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February 2010

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Iran urges fighting Israel in cyber space

Iran’s Intelligence Minister Heidar Moslehi has called on the Palestinians to open a new front against Israel in cyber space. “The Iranian Intelligence Ministry suggests to the Palestinian groups that a third Intifada (uprising) could be [in the form of]... (Continue reading)

NAM criticizes IAEA chief over report on Iran

For the fist time in its almost fifty-year-old history, the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) has criticized the director general of the UN nuclear watchdog for making ‘a subjective assessment’ of Iran’s enrichment plans. Yukiya Amano, the new director general of the... (Continue reading)

Moslehi urges for Media Intifada against Israel

Minister of Intelligence, Heidar Moslehi on Sunday urged Muslim nations to set up a ‘Media Intifada’ against the Zionist regime. Addressing the ‘National-Islamic solidarity for the future of Palestine’ in Tehran, the minister said forming a social Internet network would... (Continue reading)

Britain probes Israelis over Dubai killing

Britain probes Israelis over Dubai killing

Spokesman for British Embassy in Tel Aviv says two of its police officers are in the Zionist entity to meet six dual nationals whose British passports were used by Hamas figure’s assassins Most suspects linked to the murder of a... (Continue reading)

Iran to free several post-vote detainees

Tehran’s top prosecutor has announced that a number of post-election detainees will be released before the start of the new Iranian year (March 21). “After Ashura (December 16), we implemented a strict policy. That is to say we were strict... (Continue reading)

ZOF wound 12 Palestinians in Al Quds

Twelve Palestinians have been wounded since early Sunday in attacks launched by the Zionist occupation forces against people stationed in the courtyards of Al Aqsa mosque. Media sources said that among the injured in the attacks, Fatima Al Burdi (40... (Continue reading)

Dubai calls for Netanyahu prosecution over terror

Dubai police say Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu must be prosecuted should it be determined that the regime had been behind the assassination of Hamas commander Mahmoud al-Mabhouh. The emirates’ police Chief Gen. Dhahi Khalfan Tamim said Sunday that the... (Continue reading)

Ayatollah Sistani declares vote-buying Haraam

Iraq’s top Shia cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani has issued a Fatwa (religious ruling), declaring vote-buying as Haraam (forbidden) ahead of the country’s parliament elections. Speaking on behalf of the Ayatollah, Sheikh Abdul Mahdi al-Karbalaei, called on candidates and political... (Continue reading)

Basque separatist’s most senior leader nabbed in France

Basque separatist's most senior leader nabbed in France

Leader of the Basque separatist military group, ETA, has been detained in France after being at large for years, Spain’s Interior Ministry says. In a Sunday statement, the ministry announced the arrest of the armed group’s “most senior” member, Ibon... (Continue reading)

India vague on Iran, Pakistan gas pipeline

India vague on Iran, Pakistan gas pipeline

A senior Iranian official has declared that India has not yet presented its official request to join a planned Iran-Pakistan natural gas pipeline. Hojatollah Ghanimifard, vice-president for investment affairs at the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) said that Indian officials... (Continue reading)

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