US-Iran escalation threatens

This video from Ireland says about itself:

RTÉ.ie presents Seymour Hersh’s Amnesty International speech on Iran at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland.

The other three parts of Hersh’ speech are here.

Massoud Ali Mohammadi, one of Iran’s leading nuclear scientists, was assassinated in Tehran Tuesday, just two days after the top US military commander in the region announced that the Pentagon has drawn up plans to bomb Iranian nuclear sites: here.

Israel tight-lipped about mysterious death of Iranian nuclear physicist: here.

A general who was once in charge of Israel’s nuclear weapons has claimed that Iran is a “very, very, very long way from building a nuclear capability”: here.

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    Mr. Ahmed Hamrouch, president of AAPSO
    issued the following statement
    on behalf of the Permanent Secretariat

    Human Rights in Iran

    Afro-Asian People’s Solidarity Organisation (AAPSO) views with extreme concern the execution of two political activists by the government of Iran on 28th January 2010. Their only crime appears to be that both of them were participating in the demonstrations against the re-election, by questionable means, of President Ahmedinezad. The government brought criminal charges of bigotry and sedition against the two, but there is little evidence to support these grave charges; and it is suspected that confessions were extracted from the two under duress.

    AAPSO stands for democratic values in politics and would like to reiterate that to take part in a peaceful demonstration is not a crime but only an assertion of freedom of expression as a fundamental right of a citizen. It further notes that a person charged with whatever crime has a right to fair trial without any intimidation by the state.

    By sending these two protestors to the gallows the Iranian governments has only shown its belligerent ways that it has no respect for basic human rights and for the rule of law. AAPSO extends its full support to the people of Iran fighting for their fundamental rights and hope that they will succeed in their struggle for restoration of true democracy in that country.


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