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Monday, January 21, 2008

The Latest News on the Islamic republic of Idiots

Iranian Security Forces Arrest American Spies At Iran-Pakistan Border

IRGC Weekly "Sobh-e Sadeq": Iranian Security Forces Arrest American Spies At Iran-Pakistan Border -The Iranian weekly Sobh-e Sadeq, the mouthpiece of Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei circulated among the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), stated that Iranian security forces have arrested a number of American spies at the Iran-Pakistan border. It said that the spies entered Iran illegally. The paper said, "On the Americans were found half a million dollars, modern spy cameras, and maps of sensitive areas in Iran." -Source: Sobh-e Sadeq, Iran, January 13, 2008

Blast kills British soldier in southern Afghanistan -British Soldier Killed By Afghan Mine
skynews Monday, January 21, 2008 2:05:00 PM CET :Security;
The mine apparently exploded underneath the vehicle they were travelling in. The Ministry of Defence said the victim was with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers attached to the 5th Regiment Royal Artillery. The casualties were evacuated by helicopter to a medical facility at Camp Bastion and Kandahar airfield.... More articles...

Iranian Revolutionary Guards Perpetuate Terror Within and Without

"Cold blooded murders", a friend of mine cried out recently as she recalled gruesome memories from Iran while reflecting on the newly levied sanctions against Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC). Encouraged and emboldened, her voice was filled with anger, determination, and a newfound hope that echoed the braveness of dissident university students in Iran of today. All a reminder that the Presidential executive orders 13382 and 13224 carry a subtle but dual benefit affecting not only Iranian regime's activities abroad, but also its enemies within.

Iranian Authorities Ban Media From Covering Avian Flu
Iranian authorities have prohibited the country's media from covering the problem of avian flu in Iran. Knowledgeable sources in the presidential institution told the reformist daily Rooz that "the reason for the censoring is that the crisis stems from the cold, and from the difficulties emanating from it." According to Iranian press reports from the past few months, several people have become ill with the disease. Source: Rooz, Iran, January 16, 2007

Security official urges U.S. to try to influence Iran public opinion
haaretzdaily Sunday, January 20, 2008 10:49:00 AM CET
The Iranian population is only around 50 percent Persian, with Azeris making up 25 percent of the population, while Kurds, Arabs and various other ethnic groups constitute the rest. These groups' interests do not always coincide with the policies of the current regime and the official argued that.......

Bush Gets Help From UBS, Deutsche Bank in Iran Sanctions Effort (Bloomberg)
Bloomberg - Jan. 18 (Bloomberg) -- President George W. Bush is getting from UBS AG and Deutsche Bank AG what is eluding him at the United Nations: effective pressure on Iran to curb its nuclear ambitions....

Iranian Paper: UAE Leaders Will Pay Price For Bush Visit : Source: Jomhouri-e Eslami, Iran, January 15,

In an editorial, the Iranian daily Jomhouri-e Eslami stated that the rulers of the UAE "will pay the price for permitting the Great Satan to distort [the image of] Iran" during his visit there.
The paper said that the UAE rulers "are ignoring Bush's crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan" and that Bush is "baring talons and teeth" towards Iran because Iran's nuclearization has become "a huge nightmare for him and for his partners."

Iranian Gov't Body Asks Iranian Media To Present Bush Visit In Negative Light :
The online reformist daily Rooz reports that the Supreme National Security Council has instructed the media to portray President Bush's Middle East visit as "unsuccessful and pointless." The paper stated that in a previous incident, the council asked the media not to report that the resignation of Ali Larijani as council secretary stemmed from a dispute with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

Ahmadinejad's Spiritual Mentor To Step Down From Institute Leadership : Source: Alef, Iran, January 15, 2008 :
The Iranian website Alef, which is affiliated with conservative MP Ahmad Tavakkoli, director of the Majlis Strategic Research Center, reported that the spiritual mentor of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Ayatollah Mohammad Taqi Mesbah-e Yazdi, is planning to resign his post as head of the Imam Khomeini Education & Research Institute, due to the serious migraines from which he suffers. The site also reported that Mesbah-e Yazdi was unable to join last week's trip to Yazd by Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei because of a worsening in his condition.

Iranian Presidential Officials Confiscate Reporters' Transcripts Of Ahmadinejad Speech : Source: Norooz News, Iran, January 14, 2008:
An Iranian reformist website reports that senior officials in the institution of the presidency have prevented the publication of a speech made by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to preachers early last week, and have taken transcripts of the speech from correspondents who covered the event. According to the website, the transcripts of Ahmadinejad's speech, which was on the subject of religion, were confiscated because his speech contained statements contrary to the positions of Iran's senior ayatollahs.

U.S. Media Says ColumbiaUniversity Lecturers Deny Group Planning To Visit Iran To Apologize To Ahmadinejad : Iranian daily:
The Iranian daily Jomhouri-e Eslami reports that according to the U.S. media, Columbia University lecturers have denied the news that a group of lecturers from the university planned to visit the country to apologize to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Source: Jomhouri-e Eslami, Iran, January 10, 2008

Hundreds Arrested In Bandar-Turkman :
Iranian security and Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) forces have arrested over 350 people following rioting two weeks ago in the city of Bandar-Turkman, on the Caspian Sea.
The rioting had been in protest against the coast guard's killing of a local Sunni youth and the wounding of two of his friends. The detainees' families were told that their relatives had been transported to the city of Zahedan, in the southeast of the country.


Anonymous said...

Why do you still insult Iran? What do you want from these people and country? Is USA really better country? It seems not. It seems that USA is country of corruption, big morons and agressive imperialists, who want to rule over the world for every prise. Write one time something about your country.

Bahramerad said...

You are either deaf, blind or just plain stupid. These pages are ALL about Iran - but a Free, Independent and a Democratic Iran - not the one ruled on by a bunch of retard mullah Idiots like the Fascist Taleban in Ghom and Tehran.
And NO - nobody here supports the Americans-In fact it was their God Damned policies which were the cause of the last 28 years of misery in Iran by inventing and promoting the GREEN belt of Islam, the ayatholas, the taleban, and other various Islamic terrorist. Death to the Peanut head, Jimmy Carter and his gang of retarded democratic blood suckers who conspired to change the Iranian regium under the Pahlavi kings and replaced it with the Fascist Mullah's.