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  1. AP USA, Frankreich und Großbritannien erhöhen Druck auf den Iran
    Wien (AP) Die USA, Frankreich und Großbritannien erhöhen den Druck auf den Iran weiter. Mehr »

  2. AFP Iran übergibt veralteten Plan für Atomwaffen-Bauteil an IAEA
    Kurz vor der Veröffentlichung eines Berichts der Internationalen Atomenergiebehö rde (IAEA) zu Irans Atomprogramm hat Teheran dem Organ einen Bauplan zur Herstellung von Atomwaffen-Bauteile n übergeben.

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    ELT Wirtschaft warnt vor deutschen Iran-Sanktionen
    Bundesregierung prüft – Bisher keine konkreten Pläne – Maschinenbau wäre besonders betroffen
    Düsseldorf – Die deutsche Wirtschaft hat zurückhaltend auf mögliche Verschärfungen der Wirtschaftssanktion en gegen den Iran reagiert. Man müsse jetzt erst einmal abwarten, was genau geplant sei und welche Maßnahmen die Regierung treffen wolle, heißt es übereinstimmend bei Konzernen und Verbänden. Fakt sei aber auch, dass die Wirtschaftsbeziehun gen zum Iran seit der Uno-Resolution und dem Rückzug europäischer Banken aus dem Geschäft mit dem persischen Staat ohnehin stark eingebrochen seien.
    “Die deutschen Firmen sind insgesamt vorsichtig geworden wegen des bestehenden und zukünftigen UN-Sanktionsrisikos “, sagte der Außenwirtschaftsexpe rte des Verbandes der Maschinen- und Anlagebauer (VDMA), Klaus Friedrich. Experten erwarten dadurch einen drastischen Einbruch bei den Exporten in den Iran, einige sogar dessen Halbierung. “Die Bundesregierung will eine Maßnahme ergreifen, die schon längst im Gange ist”, sagt ein Vorstand eines Dax-Konzerns, der nicht genannt werden will.
    Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel (CDU) hatte während ihres US-Besuchs auf der Privat-Ranch von Präsident George W. Bush angekündigt, die Wirtschaftsbeziehun gen zwischen Deutschland und dem Iran weiter einschränken zu wollen. Die CDU-Politikerin kündigte Gespräche mit der deutschen Wirtschaft über das Thema an. 

  4. YNET Moshe and Mahmoud reunite

    Neturei Karta’s Moshe Friedman in Iran again to visit Ahmadinejad, explain why Zionism is evil

  5. AP Ehemaliger iranischer Atomunterhändler wegen Spionage angeklagt
    Mussawian soll Geheimnisse an britische Botschaft verraten haben Mehr »

  6. RIA Novosti Ahmadinedschad will bei OPEC-Gipfel Zusammenarbeit ausbauen
    Der iranische Präsident Mahmud Ahmadinedschad nimmt am kommenden Samstag in der saudi-arabischen Hauptstadt Riad am dritten Gipfel der Organisation Erdöl …

  7. Nationaler Widerstandsrat Iran Ahmadinejad: “Kritiker sind Verräter”
    Teheran, Iran (Agenturen) – Präsident Mahmoud Ahmadinejad bezeichnete am Montag seine Kritiker als “Verräter” im eigenen Haus und beschuldigte sie der …

  8. BICOM Notes Iranian nuclear threat – close to the tipping point  13 November 2007
    Introduction
    In the coming days, two reports will be published which will set the context for the next round of international decision-making on how to deal with Iran’s nuclear programme. The IAEA will report on Iranian compliance with a ‘work-plan’ aimed at clarifying the more shrouded aspects of its nuclear programme. EU Foreign Policy Chief Javier Solana will also report on his attempts to persuade Iran to accept its demands to suspend its uranium enrichment programme – he is due to report from the EU Council Secretariat on further progress, and is also to report back on information from EU heads of mission in Iran on any positive developments. Last night, Prime Minister Gordon Brown gave the annual Mansion House speech, which traditionally focuses on foreign policy, and reaffirmed his willingness to “lead in seeking tougher sanctions both at the UN and in the European Union.”
    While Iran has emphasised the peaceful purposes of its nuclear programme, international analysts widely believe that Iran’s goal is to develop its nuclear technology and materials in order either to build a nuclear bomb as soon as possible or to have the capability to build one very quickly. With the basic technological building blocks already in place, all Iran now needs to achieve this is time. Nearly all members of the United Nations Security Council, in addition to the other key international player on the issue, Germany, agree that a nuclear-armed Iran would be a very bad thing. That being the case, it has two primary ways (that we know of) to stop Iran.

  9. FOXNEWS Gays Deserve Torture, Death Penalty, Iranian Minister Says
    Tuesday, November 13, 2007 – By Dominic Kennedy
    Nov. 12: Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in Tehran.
    Homosexuals deserve to be executed or tortured and possibly both, an Iranian leader told British MPs during a private meeting at a peace conference, The Times has learned.
    Mohsen Yahyavi is the highest-ranked politician to admit that Iran believes in the death penalty for homosexuality after a spate of reports that gay youths were being hanged.
    President Ahmadinejad, questioned by students in New York two months ago about the executions, dodged the issue by suggesting that there were no gays in his country.
    Britain regularly challenges Iran about its gay hangings, stonings and executions of adulterers and perceived moral criminals, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) papers show.
    The latest row involves a woman hanged this June in the town of Gorgan after becoming pregnant by her brother. He was absolved after expressing his remorse. Britain said that this demonstrated the unequal treatment of men and women in law and breached Iran’s pledge to restrict the death penalty to the most serious crimes.
    A series of reported executions of gays, including two underage boys whose public hanging was posted on the internet, has alarmed human rights campaigners.

  10. dpa Schäfer Trainerkandidat für iranisches Nationalteam
    Winfried Schäfer steht vor einem Engagement als Nationaltrainer des Iran.

  11. MEMRIBLOGIn Iran, Students Clash As Ahmadinejad Visits Campus
    Dozens were arrested November 12 as student movement activists clashed with student Bassij members at Tehran’s Information and Technology University during a campus visit by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
    The clashes came despite security efforts and early warnings to students prior to the visit.
    Student movement activists were protesting against the continued detention of three activists from their movement and against the lack of freedom of speech at the universities.
    Source: Rooz, Iran, November 13, 2007

  12. MEMRIBLOGIranian Daily To Turkey: Don’t Play Mediator Between Palestinians, Israel
    In an editorial, the conservative Iranian daily Jomhouri-ye Eslami has warned Turkey against taking Egypt’s place as mediator in the service of the Zionists.
    The paper said that the role the Turkish government was playing as mediator between Israel and the Palestinians was against the will of the Turkish people, and that such mediation was valueless anyway because Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is an American-Israeli hanger-on and has no status among the Palestinians.
    Source: Jomhouri-ye Eslami, Iran, November 13, 2007


  13. MEMRIBLOGNew from MEMRI TV: Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Announces Operation of 3,000 Centrifuges
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  14. MEMRIBLOGIran To Muslim Heads Of State: Boycott Annapolis, Save Yourselves From “American Conspiracy”
    In a letter to 43 Muslim heads of state, the director of Iran’s International Committee on Jerusalem and for Supporting Palestinian Rights, ‘Ali Akbar Mokhtashemi- Pour, has called for boycotting the Annapolis conference, thus saving themselves from the “American conspiracy.”
    The deputy for cultural and defense propagation affairs for Iran’s joint chiefs of staff, Masoud Jazayeri, warned that “in the event of aggression by America, Iran is capable of carrying out a mortal strike against it,” adding that Iran benefited from sufficient intelligence and sufficient means to do so.
    Source: Jomhouri-ye Eslami, Iran, November 8, 2007; IRNA, ISNA, Iran, November 13, 2007

  15. MEMRIBLOGIranian Papers Criticize Ahmadinejad Over “Nuclear Traitors” Statements
    In response to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s accusations, in a speech, against “Iranian nuclear traitors,” the Iranian reformist daily Aftab-e Yazd printed an editorial attacking Ahmadinejad, saying that he could not force his view on the judiciary and on parliament by accusing his critics of being nuclear traitors.
    Another editorial, in the opposition paper Etemad-e Meli, stated that Ahmadinejad’ s accusations against his critics contradicted his assertion at Columbia University that “Iran is one of the freest and most democratic countries.”
    Sources: Aftab-e Yazd, Etemad-e Meli, Iran, November 13, 2007

  16. MEMRIBLOGIranian Reformist: Iran Could Become Vietnam
    Leading Iranian reformist activist Mostafa Tajzadeh has called on Iranian leaders not to turn Iran into Vietnam.
    He said that threats against Iran have reached their height, and warned of a bloody war.
    Source: Aftab, Iran, November 13, 2007
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