Iran

Holocaust denial and anti-Semitism: the Iranian media gave wide coverage to the Holocaust denial conference held in Cairo by marginal opposition parties.

On December 27, 2006, two weeks after Tehran hosted a Holocaust denial conference, a follow-up conference was held in Cairo, called “The lie of the [Jewish] Holocaust and the Arab Holocaust in Palestine.” It was organized by a number of marginal opposition parties headed by the Egyptian Arab Socialist Party, a pan-Arab Socialist party which
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Holocaust denial as a tool of Iranian policy

On December 11 and 12, 2006, the Iranian regime hosted a conference dedicated to Holocaust denial, called the “International Conference on Review of the Holocaust: Global Vision.” Its intention was to give an international dimension to the false claim that the Holocaust of the Jewish people during the Second World War did not occur, or,
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The Iranian regime operates many Arabic-language Internet sites to spread its radical Islamic ideology to the Arab and Muslim populations around the world

The Iranian regime makes a great effort to export Khomeini’s radical Islamic ideology. One of its objectives is to advance Iran’s aspirations for hegemony in the Middle East and another is to support its political ideology and propaganda campaign against the United States and Israel.
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Hamas prime minister Ismail Haniya firmly positioned himself in the Iranian-Syrian axis during visits to Damascus and Teheran

Hamas prime minister Ismail Haniya firmly positioned himself in the Iranian-Syrian axis during visits to Damascus and Teheran. He made it clear that Hamas rejected Israel’s right to exist and supported its destruction by terrorism. He totally rejected the demands of Abu Mazen, the Quartet and the international community.
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Argentina accuses Iran of responsibility for the Hezbollah terrorist attack

Argentina accuses Iran of responsibility for the Hezbollah terrorist attack which destroyed Jewish Community Center in Buenos Aires, 1994. The Argentinean Attorney General’s office announced it had found Iran responsible for the terrorist attack and an Argentinean judge issued arrest warrants for seven senior Iranians and one senior Hezbollah member
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In a television interview, Hassan Nasrallah threatened to have his supporters take to the streets if Siniora’s government remained in power.

In a television interview, Hassan Nasrallah threatened to have his supporters take to the streets if Siniora’s government remained in power. The United States blamed Iran, Syria and Hezbollah for working to overthrow the Lebanese government. Nasrallah stated that Hezbollah would demand a high price for the abducted Israeli soldiers.
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