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Friday, September 19, 2008

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Iran: Hard-line President Thanks Allah for New Sanctions
Tehran -- Iran's hardline President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has said his country should "thank Allah" for any further sanctions the United Nations Security Council may approve against it. more

Posted 19/9/2008 @ 12:13:23 GMT
Iran's Top Leader Firms Up Backing for Ahmadinejad
TEHRAN -- Iran's top authority told politicians on Friday to stop squabbling that was undermining the government, in a fresh sign of support for President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his cabinet before the 2009 election. more

Posted 19/9/2008 @ 12:7:11 GMT
How Not to Toast a Tyrant
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad won’t be given a prestigious academic podium this time in New York when he returns to address the United Nations General Assembly on September 23, but neither will he be given the kind of reception befitting a dangerous tyrant. In fact, he will receive another propaganda gift perhaps more valuable than last year’s Columbia University forum. more

Posted 19/9/2008 @ 11:39:7 GMT
Russia Ratchets Up US Tensions with Arms Sales to Iran
Russia defied the United States yesterday by announcing plans to sell military hardware to Iran and Venezuela. more

Posted 19/9/2008 @ 11:16:59 GMT
Ahmadinejad: Israel Won't Survive in Any Shape or Form
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad lashed out again at Israel on Thursday, saying that it won't survive in any shape or form. Speaking to reporters, the hard-line leader smirked at a former mantra of the Israeli right of a Greater Israel that would include Palestinian territories. The idea has since been abandoned, with Israeli consensus now that there will be a Palestinian state alongside Israel. more

Posted 19/9/2008 @ 11:11:6 GMT
Study Group Questions Military Action Against Iran
The next president would be wise to make contingency plans for a military attack against Iran, but even a successful strike might not stop Tehran's development of nuclear weapons, a bipartisan study group has concluded. more

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