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Iran-Italy: Death order of an Iranian in Rome was signed by Khomeini

Naghdi killed by Iranian fundamentaliss iAccording to reports by the Italian news agencies, the death sentence for Mohammad Hossein Naghdi, an Iranian dissident in Italy was signed by Khomeini.

A document which was submitted to a murder trial court in Rome, indicated that the death decree for those who opposed the ruling fundamentalist in Iran was issued by Khomeini, founder of the fundamentalist regime ruling in Iran.

Merkel urges Iran to comply with nuclear watchdog

Angela Merkel urged Iran on nuclearBERLIN, (AFP) – New German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday urged Iran to cooperate with the international community and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

"I can only warn Iran to comply with the international community and the IAEA," Merkel said in her first speech to parliament since becoming chancellor last week.

Pro-Iran list claims revered Shiite Imam supports candidate

ImageTehran is doing all it can to influence Iraqis’ next parliamentary election. The ultimate goal is to estalish an Iranian style fundamentalist regime in Iraq.

With the parliamentary elections in Iraq less than three weeks away, several Shiite groups have started to claim that the revered twelfth Imam in Shiite Islam has guided Iraqis to vote for their candidate, according to an Iraqi cleric from Najaf.

First European female suicide bomber in Iraq

belgian suicide bomberBelgian police raid homes, make arrests in probe of Iraq suicide bomber.

Tracing the European cells 
BRUSSELS – Belgian police arrested 14 people in a series of raids Wednesday as part of a probe into a woman thought to be the first European female suicide bomber in Iraq, the authorities said.

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December 01 2005

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7th Issue December 01 2005
In this issue

  • First European female suicide bomber in Iraq
  • Pro-Iran list claims revered Shiite Imam supports candidate
  • Merkel urges Iran to comply with nuclear watchdog
  • Iran-Italy: Death order of an Iranian in Rome was signed by Khomeini
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    Support World AIDS Day

    Today is the world AIDS day 2005. We are wearing the Red Ribbon as a sign of support for people living with HIV and a symbol of hope for the future.

    Speaking of hope for future, there is another world threatening disease called terrorism and fundamentalism which is growing daily not getting enough attention as it requires.

    Disturbing news in the headlines today was about a Belgian woman who after marrying a Moroccan and converting to Islam went on to Iraq to take part in a suicide operation which resulted in killing of 6 Iraqi nationals and herself.

    Terrorists are no longer limited to Middle East and are actively recruiting people even in Europe.

    To stop these criminals, war is not the answer. But we must take away their weapon which is a backward version of Islam and also all the instruments of power.

    Editor

    First European female suicide bomber in Iraq

    Belgian police raid homes, make arrests in probe of Iraq suicide bomber.

    Tracing the European cells

    BRUSSELS – Belgian police arrested 14 people in a series of raids Wednesday as part of a probe into a woman thought to be the first European female suicide bomber in Iraq, the authorities said.

    Pro-Iran list claims revered Shiite Imam supports candidate

    Tehran is doing all it can to influence Iraqis’ next parliamentary election. The ultimate goal is to estalish an Iranian style fundamentalist regime in Iraq.

    With the parliamentary elections in Iraq less than three weeks away, several Shiite groups have started to claim that the revered twelfth Imam in Shiite Islam has guided Iraqis to vote for their candidate, according to an Iraqi cleric from Najaf.

    Merkel urges Iran to comply with nuclear watchdog

    BERLIN, (AFP) – New German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday urged Iran to cooperate with the international community and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

    "I can only warn Iran to comply with the international community and the IAEA," Merkel said in her first speech to parliament since becoming chancellor last week.

    Iran-Italy: Death order of an Iranian in Rome was signed by Khomeini

    According to reports by the Italian news agencies, the death sentence for Mohammad Hossein Naghdi, an Iranian dissident in Italy was signed by Khomeini.
    A document which was submitted to a murder trial court in Rome, indicated that the death decree for those who opposed the ruling fundamentalist in Iran was issued by Khomeini, founder of the fundamentalist regime ruling in Iran.

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    Rumsfeld says Iran, Syria are unhelpful in Iraq

    Rumsfeld Iran TerrorismLondon, Nov. 30 – United States Secretary of Defence Donald Rumsfeld criticised on Tuesday Iran and Syria for remaining “unhelpful” in Iraq.
    “We know that Iran and Syria continue to be unhelpful. We know that we’re still taking casualties, as are coalition countries and the Iraqi security forces”, Rumsfeld told a join news briefing with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Peter Pace.

    France warns Iran against nuclear intransigence

    nuclear iranLondon, Nov. 29 – French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin warned Iran’s clerical government on Tuesday to accept the latest European offer on its controversial nuclear program, or brace itself for a confrontation with the United Nations Security Council.
    In an interview with CNN’s chief international correspondent, Christiane Amanpour, de Villepin said, “We have made an offer [to Iran]. … If they don’t accept… then we will have to go to the Security Council”.

    Gulf states express concern over mullahs’ ambitions

    Shahab Missile, Nuclear weaponsRegional security issues and the role of NATO in enhancing security in the Gulf region was debated in a conference in Doha on Sunday, November 27.
    Reporting the event, the Kuwaiti news agency, KUNA, quoted Abdulrahman Al-Attiyah, Secretary-General of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) as saying to the conferees that the issue of Iran and the Gulf was a current priority because it was directly linked to regional security.

    November 30 2005

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    6th Issue November 30 2005
    In this issue

  • France Warns Iran
  • Gulf states express concern over mullahs’ ambitions
  • Rumsfeld says Iran, Syria are unhelpful in Iraq
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    As Iran races forward with its nuclear development, western countries are still trying to find a way to bring this country back to the negotiating table.
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    Last week the Europeans backed off their only condition set forth for Iran in order to resume talks. It was the halt of activities in Isfihan USF nuclear plant and in return Iran was not referred to the Security Council by IAEA board of directors. Subsequently, the two sides agreed to talk about the so called “Russian Plan.”

    Now only two days after the IAEA meeting, Iran again refuses to cooperate. The old game continues.

    It is understood that Europe likes to continue trade with Iran. The troubling question is “at what price?”

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    France Warns Iran

    London, Nov. 29 – French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin warned Iran’s clerical government on Tuesday to accept the latest European offer on its controversial nuclear program, or brace itself for a confrontation with the United Nations Security Council.

    In an interview with CNN’s chief international correspondent, Christiane Amanpour, de Villepin said, “We have made an offer [to Iran]. If they don’t accept,then we will have to go to the Security Council”.

    Gulf states express concern over mullahs’ ambitions

    Regional security issues and the role of NATO in enhancing security in the Gulf region was debated in a conference in Doha on Sunday, November 27.

    Reporting the event, the Kuwaiti news agency, KUNA, quoted Abdulrahman Al-Attiyah, Secretary- General of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) as saying to the conferees that the issue of Iran and the Gulf was a current priority because it was directly linked to regional security.

    Rumsfeld says Iran, Syria are unhelpful in Iraq

    London, Nov. 30 – United States Secretary of Defence Donald Rumsfeld criticised on Tuesday Iran and Syria for remaining “unhelpful” in Iraq.

    “We know that Iran and Syria continue to be unhelpful. We know that we’re still taking casualties, as are coalition countries and the Iraqi security forces”, Rumsfeld told a join news briefing with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Peter Pace.

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    Missing In Iraq

    Iraq abductionBaghdad – A German woman has been kidnapped in Iraq in the latest strike against foreigners in the war-torn country.
    The woman, said to be an archaeologist in her 40s who had worked in Iraq for some time and who speaks Arabic, was seized a day before an American, two Canadians and a Briton were also taken hostage in Baghdad.