Iran Singing to Nuclear Song

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Dancers performed the “nuclear dance” at the ceremony when Iran Ahmadinejad announced the completion of Iran’s nuclear cycle. Dancers are performing as they hold capsules of uranium hexafluoride during a ceremony in Mashad, Iran.

Stop Fundamentalism, June 26 – The Persian language daily, Rouz reported today that Iran’s Cultural Ministry has called on Iranian musicians to compose new songs about “peaceful nuclear energy.”

In line with this invitation, the Tehran Philharmonic Orchestra will perform a presentation called “Peaceful Nuclear Energy” by Behzad Abdi, composer during the “government week” in Tehran.

The production manager of the Tehran Philharmonic said, “A guest conductor, Loris Tjeknavorian, will present the piece during three nights in Tehran.”

During recent months Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, president of Iranian regime has been using the Iranian media to turn the nuclear crisis into the top issue of the country.  This has created foolish scenes at times such as the “Nuclear Cake Dance” picture when Iran announced its completion of uranium enrichment cycle. 

Ahmadinejad recently described the nuclear development in the county to be “holy.”