December 14 2005

Friends of Humanity Newsletter )
16th Issue December 14 2005
In this issue

  • Police Seize Forged Ballots Headed to Iraq From Iran
  • Iraqi women condemned Iran’ meddling in Iraq
  • Iran’s Ahmadinejad says Holocaust a myth
  • Bombs found near Iranian border
  • Friends of Humanity co-sponsors Paris HR Exhibit

    On Thursday 15th December, over 15 million Iraqis will go to the polls to vote for their favorite candidates. The calm in streets today shows that everyone wants the election to be successful.

    After three years of war and violence, Iraq is going to have a new parliament.

    Monday many Iraqi women took to the streets of Iraq to warn Iran not to interfere in their elections.

    Although Iran has been asked many times not to interfere, this country continues to push for its own list of candidates. That is besides preparing false ballots and using violence to create chaos.


    Police Seize Forged Ballots Headed to Iraq From Iran

    New York Times

    By DEXTER FILKINS Published: December 14, 2005

    BAGHDAD, Iraq, Dec. 13 – Less than two days before nationwide elections, the Iraqi border police seized a tanker on Tuesday that had just crossed from Iran filled with thousands of forged ballots, an official at the Interior Ministry said.

    The tanker was seized in the evening by agents with the American-trained border protection force at the Iraqi town of Badra, after crossing at Munthirya on the Iraqi border, the official said. According to the Iraqi official, the border police found several thousand partly completed ballots inside.

    Iraqi women condemned Iran’ meddling in Iraq

    stopfundamentalismcom Wednesday, 14 December 2005

    Iraqi women warned Iranian regime in a raly not to interfere in their country’s internal affairs. Women from Diyala province called for active participation of all Iraqis in upcoming elections on December 15 in a bid to combat Islamic fundamentalist threats from Iran.

    In their gathering n Monday, women activitsts called on the international community to help prevent Iranian regimes’ plans to influence the result of the elections on Thursday.

    Speakers called on their compatriots to vote for candidates who are proven true nationalists and opposed to fundamentalism.

    One of the activists warned that the Iranian regime and its proxies do not want women to take part in the elections and spoke of torture centers set up by the agents of the regime to suppress anti- fundamentalist elements and movements.

    Iran’s Ahmadinejad says Holocaust a myth

    TEHRAN (Reuters) – Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Wednesday the Holocaust was a myth, reiterating a view that has caused international uproar and drawn a rebuke from the U.N. Security Council.

    “They have fabricated a legend under the name ‘Massacre of the Jews’, and they hold it higher than God himself, religion itself and the prophets themselves,” he told a crowd in the southeastern city of Zahedan.

    Bombs found near Iranian border

    The Press Association Wed 14 Dec 2005

    Iraqi border guards have discovered another cache of explosives aimed at killing British soldiers.

    The weapons were discovered around 12 miles from the Iranian frontier, close to the border between Basra and Maysan provinces in British-controlled southern Iraq.

    Captain Ranith De Silva, of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards battlegroup at Amara in Maysan province, said the seizure happened last month, but details have only now been revealed.

    Friends of Humanity co-sponsors Paris HR Exhibit

    Paris exhibition celebrating the international human rights day the 10th.of December

    On the 58th anniversary of universal declaration of Human Rights, an exhibition was organized in Paris to show “25 years of repression and tyranny” by Iranian government.

    The “Iranian Society for arts & Culture” organized this event in conjunction with “Friends of Humanity,” “lawyers in exile,” Academicians & Professionals Society in Exile,” “The international federation of women against fundamentalism,” and the “Iranian Women’s Society in France.”

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