August 18, 2017

Exiled group says race on in Iran to build bomb

PARIS (Reuters) – Iran will redouble efforts to build an atomic bomb following Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s victory in a presidential election but
could still be deterred by tough sanctions, the head of an exiled Iranian group said Saturday.
Maryam Rajavi, leader of the French-based National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), told Reuters that Western powers had to […]

Iran Watch – May 16, 2008

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Don’t enable Iran’s offenses
Congressman Bob Filner and Lord Corbett
Mercury News
5/15/2008
Peace movements always struggle with the balancing act of wanting to engage enemies without appeasing them. Peace activists don’t want war, but they also recognize that peace at any price can be costly. In the case of Iran, these choices are becoming […]

Don’t enable Iran’s offenses

Mercury News
Bob Filner & Lord Corbett
Posted: May 15, 2008
Peace movements always struggle with the balancing act of wanting to engage enemies without appeasing them. Peace activists don’t want war, but they also recognize that peace at any price can be costly. In the case of Iran, these choices are becoming painful and difficult.
The peace movement […]

Iran Watch – August 24, 2007

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By: Shahab Sariri
Global Politician
Iranian cities have been the scene of widespread protests and clashes between a restive population and the Iranian regime’s State Security Forces (SSF). Students from Tehran’s Amir Kabir otherwise known as Polytechnic University, where Ahmadinejad’s pictures were burned earlier this year, have been staging sit-ins demanding the release […]