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Iran to hang Afghan youth for crime committed as minor

Iran to hang Afghan youth for crime committed as minorTehran, Iran, Dec. 06 – A young Afghan man is set to be executed on Saturday for a crime he committed as a minor, a semi-official daily reported on Tuesday.

Rostam Tajik, 20 years old, will be hanged in public in the central Iranian city of Isfahan, the hard-line daily Kayhan wrote.

Moroccan politicians recieve death threats from terrorists

Moroccan politicians recieve death threats from terrorists6/12/2005
By Nabil Darwish

Asharq al-Awsat, Rabat- Several Moroccan politicians and intellectuals have received death threats from extremist Islamist groups in recent weeks while the authorities have released further information to the media on a terrorist cell with links to al Qaeda said to be on the verge carrying out attacks this December.

A group calling itself “The Moroccan Islamic Army for Shariaa” recently threatened Mohammad al Yazghi, secretary general of the Socialist Union of Popular Forces and Minister of Territorial Development, Idriss Lashgar, Head of the socialist bloc in parliament and Fathallah Oualalou, Minister of Economy and Finance.

27 police killed in twin Baghdad suicide attack

Two women suicide bombers blow themselves up in police academy classroom in east BaghdadMiddle East Online
 
Two women suicide bombers blow themselves up in police academy classroom in east Baghdad.
 
BAGHDAD – At least 27 Iraqi police officers and cadets were killed on Tuesday when two women suicide bombers blew themselves up in a Baghdad police academy classroom, the US military said.

"Two suicide bombers attacked an Iraqi police academy in east Baghdad around 12:45 pm (0945 GMT)," the military said in a statement.

December 06 2005

 

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Tenth Issue December 06 2005
In this issue

  • Iran plans to construct a second nuclear power plant
  • 27 police killed in twin Baghdad suicide attack
  • Moroccan politicians recieve death threats from terrorists
  • For many years the European countries have used a carrot and stick policy towards Iranian regime to make the Mullahs abandon their pursuit of nuclear weapons technology.

    This policy after three years has proven unsuccessful and we are once again back to where we started. The Mullahs have eaten the carrot but dodged the stick.

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    Iran not only has restarted its Isfehan USF nuclear operations transforming uranium but also has introduced plans to open a new nuclear plant.

    Iran should be immediately referred to the United Nations Security Council because any other action will give this regime more time to complete its nuclear weapons program.

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    By NASSER KARIMI, Associated Press Writer

    TEHRAN, Iran – Iran plans to construct a second nuclear power plant despite international concern over its nuclear program, state television reported on Monday.

    The broadcast said President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Cabinet ministers decided Sunday night to build the reactor in Khuzistan province, southwestern Iran.

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    Two women suicide bombers blow themselves up in police academy classroom in east Baghdad.

    BAGHDAD – At least 27 Iraqi police officers and cadets were killed on Tuesday when two women suicide bombers blew themselves up in a Baghdad police academy classroom, the US military said.

    “Two suicide bombers attacked an Iraqi police academy in east Baghdad around 12:45 pm (0945 GMT),” the military said in a statement.

    By Nabil Darwish

    Asharq al-Awsat, Rabat- Several Moroccan politicians and intellectuals have received death threats from extremist Islamist groups in recent weeks while the authorities have released further information to the media on a terrorist cell with links to al Qaeda said to be on the verge carrying out attacks this December.

    A group calling itself “The Moroccan Islamic Army for Shariaa” recently threatened Mohammad al Yazghi, secretary general of the Socialist Union of Popular Forces and Minister of Territorial Development, Idriss Lashgar, Head of the socialist bloc in parliament and Fathallah Oualalou, Minister of Economy and Finance

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    France: Iran ‘unilaterally’ rejects nuclear deal

    Iran 'unilaterally' rejects nuclear dealBy Maria Novak

    LJUBLJANA (Reuters) – Iran has "unilaterally" rejected a Russian proposal to resolve its standoff with the West over fears it may be trying to develop nuclear weapons, French Foreign Minister Philippe Douste-Blazy said on Monday.

    Iran has said its nuclear program will enrich uranium only to a level suitable for civilian atomic-power reactors but the United States and European Union fear Tehran will use the same technology to make bomb-grade material.

    UN nuke chief says Iran could have A-bomb in “months”

    The chief of the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog warned on Monday that Iran could develop nuclear weapons within “a few months” of starting uranium enrichment in its massive underground nuclear facility in Natanz, central Iran.London, Dec. 05 – The chief of the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog warned on Monday that Iran could develop nuclear weapons within “a few months” of starting uranium enrichment in its massive underground nuclear facility in Natanz, central Iran.

    International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Mohamed ElBaradei told the United Kingdom’s Independent that both Iran and the West had to refrain from escalating their dangerous game of brinkmanship, in the international standoff over Tehran’s suspected nuclear weapons program.

    Iran’s military stages war games near Iraq border

    Iran’s military stages war games near Iraq borderTehran, Iran, Dec. 05 – The Iranian Revolutionary Guards’ para-military forces staged a military exercise to prepare against “enemy conspiracies” in Dasht-e Azadegan in the south-western Khuzestan Province, near the border with Iraq.

    Colonel Majid Saad, commander of Bassij forces in the area, told journalists that the purpose of the drill was to “increase fighting potentials, maintain unity, and prepare the Bassij forces to combat any threat against the Islamic revolution”.

    Iran sending election campaign posters to Iraq

    Iran is sending heaps of campaign posters to Iraq for the upcoming December 15 elections in trucks crossing the Iran-Iraq border.Baghdad, Dec. 05 – Iran is sending heaps of campaign posters to Iraq for the upcoming December 15 elections in trucks crossing the Iran-Iraq border.

    A security official in Baghdad said that the trucks were bringing posters in through border crossings in the provinces of al-Amara and al-Kut, southern Iraq.

    Iran plans to construct a second nuclear power

    Ali Larijani: Iran plans to construct a second nuclear powerBy NASSER KARIMI, Associated Press Writer

    TEHRAN, Iran –     Iran plans to construct a second nuclear power plant despite international concern over its nuclear program, state television reported on Monday.

    The broadcast said President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Cabinet ministers decided Sunday night to build the reactor in Khuzistan province, southwestern Iran.

    December 05 2005

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    9th Issue December 05 2005
    In this issue

  • Intimidation at Iraq’s polls sees victory for pro-Iran groups
  • Iran sending election campaign posters to Iraq
  • UN nuke chief says Iran could have A-bomb in “months”
  • Iran’s military stages war games near Iraq border
  • Iran Revolutionary Guards chief vows to defeat U.S. in Iraq
  • Iran, on defiant course, tunes up military
  • We are getting closer to the elections in Iraq and guess whose campaigning?

    Tehran mullahs having their own agenda and candidates are openly involved in the campaign process.

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    Some security guards at the southern boarder of Iran and Iraq have reported of trucks coming across carrying campaign posters and materials for pro Iranian candidates. It is striking that a government which does not allow minimum of openness inside its own boarders and to its own people, how active it can be in other countries elections.

    Maybe they really care for democracy in Iraq!

    Not only Iran is meddling in its neighboring country, it is also preparing for something more serious: “a war.”

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    London, Dec. 04 – Independent Iraqi observers who are planning to monitor the upcoming December 15 elections in Iraq are resisting travelling to the south of the country for fear of being targeted in assassinations or abductions, according to an Arabic- language website.

    Baghdad, Dec. 05 – Iran is sending heaps of campaign posters to Iraq for the upcoming December 15 elections in trucks crossing the Iran-Iraq border.

    A security official in Baghdad said that the trucks were bringing posters in through border crossings in the provinces of al-Amara and al-Kut, southern Iraq.

    London, Dec. 05 – The chief of the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog warned on Monday that Iran could develop nuclear weapons within “a few months” of starting uranium enrichment in its massive underground nuclear facility in Natanz, central Iran.

    International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Mohamed ElBaradei told the United Kingdom’s Independent that both Iran and the West had to refrain from escalating their dangerous game of brinkmanship, in the international standoff over Tehran’s suspected nuclear weapons program.

    Tehran, Iran, Dec. 05 – The Iranian Revolutionary Guards’ para-military forces staged a military exercise to prepare against “enemy conspiracies” in Dasht-e Azadegan in the south-western Khuzestan Province, near the border with Iraq.

    Colonel Majid Saad, commander of Bassij forces in the area, told journalists that the purpose of the drill was to “increase fighting potentials, maintain unity, and prepare the Bassij forces to combat any threat against the Islamic revolution”.

    Tehran, Iran – The Commandant of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) declared that Iran was exporting its Islamic revolution to other Muslim countries including Iraq which would inevitably bring about the downfall of the United States in the Middle East, state dailies reported on Monday.

    Speaking at a gathering of the IRGC’s Navy commanders on Sunday, Major General Yahya Rahim Safavi said, “The impoverished people’s Bassij force was formed on the orders of the Imam [Ruhollah Khomeini] following the siege of the American spies’ den [U.S. embassy in Tehran] on November 4, 1979 and the arrest of the spies of that country to fight any possible threat from the enemies”.

    Tehran, Iran, Dec. 03 – Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has ordered a major reshuffle of the top brass of the armed forces as part of a larger plan to enhance the military’s control over the government, Iran Focus has learnt.

    In recent weeks, hundreds of senior officers of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) have been seconded to government ministries and state institutions to “prop up” the country’s civil administration for what many within the clerical government believe will be a very tough year ahead for the Islamic Republic of Iran.

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