Stop Fundamentalism – While the Iranian government is trying very hard to keep the value of its currency Riyal from falling further, in face of a European total oil embargo against the country, it seems once again Riyal is going for a dive.
Stop Fundamentalism – Iran’s Internet Police has arrested a man allegedly for selling satellite connection to the internet. The authorities say they traced the man through his website where he sold accounts to users who wanted to be able to access the internet via satellite.
Stop Fundamentalism – The German engineering giant, Siemens, has communicated in writings to a number of Iranian officials that it is no longer capable of provisioning and servicing Iran’s South Pars Gas project. The company has been the main provider of gas turbines and compressors to Iran’s oil projects during the past two decades.
Stop Fundamentalism – Over a hundred young Afghans demonstrated in Kabul, in front of Iranian Embassy, protesting hangings of Afghan nationals by this country and its involvement in Afghanistan, reported RIANOVOSTI Wednesday. Protester burned the Iranian flag in protest, chanting “down with Iran, Khamenei and Ahmadinejad.”
LONDON, April 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- On the anniversary of the April 8, massacre of the residents of Camp Ashraf, International Solidarity for a Democratic Change in Iran (ISDCI) calls on UN, US and EU to take necessary steps to guarantee safety and basic human rights of the residents. ISDCI also calls on US Secretary Clinton to, firstly, uphold her last year's December 25 commitment for a "robust Monitoring" by the U.S. at Camp Liberty and secondly remove the terror tag on the Iran's most important opposition movement, the MEK, which is an absolute necessity to facilitate resettlement to third countries.
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