Lawmakers hope to force Iran's hand on nukes
16-May-2011 (2 comments)

Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen of Florida, the committee chairwoman, and Rep. Howard Berman of California, the panel's top Democrat, have introduced legislation that would impose penalties on human rights abusers in Iran and on foreign companies that do energy business with the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. The Associated Press obtained details of the bill Sunday.

The legislation builds on sanctions that Congress approved last year targeting companies that supply refined petroleum to Iran.

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Those of us who are Iranians, hence know the mullahs...

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

Are well aware of the fact that these islamist vermins, now cornered by not only the International community, but also by Iranian people themselves, would do anything in order to stay in power for a few more years. That would include aquisition and if need be the use of nuclear weapons. 

"Personal business must yield to collective interest."


Israel's Nuclear Stockpile Must be Inspected

by HHH on

The zionist regime responsible for every violation of human rights in the  book has not signed onto Nuclear None-proliferation Treaty, has not let any inspector to visit the sites or to question their existence. The leaders of Israel have confessed that in the event of war they will target every European country and as they said "They won't go down alone". A clear threat of annihilation.

In the meantime Iran's peaceful nuclear energy has been targeted by the pro-zionist media & their puppets and interestingly even the knowledge to acquire nuclear power has been denied to the Iranian people. 

Truth shall set you free.