News: Terrorism and fundamentalism
His comments in a news conference in the Saudi Arabian city of Mecca, follow his call in October for Israel to be "wiped off the map," which sparked widespread international condemnation.
Addressing the reporters in a press conference in Mecca today, mullahs' president suggested that Israel should be moved to Europe.
An Iraqi official investigation into the torture of more than 170 Iraqi detainees in a center belonged to the Interior Ministry in Baghdad found that forces guarding the center had close ties with the clerical regime in Iran.
SPECIAL REPORT – Part two
NCRI – This is the second part of a special report on the Iranian regime’s extraterritorial terrorist activities. The first part was published on December 2:
Naeb-Agha, a popular football star in Iran in the late 70s, accused the MOIS of interfering in his private life and bringing emotional harm to his children, in an attempt to accuse the PMOI of rights abuses. Naeb-Agha warned that the MOIS was planning a renewed campaign of assassinations against renowned dissidents throughout Europe and the US. The current disinformation campaign was a bid to set the stage for possible terrorist attacks by Tehran's agents, similar to the 1990s, he said.
NCRI – The following is the first part of a special report on the Iranian regime’s extraterritorial terrorist activities:
In reference to the state of the PMOI in Iraq, the state-run Persian daily Javan quoted Adel Abdul Mahdi, Vice President of Iraq assuring the mullahs, “that this group will not stay in Iraq and we will expel them from Iraq and those people in this group who are found to have committed crimes will be brought to justice.”