Sunday, May 08, 2011


Massive money theft, scandals, by Iranian embassy officials in France

The state-run web site Jahan News reported reported on May 4 that: A year has passed, and yet no one is willing to answer about the money swindling at the Iranian embassy if France. Thus far, neither the embassy nor the ambassador has provided any explanation of the 600,000-euro fraud at the embassy. The scandals and larceny by regime’s officials have leaked to the French media too. Recently, Le Monde wrote: some employees of the Iranian embassy, using odd methods, have transferred thousands and thousands of Euros from the embassy’s account to their personal accounts.

Criminal regime hanged three more Iranians in public

In continuing the recent wave of executions, the clerical regime in Iran hanged two people in the city of Sari and one person in Mahshahr, according to the Justice Ministry website (May 3rd) of the Mazandaran Province, where Sari is located, and the Justice Ministry website (May 2nd) of Khuzestan Province, where Mahshahr is located. Without identifying the victims, Mullah Jafari, the district attorney of Sari said that the execution orders of two people were carried out in the morning. According to the government controlled media, the head of Khuzestan’s judiciary only identified the hanged citizen as “A. M.” and said that he was hanged in public on April 28.

Iranian regime`s supreme leader tells Ahmadinejad: accept minister or quit

The Guardian reported on 6 May 2011 that Iranian regime’s supreme leader tells Ahmadinejad: accept minister or quit. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei`s ultimatum widens rift between leaders and increases pressure on president
An unprecedented power struggle at the heart of the Iranian regime has intensified after it emerged that the supreme leader, Ali Khamenei, had given an ultimatum to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to accept his intervention in a cabinet appointment or resign. A member of the Iranian parliament, Morteza Agha-Tehrani - who is described as ’Ahmadinejad`s moral adviser’ - told a gathering of his supporters on Friday that a meeting between Ahmadinejad and Khamenei had recently taken place, in which the president was given a deadline to resign or to accept the decision of the ayatollah. The extraordinary confrontation came to light after Ahmadinejad declined to officially support Khamenei`s reinstatement of a minister whom the president had initially asked to resign. The rift between the two men grew when the president staged an 11-day walkout in an apparent protest at Khamenei`s decision. In the first cabinet meeting since ending his protest, the intelligence minister at the centre of the row, Heydar Moslehi, was absent and in the second one on Wednesday, he was reportedly asked by Ahmadinejad to leave.