Monday, September 26, 2005

Ahmadinejad demands that Rowhani be prosecuted

Iran Press News:

25 September 2005

Activist & political prisoner, Arjang Davoodi exiled to Bandar-Abbass prison

Based on received reports, Arjang Davoodi, who has been incarcerated at the horrifying Rejaiishahr prison in the Tehran suburb of Karadj, in a short conversation with his family said that his 14 year prison sentence has been confirmed and is being transferred to Bandar-Abbass prison in the southern most province of Iran where his family will not be able to readily visit him.

Davoodi who in prison, wrote a book about the interrogations, tortures and horrors of his days in "solitary" had his manuscript privately delivered to a book publishing company for publication and distribution. The secret service agents of the Ministry of Information however intercepted the manuscript by attacking the printing house, severely injuring the employees and arresting the publisher, leading to his imprisonment, as well. Davoodi had been threatened to be transferred, several times by the Mullah Director of the 26th Revolutionary Court in Tehran.

50-year-old Arjang Davoudi, an engineer, teacher and poet was sentenced to 14 years in prison and 70 lashes for aiding foreign journalist, Jane Kokan, secretly produce a documentary about the Canadian-Iranian photojournalist Zahra Kazemi, who died under torture in Evin Prison in the summer of 2003. Davoudi was severely beaten in prison and was held in solitary confinement for more than 100 days.

Ahmadinejad demands that Rowhani be prosecuted

Al Arabiya Television ( in a report announced that following the approval of the E.U. resolution to the IAEA's Board of Governors for the referral of Islamic Republic's nuclear dossier to the U.N. Security Council, Ahmadinejad has demanded that the authorities of the previous team of nuclear negotiators of the regime, headed by Mullah Hasan Rowhani (who was also the previous head of Iran's Supreme National Security Council) be prosecuted. This reportage added that Ahmadinejad's administration blames Rowhani and his team for agreeing to the suspension of Uranium enrichment, which lead to the IAEA's board of governors' present decision. The report also states that Ahmadinejad has accused the team of showing weakness and vulnerability, leaking secret information regarding the regime's nuclear activities to the Europeans.

Regime's spokesman confesses to the exacerbation of international restriction on the regime

Assefi, the spokesman for the Islamic Republic's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in reaction to the statements made by the foreign minister of Saudi Arabia, Saud Faisal who commented on the regime's continued meddling and trouble making in Iraqi affairs ( said: "We did not expect such fictitious commentary from our friends." Asefi called Minister Saud Faisal's comments vis a vis the Islamic Republic of Iran's role in the bloody events in Iraq "histrionic and irrational" and said: "Under the present critical conditions of the region, the regime will not stand for fallacious remarks."

Regime-run newspaper threatens Europe

The regime-run newspaper belonging to Mullah Khamnei, in it's Sunday, Sept. 25th issue printed an article regarding the approval of the European Union resolution to the IAEA's Board of Governors. The article wrote: "Referral of the regime's dossier to the U.N. Security Council will take place with a delay and that way, our 'trigger mechanism' will become operational."

This regime-run daily broadcast the regime's rage regarding the approval of the E.U. resolution and stressed that this is a clear sign of belligerence against the regime. "Countries that are subservient to the United States should not think that investing in vulgar business that is the harbinger of a woeful endings, can be profitable."

More than 1600 protesting workers from the city of Qazveen gathered

More than 1600 workers and retirees from the city of Qazveen's MEHNAKH & SARNAKH thread company gathered in front of the gates of the factory to protest non-receipt of their wages. The 300 retired workers joined the 1300 workers who are presently employed but have not received their salaries for months.

"England cannot do a damn thing either..."

Following the presentation of the European Union resolution to the Board of Governors of the IAEA, by the British representative, on Friday evening, Sept. 23rd, the regime's authorities had very harsh and confrontational words for the government of Britain, many demanding the expulsion of the Ambassador of Britain to Iran.

Based on reports from several of the regime-run media, Mehdi Kouchakzadeh, the regime's representative at the Islamic Parliamentary Assembly said: "I myself, as a representative of the regime, welcomed and encourage this action and find it to be honorable. We should not fear the dossier's referral to the Security Council. The British are in the process of putting other operations in action to weaken the Islamic Republic of Iran however what they don't seem to comprehend is that they cannot do a damn thing and thus we are warning them to discontinue this attitude they've taken with us because the consequences will be far from pleasant and if they think that this is an aphorism, then they can keep this up and well then...Besmellah."

Giving Tehran's regime a chance means bringing them closer to nuclear bombs The Austrian Newspaper, DER STANDARD (, in it's Saturday, Sept. 24th issue stresses that the Islamic Republic of Iran's nuclear issues which has been turned into a global quagmire, must be referred to the U.N. Security Council otherwise it will once again be another opportunity for the Mullahs to get closer and closer to nuclear arms.

Der Standard wrote: "Tehran's regime is not willing to retreat and continues to press on with its nuclear activities." This publication states that a showdown between the European Union and Tehran's regime is inevitable and slowly the forms of confrontations will become more and more clear.


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