Iran

Spotlight on Iran

The Supreme Leader takes advantage of the Friday sermon to issue yet another threat to the opposition and the regime’s opponents
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Jerusalem Day is held every year at Iranian regime prompting on the last Friday of Ramadan to express Iran’s commitment to the Palestinian cause.

This year the reformist movement is trying to turn it into a popular protest against the regime, which has warned against using the day for “evil purposes.”
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Spotlight on Iran

Yet another expression of the Revolutionary Guards’ increasing involvement in the political system: the Revolutionary Guards chief lashes out against reformist bloc leaders, provoking strong reactions.
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Israel in the Iranian Media (August 2009)

The increasing regional and international interest in the renewed Israeli-Palestinian peace process led to an outburst of criticism in the Iranian media, which condemned any political agreement with Israel and emphasized the “resistance” [i.e., terrorism] (“until Israel is wiped off the face of the earth and the cancerous growth is excised from the Middle East”).
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Spotlight on Iran

The Majles approves 18 out of the president’s 21 ministerial candidates for his new government. The nominations of two women (the education minister and the welfare minister) as well as the nomination of the energy minister have not been approved.
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The report issued by the Argentinean Attorney General regarding the suicide bombing attack at the AMIA building in Buenos Aires

On October 25, 2006, Dr. Alberto Nisman, the attorney general of Argentina, and prosecutor Marcelo Martínez made public the findings of the investigation into the suicide bombing attack at the AMIA building in Buenos Aires on July 18, 1994. According to the report Ahmad Vahidi, who at the end of the 1980s and beginning of
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