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Thursday, June 19, 2008

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Iran on Its Heels
For the first time since 2003, Iran has stumbled in Iraq. Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's decision to confront Moqtada al-Sadr's Mahdi Army in Basra and Sadr City last month caught Tehran off guard. The Mahdi Army lost more than face: It surrendered large caches of arms, and many of its leaders fled or were killed or captured

Sunni Group Claims Bombing of Iran Mosque
DUBAI -- A little-known Iranian Sunni dissident group says it was behind a deadly mosque bombing in southern Iran, which Tehran blames on the United States, Britain, and Israel, according to an Internet statement.

16 Top Security Guards Were Captured by Baloch Fighters
In an interview on 17 June 08 with Dr Nourizadeh of Chanel one TV, the spokesman of the Peoples Resistance Movement of Iran, Jondollah, wowed to continue their struggle until the Islamic Republic of Iran is overthrown.

U-turns on Iran
Stonewalling. Obfuscation. Threats. Two years of Iranian intransigence have removed any doubt that the leadership in Tehran is determined to develop the technology for a nuclear bomb -- if not the weapons themselves -- as quickly as possible. And after more than two years of giving Iran the benefit of every doubt, and last weekend sweetening their offer of incentives if it agreed to suspend nuclear enrichment, the European Union and Britain announced Monday that they will at last impose tougher financial sanctions.'

Accomplices' of Man Who Criticised Clerics Nabbed
TEHRAN -- Iran's judiciary said on Tuesday it has detained six people and was in pursuit of five more linked to a man arrested after making unprecedented allegations against top Iranian clerics.

US Senate Panel Approves Iran Sanctions Legislation
A U.S. Senate panel has approved legislation that would tighten sanctions against Iran in an effort to press that country to halt its uranium enrichment program. The bill would also increase pressure on Russia as well as U.S. companies that do business with Iran. The action comes in the wake of President Bush's week-long tour of Europe, where he sought support from European Union leaders for tougher sanctions on Iran. VOA's Deborah Tate reports from Capitol Hill

How Iran Would Retaliate if it Comes to War
Military analysts say the Islamic Republic would strike back in unconventional ways – targeting American interests in Iraq and Afghanistan..

Israel carried out a major military exercise earlier this month that American officials say appeared to be a rehearsal for a potential bombing attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities. Several American officials said the Israeli exercise appeared to be an effort to develop the military’s capacity to carry out long-range strikes and to demonstrate the seriousness with which Israel views Iran’s nuclear program.

By Michael R. Gordon and Eric Schmitt

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