Sunday, December 05, 2010


The Iranian regime is “on path of confrontation,” EU powers declare

According to Reuters three major European Union countries said on Thursday that the Iranian regime is continuing 'down the path of non-compliance and confrontation' with its nuclear program, four days before talks with the regime. “In a statement read out at a closed-door meeting of the 35-nation governing board of the U.N. nuclear watchdog, Germany, France and Britain urged Iran to address their concerns about the nature of its nuclear programme,” Reuters said. 'There is no alternative: Iran must actively address the lack of confidence in the exclusively peaceful nature of its nuclear programme,' it said, according to a copy made available to Reuters. The talks between the Iranian regime and the 5+1 (the US, France, Russia, Britain, China, and Germany) are scheduled for Dec. 6 in Geneva.

The Iranian regime executed Shahla Jahed

According to reports, Shahla Jahed accused of murder was executed on Wed. Dec. 1, 2010 in Tehran. The European Council and the Amnesty International both have condemned this barbaric act. Shahla Jahed, a 40 year old nurse was arrested in 2002 and spent 8 years in prison for the crime she repeatedly denied.

Iran: Imprisoned student banned from contacting imprisoned mother

National Council of Resistance of Iran, said in a statement on Dec. 4, that a university student imprisoned by the Iranian regime has reportedly been banned by prison guards at Gohardasht prison in Karaj from having phone contacts with his mother, who herself is being held at Tehran’s notorious Evin prison. Houad Yazerlou and his mother, Ms. Nazila Dashti, are placed under pressure and psychologically tortured by the Iranian regime officials. When Mr. Yazerlou intended to call his mother from prison recently, he was told that Evin prison officials have banned such contacts. Mrs. Nazila Dashti is currently being held at the Women’s Ward in Evin. After the female prisoners’ transfer to the “methadone ward,” inmates have been banned from having phone contacts. Mr. Yazerlou’s brother, Hamed, who is also a university student, is imprisoned at Evin’s Ward 350.

Expansion of satellite networks will cause regime to collapse: SSF commander

Esmail Ahmadi Moqaddam, the commander of the Iranian regime’s suppressive State Security Forces (SSF) said, “These satellite networks want to change our culture, and when the effects of decay and implosion spread throughout the country, we will then be attacked militarily.” The mullahs’ SSF chief also made a veiled reference to the widespread hatred of the Iranian people towards the regime’s state-run TV, saying, “Some of the failures can be attributed to our own TV and radio broadcast, which should provide better coverage to curb the growth of satellites in the country.” “There are even some remote areas in the mountainside and some tribes where electric motors are used to be able to watch satellite programming,” he added.