Saturday, February 03, 2007

Islamic Disciplinary Agents killed in armed clash

Saturday's Daily Briefing on Iran.
Armed clashes in the province of Esfahan; Islamic regime disciplinary agents killed.
  • Iran Press News reported that regime-run news sources reported that in the course of an armed conflict in the province of Esfahan which occurred on Wednesday, January 31st, at least ten members of the regime’s disciplinary guards and Basiji forces were killed.
Gaza security forces arrest seven Iranian arms experts.
  • Adnkronos International reported Fatah-linked Palestinian security forces have arrested seven Iranian weapons experts who include an Iranian army general during a raid at the Islamic University in Gaza City.
Iran blocks UN cameras at big atom site.
  • reported that Iran has refused to let UN inspectors to set up cameras at an underground plant where it is set to begin installing 3000 centrifuges for full-scale enrichment of nuclear fuel.
U.S. Interrogating Iranian Guardsmen in Iraq.
  • Kenneth R. Timmerman, News Max reported that the U.S. government, aided by an intelligence specialist from an Iranian opposition group, continues to interrogate Iranian Revolutionary Guards officers arrested in Irbil in northern Iraq on Jan. 10.
  • The Wall Street Journal reported that the administration's tough new posture toward Iran is alarming many lawmakers, intelligence officials and military officers, who worry that the White House is exaggerating Iran's connection to attacks inside Iraq in order to justify a future military assault against Iran. [Is this the same intelligence group that said there was no danger prior to 9/11/2001? Hmm?]
Here are a few other news items you may have missed.
  • The Director of National Intelligence released the much anticipated NIE on Iraq. Here is the public version.
  • Kenneth R. Timmerman, reported on two trials couldn’t be more dissimilar, and it’s not because our legal systems are different. One trial is in Washington D.C. the other in Paris.
  • Iran Press News released a statement by a group of student supporters of imprisoned Ayatollah Seyed Hussein Kazemeini-Boroujerdi.
  • Iran Press News reported that the life of political activist, Abbas Lesani is in danger.
  • The Secular Islam Summit announced its historic summit will be held March 4-5 in St. Petersburg, Florida.
  • published this video: The Islamic Mein Khampf.
Thank you, Doctor Zin and Team, for the news that you continue to provide. It is appreciated. Have a nice day everyone.