Protesters in Berlin â€œcondemn the new Iranian Presidentâ€™s call to export fundamentalism & terrorismâ€ In protest to President Ahmadinejadâ€™s call for the export of fundamentalism and terrorism, supporters of Friends of Humanity and activists for freedom and democracy in Berlin staged a rally on Monday calling on the German government to take a firm stance against the mullahsâ€™ regime in Iran.
Tuesday, 13 December 2005
In the last 27 years, the ruling religious fundamentalists in Iran, by misusing the name of Islam, have executed tens of thousands of Iranian opponents. The fanatics suppress the Iranian people to continue their tyrannical rule. Their religious fanaticism is the heart of Islamic fundamentalism.
Friends of humanity co sponsored a conference in Dallas on November 4, to condemn the Iranian regimeâ€™s efforts to export fundamentalism and terrorism. Supporters of â€œFOHâ€ and other humanitarian activists took part in this conference. Homira Hisami, chairman of the Iranian Community Association in Dallas deplored Ahmadinejadâ€™s recent remarks which called for destruction of Israel and the destabilization of Muslim and Arab states in the region and elsewhere.
On Saturday 29th.Oct.2005, on the initiative of supporters of Friends of Humanity and other activists, a solidarity vigil was arranged in Rotterdam. This gathering took place at the Association of Christian Artists, in the recently opened Iranian exhibition room. The first speaker, Mrs. Lyne Lariver, welcomed the participants, then described the Iranian womenâ€™s resistance and also the importance of Iranâ€™s ancient culture and its union with the Dutch People. Next, the famous poet and writer Mr. H. Asadian made a presentation on Iranian art and culture, before going on to condemn the heavy blows that the regime has inflicted upon it.
Tehran, Iran, Oct. 29 â€“ The Headquarters for Commemoration of Martyrs of Global Islamic Movement, a government-organised body in Iran, will hold a memorial ceremony in Tehran on Sunday to honour suicide bombers, a hard-line daily announced on Saturday.
VATICAN CITY, Oct 28 (AFP) – The Vatican condemned on Friday as "unacceptable" Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s statement that Israel should be wiped off the map.
"The grave events of the past days in the Holy Land have caused great concern in the Holy See, which in unison with the international community strongly condemns all acts of violence: the terrorist attack in Hadera (in northern Israel), the reprisals which followed and particularly grave and unacceptable comments denying the right to existence of Israel," said a Vatican statement.
NORFOLK, Va., Oct 28 (Reuters) – President George W. Bush on Friday called Iran and Syria "outlaw regimes" and said countries that support terrorism are just as guilty of murder as those who commit the violence.
"We’re determined to deny radical groups the support and sanctuary of outlaw regimes. State sponsors like Syria and Iran have a long history of collaboration with terrorists and they deserve no patience from the victims of terror," Bush said.
During the president’s speech on terrorism, a heckler yelled: "Mr. President, what is terrorism? What is terrorism? Step down now." The man was escorted out and others in the audience booed the heckler.
UNITED NATIONS – The UN Security Council on Friday condemned Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s comment that Israel should be "wiped off the map", a move immediately welcomed by the Israeli ambassador.
"The Security Council condemns the remarks about Israel attributed to Mr Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, president of the Islamic republic of Iran," said a statement read by the president of the council for the month, Romanian ambassador Mihnea Motoc.
Council members expressed strong support for UN chief Kofi Annan’s statement Thursday that "under the United Nations Charter, all members have undertaken to refrain from the threat or use of force against the territorial or political independence of any state."
Tehran, Oct. 28 â€“ Iranâ€™s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has fired his countryâ€™s ambassadors to Britain, France, and Germany, and ordered 18 envoys to be recalled to Tehran, a government official in the Iranian capital told Iran Focus.
â€œAhmadinejad has been angered by what he sees as the envoysâ€™ meek reaction to the global condemnation of his Wednesday speech against Israel and the Westâ€, the official, who requested anonymity, said. â€œHe made the speech with the full blessing of the Supreme Leader [Ayatollah Ali Khamenei] and has his green light to stifle any dissenting voice within the governmentâ€.