Wednesday, April 05, 2006
Wednesday, April 5, 2006
Still more on Iran's military war game tests.
- Bill Gertz, The Washington Times referring to Iran's tests of an older Scud missile variant last week reported that the Pentagon said Iran often exaggerates its military developments.
- Iran Focus reported that Iran test-fired a shoulder-launched rocket.
- CNN News reported that Iran tested a second missile equipped with remote-control designed to sink ships.
- Mehr News Agency reported that public talks between Iran and the United States on the security and stability of Iraq will take place on Saturday, April 8.
- Mehran Riazaty said that the Iran-U.S. talks on Iraq will be held next few days but whether these talks are to be public or not depends on the agreement reached by both sides.
Iran nuclear plans will be unstoppable next year.
- The Sun reported that Iran's nuclear bomb plans will be unstoppable by 2007.
- The Jerusalem Post reported that Iran said it is willing to negotiate with world powers on the large-scale enrichment of uranium but will never give way on their key demand - to cease all enrichment.
- Voice of America reported that in a Congressional hearing Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice defended plans to step up U.S. broadcasting and democracy-promotion efforts in Iran, saying she believed that subtlety in trying to promote reform in Iran is not the proper course.
- Telegraph reported that Iran has set up a sophisticated intelligence gathering operation in southern Lebanon to identify targets in northern Israel.
- Mehran Riazaty reported that Iran will activate Hezbollah’s Satellite broadcast called “Kabar” and will cover North Africa, Central Europe, and North America.
- AxisGlobe reported that a former CIA undercover agent claims: KGB and GRU former intelligence operators are assisting Hezbollah to penetrate the US.
- Deutsche Welle Online reported that German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier held talks with US officials in Washington on the Iranian nuclear crisis.
- The Right Brothers, You Tube, released a music video: Bush Was Right.