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Iran: Dream of becoming a regional power

Senior official: Iran is becoming a regional power able to confront US with suicide operations

ElBaradei

Iran’s nuclear issue is expected to be discussed at the Security Council in early May.


April 29, 2006 (Stop Fundamentalism) – An Iranian television program aired an interview with Mohsen Rezai, secretary of the State Exigency Council.  This interview reveals some of the behind the scene discussions in between the high rank officials of Iran.

“The nuclear, human rights and long-range missile issues are all pretexts to prevent Iran’s progress.” Rezaie said. 

“But we are breaking the blockade. Our influence in Iraq, Afghanistan and the Persian Gulf region shows that we are transforming from a national government to a regional power” Rezai bragged about Tehran’s active involvement in Iraq, Lebanon and other countries.  “A giant is slowly growing up in Iran, gaining dominance in its surrounding area. If it is empowered economically and technologically parallel to the political issues, after 20 or 30 years, when the west lifts its head, it will see that a small but regional empire has taken shape” he continued.

Referring to the transfer of Iran’s nuclear file to the UN Security Council by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) he concluded, “Therefore, the nuclear issue is a pretext to prevent Iran’s progress.”

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The Global Center for Islamic Studies in Qum (GCISQ)

An Institution for training of fundamentalism and terrorism

Stop  Fundamentalism Reports

terroristsThe school is designed specially for the propose of training foreign agents carrying terror assignments under the Mullahs’ regime directions in Iran.  On the out set, the institute is advocating spread of Islam in the rest of the world, however its real task is to brain wash and turn young recruits into time bombs ready to explode at mullahs’ orders.

From the early days of emergence of Islamic regime in Iran, back in late 1970s, recruiting, training and dispatching young recruits  to other countries as missionaries of Khomeini’s thoughts has been the order of the day.  In September of 1979, the "Guardian Council of Foreign Students" was established in Qum’s main theological center and began its work in Hojjateh institute.

In 1986, with small changes in the formation of this body, "Global Center for Islamic Science" came to existence.

In the 90s, Khomeini emerged as the Supreme Leader of the Mullahs’ regime with the power to choose the head of GCIS directly.

Khamanei: Assault on Iran will damage American interestes all over the world

Nuclear showdown iranApril 26, 2006 (Stop Fundamentalism) – Ayatollah Ali Khamanei, Iran’s Supreme Leader, speaking to a crowed this morning warned US that any attack on Iran would put American interests all over the world at jeopardy, Fars News Agency reported today April 26. 

“Iranian people and the Islamic Order will not assault anyone,” Khamanei said claiming the Islamic Republic to be a peaceful government.  “But the Americans should know if they assault on the Islamic Iran their interests, anywhere in the world that they are, will be harmed and Iran will answer any hit with twice as much force” he emphasized.

Obese parrot, plump dogs and capitalism

The American Thinker

An article in yesterday’s British Guardian reported with some alarm that

obesity among Britain’s pets has become so acute that three-quarters of vets now run fat clinics to combat the problem.

So dire things have gotten that even the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals got into the act with its inspectors attending to several cases which involved not only dogs but also a donkey and a parrot. As a result, the esteemed Society felt compelled to urge pet owners

to watch the weight of their pets and to stop feeding them junk food. It cited the case of a dog that had grown to almost double its normal weight after being fed a diet that included breakfast fry-ups.

I just can’t stop marveling at the prosperity-generating power of capitalism.

Has there ever before been a socio-economic system where pet obesity reached epidemic proportions?

Historical and Judicial truth about Iran’s terrorism

Stephen Rajavi

Stephen Rajavi


Stephen Rajavi

The first day of spring this year, the Investigative Magistrate, Jacques Antenen in Canton of Vaud of Switzerland, issued an arrest warrant for the murderer of my father Kazem Rajavi.  Very soon, the computer monitors of all police stations around the world will display the name and face of Ali Fallahian, the former Intelligence Minister of the Iranian regime.

This will be a proud moment to remember for the judge in the town of Lausanne for bringing once again the “historical” and the “judicial” truth together.  No intelligent service had any doubts in the involvement of Iranian senior officials in this murder.

The theocracy of Rafsanjani, Iran’s President at the time of my father’s assassination and the current chief of Iran’s Expediency Council, and his predecessors must now answer.  While the sentence came in late but it displayed the Judiciary’s independence since no governmental ranks of command was able to interfere.  This is also the result of Vaud’s police hard work.

Just before the death of Ayatollah Rohollah Khomeini and the death decree against Salman Rushdi, Islamic Regime had adapted East Germany’s Intelligent Services during the 1950s. 

Iran: Threats Continue

Larijani press conference

Ali Larijani, Iran’s Top Nuclear Negotiator


April 25, 2006 (Stop Fundamentalism)- Ali Larijani, the secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council and Tehran’s top nuclear negotiator said Tuesday that Iran will cut off its relations with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) if the UN Security Council imposes sanctions against it.

"If sanctions are imposed on Iran, then we will suspend our relations with the IAEA," Larijani cautioned the international community

Iran has caused and international standoff since 2003 when the Iranian opposition uncovered its clandestine nuclear activities.  IAEA referred Iran to the UN Security Council last year for noncompliance with its commitments to the None Proliferation Agreement which Iran is a signatory of.

Regarding a military attack Larijani said, "If the USA attacks Iran’s nuclear facilities, we will stop acting transparently in the nuclear field and continue covert nuclear work at other facilities," he said.

Iran President: No US talks

April 24, 2006 (Stop Fundamentalism) – Mahmoud Ahmedinejad, President of the theocratic government in Iran at a press conference in Tehran, said today that there was no need for talks with the United States over Iraq now that a permanent government had been formed there.

Regarding possible UN Security Council sanctions against Iran, Ahmadinejad said that it would be a "mistake" for other countries to introduce sanctions on Iran.

"If they place limitations on us it will be more damaging to them than to us," Ahmedinejad said.  "I think it is very unlikely for them to be so stupid as to do that."
 

New Prime Minister has 30 Days to form Cabinet

Car Bomb

Policmen investigating a car blast


Monday April 24, 2006 (Stop Fundamentalism) – A roadside bomb, two drive-by shootings and a mortar round brings the number of people killed in Iraq to 36 including 3 American soldiers since yesterday, as prime minister-designate Jawad al-Maliki begins his task of putting together a Cabinet and his new government.

The selection of Al-Maliki bring a deadlock between political parties in Iraq since December elections to an end while the bigger challenges, forming the government and calming the sectarian war that is tearing this country apart, are still left to be resolved.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister-designate Jawad al-Maliki began assembling a cabinet out of Iraq’s Shi’ite, Sunni, and Kurdish parties.  Al-Maliki, a Shi’ite, has 30 days to do it under the Iraqi constitution, being under U.S. pressure to move more quickly.

Israel will be annihilated in one storm, says Ahmadinejad

Israel iranTelegraph, Apr. 15- President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran appeared to threaten Israel with a nuclear attack yesterday when he described it as a "rotten, dried tree" that would be annihilated by "one storm". In his most vitriolic and anti-semitic attack to date, Mr Ahmadinejad warned that Israel faced imminent destruction. While he did not refer explicitly to nuclear weapons, his reference to the "one storm" that would do away with Israel was seen as a code for nuclear Armageddon….

Speaking at the opening of a conference in Teheran to support the Palestinian cause, Mr Ahmadinejad repeated earlier anti-semitic attacks in Israel, questioning the scale of the Nazi Holocaust and attacking Zionism.

"Like it or not, the Zionist regime is heading toward annihilation," he said. "The Zionist regime is a rotten, dried tree that will be eliminated by one storm."

And he poured scorn on the established history of the Holocaust, saying that an atrocity committed in Europe should be settled in Europe.