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No interference from the U.S. the Iranian government has a responsibility to its own people چاپ ارسال به دوست
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thumb_us_sd_logo.jpgU.S. Department of State Daily Press Briefing by Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs Philip Crowley

Daily Press Briefing, Washington, DC
June 26, 2009

 

INDEX:

Iran
Cleric Statement calling on judges to take action against protestors,Situation must be solved by Iranian people and their own Government, World concern about Iranian credibility, Nuclear situation, Protests slowing down due to government intimidation, restrictions on expression and communication, Denial of Iranian officials fleeing to the U.S. No interference from the U.S. the Iranian governm

ent has a responsibility to its own people, Hope that Iran will heed to the will of their people, U.S. willing to engage Iran, but has not received a viable response, U.S. will wait to see how it plays out 


 
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PDKI's statement of support for the Iranian peoples' uprising against the dictatorial clerical regim چاپ ارسال به دوست
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PDKI's statement of support for the Iranian peoples' uprising against the dictatorial clerical regime
 
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Following the announcement of the results of the so-called presidential election on June 12, 2009 in Iran, a wave of protests erupted in Iran as well as among Iranians in the diaspora. People in Tehran and other cities poured into the streets to question the legality of this so-called election.
 
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Iranian protests shed light on America's role in fomenting Middle East tensions چاپ ارسال به دوست
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Iranian protests shed light on America's role in fomenting Middle East tensions

June 23, 1:10 PM
Russell Krauss - Boise Liberal Examiner


  

A remarkable and welcome dialogue emerged last week in the midst of the demonstrations and protests following the Iranian presidential election.  Predictably, many Republicans criticized Obama's measured and neutral response to the crisis, but for the most part they were civil, and certainly not unanimous.  Conservative columnist/television pundit George Will actually supported Obama's position, for example. Surprisingly the debate, which normally would have morphed into a food fight between right and left to the delight of the ratings-obsessed media, settled into a thoughtful and searching analysis, at least on the few cable shows that I tuned into. 

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Philip J. Crowley Assistant USA Secretary of State: Concerns over Iranian Election چاپ ارسال به دوست
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Philip J. Crowley, Assistant Secretary of State

Daily Press Briefing
Washington, DC
June 17, 2009

IRAN
Concerns over Election / Guardian Council Review/ Iranian Government should Address Concerns in Credible Way/Journalists' Ability to Cover Election / Protestors / New Media
Possible Discussions at G-8 Meeting with Afghanistan and Pakistan on Iran/ IAEA Comments on Iran's Nuclear Ambitions


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Ahmadinejad Today چاپ ارسال به دوست
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  Michael Rubin

Michael Rubin

Ahmadinejad Today

by Kathryn Jean Lopez
National Review Online: The Corner
June 15, 2009

LOPEZ: Did we see an actual honest election in Iran? Will we ever know if former Prime Minister Mir-Hossein Mousavi won?

RUBIN: The Islamic Republic is not a democracy and has never been a democracy. It holds elections, but only fools and Richard Armitage call the ayatollah's regime a democracy. There is a long history of election fraud. Indeed, in 2005, then Tehran Mayor Mahmoud Ahmadinejad only gained enough votes to slip through into the second round after the regime hierarchy tinkered with the results.

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