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U.S. Senate lawmakers have released a plan for a new round of sanctions targeting Iran's energy sector. The bill aimed at choking funds, used by Tehran to allegedly develop nuclear weapons, will be mulled over on Thursday. But while Washington shows no sign of easing up on Tehran, Iran's Foreign Minister has welcomed the extension of the IAEA mission in the country. A team of UN nuclear inspectors may now prolong their stay in Iran beyond the initially planned three days. The minister was optimistic about the possible renewal of nuclear negotiations saying the IAEA visit is a step towards easing the tensions. However, American Radio host, Ralph Schoenman is skeptical about the talks as he thinks the UN body is under too much western influence.
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As Iran braces itself to face the effect of fresh Western-imposed sanctions, we sit down with its Interior Minister to ask how the current standstill is influencing affairs inside the country.
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Iranian television channel (English language) Sahar 2 in the live 'Spectrum Iran' programme broadcast worldwide, with guests Dr Abu Mohammad Asgharkani, Professor of Political Science at the University of Teheran, and Lady Michèle Renouf, media analyst and anti-war campaigner. They discuss the culpability of the Zionist state and the Zionised USA in the murder of the young Iranian scientist Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan, blown up by Mossad's terrorist bomb a few days earlier. Of all the US presidential candidates, only Ron Paul stands for a policy consistent with his nation's Jeffersonian traditions, and would end Washington's meddling in other nations and servile acquiescence in Zionist terror campaigns.
A formal session in Tehran's revolutionary court; sitting in the position of the accused is Majid Jamali Fashi a man known to the Iranian intelligence as the key player in the assassination of top Iranian nuclear scientist, Professor Masoud Alimohammadi in 2010.
The session was held in the presence of international journalists and the victim's family.
Jamali who introduced himself as an affiliate to the Israeli intelligence service the Mossad, told Judge Salavati that prior to the assassination attempt he held meetings with numerous Mossad agents in Turkey, The Azerbaijan Republic, Thailand, Armenia, Australia and Israel. He claimed that he was brainwashed during his training courses.
Jamali said that he had received 120 thousand US dollars from Mossad agents in separate payments, to carry out the attack. He also spoke of his trainings in Israel.
Jamali is facing some of the strongest charges in Iran's law.
Enmity with God and spreading corruption on earth for espionage and assassination,
receiving illegitimate funds from Iran's foreign enemies, destroying private property by planting a bomb strong enough to kill 300 people in a residential area and possession of illicit drugs.
After Jamali's statements Dr. Alimohammadi's widow appeared before the judge. She demanded justice and called for Majid's execution.
On January 2010 Professor Masoud Alimohammadi an expert on theoretical physics was killed by a bomb planted in a motorcycle parked next to his car in Northern Tehran. Iran's intelligence said that the style of the assassination was similar to that of Mossad. Months later the attacker was arrested and confessed to the attack on national TV.
Experts say that he would most likely face capital punishment
In Iraq, an arrest warrant for Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi was issued citing terrorism charges recently. A day later, a series of bomb attacks claimed tens of lives, and just today another set of bomb attacks, resulting in many casualties, targeting Shias.
Is Iraq facing a sectarian crisis? Does the recent spate of violence have to do with Americans so-called troop withdrawal, or is there foreign interference? President Jalal Talabani and Prime Minister Nuri Al Maliki need to figure out ways of resolving these problems.