Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Feb. 11 Denmarks foreign ministry announced on Saturday that the countrys ambassador to Iran has left Tehran after receiving credible threats on his life as the row continues over the publication of cartoons of Islams Prophet Muhammad in a Copenhagen daily.
Iran Focus: London, Iran, Feb. 11 Irans radical President declared on Saturday that the real Holocaust was occurring in Iraq and in occupied Palestine, as he once again characterised the Holocaust in Europe as a myth.
Reuters: Former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami defended his country's nuclear program on Saturday and, singling out Israel, said the West should focus its pressure on building a nuclear-free Middle East.
Iran Focus: Paris, Feb. 11 In an exclusive interview with Iran Focus, a prominent dissident ayatollah lambasted Irans theocratic rulers for playing politics with Islams sanctities and taking advantage of the religious sentiments of Muslims simply to serve the narrow interests of their own regime.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Feb. 11 Irans hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad threatened on Saturday that the Islamic Republic would leave the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty if the international community increased pressure on Tehran over its suspected nuclear weapons program.
The Daily Telegraph: Iran's controversial Natanz uranium processing plant has successfully restarted the sophisticated equipment that could enable it to produce material for nuclear warheads, according to reports received by Western intelligence.
Reuters: Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, days after calling Iran the world's top state sponsor of terrorism, ratcheted up the pressure on Tehran on Friday with fresh accusations of interference in Iraq.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Feb. 10 On the eve of the twenty-seventh anniversary of Irans Islamic revolution, the countrys Interior Minister vowed that the Islamic Republic was stirring neighbouring Muslim countries against Western occupation.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Feb. 10 Iran will buy several dozen surface-to-air missiles from Russia as part of its arsenal to protect its nuclear sites, government-run Persian language websites reported on Friday.
Washington Post: Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen of Denmark said Thursday that the governments of Iran and Syria had intentionally inflamed Muslim protests against a Danish newspaper's publication of cartoons depicting the prophet Muhammad to distract attention from their own diplomatic crises.