|Friends of Humanity Newsletter|
Iran exports terrorism and fundamentalism for a reason. It is to conceal its internal Human Rights record.
While Iranâ€™s nuclear and terrorism activities have been getting a lot of international attention during the past months the Human Rights records seem to be forgotten.
Last week, the European Union issued a statement calling for â€œusing United Nations instrumentsâ€ to stop Tehranâ€™s violations.
Iranâ€™s Human Rights record should be taken before the Security Council as the nuclear and terrorism file and at the same time.
We must remember one thing, getting more time is all this government wants and that should not be given to it.
stopfundamentalism.com, 22 December 2005
Tehran has built a network of tunnels and underground facilities to conceal parts of its nuclear program.
The facilities conceal nuclear research workshops, atomic equipment and missile command and control centers.
These underground facilities have been constructed in at least 14 sites near Tehran, Isfahan, and Qom.
35 Iraqi political groups demand international probe into alleged vote-rigging, threaten to boycott new parliament.
Middle East Onlne, 22 December2005
BAGHDAD – Thirty-five Iraqi political groups, including secular Shiites and Sunni Arabs, on Thursday rejected early results announced in the wake of last week’s general elections and called for a new poll.
The groups, including the main Sunni Arab coalition, a secular Shiite bloc headed by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, and the National Congress headed by former minister Ahmed Chalabi, also demanded an international probe into alleged vote-rigging and threatened to boycott the new parliament.
Stop Iran’s exporting fundamentalism and terrorism into Iraq
stopfundamentalisn.com, 22 December 2005
FoH supported a seminar in Huston, Texas calling for a halt on exportation of terrorism and fundamentalism into Iraq by the Iranian regime.
The speakers included, Mr. John Gibes representing Congressman Mr. Alan Green, Mrs. Mary Castle an economist and Mr. George Hernandez a Human Rights activist. Mrs. Sheila Jackson Lee also addressed the seminar in a written message.