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  • Last Modified: Domenica 21 Luglio 2019, 20:14:09.

Ahmadinejad the Murderer: The Result of 8 Years of Appeasement

Hedayat Mostowfiby Hedayat Mostowfi

As the Leader of the Iranian Resistance said; "a viper will never give birth to a dove."

The world was shocked by the release of a photo of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the new Iranian president-elect, next to a blind-folded American hostage on the terrace of the American embassy in Tehran in 1979, and by the testimony of six ex-hostages who recognized him as a leader among the hostage-takers.

In the war on terror, West must choose firmness in place of appeasement

The deadly bombings in London last week and mullahs putting a hostage taker terrorist at the helmThe deadly bombings in London last week and mullahs putting a hostage taker terrorist at the helm as a president may appear unrelated. However, both warn us of a single threat: religious fundamentalism and terrorism under the pretext of Islam, the biggest threat to world peace and tranquility today.

The increasing threats posed by Islamic fundamentalism and terrorism emanating from it as well as options to deal with it must be considered seriously.  May be now, 12 years after I had warned of this threat in my book, "Islamic Fundamentalism: The New Global Threat", a more realistic attempt is made to better understand this phenomenon.

Commentary by Mohammad Mohaddessin
Foreign Affairs Committee Chair, July 14, 2005

Iran’s election puts EU at crossroads

ImageRecent reports of involvement of the mullahs' new President Mohamoud Ahmadinejad in the takeover of US Embassy in Tehran in 1979 has shocked the world.

True to form, prior to the elections, Ahmadinejad had boasted: "We did not have the revolution to have democracy." "The wave of our Islamic revolution will reach the whole world soon," he said after the election.

Commentary by Mohammad Mohaddessin
Foreign Affairs Committee Chair

Who is new Iran President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad?

ImageEvents Born in the Garmsar, east of Tehran, the 49-year-old Ahmadinejad is the son of a blacksmith.

After finishing high school, Ahmadinejad went to Elm-o Sanaat University in 1975 to study engineering. Soon the whirlwind of Islamic revolution led by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini swept him from the classroom to the mosque and he joined a generation of firebrand Islamic fundamentalists dedicated to the cause of an Islamic world revolution,

In 1979, he became the representative of Elm-o Sanaat students in the Office for Strengthening of Unity Between Universities and Theological Seminaries, which later became known as the OSU.

FAC Chairman: Editorial- Iran elections, A turning point

ImageA few days after Iran's election farce, the mullahs’ claims about a huge turn out last Friday and efforts to lure voters to polling stations is drawing ridicule everywhere.

Based on reports and eyewitness accounts of its observers at 15,000 polling stations across Iran, the main Iranian opposition group, the Mujahedeen-e Khalq put the turn out at less than 10 percent.
The brewing infighting this week among rival factions put the spotlight on a glimpse of vote fraud. The cunning mullahs employed a variety of methods including,

    * The use of 5,000,000 National ID cards of the deceased
    * Voting with unofficial ID Cards.

Behind the scenes story of a shameful affair

ImageA report from our correspondent in United Nations - Geneva

For years, the Iranian authorities have constantly and increasingly intervened with the United Nations officials to have the opponents or the Iranian activists and defenders of the human rights close to the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), banned from the United Nations bodies, and most particularly from the Human Rights Commission where these activists have always intervened to inform the international community of the aggravated violations of human rights and the reality of the situation in their country.
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