Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Iran courting al-Qaida: DBI

Wednesday's Daily Briefing on Iran.
Islamic Republic grooming bin Laden's successor.
  • The Telegraph reported that Iran is trying to form an unholy alliance with al-Qa'eda by grooming a new generation of leaders to take over from Osama bin Laden.
Is it too late? Will Iran master the nuclear fuel cycle by March of 2007?
  • Debka File reported that Ahmadinejad said the next celebration in three months will mark “the Iranian nation’s success in mastering the fuel cycle.” He was saying in a word that the Israelis and Americans are too late.
  • Forbes reported that Ahmadinejad said that the long-term target of Iran should be to install 60,000 centrifuges to enrich uranium. Iran has said it is looking to install 3,000 centrifuges by March 2007.
  • The Washington Post reported that the International Atomic Energy experts have found unexplained plutonium and highly enriched uranium traces in a nuclear waste facility in Iran.
  • Der Spiegel reported that Iran has set aside a secret $418 million fund to expand its nuclear program, protect its nuclear sites from attack and build a secret new nuclear plant.
Has the Iraq Study Group been infiltrated by the Islamic Republic?
  • Gateway Pundit reported that there are concerns that a group of highly placed Iranian Regime lobbyist/agents, so called "Iranian experts", have peddled bad information into the Iraq Study Group hoping to shape the upcoming recommendations by that group.
  • Eli Lake, The New York Sun reported that President Bush after meeting with the bi-partisan Iraq policy panel, said his administration has no plans to meet with Iran before it suspends uranium enrichment.
  • RIA Novosti reported that the Islamic Republic remains undecided on whether to hold talks on Iraq's worsening security situation with Washington, which may seek Iranian assistance to stop a resurgence of sectarian violence in the country.
  • Amir Taheri, Gulf News claimed that uncertainty about the United States' policies is arguably the number one issue of Iraqi politics.
Ahmadinejad will send a message to the American people soon.
  • Monster and Critics reported that Ahmadinejad said Tuesday that he would soon send 'a message to the American nation.'
Ahmadinejad the executioner.
  • YnetNews reported on Ahmadinejad's reputation as a heartless killer and his belief in soon return of the 12th Iman to bring an end to history. "Ahmadinejad was called the man of a thousand bullets. Because he would give the last bullet for someone who has been tortured, and primarily executed by firing squad.
Here are a few other news items you may have missed.
  • The Drudge Report published the photo that has been ignored by the mainstream media for the past year showing Ahmadinejad at the World without Zionism Conference. A must see.
  • The Jerusalem Post reported that Binyamin Netanyahu warned "Iran is Germany ... that is arming itself with atomic bombs and declaring it will destroy the Jewish State."
  • Iran Press News reported that the Islamic regime is implementing in its cell phones a new global positioning system (GPS) surveillance system designed for tracking mobile phones. The mobile phones can trace the location of individuals under surveillance.
  • Iran Press News reported that the Islamic regime admitted that there are only 500 students in prisons and under torture in Tehran!
  • A cartoon of Mahmoud Adolfinejad.
Oh my. Thank you Doctor Zin and Team for bringing us this news. I pray that the people that can actually do something about this read your site!