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Unique Coverage of Iranian Documentary `Beyond Fitna'
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
An Iranian Documentary "Beyond Fitna" which has been produced and posted on the Internet by "Islam and Christianity Non-Governmental Organization", has received warm welcome by various sites and weblogs in the world after a short time and it has been referred to as the first successful experience of Iranians in Internet films.
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Lebanon: Futility of Efforts to Exclude the Resistance
Saturday, June 21, 2008
The role played by the Islamic Republic of Iran in the Doha Accord was prominent and unique. From the very beginning of the crisis, Iran opened talks with all the parties in Lebanon and always underlined that the only solution to the crisis is conformity.
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U.S. Colonialism in Iraq
Saturday, June 21, 2008
Earlier this month, that part of humanity that respects its own freedom and dignity was a witness to an impending conclusion of a unilateral ‘security’ agreement between the U.S., the sole author of this forced concession, and the Iraqi government.
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10 Points About Solana's Visit and "Diplomatic Package"
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
Presentation of a new package to Iran under conditions that the West's illogical pressures within the political resolutions of the United Nations Security Council have unsuccessfully continued, demonstrates some basic points. 5+1 realized that more pressure on Iran would inflict heavy costs on them and for the same reason they would like to restore the diplomatic trend through offering another package. This would also partially revive the West's lost unanimity vis-à-vis Iran.
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Policies and Geographical Names
Monday, June 16, 2008
It is clear to all of us as Iranians, who have been victims of the first organized plot to change geographic names on the basis of political, racial or religious grounds, that such plots are far beyond a choice of identity and stem from purely political and identity reasons which can give rise to major challenges in international relations and pitch nations against each other.
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Text of 5+1 Package to Iran
Monday, June 16, 2008
EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana released the 5+1 package to media on Saturday. There is no new point in the proposal. The package has tried to directly ask Iran to suspend its uranium enrichment program by asking Tehran to implement the UN 1803 Resolution. The text which also Solana claimed is a modified version of the 2006 package tries to compromise Iran’s legal nuclear rights in the form of offering economic incentives to the Islamic Republic.
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Turning Iraq into A Mega-Guantanamo
Monday, June 16, 2008
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki stated in Jordan that the United States and Iraq had reached an impasse in their efforts to draft a security pact.
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The Heavy Cost of Iran Sanctions for US Economy
Sunday, June 15, 2008
Direct costs of sanctions include losses resulting from losing investment and trade benefits. Losses resulting from not purchasing US commodities by Iran, not purchasing Iran’s oil by the United States and absence of the American companies from investments in Iran are included in direct losses.
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Hashemi Rafsanjani’s Saudi Visit: A New Investment for Tehran – Riyadh Relations
Saturday, June 14, 2008
It seems that by extending an invitation to Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani of Iran, King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia intends to somehow “rebuild” and restore Tehran-Riyadh relations to their golden days. The invitation of course received the warm and meaningful response of the Iranian side.
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Iraq-US Security Agreement: Challenges Ahead
Saturday, June 14, 2008
If leaders of the Muslim states in the region, such as Iran, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the UAE, Iraq, Jordan, Syria, Turkey, Bahrain, Qatar, Oman, etc. forge a climate of constructive cooperation instead of opposition and rivalry, there would be no room for high maneuvering by trans-regional countries in this energy rich region.
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