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Walkout from Durban II

CNN 20 April 2009

The opening of a United Nations conference in Switzerland on anti-racism was marred by chaotic scenes Monday as protests and a walkout by delegates disrupted a controversial address by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. The presence of the Iranian leader at the conference had already prompted Israel to withdraw its

 

True voice of Iran precedes Ahmadinejad at Durban II

UN Watch 20 April 2009

Just moments before Iranian President Ahmadinejad was set to address the Durban Review Conference today, another gathering in the Palais des Nations challenged the U.N. for giving a forum– during a conference meant to address racism and intolerance– to a leader who violates the rights of his own people and incites genocide.

 

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Phares: Iran's Missiles Will Soon Reach to United States

NewsMax.com  14 April 2009
By Jim Meyers

Global terrorism and Middle Eastern expert Walid Phares tells Newsmax that within the next five years, the radical regime in Iran will have a missile capable of reaching North America.

 

Iran: Two Christian Women Imprisoned

Compass Direct News 14 April 2009

Held with no legal counsel for over a month, they suffer illness in notorious prison.

 

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Iran's Representative in the Knesset - Haneen Zuabi

Daniel Pipes Blog 01 April 2009

With a new parliament about to be sworn in in Israel, one member to watch is Haneen Zuabi of the Balad party. Her lesser distinction is as the first woman to represent an Arab party in the Knesset.

 

Brigitte Gabriel criticizes Obama's message to Iran

Brigitte Gabriel of Act! for America critique's Obama's Nowruz video and his diplomatic naivete in general on the O'Reilly Factor (Laura Ingraham sitting in).

 

Government inviting the foulest regimes into our education system

Guardian 01 April 2009
By Robin Simcox

The Iranian government has revealed that it is in talks with British Islamic studies departments to "train and educate experts on Islam". The UK government has subsequently announced these Islamic studies

 

Britons welcome Iran's Shah Abbas

PRESS TV, IRAN 30 March 2009

A British Museum staffer says the Shah Abbas: The Remaking of Iran exhibition has been well received by Iran enthusiasts in London.

 

CAIR Applauds Obama's Iran Outreach

Yahoo! News 24 March 2009

WASHINGTON. The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) today applauded President Obama's recent efforts to engage Iran in a non-confrontational manner.

 

Carnival and Islam

FrontPage magazine.com  23 March 2009
By David Solway

Allah did not create man so that he could have fun. The aim of creation was for mankind to be put to the test through hardship and prayer. An Islamic regime must be serious in every field. There are no jokes in Islam. There is no humour in Islam. There is no fun in Islam. There can be no fun or joy in whatever is serious.

 

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Blogger jailed for insulting leaders dies in Iran's Evin prison

New York. The Committee to Protect Journalists called today for an immediate investigation into the March 18 death of an Iranian blogger imprisoned in Tehran's notorious Evin prison?.

 

Islamism vs Nationalism?

Family Security Matters  19 March 2009
By Manda Zand-Ervin

Justifying the policy of continuation of dialogue with “Iran,” some Middle East experts have finally arrived to the conclusion that nationalism is the reason for the Islamic regime’s persistence on becoming a nuclear power

 
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