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Israel Snubs Hamas Ceasefire Proposal
Sunday, May 4, 2008
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak’s insistence on continuing the confrontation with Hamas and his rejection of the recent ceasefire proposal prove that the Zionist regime is still following a warmongering policy and wants to continue massacring the innocent people of Gaza.
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Persian Gulf in History
Sunday, May 4, 2008
April 29 has been designated as the National Persian Gulf Day. Throughout history, Persian Gulf has not only been always considered part of the Iranian territory, but as admitted by most historical sources, it has always been known as Persian Gulf or Persian Sea.
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Sword of Damocles Hanging Over Iran
Sunday, May 4, 2008
On April 29, a second American aircraft carrier, the USS Abraham Lincoln, arrived in the Persian Gulf in what observers see as a tacit declaration of war on the Islamic Republic of Iran.
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Kuwait Security Conference
Saturday, May 3, 2008
Kuwait security conference on Iraq was held in Kuwait City on April 22 attended by foreign ministers of Iraq neighbors and representatives of Egypt, Bahrain, permanent members of the United Nations Security Council, Group 8 (G8), and Organization of the Islamic Conference. The participants aimed at finding solutions to establish peace, security, and stability in Iraq.
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U.S. Dissension Plot Unfolds in Iraq
Tuesday, April 29, 2008
The conflict pitting Moqtada al-Sadr’s Mahdi Army against U.S. and Iraqi government forces shows that the occupiers seek to create a new crisis for the government of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki by turning the Shias against each other.
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PERSIAN GULF IS A HISTORICAL NAME
Sunday, April 27, 2008
Therefore, it is logical to conclude that old disputes between Iran and Britain over the islands had been resolved and according to that solution, which called for a return to pre-colonialist situation, Iran’s sovereignty over the islands had been restored.
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A New Pretext
Monday, April 21, 2008
Heinonen’s journey to Iran is a normal visit only undertaken in the framework of Iran-IAEA cooperation. Most probably the focus of his talks will be on the Natanz nuclear facility and the regulation of IAEA supervision of Iran’s new centrifuge activities.
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PGCC States must get Their Priorities Straight
Monday, April 21, 2008
The foreign ministers of the six members of the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council are scheduled to meet in Manama, Bahrain today (21st April), with the main points of discussion being Iran’s peaceful nuclear program and the Lebanon crisis.
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Iranian Experts Reflect on NATO Meeting in Bucharest
Saturday, April 19, 2008
The political crisis in NATO is serious. Some countries maintain that NATO should remain a European force and are not ready to let the body assimilate Russia and Serbia, let alone the United States…. At present, inclusion of European countries and elimination of other countries has posed a serious threat to NATO.
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Israel’s Secret Plot for Gaza
Saturday, April 19, 2008
The Zionist regime’s recent assault on the Gaza Strip, which led to the martyrdom of 20 civilians, was part of the Zionist plot to relocate the people of Gaza to the Egyptian region of Rafah.
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