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Saturday, November 26, 2005

News from Iran 11/26/2005

Sunday, Nov. 19, 2005
Iranian President prevents bullet-proof cars.
**Iran Focus reported that a visit to Iran by Iraq’s top security official and his profuse praise of the Iranian government’s policy have aroused serious questions.
**Iran Focus reported that a top official in Iran’s notorious Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) was running the secret Iraqi Interior Ministry prison in Baghdad.

Monday, Nov. 20, 2005
According to BBC Persian and Persian service of IRNA, the hardline ayatollah Mesbah Yazdi has announced that the Iranians living in the US need 5000 Islamic clerics for their religious services.
** asked: Is Iran a Trap?
**The Times of India made the case against Iran.

Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2005
**Reuters reported that the EU powers and Washington have suspended their bid to refer Iran to the U.N. Security Council instead focuses its efforts on a statement voicing concern about a document received by Iran which contained partial nuclear bomb-making instructions.
**ABC News reported that Iran has built, with the help of North Korea, dozens of underground tunnels and facilities for the construction of nuclear-capable missiles.
**Iran Press News reported on several bloggers and political prisoners being framed and threatened by regime.
**ET, View from Iran found an interesting conversation with Nasser Zarafshan, Ganji's attorney, published in Germany, under the title: Tehran’s reformist mask has come off.
**Intel Iran won't need exit strategy. Iraq's national-security adviser, and other Iraqi officials chastised Iran for supporting Shiite militias and aggravating the insurgency. More gently, they asked for Tehran's help. Mainly the Iraqis demonstrated that, at a strategic level, they are thinking about what their country could look like after the Americans leave.
**Spiegel Online reported that Germany's Angela Merkel says she'll take a hard-line against Tehran if Mahmoud keeps up the madness.

Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2005

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