Saturday, October 14, 2006

Iran: Daily Briefing on Iran

I am posting them in the order I received them. That means the newest articles you will find at the end, not the top. :)

Thursday's Daily Briefing on Iran.
US Says It Will Put an End to Open Talks with Iran.
Chirac Must Lead Resistance to Iran 's Latest Nuclear Offer?
An Iranian Ayatollah under siege.
Here are two other news items you may have missed.

Friday's Daily Briefing on Iran.
Rafsanjani reveals Khomeini's nuclear secret. MUST READ.
Poll: 2/3 of Iranians dissatisfied with Ahmadinejad.
Russia accuses the US of acting unilaterally on Iran. (LET US ASK THE DEAD REPORTER ABOUT THAT, EH?)
Here are four other news items you may have missed.

Saturday's Daily Briefing on Iran.
War Talk in Washington: The Questions That Need to be Asked.
Outspoken Ayatollah Alleges Official Persecution.
Here is one other news item you may have missed.

Sunday's Daily Briefing on Iran.
An Ayatollah revolts in Iran.
Same old rigged election in Iran 'underway'.
Iran's gov’t wants more time to control prices.
Here are two other news items you may have missed.

Monday's Daily Briefing on Iran.
UK students to protest Khatami visit t St Andrew's University.
Is the US seeking to use Khatami against Ahmadinejad?
It's the Regime, Stupid!
Ayatollah Borujerdi finally arrested by the regime.
The regime once again makes it clear: No end to enrichment.
Here are three news items you may have missed.

Tuesday's Daily Briefing on Iran.
The Bush administration reverses course on Iran?
The arrest and massacre in Iran.
The missing in Iran.
The stoning of women in Iran.
Murder justified in Iran.
The inflation in Iran.
The unpaid workers in Iran.
The Union workers in Iran ask for help.
Bush accuses N Korea of supplying missile technology to Iran.
Israeli's worry about Iran after the N Korea nuke test.
Here are six news items you may have missed.

Wednesday's Daily Briefing on Iran.
The Persian hands in N Korea 's nuke test.
The Islamic Republic's secret war on its own people.
BBC to launch Iranian TV into Iran. (Pray they're not as biased over there as they are here!)
Islamic Republic's latest attack on the Danish Embassy.
Here are two news items you may have missed.

Thursday's Daily Briefing on Iran.
UN Security Council to work on Iran sanctions next week.
Ahmadinejad blames the media.
Its official: Rafsanjani to run for Assembly of Experts.
Islamic Regime considers moving the capital. (Hmm?)
Family raises bail for student leader Ahmad Batebi, so the "Judge" triples it. (Jerk-off!)
The art of Middle East negotiation.
Here are five news items you may have missed.

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