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Originally posted by blobby
What if Israel has space based weapons then Iran would be royaly stuffed for launching a nuke.
Originally posted by RetinoidReceptor
Vitchilo is right. No need to get worried and scared about yet another nuclear war date...
Originally posted by fennek77
Frankly.. Iran and Syria deserve to be wiped off the map (government, not civis)
The typical bad muslims leaders who stand against our free world should be slaughtered, they thrive off suffering, continue weapons development and spit on the UN.
DOWN WITH IRAN.
IM SICK OF WAR, SICK OF THE CNN FRONT PAGE GOING ON ABOUT DEATH AND IMINENT DOOM.
Get these sadists out of the world and we can start building a unified global alliance free of war and radical jihad.
Iran wants peace, but they want to destroy the West first? pfft
(Mod edit- Please mind the mouth)
[edit on 13-8-2006 by asala]
Call for Emergency OIC Meeting
TEHRAN, July 21--President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Friday called for an emergency meeting of the Organization of Islamic Conference to put an end to Israeli aggressions against Lebanon.
Ahmadinejad, who was talking to Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the phone, added that it is necessary to hold intensive negotiations among the OIC member-states, especially the regional countries, IRNA reported.
The president deplored the silence of international bodies, especially the UN Security Council, on the Israeli atrocities and the support of Western countries for the Israeli crimes against innocent civilians.
Ahmadinejad emphasized that the regional countries are growing more furious over the indifference of some global powers vis-ˆ-vis the Middle East crisis.
“If this trend continues, it is possible that relations between regional countries and Europe would be seriously jeopardized,“ he said.
Erdogan, for his part, emphasized that OIC must become active and hold intensive negotiations to prevent further Zionist aggressions.
“Humanitarian aid should be dispatched to the people of Lebanon and a ceasefire must be established immediately to restore peace and calm to the region,“ he said.
SNSC Urges Return to Negotiations
(Same Link as above, Same NEWS DAY)
TEHRAN, July 21--Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) issued a communiquŽ on Thursday urging the Group 5+1 to return to the negotiating table for discussing Iran’s nuclear program.
The statement, signed by SNSC Secretary Ali Larijani, noted that any restriction on Iran’s legitimate nuclear rights will leave no alternative for Iran but to revise its policies, stressing that Aug. 22 is the date for Iran’s response to the package of incentives offered by the five veto powers plus Germany, ISNA reported.
- Addressing worshipers at Tehran University, Rafsanjani said the West’s effort to urge the United Nations Security Council to approve a resolution against Iran’s nuclear programs was a “crucial act“.
- “Setting the suspension (of uranium enrichment) first for negotiations as a precondition by Westerners is like a time bomb and a destruction point“ which marred the process of finding a practical solution for the nuclear dispute,“ he said.
- Criticizing those who act against the interests of the Iranian nation inside the county, Rafsanjani expressed hope that Iranians would successfully pass through the current difficult stage as it did during the Iraq-imposed war.
EU Should Adopt Fair Mideast Stance
(Again, Same day link as noted above.)
TEHRAN, July 21--Foreign Ministry in a communiquŽ on Thursday lambasted the European Union for its stance over the Middle East crisis, urging the EU to adopt a fair standpoint.
In the communiquŽ, the ministry responded to the statement issued by the EU Council of Ministers in Brussels on July 17, Mehr News Agency reported.
- “The EU should respect human rights, shun prejudices and adhere to its ethical and humane duties for establishment of peace on the basis of justice and to confront the atrocities and state terrorism of Israel against innocent human beings,“
Gholam Shire'i: Iran to quit IAEA
Aug 13, 2006
"If the result of our being part of international organisations and the IAEA is to be deprived of our absolute right (in nuclear matters), there is no reason for us to continue to be part of such organisations," said Gholam-Ali Hadad-Adel also known as "Gholam Shire'i" in majlis for his addiction to opium.
Iran's reformist party elect 'US embassy hostage taker' as chief
Aug 12, 2006
Iran's main reformist political party, the Islamic Iran Participation Front (IIPF), has elected Mohsen Mirdamadi as its new chief. A former US embassy hostage taker, Mirdamadi, 51, was elected by 156 votes out of 186. He replaces Mohammad Reza Khatami, brother of former president Mohammad Khatami.
Iran pushing Iraqi violence
Aug 12, 2006
EDWARD WONG, New York Times
Iran is pressing Shiite militias in Iraq to step up attacks against the U.S.-led forces in retaliation for the Israeli assault on Lebanon, the American ambassador to Iraq said Friday.
Iran may foment even more violence in the coming weeks as it faces off with the United States and United Nations over its nuclear program, he added.
Iran Mullahs Prosecutor General calls Bush, Rice as neo-crusaders hostile to Muslims
Aug 10, 2006
"This vicious triangle is aware that once the culture of Jihad and martyrdom prevails, Muslim nations will not tolerate being humiliated. That is why they target such a culture to undermine Islam."
Mullah added that under the present sensitive conditions, Sunni and Shi'ite Ulama should use their full power to defend Islam and Quran in the face of the US and vampire Israel, adding that this is the secret to Islam's victory.
Iran will continue nuclear work
Aug 10, 2006
Iran will continue its nuclear work "to the maximum scope" within the non-proliferation regime, but will give a reply to an international nuclear offer by Aug. 22 as announced, Iran's ambassador to Russia said on Thursday.
Tehran views as "unlawful" the latest UN Security Council resolution on Iran, which urges the country to stop uranium enrichment by Aug. 31, Gholamreza Ansari said, quoted by the Itar-Tass news agency.
"Therefore we don't recognize the demand that we suspend uranium enrichment in view of absence of violations on our part," Ansari said.
Originally posted by Shane
Well, since this is spoonfed babber being prompted by Zionists, (As some here wish to suggest), I wonder what the Horse has to say?
blah blah blah
sorry too long to quote it all
Originally posted by zurvan
Dude honestly what on earth are you on about? you have posted a bunch of links but what are you trying to say? what is your message? sorry I couldn't get your point at all.
:puz [edit on 14-8-2006 by zurvan]