Stop Fundamentalism – Iranian regime foreign ministry called the European Union’s announced ban on Iranian oil imports, illogical and unjustifiable, in a statement released yesterday by the ministry.
Stop Fundamentalism – Foreign Ministers of the European Union Member States voted Monday to ban import of oil from Iran as a reaction to Iran’s defiance of international concern regarding its clandestine nuclear activities.
The European Ministers who met in Brussels today also agreed to freeze all accounts held by Iranian Central Bank throughout Europe.
Stop Fundamentalism - Hundreds of demonstrators in Geneva formed a human chain, despite heavy whether condition, connecting UN’s High Commission for Human Rights headquarters in this city to High Commission for Refugees Friday to show concern about the safety of Iranian exiles living in Camp Ashraf, Iraq.
The situation becomes more critical as the deadline for the 3400 residents of Camp Ashraf draws near.
Iraqi forces attacked the camp last April killing 36 residents and wounding hundreds in a raid that was condemned by the international community. The residents of the camp are unarmed.
Stop Fundamentalism – France is taking a strong stance against Iranian government and is calling for tougher measures against the country as an answer to its ignorance of the international community’s demands to come clean about its nuclear development program.
Alain Juppe, French Minister of Foreign Affairs, told reporters that he is certain that “Iran is pursuing the development of nuclear arms.” He said that last IAEA report was “quite explicit on this point.”
French Parlement Publication – LE COURRIER DU PARLEMENT - December 2011 (Partial Translation)
Living in Camp Ashraf north of Baghdad, the Mujahedin-e Khalq, MEK, fear an Iraqi military assault.
The situation of Iranian exiles in Iraq, especially in Camp Ashraf, 80 Kilometers north of Baghdad is still unknown in Europe and France. The 3400 Iranian opposition members of Mujahedin-e Khalq, MEK are constantly threatened by the Iraqi Army. An attack on the camp back in April 2011 cost the lives of 36 residents and tens of injuries.
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