Friday, June 02, 2006

Last Friday's Daily Briefing on Iran

Iran Press News reported that the secretary-general of a terrorist organization of the Islamic regime said: "Hezbollah cells are being dispatched throughout the world and being prepped to face crisis".

Iran Press News reported that a regime-run newspaper said: "We should terrorize young European sissies as payback for the blood of our Islamic martyrs."

Hindustan Times reported that US President George W Bush and Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert have agreed on a timetable for American intervention to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear capability.

Iran Press News reported that German Neo-Nazis have begun organizing anti-Israel demonstrations on June 21, during the football match between Iran and Angola in support of Ahmadinejad's statements about Israel and the holocaust.

Reuters reported that Iranian journalist and political dissident, Akbar Ganji, has been awarded the annual Martin Ennals Award for Human Rights Defenders (MEA).

China Economic Net reported that North Korea and Iran, locked in nuclear standoffs with the United States, celebrated their friendship and said their opposition to "global dominators" made their relationship stronger.

Amil Imani, The American Thinker argued that while the world views Iran's President as a zealot, fascist, fanatic, anti-Semitic, lunatic and more, he is far from unhinged.

Michael Ledeen, National Review Online argued that if you want to know what the mullahs want you to think, just read the “reporting” by the Washington Post’s own Karl Vick.

Category: Iran and Terrorism.