahmoud


German Ship Transporting Arms for Iran

Spiegel Online  12 October 2009

US troops boarded a German-owned freighter in early October and found eight containers full of ammunition, allegedly headed to Syria from Iran. The shipment is in violation of a UN weapons embargo and has become


Video: IAEA Official - Iran is Capable of Producing Nuclear Bombs Less Than 2 Yrs

MEMRITVVideos 08 October 2009

Fmr. Senior IAEA Official: Iran is Capable of Producing Nuclear Bombs Less Than 2 Yrs


My name is Farshad Kholghi, and I am a free man

EuropeNews 30 Sept 2009
By Farshad Kholghi

I love my freedom, which was granted me through the courage of my parents to defy grafity and flee from Iran of the fundamentalists. We fled to Denmark, because my parents belong to the Bahai' faith, a new Iranian religion favouring equality, democratic thinking and enlightenment for all. It was banned when the Islamists seized power in Iran in 1979.

Today, whenever you turn on the television and see news from Iran, it is either an awfully angry man with a full beard screaming “Death to the West!”, or an awfully angry woman, with headscarf and a full beard, shoulting “Death to Israel and the USA!”

But the Iran that I remember is something very different.


Moscow concerned over Iran missile program - envoy

RIA Novosti  29 September 2009

Iran's missile program cannot but cause Russia to be concerned against the backdrop of the Islamic Republic's unresolved nuclear issues, Russia's envoy to NATO said on Tuesday.



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