More Catholic Than The Pope, But How Much?Tuesday, December 30, 2008 The megalomaniac leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran has decreed Monday 29 December a day of mourning for the innocent Muslim Palestinians killed under “savage” Israeli air attacks and has strongly condemned Arab leaders, particularly the Egyptian President Hosni Mobarak and the Jordanian King Abdallah, -- whom he has called “hypocrites” -- for talking to the dreadful Israelis.
THIS SITE WILL BE CLOSEDSaturday, December 27, 2008
Intolerant Ayatollahs Shut Down Office of Iran Human Rights CentreTuesday, December 23, 2008 The international community has severely condemned the Iranian Government over the brutal closure of the Centre of Human Rights Defenders, the sole such organization in the Islamic Republic of Iran, on 21 December by the Police, special security guards and plainclothes agents, acting on orders from the Tehran and Islamic Revolution Tribunal Prosecutor.
Necessity Of Establishing U.S.-Iran RelationsSaturday, December 20, 2008e Various opinion polls show that despite persistent enmity and cold relations between governments in Washington and Tehran, the majority of the Iranian people desire that firm steps to be taken in normalizing political, economic, social, cultural and sports relations between the two countries.
Some Changes Are Possible In Iran: Qassem Sho'leh Sa'diSunday, December 14, 2008Some Iran watchers think that the four coming years are “instrumental” for Iran. In their view, the regime faces two opposite ways that leads to the same point: A more breathing space for Iranians.
Zbigniew Brzezinski: Israel's push for Iran strike may hurt U.S. tiesFriday, December 12, 2008“Israel really cannot execute effective strike against Iran without American permission. “Because if you look at the map, you can see the reason why it is so", Mr. Zbigniew Brzezinski, the former national security adviser to Jimmy Carter told the Israeli newspaper Haaretz.
Students Protests Against the Government, The Regime.Tuesday, December 9, 2008Seriously anxious at the prospects of the fundamentalists represented by fanatic President Mahmoud Ahmadi Nezhad loosing the next presidential elections, Ayatollah Ali Khameneh’i was again compelled to come down personally in the political arena, acting not as the supreme leader of the Islamic Republic who stands above political lines, but as the champion of a political party fighting for survival.
The Distortion FactoryFriday, December 5, 2008In a recent article, Mr. Hoseyn Bastani, the Editor of “Rooz”, an independent, pro reform internet newspaper based in Paris and London, explained that what makes the senior Iranian decision-makers take wrong decisions and their wishes for realities is the so-called “confidential” bulletins which contains unreal, extravagant analysis and theories prepared by persons who wants to influence the decision-makers by pleasing the few people who takes important decisions, above all the very person of the megalomaniac Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khameneh’i.(see IPS article “Who Is Behind the Decisions of Iranian Decision-Makers”)
Who Is Behind The Decision Of Iran’s Top Decision-Makers?Friday, November 28, 2008 Iran’s recent announcements on the “seriousness of foreign threats”, discovering and dismantling espionage networks working for Israel, testing successfully new missiles, militarization of the country, increasing security measures in Tehran and other major cities etc translates more the fear of the ruling ayatollahs of a possible social explosion than a possible threat from the United States, Israel, or the two together, according to veteran political analysts.