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  • #61
    Gates' Memo on Iran
    Secretary of Defense shares views with White House

    Concerning US strategy for dealing with Iran's nuclear program. Wyatt Andrews reports on this memo and debate over US policy.

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    • #62
      Green Year

      A review of past year's protests




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      • #63
        Shahram Amiri

        Nuclear scientist abducted or...?

        Reuters: Iran's state television showed a video on Monday of what it said was a missing nuclear scientist declaring he had been kidnapped and taken to the United States where he was "tortured." Shahram Amiri, a university researcher working for Iran's Atomic Energy Organization, disappeared during a pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia a year ago and Tehran accused Riyadh of handing him over to the United States. Saudi Arabia denied the claim, saying the kingdom had searched in vain for him on its territory

        In this clip Amiri says he is in the US to pursue his higher education:



        This was broadcast on Iranian state TV. Here he says he was abducted by US and Saudi governments and transported to Tuscon, Arizona:




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        • #64
          Abdolmalek Rigi
          Jondollah leader executed

          BBC: The leader of a Sunni militant group has been executed in Iran for his involvement in "terrorist" attacks in the Islamic state, state media report. Abdolmalek Rigi, head of Jundullah, was hanged at dawn at Tehran's Evin prison in the presence of the families of its victims, the Irna news agency said. Mr Rigi was accused of being behind a series of deadly bombings and raids in the province of Sistan-Baluchistan. He was arrested in February while on a flight from Dubai to Kyrgyzstan. Founded in 2003, Jundullah (Soldiers of God) says it is fighting to defend the human rights, culture and faith of ethnic Baluchis

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          • #65
            Hossein Taeb
            Heads Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps Intelligence Organization

            Iran Focus: An Iranian cleric who is little known in the West is heading an intelligence operation that was formed only last year to counter political unrest, and which has rapidly become the Tehran regime’s main security force. Hojjatoleslam Hossein Taeb heads the Intelligence Organisation of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) which was created in mid-2009 on the orders of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei to centralise the security forces clamping down on unrest that followed the disputed presidential election. Iran Focus has learnt that the organisation has also been tasked with accelerating Iran's nuclear projects, which are run by the IRGC. Taeb reports directly to Khamenei

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            • #66
              Iran regime change "fantasy"

              CNN's Farid Zakaria commentary




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              • #67
                Barry Marston

                UK Foreign Ministry Spoesksman

                http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXUng...embedded#at=22



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                • #68
                  Bill O'Reilly: Attack on Iran will Cause WWIII
                  Warns U.S. and Israel of consequences of military action


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                  • #69
                    Sadegh Tabatabaee
                    Khomeini's son-in-law interviewed by BBC Persian's Enayat Fani

                    Part 1:




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                    • #70
                      Decadence & Western threats

                      Tehran Friday Prayers leader Ahmad Khatami




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                      • #71
                        Tony Blair: Radical Islam, Iran threat
                        Former British PM: "We must be prepared to confront Iran"

                        AFP: Former prime minister Tony Blair warned on Sunday that the roots of radical Islam were far deeper than we think and said Al-Qaeda would have killed 300,000 on September 11, 2001 if they could. "This is actually more like the phenomenon of revolutionary communism," Blair said in an interview with ABC News, commenting on the reach of Islamic extremism. The former leader took a similarly hard line on Iran. Blair said he did not favour war with Iran but added: "I'm saying I think you cannot exclude it because the primary objective has got to be to prevent them from getting a nuclear weapon."

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                        • #72
                          Ahmadinejad in New York
                          Urges US to free Iranian detainees after American hiker released

                          BBC: Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has urged the US to release Iranian citizens after Tehran freed on bail a US hiker it accuses of spying. Mr Ahmadinejad said the US should make a humanitarian gesture to release eight Iranians "illegally detained" in the US. His remarks came as the released hiker, Sarah Shourd, arrived in the US. US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has called for Iran's "responsible" leaders to assert control there



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