Saturday, May 27, 2006

Sunday's Daily Briefing on Iran

DoctorZin reports, 5.28.2006:

Ahmadinejad's advice to Europe.
  • ABC News reported that Iran's President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, has been quoted as saying European nations should stand by his country in the dispute over its nuclear program or suffer damages.
  • Reuters reported that Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told Germans they should stop feeling a sense of guilt over the Holocaust.
Senator Warner: NATO should contain Iran.
  • US News & World Report reported Sen. John Warner, the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee has called for North Atlantic Treaty Organization countries to plan a military "ring of deterrence" to contain Iran if negotiations fail.
The Unrest in Iran.
  • SMCCDI reported that tens of Islamist militiamen have taken over the Tehran's College of Law in an effort to increase terror and smash any protest action.
  • Amir Taheri, Arab News reported on the unrest in Iran's provinces.
Here are a few other news items you may have missed.
  • The Telegraph interviewed Iranian dissident, Roya Tolouee, who told of the assaults and threats against her and her children during 66 Days in an Iranian jail.
  • Yahoo News reported that Iran's supreme leader said the United States would fail to provoke ethnic strife in the Islamic republic.
  • Iran Daily reported that Iran's Supreme Leader said Iran should not succumb to pressures over its nuclear activities and any form of retreat will cause 100 percent harm.