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Iraq: 'We are running out of time,' the officer said

Iraq: 'We are running out of time,' the officer said NCRI - The following is a report by Richard Norton and Taylor from Basra which points to Iranian regime's meddling across Iraq. The report was published on Saturday by The Guardian:

Iraq is on a knife-edge. You feel it when the pilot of the Puma helicopter suddenly banks and automatically fires decoys in response to the threat of an attack from the ground. You sense it on the faces of young British squaddies preparing for another night patrol. You certainly hear it when you talk to British military commanders in Basra and Baghdad.

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Iran: Mullahs' interference in Lebanon denounced

NCRI - A Lebanese Christian leader complained of mullahs' interferences in his country in an interview with Arab daily As-Sharq Al-Awsat.

After meeting the French Foreign Minister Philippe Douste-Blazy in Paris, Archbishop Nasrollah Safir denounced Iran's role in Lebanon and told As-Sharq Al-Awsat daily: "The Iranian regime continues its destabilizing role in Lebanon by sending money and weapons to that country."

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Harper: Iran clothing rules reminiscent of Nazis

Harper: Iran clothing rules reminiscent of NazisAssociated Press, OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper says news reports that Iran could require Jews and Christians to wear coloured labels in public might be true.

He says Iran's hardline Islamist government has proven itself capable of such extremism.

"Unfortunately, we've seen enough already from the Iranian regime to suggest that it is very capable of this kind of action," Harper said.

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Former UN Secretary General warns of Iran regime's security threats

Former UN Secretary General warns of Iran regime's security threatsNCRI - Iranian regime is a real threat to the security in the region, said former UN Secretary General Boutros Boutros Ghali in an interview with Iraqi radio.

Boutros Ghali said "I was watching closely the situation in Iran during the time I had diplomatic responsibilities. I felt that Iran was ideologically a danger to the peace in the region."

"State supported fundamentalism is a threat to democracy. I had repeatedly warned of Iran's theocratic rulers," Boutros Ghali reiterated. 

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Macedonia complaining of fundamentalist interference of Iranian regime

Macedonia complaining of fundamentalist interference of Iranian regimeNCRI - Security officials of Macedonia are warning against the Iranian regime's assistance to fundamentalist groups in that country through its cultural center in Belgrade.

In a report by Channel 5 of the Macedonian television on May 15, quoting security officials, it said that the cultural center of the Iranian regime in Belgrade is the main financial and cultural support to the Islamic fundamentalists in that country.

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