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Archive for August, 2009

Iran rebel says US ordered attacks

Posted by alanmirs on August 30, 2009


ZAHEDAN,
Iran, Aug 25, (Agencies): A top Sunni rebel who is awaiting execution
in Iran said on Tuesday that his militant group received orders from
the United States to launch terror attacks in the Islamic republic

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Who Is Behind Barack Obama’s Rise to Stardom?

Posted by alanmirs on August 30, 2009


By Victor Thorn

 Is
Barack Obama the product of a vast socialist conspiracy designed to
undermine the fundamental tenets established by our Founding Fathers,
all bankrolled and organized by elite financiers? The answer is
unequivocally yes.

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Guardians of the revolution

Posted by alanmirs on August 13, 2009


Books of The Times

Into the Eye of a Storm

Reuters

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, center, with Ali Larijani, left, and President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

By ROGER COHEN
Among such “slights,” of course, none loom larger than America’s, not least the C.I.A.-backed
1953 coup that overthrew Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh and the
mistaken 1988 shooting-down of Iran Air Flight 655, in which 290 people
perished. Great Satanism — the weekly vilification of the United States
at Friday prayers — has been a pillar of the revolution since the shah
was overthrown

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IRAN: So much more than what’s on the news

Posted by alanmirs on August 5, 2009


IRAN: So much more than what’s on the news

BY JEANNE NASH • For the Coloradoan
• July 29, 2009

Sandwiched
between the disasters that are Iraq and Afghanistan is the large and
beautiful country once known as Persia. Iran is a modern, well-educated
country
That might come as a surprise to someone who knows about the country
only from current news reports. Our experience was less than a month
before their now infamous election. We saw no posters, no signs of
rallies or unrest and almost no pictures of Ahmadinejad. Instead, we
were welcomed by a vibrant, young population eager for their country to
regain their place in the world

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