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November 16, 2007

  1. Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center at the Israel Intelligence Heritage & Commemoration Center (IICC) - Iran as a terrorism-sponsoring state: Interpol rejected Iran’s appeal and issued international arrest warrants for five senior Iranians (and one senior Hezbollah operative) who were involved in bombing the Jewish Community Center in Argentina (AMIA) in Buenos Aires in 1994.
    The men wanted by Argentina . Top row, left to right: Ali Akbar Heshemi Bahramie Rafsanjani, Ali Fallahijan, Ali Akbar Velayati, Mohsen Rezai. Bottom row, left to right: Imad Moughnieh, Mohsen Rabbani, Ahmad Reza Asghari, (also known as Mohsen Randjbaran), Ahmad Vahidi. Picture from the Argentinean Attorney General's Website. International extradition warrants were not issued by Interpol for Ali Rafsanjani (top left) and Ali Velayati (top third from left), most probably out of political considerations.
    Development of events
    1. Interpol's general assembly, held in Marrakesh on November 7, 2007 , rejected Iran 's request to cancel the warrants for five senior Iranians (from among the six warrants filed). 1 The Iranians are accused of involvement in the suicide bombing attack at the Jewish Community Center in Argentina of July 8, 1994 , which killed 85 and wounded 240. 

  2. INTERESSANTE NEUE POWERPOINT PRÄSENTATION....
    Brig. Gen. (Res.) Ephraim Lapid 
    (Israel) - The Free World vs. the Axis of Evil: IRAN
    SIEHE http://www.honestly-concerned.org/Temp/Iran-Lapid.pps 


  3. YNET - IAEA report praises Iran
    Long-awaited report issued by UN nuclear watchdog says Iran cooperating with international monitors. However IAEA chief admits Tehran continues to enrich uranium, confirms 3,000 centrifuges operating in Natanz
    Full Story . . . 

    1. AP - IAEA warnt: Erkenntnisse über Irans Atomprogramm sinken
      Wien (AP) Die Internationale Atomenergiebehörde (IAEA) schlägt Alarm.
      Mehr »

    2. HA'ARETZ - IAEA: Iran cooperative, but defiant on enrichment
      Ahmadinejad: UN Nuclear Watchdog's report shows Iran was truthful about nuclear program all along.

    3. SPIEGEL - ATOMSTREIT - IAEA sieht verbesserte Zusammenarbeit mit Iran
      Im Atomstreit zwischen Iran und dem Westen gibt es Annäherungen: Die Atomaufsichtsbehörde IAEA bescheinigt Teheran Fortschritte bei der Zusammenarbeit. Allerdings sehen die Kontrolleure immer noch zu viele offene Fragen. mehr...

    4. JP - Nuclear watchdog: Teheran is coming clean"
      Unacceptable" IAEA document on Iran is further proof that ElBaradei is pro-Iranian, Lieberman tells 'Post' following report's publication.

  4. JP - Israel preparing for nuclear Teheran
    PMO denies Olmert told cabinet to draft plans on how to cope with Iran's possession of atomic bomb.

  5. IRAN PRESSTV - Scholars protest US war rhetoric - Hawkish Vice President Cheney (L) and President Bush
    A group of prominent academics have appealed to the German Federal Government to protest White House's war rhetoric against Tehran.
    Peace researchers and anti-war academics, who attended a symposium in Germany's Osnabrueck, released a statement, voicing their opposition to President George W. Bush's remarks that Iran's nuclear program would lead into World War III.
    "We are worried that the daily war rhetoric directed from close allies of the US President could lead into a war," the statement said.
    The group also called on Bush and his administration to respect the UN nuclear watchdog's reports on Iran, saying that the agency's assessment should be the only basis for any judgments on the Iranian nuclear program.

  6. networld - Ahmadinejad zeigt sich unnachgiebig: Urananreicherung wird weiterhin fortgeführt
    Unmittelbar vor Abschluss eines neuen Iran-Berichts der Wiener Atombehörde IAEA (IAEO) zeigt sich der iranische Präsident Mahmoud Ahmadinejad unnachgiebig. Allen Resolutionen des UN-Sicherheitsrates zum Trotz bekräftigte der Politiker, sein Land werde die Urananreicherung in der Atomanlage von Natans "im industriellen Maßstab fortsetzen".
    Mit Spannung erwarten Diplomaten bei den UN in Wien inzwischen den Iran-Bericht von IAEA-Chef Mohammed ElBaradei. Er wird möglicherweise in den nächsten Tagen an die Mitglieder des Weltsicherheitsrats und den IAEA-Gouverneursrat gehen.
    Der UN-Sicherheitsrat verlangt, dass der Iran die Urananreicherung stoppt. Das höchste UN-Gremium fürchtet, Teheran könnte angereichertes Uran zum Bau von Atomwaffen missbrauchen. Derzeit wird im Sicherheitsrat um schärfere Sanktionen gegen Teheran gerungen.


    1. Die Presse - Vor IAEO-Bericht bleibt Ahmadinejad unnachgiebig
      Unmittelbar vor Abschluss eines neuen Iran-Berichts der Atombehörde IAEO zeigt sich der iranische Präsident Ahmadinejad unnachgiebig.


    2. Handelsblatt - Iran provoziert weitere Wirtschaftssanktionen
      Irans Präsident Mahmud Ahmadinedschad hat erstmals öffentlich eingeräumt, dass sein Atomkurs im eigenen Land auf Widerstand stößt: „Wir werden auch mit ...

  7. ESISC - IRAN: WHEN PARIS AND WASHINGTON SPEAK THE SAME LANGUAGE  
    (Roger L.Wollenberg/UPI/Photo News)
    By Raphaël RAMOS, Associate Researcher at ESISC 
    The meeting in August between French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his American counterpart George W. Bush at the Bush family residence in Kennebunkport illustrated the opening of a new era in relations between Paris and Washington. Under the presidency of Jacques Chirac, such a visit would have been unthinkable. At the start of 2003, the anti-American campaign orchestrated by Chirac and his Minister of Foreign Affairs Dominique de Villepin considerably altered the trans-Atlantic connection…  To read more

  8. OMEDIA Bush's Shelved Plan for a Nuclear Attack on Iran 
    The leak of a classified document has disclosed a directive from 2002 to draw up plans for a nuclear attack on the rogue states – Iran, Iraq and North Korea – included in President Bush's "Axis of Evil" speech.
    Ze'ev Yanay (11/12/2007)
    The classified document was leaked after reaching the hands of the director of the Federation of American Scientists' Nuclear Information Project, Hans Kristensen. The briefing on the US' strategic command in 2002, describing plans for a nuclear attack, were to become operative in March 2003. The plans were never implemented, but they are apparently being constantly updated.
    The White House's consent to the attack is recorded in signed authorizations for the response plans for various scenarios. On June 20, 2002 President Bush signed National Security Policy Document 14, which Kristensen describes as the first directive by the White House to the Army to prepare a "nuclear response."


    1. Mirror.co.uk - For Gord's sake stay out of Iran
      The Premier should rule out military aggression now and shut his ears to protest from Washington. Right-wingers claim France's Nicolas Sarkozy and Germany's ...

  9. OMEDIA  The Theatre of the Revolving Centrifuges
    Ahmadinejad's declaration regarding 3,000 centrifuges for uranium enrichment might be a smokescreen for a clandestine plutonium track with North Korea
    Ron Porat (11/13/2007)
    On the heels of similar announcements in the past starting in April of this year, Iran's President Ahmadinejad has issued another declaration, this time claiming Iran has 3,000 centrifuges for uranium enrichment.
    American experts estimated in the past that such a quantity of centrifuges, operating in sequence and in a stable fashion, could enrich uranium to a level high enough to produce the amount of fissionable material to arm a nuclear warhead. In an interview on Iranian television Ahmadinejad declared, "We have arrived at the stage of industrial manufacture of nuclear fuel. The train of Iranian progress cannot be halted. The process is irreversible."

  10. China Internet Information Center - Mahmud Ahmadinedschad trifft Yang Jiechi
    Der iranische Präsident Mahmud Ahmadinedschad hat sich am Dienstag im Präsidentenhaus in Teheran mit dem chinesischen Außenminister Yang Jiechi getroffen.

  11. sueddeutsche.de - Der Präsident wittert überall Verrat
    Jetzt aber beschuldigt Ahmadinedschad seine Widersacher im Establishment, das Ausland gezielt und regelmäßig mit vertraulichen Informationen über die ...

  12. WELT - Der Iran, eine Friedensmacht?
    Außenminister Mottaki sieht sein Land international zu Unrecht an den Pranger gestellt. Teheran strebe lediglich Energiesicherheit und Stabilität in der Region an. Eine Rechtfertigungsschrift
    Eines der größten Defizite in der Welt von heute ist die Hartnäckigkeit, mit der sich die Vorstellung von Geopolitik als Nullsummenspiel hält. In der Zeit nach dem Kalten Krieg erwartete man sich, dass Frieden und Stabilität mit anderen Mitteln gesichert werden würden.
    Aber nach den Terroranschlägen vom 11. September 2001 schlug das Pendel in Richtung eines "globalen Kriegs gegen den Terror" aus, der in Wirklichkeit als Rechtfertigung für die Beibehaltung einer Mentalität des Kalten Krieges herangezogen wurde und als Argument für die Strategien des Präventivkrieges und Regimewandels diente, die allerdings bewirkten, dass sich Unsicherheit, Instabilität und der internationale Terrorismus verstärkten.
    Man denke an mein Land, den Iran, der in den letzten 250 Jahren in kein anderes Land einmarschiert ist. Nach Jahrzehnten des Kampfes gegen Diktatur und Fremdherrschaft sicherten wir uns im Jahr 1979 durch die Schaffung eines politischen Systems unserer Wahl unsere Freiheit und Unabhängigkeit. Aber statt mit dem Iran auf Grundlage dieser neuen Realität freundliche Beziehungen aufzunehmen, versuchten die Vereinigten Staaten beständig, ihre Vorherrschaft wiederherzustellen, und stellten Saddam Hussein für seinen Krieg gegen mein Land in den 80er-Jahren massive diplomatische, finanzielle und militärische Hilfe zur Verfügung. 

  13. Boston Globe - Activist sets up telephone talks between US, Iranian citizens
    Jehlen, a magazine art director and consultant who helped organize the "Turn Your Back on Bush" protest at the president's second inaugural, said the idea ...

  14. Times Online - Imran Khan arrested at student protest rally
    "This is worse than the Shah of Iran. Have they learnt no lessons? Within the country people who don't understand the West think this is a conspiracy ...

  15. UK Gay News (press release) - 'Gay' Execution in Iran Halted by Chief Justice
    "This is a stunning victory for human rights and a reminder of the power of global protest," said Paula Ettelbrick, IGLHRC's executive director, ...

  16. HAARETZ - Get used to the Iranian bomb - By Aluf Benn
    NEW YORK - Israel and the United States are generally considered Siamese twins, with a common mouth and heart. The rhetoric coming out of both Washington and Jerusalem is similar: The leaders speak frequently about "strengthening the moderates" in the Middle East, as opposed to "the axis of evil." They talk about a promise to establish a Palestinian state in the territories and to take a determined stand against the Iranian nuclear bomb.
    But listening closely will reveal big differences hiding behind the enthusiastic slogans, both in the way they view the world and in the assessment of the situation by the two countries.
    This is the conclusion raised at the "strategic dialogue" conference which took place last week in New York under the auspices of the Institute for National Security Studies in Israel and the American Council on Foreign Relations. Although all participants presented their personal opinions, one got the impression they were expressing the accepted establishment views of their countries.

  17. OMEDIA - ''Your Jihad is Our Jihad'' - An Al-Qaeda operative recalls the attempts by Iran to recruit him for terror operations including generous benefits in the name of a common jihad.
    MEMRI (11/13/2007)
    This translation originally appeared on the MEMRI website and is republished here courtesy of MEMRI
    Columnist Fares bin Hazam, who specializes in issues relating to Al-Qaeda in Saudi Arabia, published in the Saudi daily Al-Riyadha personal account by a former Al-Qaeda member of Saudi origin. The article, titled "Iran Recruits Members to Al-Qaeda at Tens of Thousands Dollars a Month," describes the assistance the former fighter and his friends received from Iranian authorities after they fled Afghanistan, as well as Iranian attempts to recruit him as an Iranian agent in Saudi Arabia.
    The following are excerpts from the account:
    "After the disintegration of the Taliban and Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan at the end of 2001 as a result of the American attack and the coming to power of other Afghan forces in the country, instructions were received from our leadership to retreat from Kabul in the direction of Kandahar. In the month of Ramadan, we received instructions from our commander to leave for Iran in order to seek refuge there. We arrived in Iran via Pakistan, where we did not stay very long. Our group consisted of about 30 fighters, among them Faisal Al-Dakhil, 'Amr Al-Shehri [both killed in 2004] and other prominent figures wanted by the Saudi government.

  18. FLYER - In der Islamischen Republik Iran ist die Gewalt gegen Frauen legalisiert.
    Unterstützt die Kämpfe der iranischen Frauen, damit die Gewalt gegen sie eine Ende findet.
    Protestiert gegen die Politik der Islamischen Republik, die internationale Normen und Gesetze an den Islam annähern will oder diese ganz ablehnt.
    Bekämpft die Politik, die frauenfeindliche Gesetze als einen Teil der Kultur oder als Privatsache betrachtet.
    Fordert von euren Politikern sowie von internationalen Organisationen, dass diese den Druck auf die Islamische Republik erhöhen damit die geschlechtsspezifische Apartheidpolitik endlich aufgehoben wird.... 

    SIEHE http://www.honestly-concerned.org/Temp/Iran-Frauen-Broschuere-Deutsch.pdf

  19. MEMRIBLOG - Ahmadinejad-Affiliated Website Attacks Rafsanjani
    An article posted on the Raja News website, which is affiliated with supporters of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, criticized repeated warnings by Expediency Council Chairman Hashemi Rafsanjani on "the danger facing Iran," saying that they were made for Rafsanjani's own political purposes.
    Source: Raja News, Iran, November 15, 2007

  20. MEMRIBLOG - Montazeri To Iranian Leaders: Stop Provocative Statements That Prepare Ground For War
    Senior Iranian Ayatollah Hossein Ali Montazeri criticized the "narrow-mindedness" and "monopoly" of Iran's regime heads, as manifested by restrictions and monitoring against him and against other critics of the government.
    Speaking to the online reformist daily Rooz, Montazeri also called on regime officials to stop making provocative statements that prepare the ground for a new war.
    Source: Rooz, Iran, November 15, 2007

  21. MEMRIBLOG - Iranian Daily: "The Intelligence That the West Currently Has on Iran's Nuclear Program is Limited to the Sites Accessible to IAEA Inspectors – And More Than That They Do Not Know"
    Against the backdrop of the increasing threat of a possible attack on Iran, Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) commander Mohammad Ali J'afari warned the countries in the region against permitting the U.S. to attack Iran from its territory, saying "We will pay you back, and this is only natural."
    In addition, the conservative Iranian daily Kayhan, which is close to Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, hinted that Iran had not yet revealed all its nuclear facilities, and maintained that the West does not have all the intelligence information that it needs to completely destroy Iran's nuclear program.
    Click here to Read the Full MEMRI Dispatch

  22. MEMRIBLOG - Montazeri To Iranian Leaders: Stop Provocative Statements That Prepare Ground For War 
     
    Senior Iranian Ayatollah Hossein Ali Montazeri criticized the "narrow-mindedness" and "monopoly" of Iran's regime heads, as manifested by restrictions and monitoring against him and against other critics of the government. 
     
    Speaking to the online reformist daily Rooz, Montazeri also called on regime officials to stop making provocative statements that prepare the ground for a new war.
     

  23. MEMRIBLOG - Iranian Weekly: Doubtful Whether Holocaust Took Place; 3,000 Centrifuges In Operation At Natanz
    An article titled "The Holocaust – The Big Lie" in the Iranian weekly Sobh-e Sadeq, which is the mouthpiece of Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei among the IRGC, expresses doubt that the Holocaust ever took place and states that close SS and Gestapo cooperation brought about the emigration of over 6,000 German Jews to Palestine from 1933 through 1941.
    In another article, the paper reported that 3,000 centrifuges were in operation at the Natanz facility, and that "nuclear Iran" was now a fact.


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