Cleric: Islamic Republic System, Only Solution to Palestine problem

Fars News Agency 18 September 2009

Tehran's Provisional Friday Prayers Leader Ayatollah Ahmad Khatami said Friday that the only solution to Palestine problem is the idea of Islamic Republic system.


New protests surge in Iran as Ahmadinejad denies Holocaust again

Christian Science Monitor 18 September 2009
By Kristen Chick

Thousands of Iranian opposition supporters in Tehran defied warnings Friday and marched in protests that were intended as an annual day of solidarity with the Palestinians and later turned violent.


Ahmadinejad: Israel 'will not last long', Holocaust a 'lie' 18 September 2009
By Michael Krebs

At an annual anti-Israel rally, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad repeated his belief that the Holocaust was a 'lie' and said that Israel 'would not last long.' His comments come ahead of a meeting with the U.S. on Iran's nuclear program.

Ahead of an October 1 meeting with the U.S. to discuss Iran's nuclear program, among other topics, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad attended an annual anti-Israel rally in Tehran on Friday - vowing that Israel "will not last long."




France Slams El-Baradei on Iran Nuke Program 10 September 2009

Oh, how things have changed. France is criticizing Mohamed El-Baradei for leaving out evidence in his reports that Iran was working on a nuclear weapon:


Iran ready for international talks, but not on nuclear issue

RIA Novosti 07 September 2009

Iran's president said on Monday he was ready to talk with the five veto-wielding members of the UN Security Council plus Germany but would not discuss its nuclear program, Iran's Press TV reported.


Iran’s Privatization Sham

The Terror Finance Blog 03 September 2009
By Rachel Ehrenfeld

On Sept 9, Iran will stage one of its biggest economic shams, seemingly selling fifty percent of its telecommunication company, Iran Telecom (TCI), to private investors. The well-advertised “privatization” of the company, described as “the biggest of its kind in the history of Tehran Stock Exchange,” is expected to fill Iran’s depleted coffers with $7.9 billion. In addition, Iran plans to privatize 230 companies in


Criminalizing religion: Bad things in Iran

American Chronicle 03 September 2009
By Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury

During past Valentine´s Day, when lovers sent greeting cards to each other, a very special type of card sent from ´Islamic Republic´ Iran was titled ´Will you marry me – temporarily´.
You think I am kidding? Nah! It is all true!


Ahmadinejad's Imam: Raping Prisoners OK

RantRave 03 September 2009
By Rudi Stettner

Meet Mesbah Yazdi, spiritual guide for Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. If you have any illusions about his brand of Islam being a puritanical rejection of western decadence, you need to update your information.





Iran urges Muslims to mobilize against US and Israel 26 August 2009
By Marianne Davis

The White House announced in August 2009 that the war on terrorism is over, but for Iran’s Supreme Leader, the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the war has only begun.


Quds Force: Iran's Islamic Pit Bulls 26 August 2009
By John Duffey

The "Quds Force," an organization that has been mentioned a seemingly infinite number of times by the media, subject matter experts, military officers, and politicians. In fact, it is difficult to discuss insurgency


Ahmadinejad's new cabinet for massacre, terrorism and proliferation of weapons of mass destruction

Maryam Rajavi: the message of this cabinet, absolute repression, expansion of terrorism, final push to complete the occupation of Iraq and the atomic weapon proliferation program


London In Iranian Missile Range Within 3-4 Years

Closing Velocity 21 August 2009

According to Israel's leading missile defense expert Uzi Rubin, Iran's recent advances in multi-staged, solid-fueled missiles will put most of Europe within their reach --- much, much sooner than any US


Chadors in the Cabinet Can't Cloak Iran's Misogyny

Patriot Post 20 August 2009
By Jeff Jacoby

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced on Sunday that for the first time since the 1979 revolution, women will be named to the Iranian Cabinet, a development the news media promptly described as a bid “to soften


Burqa not a part of Islam, say scholars 20 August 2009

New Delhli. The Karnataka college that disallows its students from wearing either burqas or headscarves has found unexpected support amongst a section of Islamic scholars who say rules should be followed


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