News: Terrorism and fundamentalism
This has been requested by Judge Franco Ionta at Rome's first court of Assizes, where the trial for murder of Mohammed Hussein Naghdi, representative of the Iranian Resistance killed in March 1993, is taking place.
Reporting the event, the Kuwaiti news agency, KUNA, quoted Abdulrahman Al-Attiyah, Secretary-General of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) as saying to the conferees that the issue of Iran and the Gulf was a current priority because it was directly linked to regional security.
NCRI – According to reports by the Italian news agencies, the death sentence for Mohammad Hossein Naghdi, representative of the National Council of Resistance of Iran in Italy was signed by Khomeini.
A document which was submitted to a murder trial court in Rome, indicated that the death decree for all members of the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI) and the National Council of Resistance of Iran was issued by Khomeini, founder of the fundamentalist regime ruling in Iran.
NCRI - Tony Blair, British Prime Minister, told a committee of senior backbench MPs on Monday that recent events in Iran "don't exactly augur well,” and voiced "real, genuine" concerns over the direction Iran is taking.
The Prime Minister said the rogue state's nuclear programme, support for terrorism and "meddling" in Iraq were all worries.
Washington Times, November 18 - The discovery of a secret Iraqi Interior Ministry torture chamber confirms what has been an open secret in Baghdad for months: Pro-Iranian militia have deeply infiltrated the ministry and are acting as a law unto themselves.
The unveiling of A secret torture and murder center in Baghdad, managed by the Badr militia within the Iraqi Interior Ministry, fully confirms repeated first hand complaints handed by several Iraqi civil society organizations and citizens to the Friends of a Free Iran mission to Iraq last July.
NCRI, November 12 – Highlighting the recent bombings in Amman, Jordan, which left 57 civilians dead and up to 200 wounded, Prince Hassan of Jordan deplored the act in an interview with CNN on Friday, November 11. Jordan officially blamed the terror attacks on Al-Qaeda.
In his interview with CNN, Prince Hassan reiterated: “Iran is very much where the Al-Qaeda refugees find safe haven.”