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Joint Conference by BPCIF and ISJ in the House of Commons: Democratic Iran a Prerequisite for Defeating Islamic Fundamentalism
On Wednesday, February 25, cross party MPs and Iran experts discussed the roots and solutions to the new global threat Islamic fundamentalism and terrorism in a joint conference by the British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom (BPCIF) and International Committee In Search of Justice (ISJ) in the House of Commons, chaired by the Rt Hon. David Jones MP, former Secretary of State For Wales.
“Secretary of State John F. Kerry said Wednesday that a final nuclear deal with Iran could be derailed if new allegations from an Iranian dissident group that Iran is running a secret uranium enrichment operation at a facility near Tehran prove true,” The Washington Times reported.
Mr. Kerry told lawmakers that U.S. officials knew of charges related the site prior to this week, but that “it has not been revealed yet as a nuclear facility.”
Some 30 hours after the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) unveiled for the first time details of a secret nuclear site has resorted to a hasty, desperate and pathetic propaganda blitz against the Iranian Resistance.
At a news conference at the National Press Club on Tuesday, February 24, 2015, the U.S. Representative Office of NCRI, unveiled information about Lavizan-3 site, where research and testing with advanced centrifuge machines for the purpose of uranium enrichment were being conducted.
A court in the United Arab Emirates has sentenced six Iranians, three of them in absentia, to life in prison for kidnapping an Iranian-British businessman who went missing in Dubai in 2013, according to local media in Dubai.
Dubai prosecutors sought the toughest punishment applicable against the six abductors for their involvement in kidnap case of Abbas Yazdanpanah, who was smuggled out on a boat from Sharjah to Iran.
Several members Iraqi parliament have called on their government for the lifting of the medical blockade imposed on Camp Liberty, the residence of Iranian dissidents in Iraq, located near Baghdad airport.
Ms. Jamila Al-Obaidi, an Iraqi parliamentarian and member of Al-Wataniya, said: "The information provided to us regarding the conditions of the residents of Camp Liberty shows that the rights of these residents have been openly violated,” according to the February 13 issue of "Al-Mustaqbal Al-Arabi" newspaper.
The government of Sudan has closed all Iranian cultural centers in the capital Khartoum for becoming a threat to national security of the North African country, President Omar al-Bashir said in an interview.
“People pointed to things we were not well aware of: cultural centers that proselytized Shiism. We should note that we are Sunni. And we have enough problems,” he said in an interview with Al Arabiya news.
Speech by Gianfranco Fattorini, former Co-Chair of the French NGO “Movement against Racism and for Friendship among the Peoples” (MRAP) at the event entitled 'Right to access to medical care' held at the UN Geneva headquarters on February 20, 2015 and he moderated*:
On behalf of the organizations that convene this roundtable - the Women Human Rights International Association, International Educational Development, Danielle Mitterrand’s foundation - France Libertés, and the Nonviolent Radical Party, Transnational and Transparty (PRNTT) - I welcome you to this roundtable discussion which will focus on the access to medicine in the Camp Liberty near Baghdad airport.
NCRI - As the executions of prisoners continue unabated in Iran, the celrical regime’s henchmen hang two other prisoners in public in the western city of Kermanshah.
The two men were hanged in two locations in the city 10 in the morning local time on Wednesday.
At least $1 billion in cash has been smuggled into Iran as it seeks to skirt international sanctions imposed for Tehran’s illegal nuclear activities.
The sanctions have shut Tehran out of the global banking system, making it hard to obtain the U.S. dollars it needs for international transactions.
The Iranian regime is using front companies and secretive unofficial channels to bypass sanctions and acquire materials for arms manufacture and other industries, according to leaked South African intelligence documents.
The revelations by Middle East news channel Al-Jazeera expose how Tehran is seeking to dodge trade restrictions imposed by the international community in response to the regime's appalling human rights record, sponsorship of terrorism and quest for a nuclear bomb.
Speech by Maryam Rajavi at Council of Europe
Khamenei’s speech - Iranian regime’s impasse in nuclear talks
Almost 5 weeks away from the March 24 deadline for reaching a general (political) agreement on the nuclear issue, Khamenei made sealing an agreement more difficult. Speaking to commanders of the air force on February 8, he talked about the details of an agreement and while supporting his negotiators, outlined new red lines for them.