BAGHDAD, March 16 (Reuters) - Iraqi forces have besieged a camp housing Iranian exiles in Iraq, residents and a security official said, after the national security adviser reiterated a vow to shut the place down.
A source at Iraq's Interior Ministry said Iraqi soldiers surrounded
Iranians Rally in NYC against Ahamdinejad and for Democratic Change in Iran. On Tuesday, September 23, 2008, hundreds of Iranians and supporters of Iran's main opposition, the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI) held a rally in front of the UN to
denounce ayatollahs’ President Mahmoud
The Wall Street Journal
By CHARLES SCHUMER
Last month, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced that Iran was installing an additional 6,000 centrifuges at Iran's main nuclear enrichment complex
By Bob Filner and Lord Corbett
Peace movements always struggle with the balancing act of wanting to engage enemies without appeasing them. Peace activists don't want war, but they also recognize that peace at any price can be costly. In the case of Iran, these choices
By Saleh al-Mutlaq
THERE IS so much tragedy in Iraq that some stories go underreported - eclipsed by other negative news.
This one requires attention: Inside Iraq, 20 kilometers west of the Iranian border and 60 kilometers northeast of Baghdad in Diyala province, stands Camp
"Nothing contributes to the establishment of calm, democracy and peace in Iraq than intensifying the pattern of change in Iran. The Iranian people are demanding change. Despite absolute repression inside the country, several thousand anti-government protests have been staged nationwide by students with the assistance