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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Soutenez "STOP THE BOMB" en Allemagne!

Il faut arrêter le programme iranien visant l’acquisition d’armes nucléaires! Ce programme constitue un danger pour Israël, pour le Proche Orient, pour l’Europe et non en dernier lieu pour la population iranienne, brutalement opprimée. La campagne STOP THE BOMB demande que le régime à Téhéran fasse l’objet d’une pression politique et économique efficace, elle souhaite fournir un soutien pour l’opposition démocratique en Iran et revendique l’interdiction immédiate du Hezbollah en Allemagne.


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Cliquez ici pour voir les premiers signataires: entre autres l'actrice Iris Berben, Elfriede Jelinek (prix nobel de littérature 2004), les professeurs Daniel Goldhagen, Yehuda Bauer, Micha Brumlik, Arno Lustiger, Wolfgang Neugebauer, Robert Wistrich et Jeffrey Herf, les député-e-s Dr. Karl Addicks, Andreas Schmidt, Andreas Steppuhn, Uwe Schummer, Roland Claus et Ingo Schmitt, le ministre (retr.) Dr. Heiner Geißler, l'ancien ambassadeur allemand en Israël Rudolf Dreßler, par la présidente du Conseil central des juifs en Allemagne, Charlotte Knobloch, et par Dr. Dieter Graumann et Stephan J. Kramer du Conseil Central des Juifs en Allemagne, les activistes pour les droit de l'hommes Nasrin Amirsedghi, Hassan Daioleslam et Iraj Mesdaghi, la publiciste Seyran Ates, le journaliste Henryk M. Broder, le director de la International Christian Embassy Jersualem Dr. Jürgen Bühler, le président de la Deutsch-Israelische Gesellschaft Dr. h.c. Johannes Gerster, la présidente de la communauté juive de Berlin Lala Süsskind et Beate Klarsfeld de Paris, par la journaliste Inge Deutschkron, l'écrivain Mirza Agha Asgari (Mani) et l'auteur égyptien Masri Feki. La campagne est aussi soutenue par de nombreuses organisations.

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Iran- Execution of PMOI Activist after Twelve Years of Torture and Imprisonement

Mr. Gholamreza Khossravi, 49, from the city of Abadan, father of a child and a welder, was condemned to death on the mullahs’ fabricated charge of “Moharebeh” (enmity towards God) on April 21, 2012. He is one of the political prisoners of the 1980s who was imprisoned for five years in Kazeroun...[details]


Deutsche Welle: German export loopholes help autocratic regimes

The revelation that German spyware helped the Ethiopian authorities to locate, arrest and torture opposition followers, raises broader questions about the loopholes in Berlin's export control procedures. With an interview of Michael Spaney (STOP THE BOMB)[details]


Iran's Support for Terrorism Worldwide

Hearing vor dem US-Kongress von Matthew Levitt: By dramatically increasing its sponsorship of terrorism and cementing its partnership with Hezbollah in Syria, the Iranian regime is posing more of a threat to regional and international security than ever.[details]


Iran threatens to trigger oil price war

Iran has threatened to trigger a price war in the global oil markets, warning Opec members that it will increase output even if crude prices tumble to $20 a barrel. The oil production cartel, which is meeting in Vienna today, is set to keep its production target unchanged. With Brent crude, the...[details]


US now indicates Iran interim deal wasn’t quite finalized

Times of Israel. ‘Technical details’ have yet to be worked out, State Department says, meaning six-month countdown to permanent deal hasn’t started and Iran isn’t bound by any new terms. Iran is currently enjoying a “window” of time before the six-month deal signed in Geneva early Sunday goes into...[details]


Nuclear deal isolated Israel, Rouhani indicates

Times of Israel. Without naming Jewish state, Iranian president says ‘occupier regime’ now a pariah, crows that sanctions have been broken. TEHRAN — Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Israel had become isolated after his country and world powers reached a historic deal on Tehran’s nuclear...[details]


The Day The Music Died? The deal with Iran won't achieve peace, but the opposite.

By ILAN BERMAN. The deal hammered out over the weekend between the P5+1 powers and Iran in Geneva should have come as a surprise to no one. The White House's dogged pursuit of some sort of diplomatic breakthrough with Iran, whatever the political and international-security cost, meant that an...[details]


EU to Maintain Sanctions on Most Iran Firms

Wall Street Journal. All but Two Won Challenges in September to the EU's Sanctions Regime. BRUSSELS--The European Union will maintain sanctions against all but two Iranian firms that won challenges to the bloc's sanctions regime in EU courts in September, an EU official said Tuesday. The EU will on...[details]


Surrender in Geneva

By MATTHIAS KÜNTZEL. The five permanent members of the Security Council and Germany nullify the United Nations sanctions regarding Iran. During the night of November 24, 2013, it came to this: The five permanent members of the Security Council and Germany signed an interim agreement that accepts...[details]


Iranian freedom cancelled

By SABA FARZAN. The Geneva deal is nothing less than Iranian freedom cancelled. Why so? A lifeline of precious sanctions relief has been thrown to a dying dictatorship. A prestigious political legitimacy has been thrown to a brutal dictatorship that isn’t capable to represent Iran’s national...[details]


Iran says enrichment 'not negotiable' as Geneva nuclear talks begin

Daily Telegraph. Tehran's chief negotiator downplays hopes of a deal to end long-running nuclear dispute, saying there are 'major differences' between Iran and world powers. Iran will only sign up to an international deal on its nuclear programme if it is guaranteed the right to continue enriching...[details]


Iran: « IR-10 » l'usine secrète pour une bombe au plutonium

Par PIERRE ROUSSELIN, Figaro. Le projet de construction d'une telle usine mettrait à mal la sincérité iranienne dans les négociations sur le nucléaire. Si la centrale à eau lourde d'Arak a surgi comme pomme de discorde dans les négociations sur le nucléaire iranien, c'est parce que le plutonium...[details]


Iran: Still hostile to gays

By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL and STUART APPELBAUM. New York Daily News. Rouhani's so-called moderation has changed precious little on the ground for the Islamic Republic's LGBT community. The expectation that the election of new Iranian President Hassan Rouhani would curtail persecution of minorities has...[details]


Iranian dissidents say Iran has built secret new nuclear site

Reuters. An exiled Iranian opposition group said on Monday it had information about an underground nuclear site being built in Iran and that this was among a number of secret venues for an atomic bomb program.[details]


Is Rouhani the New Gorbachev?

By NATAN SHARANSKY. How to test a supposed reformer: Stand firm on sanctions, wait for proof. Where have I seen this play before? The plotlines of what is happening with Iran today are familiar to me and should be to others. They go like this: Thanks to firm and resolute measures by Western...[details]


White House Could Help Birth Nuclear Iran

By ILAN BERMAN. Commenting on the gullibility of the credulous American consumer nearly a century ago, the famous showman PT Barnum is said to have remarked that "there's a sucker born every minute." To see what this looks like in practice, you need only look at the deal that the Obama...[details]


Former Israeli National Security Chief: Israel Could Halt Iran’s Nuclear Weapons Capability ‘For a Very Long Time’

An influential Israeli official said at the weekend the Jewish state is confident a military option can be effective if diplomatic efforts to curb Iran’s nuclear program fail.[details]


Prominent civil society leader disgusted by NIAC’s hate campaign

Since the Iranian government publicly vowed to intensify its lobby in the US and exploit political divisions over Iran policy, the National Iranian American Council (NIAC) and its president Trita Parsi have launched a large-scale campaign against US officials who favor vigilance toward Tehran’s...[details]


German men sentenced for smuggling nuclear components to Iran

JTA. A Hamburg court sentenced four men for smuggling products for use in Iran’s nuclear program, believed to be the largest violation so far of the trade embargo with Iran. Critics said the sentences, ranging from four years in prison to 18 months probation, are too lenient, and called for...[details]


Hassan Rouhani’s 100 Days

By MARK DUBOWITZ, Foundation for Defense of Democracies. Does Iranian President Rouhani’s record in his first 100 days in office indicate a tactical shift in tone or a strategic shift in direction? That’s what will be evaluated by analysts, policymakers, and the media during this period. In...[details]


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