|Friends of Humanity Newsletter|
It is little over two weeks after the elections in Iraq and now anyone with smallest familiarity with this region agrees that Iran staged â€œthe biggest cheat in an electionâ€ that has ever happened in the history.
Iran Mullahs spent millions of dollars in order to achieve what their big leader Khomeini could not with the eight year war between Iran and Iraq during the 80s; to establish an Iranian style Islamic Republic in Iraq.
Tehran almost celebrated this victory way in advance before any official election results are announced.
But as millions of Iraqis started pouring into the streets of Baghdad and other cities Mullahsâ€™ sweet dreams started going sour.
According to â€œAl-Siadeâ€ and â€œAl-Zamanâ€, two major Iraq dailies, millions of people came out shouting â€œIran, get out.â€
At the same time about 45 Iraqi organizations and political parties have united to raise voice against Tehranâ€™s mischief.
Well, no one knows what the outcome of international investigation would be but there is one thing for sure and that is the awakening of the people of Iraq and their awareness about the danger of being occupied by â€œfundamentalists.â€
The Sunday Times
THE Pope has used his inaugural new year message to launch a veiled attack on Iranâ€™s hardline leadership.
Pope Benedictâ€™s comments follow calls by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for Israel to be â€œwiped offâ€ the global map and his recent dismissal of the Holocaust.
Delara Darabi a 19-year-old girl is to be executed in Iran according to Aftab state-run daily. She has been alleged to have murdered a woman when she was 17. Her death sentence was issued by a clerical court in the city of Rasht (northern Iran) and endorsed by mullahsâ€™ high court despite her denial of committing the crime.
Delara is a painter and engaged to a man who is sentenced to imprisonment for his involvement in the alleged crime.
Tehran, Jan. 03 (Stop Fundamentalism) â€“ Iran rejected on Tuesday any proposal aimed at defusing the international standoff over its suspected nuclear weapons program which involved Tehran enriching uranium exclusively in Russia.
Also on Tuesday Iran told the International Atomic Energy Agency that it would resume nuclear-fuel research on January 9, a move likely to alarm the West which believes Tehran is seeking to make atom bombs.