Iran opposition group seeks aid to undermine nuclear regime

Iran opposition group seeks aid to undermine nuclear regimeAgance France Presse - AUVERS-SUR-OISE, France - The leader of the main exiled Iranian opposition group urged the United States and Europe on Tuesday to support her organisation as a way out of the impasse over the Islamic government's nuclear ambitions.

Speaking a day after the five permanent UN Security Council members agreed to refer Iran to the Council over its disputed nuclear programme, Maryam Rajavi, head of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), said the international community's policy of conciliation had failed and that the mullahs were on the verge of getting the bomb.

Iran 'building tunnel for nukes'

Iran 'building tunnel for nukes'Agence France Presse, WASHINGTON - Iran is building a secret tunnel north of Tehran as part of efforts to conceal a clandestine nuclear weapons program, an exiled opposition leader charged today.

The claim, the latest in a string of revelations about the alleged program, came hours after the five permanent UN Security Council members agreed to refer Tehran to the full council over its disputed nuclear program...

International consensus to isolate regime in Iran

International consensus to isolate regime in IranNCRI - The growing international consensus on referring the mullahs' nuclear file to the UN Security Council is a major development in dealing with the regime in the world community. The regime's internal consolidation of power, increased internal repression, and de facto declaration of war on the international community, is an indication of its increased sense of vulnerability in the final phase of its rule in Iran. The regime's international isolation, is a consequence of the new belligerence emanating from Tehran, and is considered to be a political turning point. It also necessarily advances the Iranian  national resistance to bring down the religious tyranny.

EU-Iran talks achieve nothing, France says

EU-Iran talks achieve nothing, France saysThe Associated Press - Last-ditch talks on Iran's nuclear program achieved "nothing," French Foreign Minister Philippe Douste-Blazy said Monday.

"The negotiating process has reached an impasse and the involvement of the Security Council is now necessary," Douste-Blazy said after talks between French, British and German officials and Iran's deputy nuclear negotiator Javad Vaedi.

Nuclear: The Council of European Union conclusion on Iran

Nuclear: The Council of European Union conclusion on IranBrussels

"The European Union is gravely concerned at the removal of seals at several nuclear installations, including at Natanz, and Iran's decision to resume enrichment related activities. The EU calls on Iran to re-instate the seals and to re-establish full, sustained and verifiable suspension of all enrichment-related and reprocessing activities as called for repeatedly in IAEA Board of Governors' resolutions as an essential confidence building measure.

Iran: Mullahs invite Blair to Holocaust conference in Tehran

Tony Blair, the British Prime MinisterNCRI – Iranian regime has invited Tony Blair, the British Prime Minister to Tehran to take part in a conference on the Holocaust by the clerical regime.

"It would be good for Mr. Blair to participate in the Holocaust seminar in Tehran," mullahs' foreign ministry spokesman Hamid Reza Asefi told reporters today.

"He can also contribute with an article. If he wants to defend the Holocaust in that article, he can do so. We will give him the time to read out his article so others can hear his point of view," he said.

Resistance group in Iran deserves support from west

Lord  Alton of LiverpoolBy Lord  Alton of Liverpool

THE UNIVERSE, January 22 - Over the years, in this column I have detailed the shocking and widespread human rights abuses in Iran. While it suited our economic interests, we turned a blind eye to this, only recently waking up to the threat posed by the Iranian mullahs' nuclear weapons program.

Iran: Take People's Mojahedin off terror list - Stockholm rally

Iran: Take People's Mojahedin off terror list – Stockholm rally
NCRI – Undeterred by sub-zero temperature, hundreds of supporters of the Iranian Resistance staged a rally before the Swedish parliament on Thursday to express their full support to the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran.

German neo-Nazis to be banned going to Iran for conference

NCRI - A senior German security official suggested to revoke temporarily the passports of neo-Nazis intending to participate in an Iranian conference on the Holocaust.

Iran: Ahmadinejad's shrewd play

Ali M. Safavi is president of Near East Policy Research Inc.By Dr. Ali Safavi

NCRI - As mentioned before on many occasions by personalities in the Iranian Resistance (Mr. Mohaddessin, Ayatollah Jalal Gangei, etc). Islamic fundamentalism emanating from Tehran is a school of thought set to dominate the entire world. It is not a purely religious phenomenon but rather a totalitarian political trend that has turned Islam into an instrument for consolidating "absolute power." It is an Oriental totalitarianism to be compared in some form although with distinct differences (mainly its strong religious overtone) with Occidental totalitarianisms such as Nazism.

Iran: Russian nuclear proposal not good enough for mullahs

Iran: Russian nuclear proposal not good enough for mullahsNCRI – Clerical regime's top nuclear negotiator said on Friday that a Russian proposal to enrich uranium for the mullahs does not meet their demand.

"The Russian proposal is not sufficient for Iran's nuclear energy needs," Ali Larijani told reporters upon his return from China.

The clerical regime first appeared cool over the Russian idea, then implicitly rejected it and then embraced it. Some Western diplomats have accused Iranians of trying to buy time and avoid being referred to the UN Security Council.

Iran: We will work with groups demanding people's rights - Bush

Iran: We will work with groups demanding people's rights – BushNCRI – In a press conference on Thursday, the U.S. President George Bush addressed the Iranian regime's nuclear threat and said: "I do believe people ought to be able to be allowed to have civilian nuclear power. However, I don't believe non-transparent regimes that threaten the security of the world should be allowed to gain the technologies necessary to make a weapon. And the Iranians have said, we want a weapon."

US should support Iranian Resistance for democratic change - US lawyer

US should support Iranian Resistance for democratic change – US lawyerNCRI – Addressing the rally of several thousand Iranian-Americans before the White House on January 19, Ron Precup, defense lawyer for the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran and the National Council of Resistance of Iran stressed that time has come for the US government to assert its leadership and actively support peaceful and democratic regime change in Iran. The following is the full text of his remarks:

      

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