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World must be firm on Iranian regime’s threats Mullahs’ human rights violations, export of terrorism and fundamentalism must be stopped
Stopfundamentalism.com
Thursday, 29 December 2005 

Düsseldorf (Germany) – Friends of Humanity joined a rally in central Düsseldorf on December 27   to protest Mullahs’ human rights violations, export of terrorism and fundamentalism. Participants were particularly concerned over the clerical regime’s meddling in Iraq.

“Mullahs’ openly claim success in dominating Iraq and say that they can achieve what they failed in the eight-year war with Saddam,” said a young unemployed graduate from Tehran who recently fled the country. “Mullahs plan to dominate the Middle East after Iraq to establish their Islamic empire,” added Naser who spent two months in prison for participating in student protests in Tehran.

December 27 2005

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Friends of Humanity Newsletter )
Issue 24 December 27 2005
In this issue

  • Rallies to reject Iraq election fraud in favor of groups backed by Iranian Regime
  • Iran hails “The creation of the first Islamist state in the Arab world” in Iraq
  • Bahrain police break up sit-in over cleric’s arrest
  • Torture jails force ouster of Iraq chief
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    I hope everyone had a nice Christmas and for those of you who sent us those little notes of love and friendship I would like to express my gratitude.

    As Christmas celebration was in progress, during the weekend, tensions were still rising in Iraq regarding the dispute over the election results. As pro-Iran groups are celebrating a victory, others are taking to the streets calling the elections a fraud. We have witnessed many demonstrations during the passed couple of days.

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    Rallies to reject Iraq election fraud in favor of groups backed by Iranian Regime

    Demonstrators in Falluja reject election results

    Stopfundamentalism.com, 26 December 2005

    The Iraqi TV channel Alshargheh reported today that on the initiative of city council and religious leaders, people in Falluja took to the street to denounce the election fraud in favor of groups backed by Iran. Demonstrators condemned Iran’s meddling in Iraq, increase of fuel prices and demanded freedom of all prisoners.

    At the end of this rally a statement was read which in part asked the Iraqi government to dismiss the current election commission due to the wide spread election fraud.

    Iran hails “The creation of the first Islamist state in the Arab world” in Iraq

    stopfundamentalism.com

    Tehran, Iran, Dec. 23 – The editorial of Iran’s leading hard-line daily hailed the outcome of Iraq’s parliamentary elections as “the creation of the first Islamist state in the Arab world”, and warned against “American plots” to prevent the formation of the new Iraqi government by Iranian-backed Shiite groups.

    “Of the 275 seats in Iraq’s new parliament, 140 will belong to pious Islamists, 60 will be occupied by Kurds with excellent ties with Iran, and 40 will belong to Sunni Arabs, most of whom want a sovereign, Islamist state”, the daily Kayhan’s Saturday editorial noted. “The new government – including the President, the Prime Minister, the cabinet, the armed forces and the judiciary – will emerge from this new assembly”.

    Bahrain police break up sit-in over cleric’s arrest

    26 December 2005, Stuff.co.nz

    DUBAI: Bahraini police clashed with demonstrators holding a sit-in at the Gulf Arab state’s airport to protest against the arrest of a Shi’ite cleric as he returned from Iran, Al Jazeera television reported.

    Police dispersed the protesters demanding the release of Sheikh Mohammed Sanad, who an Interior Ministry official said was detained hours earlier on security charges as he flew back home after a visit to Iran, the television reported.

    Torture jails force ouster of Iraq chief

    THE WASHINGTON TIMES, December 27, 2005

    By Paul Martin

    LONDON — Iraqi Interior Minister Bayan Jabr, whose ministry is accused of operating clandestine prisons where some detainees were tortured, will vacate his job shortly, security and political sources in Baghdad said yesterday.

    Mr. Jabr has been under pressure to step down since a Nov. 15 raid by U.S. forces of a secret prison in the Baghdad neighborhood of Jadriyah, where 166 prisoners were discovered, most of them Sunni Muslims and some showing signs of torture.

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    Iran won big in Iraq vote, expert says

    Iran won big in Iraq vote, expert saysWASHINGTON, Dec. 27 (UPI) — Iran has won a major victory in the Dec. 15 elections in Iraq, a U.S. expert told a Pakistani newspaper.
     
    Robert Dreyfuss, author of "Devil’s Game," a new book that holds the United States the principal architect of Islamist extremism because of its misguided policies, told the Pakistan Daily Times that the "last hope for peace" in Iraq was lost with the victory of the Shiite religious coalition.

    He described the victorious Shiite coalition as "a fanatical band of fundamentalist Shiite parties backed by Iran, above all to the Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI)," the Daily Times said in a report published Wednesday.

    Iran won big in Iraq vote, expert says

    Iran won big in Iraq vote, expert saysWASHINGTON, Dec. 27 (UPI) — Iran has won a major victory in the Dec. 15 elections in Iraq, a U.S. expert told a Pakistani newspaper.

    Robert Dreyfuss, author of "Devil’s Game," a new book that holds the United States the principal architect of Islamist extremism because of its misguided policies, told the Pakistan Daily Times that the "last hope for peace" in Iraq was lost with the victory of the Shiite religious coalition.

    He described the victorious Shiite coalition as "a fanatical band of fundamentalist Shiite parties backed by Iran, above all to the Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI)," the Daily Times said in a report published Wednesday.

    Major seminar in Berlin exposed Iran’s violations of Human Rights and meddling in Iraq

    Major seminar in Berlin exposed Iran's violations of Human Rights and meddling in Iraq Stopfundamentalism.com
    Wednesday, 28 December 2005

    Berlin (Germany)- Friends Of Humanity co-sponsored a seminar on December 21 to expose Iran’s violations of Human Rights and meddling in Iraq.
     

    First speaker a former Social Democrat member of the German Bundestag, Mrs. Ingrid Holzhüter expressed grave concern over the deteriorating human rights violations in Iran and regretted that the disgraced policy of appeasement had led to the emergence of Ahmadinejad, mullahs’ new president, who is making daily threats to the countries in the region and world over.

    Torture jails force ouster of Iraq chief

    Torture jails force ouster of Iraq chiefTHE WASHINGTON TIMES
    By Paul Martin
    December 27, 2005
    LONDON — Iraqi Interior Minister Bayan Jabr, whose ministry is accused of operating clandestine prisons where some detainees were tortured, will vacate his job shortly, security and political sources in Baghdad said yesterday. 

     Mr. Jabr has been under pressure to step down since a Nov. 15 raid by U.S. forces of a secret prison in the Baghdad neighborhood of Jadriyah, where 166 prisoners were discovered, most of them Sunni Muslims and some showing signs of torture.

    Rallies to reject Iraq election fraud in favor of groups backed by Iranian Regime

    Demonstrators in Falluja reject election results

    Demonstrators in Falluja reject election results Stopfundamentalism.com
    26 December 2005

    The Iraqi TV channel Alshargheh reported today that on the initiative of city council and religious leaders, people in Falluja took to the street to denounce the election fraud in favor of groups backed by Iran. Demonstrators condemned Iran’s meddling in Iraq, increase of fuel prices and demanded freedom of all prisoners.

    At the end of this rally a statement was read which in part asked the Iraqi government to dismiss the current election commission due to the wide spread election fraud.

    Bahrain police break up sit-in over cleric’s arrest

    The pro-Western island state, headquarters of the US Navy's Fifth Fleet, witnessed political unrest in the 1980s and the 1990s by its Shi'ite Muslim majority who were demanding more rights from the Sunni-led government.26 December 2005, Stuff.co.nz
     
    DUBAI: Bahraini police clashed with demonstrators holding a sit-in at the Gulf Arab state’s airport to protest against the arrest of a Shi’ite cleric as he returned from Iran, Al Jazeera television reported.

    Police dispersed the protesters demanding the release of Sheikh Mohammed Sanad, who an Interior Ministry official said was detained hours earlier on security charges as he flew back home after a visit to Iran, the television reported.

    Reining in Iran

    Reining in IranBy Bill Frist, BILL FRIST (R-Tenn.) is Senate majority leader.

    Los Angeles Times, December 26, 2005

    IRAN’S RULING mullahs have waged a 26-year campaign to suppress dissent, support terror and pursue a nuclear weapons program. In recent weeks, it has become clear that international efforts to stop Iran’s atomic program have failed to bear fruit. Unless we act quickly, the United States will have a nuclear crisis on its hands.

    Today’s Iran presents a sharp contrast between a ruling class hostile to the world and a populace ready to rejoin the global community. The Iranian people’s desire for freedom, however, hasn’t stopped the nation’s leaders from trying to build a fearsome arsenal.

    Iran hails “The creation of the first Islamist state in the Arab world” in Iraq

    Iran hails “The creation of the first Islamist state in the Arab world” in Iraqstopfundamentalism.com
    25 December 2005
    Tehran, Iran, Dec. 23 – The editorial of Iran’s leading hard-line daily hailed the outcome of Iraq’s parliamentary elections as “the creation of the first Islamist state in the Arab world”, and warned against “American plots” to prevent the formation of the new Iraqi government by Iranian-backed Shiite groups.

    “Of the 275 seats in Iraq’s new parliament, 140 will belong to pious Islamists, 60 will be occupied by Kurds with excellent ties with Iran, and 40 will belong to Sunni Arabs, most of whom want a sovereign, Islamist state”, the daily Kayhan’s Saturday editorial noted. “The new government – including the President, the Prime Minister, the cabinet, the armed forces and the judiciary – will emerge from this new assembly”.