UPI-September 5, 2004
- Iraq rejects
Iraq - Iraqi
government officials said Sunday they have rejected an Iranian offer to rebuild
destroyed sections of Shiite shrines in Najaf and Karbala.
AFP-September 5, 2004
Iran lambasts Canada's "crocodile tears" for dead photographer
TEHRAN - Iran again hit out at Canada for complaining about the murder in
custody here of Canadian-Iranian photographer Zahra Kazemi, saying Ottawa was
only crying "crocodile tears".
Toronto Star-September 5, 2004
Memories of a slaughter in Iran
survivor tells of 1988 massacre in Islamic Republic Thousands of men, women,
children secretly executed. LONDON—Payam
lives alone and never talks about the past. The 46-year-old Iranian with gentle
brown eyes and a quiet smile is haunted by the smell of fear and death.
Iran Focus-August 31,2004
Violence, poverty and abuse led girl, 16, to gallows
Neka (northern Iran), Aug 31 – The orphaned 16-year-old girl hanged in front of
residents in this town close to the Caspian Sea on August 15 suffered years of
brutal violence, exploitation and torture in the hands of relatives, local
officials and plain strangers, and in a country where girls are the most
vulnerable members of society, she had no one to go to for help.
The Washington Post-June 12, 2004 -
U.S. Wary as
Iran Works to Increase Influence in Iraq.
With the occupation of Iraq due to end in three
weeks, the Bush administration fears that Iran will move in as a major player
after months of quietly building networks among Iraqi politicians and religious
circles, according to U.S. officials in Washington and Baghdad.
AFP-June 11, 2004
- Wider effort to buy nuclear parts cited -
Iran told a black
market supplier that it was interested in "tens of thousands" of parts for its
covert nuclear program, diplomats said yesterday, as the UN atomic watchdog
prepared to rebuke Tehran for hindering an agency probe of its activities.
Reuters-June 10, 2004
- U.N. sees signs of massive Iran nuke
VIENNA (Reuters) - The U.N. nuclear watchdog has found indications Iran wanted
to equip thousands of uranium enrichment centrifuges, enough to produce
bomb-grade material for several warheads per year, diplomats say.
The New York Times-May 14, 2004
Iranian youths want freedom and
democracy and a referendum on regime change. Mr. Kristof was exactly right when
he wrote, Ayatollahs, look out."
The New Republic -
April 26, 2004
by Michael Rubin
"The Americans may think they will
have peace in eight months. But, even if they stay eighteen years, we will never
give them peace." Sheik Muhammad Al Abadi, a member of the Badr Corps ….. Al
Abadi's walls were decorated with a picture of his late older brother and a
large portrait of Iran's Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.
Washington Times-April 25,
2004 - Iran's covert actions in Iraq
On April 4, 2004, Sheik Muqtada al-Sadr, a pro-Iranian Iraqi cleric,
called on his followers to "terrorize your enemy," meaning the Americans and all
those Iraqis cooperating to bring about a constitutional government.
22, 2004 - Iran 'Will Be Dealt With,' Bush Says
Bid to Start at U.N., President Says
President Bush told newspaper editors in
Washington yesterday that Iran "will be dealt
with, starting through the United Nations" if it does not stop developing
nuclear weapons and begin total cooperation with international inspectors.
New York Post-April 16, 2004 - The
Iran Factor -
An Iranian delegation is now in Baghdad,
supposedly to help talk down the firebrand Iraqi cleric Muqtada al-Sadr and his
radical "al-Mahdi Army." The strange thing is, Iran is the chief culprit among
the outside players behind much of Iraq's current instability.
Wall Street Journal - April 16, 2004
- Regime change in Tehran is necessary for peace in Iraq. - The only way to end
Tehran's continual sponsorship of terror is to bring about the demise of the
present Iranian regime. And as it happens, we have an excellent opportunity to
achieve this objective, without the direct use of military power against Iran.
There is a critical mass of pro-democracy citizens there, who would like nothing
more than to rid themselves of their oppressors. They need help, but they
neither need nor desire to be liberated by force of arms.
National Review on Line - April 15, 2004
compromising with the enemy in Iraq?
Radio Farda News - April 08, 2004
- Summary of Iran Stories in Today's Broadcasts
Thursday, April 08, 2004 Italian Security Report Links Moqtada Sadr To The
Hayat Daily April 7, 2004 -
Scenes - Americans have obtained information that shows Iran has not only
incited Moqtada As Sadr, but it is also active in the events in Iraq.
Los Angeles Times – April 4, 2004
- Iraqi Democrats Feeling Sidelined " The
Iranians are flooding the city and countryside with money,"
Radio Israel- Tuesday, March 30, 2004 -
Merciless murder of an Iranian ex-refugee in
USA TODAY -
Officials; U.S. "Ousted" Iran's spies in 1997 in 1997.
The Los Angeles Times
- March 27, 2004 -
Iran Hiding Its Nuclear Activities, Report Says..
New York Sun - March
- Anti-regime violence erupting in Iran as crowds burn
pictures of Khamenei.
New York Times -
March 11, 2004 - Alarm Raised Over Quality of Uranium Found in
The Wall Street
Journal - March 11, 2004 - Caving Into the Mullahs.......