Berlin (Germany)- Friends Of Humanity co-sponsored a seminar on December 21 to expose Iran’s violations of Human Rights and meddling in Iraq.
By Paul Martin
December 27, 2005
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.
26 December 2005
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.
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.
25 December 2005
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
December 23, 2005
The interior minister is being investigated in connection with abuse of prisoners, torture and killings carried out by his officers, Gen. Muntazar Jasim al-Samarrai, the former special forces chief, told The Washington Times in a telephone interview from Amman, Jordan.