Friday, July 28, 2006

Radio active materials bound for Iran interdicted

Saturday, July 22, 2006.

Shipment of radio active materials bound for Iran interdicted.
    Iran Press News reported that officials in Bulgaria stopped a truck carrying radio active materials to Iran. A must read!
Iran experts tell US Senate its time for a regime change in Iran.
    This is a very nerve-wrecking time, because the Democrats believe our president to be a worse person than Ahmadinejad. Please, call your representatives toll free at 888-355-3588, and let them know where you stand on this topic. Tell them you want more money for radio, TV, and other forms of communication to get inside Iran. Let them know we are on the side of the people, not the regime. Help them. Please.

    Here are the links to some of the articles: AxcessNews, Michael Ledeen, U.S. Senate Committee Testimony, Ilan Berman, U.S. Senate Committee Testimony, Points: economic pressure, democracy promotion and public diplomacy, with specific recommendations. Amir Abbas Fakhravar, U.S. Senate Committee Testimony. What he testified to was absolutely right on target. VOA and Radio Farda are only speaking of reform, not regime change. They need to stop that. They need to get serious, if we want to avoid war.
Iranian opposition invited to the White House.
    Eli Lake, The New York Sun reported that two senior Bush administration officials at the White House met with 30 Iranian activists and academics to discuss the future of Iran.
Blair headed for the White House.
    Bloomberg Tony Blair will meet with President Bush in Washington July 28.
Rafsanjani complains about lack of Arab support for Hezbollah.
    This is incredible. I shall just give you the links: Iran Press News. Photo. Khaleej Times. He hails Hizbollah, and at the same time denies any links to this group. Who does he think he's kidding? Mehran Riazaty Just another braggart, or is he?
Iran tries to blackmail famous Iranian researcher with death sentence.
    Iran Press News reported that Dr. Alireza Sassanian, a pharmacological researcher famous for his vaccines, was arrested and remains in Evin Prison for failing to transfer the registration of his discovery from his own name to one of the governmental universities of the Islamic regime. He has also been sentenced to death.
Dear friends. This is the Father of someone. I was mistaken that he was the Father of my friend. No matter. He is still a man in need of our assistance. Please, do whatever you can to help. Don't bother with Human Rights Watch. They usually don't get anything done unless you know them or unless it is on their agenda. And you thought it was the rich who give you jobs? LOL. Yeah, right...The number to the White House is 202-456-1111. Thank you.

Here are a few other news items you may have missed.
  • Stratfor examined Iran's motives in Lebanon.
  • RIA Novosti reported that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will sign five cooperation agreements with Tajikistan's leadership during a visit next week.
  • The Wall Street Journal published an excellent report on Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of Hezbollah.
    Newt Gingrich, USA Today argued why now isn't the time for Israeli restraint in Lebanon.
Hat tip to Doctor Zin for all the hard work he has done in getting this information into our hands. Thank you, Doc.

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