Jan 09, 2006
Jan 09, 2006
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
January 9, 2006
Upon the return of the young man — whose name has been withheld from this article to protect his family — he was recruited into the armed wing of the pro-Iranian Supreme Council for Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI) political party, the uncle said.
Tehran, Iran, Jan. 06 (Stop Fundamentalism) – A Farsi -language website reported on Friday that a 17-year-old girl, identified only by her first name Nazanin, was sentenced to be hanged in the city of Karaj, west of the Iranian capital. The verdict was handed down in branch 71 of Iran’s Islamic courts, the report said.
KARBALA, Iraq, January 5, 2006 (Reuters) – Two suicide bombers killed at least 85 people and wounded more than 100 in the Iraqi cities of Karbala and Ramadi on Thursday in one of the country’s deadliest days for months.
Tehran, Jan. 05, 2006 (Stop Fundamentalism Reports) – Iran’s hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced at a parliamentary meeting that Tehran has informed the International Atomic Energy Agency of its intention to resume nuclear research and development at its massive uranium enrichment site in Natanz.
Germany, France and United States in separate statements have warned Iran against the planned resumption of nuclear research and development work.
Monday, 02 January 2006
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 mullahs’ high court despite her denial of committing the crime.