Germany Investigates Iranian Cleric for Crimes Against Humanity — 'No Safe Havens in This World'

By INU Staff

INU - The Office of Germany's federal prosecutor says it is investigating whether to bring charges against Iranian Ayatollah Mahmud Hashemi Shahroudi. Police in the northern German city of Hanover told the newspaper Neue Presse that although the Iranian cleric, Shahroudi, was receiving medical treatment for a reported brain tumor at a private hospital in the city, he has now left.

EU Politicians Call on EU to Stand With Iranian People

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INU -Struan Stevenson, the president of the Brussels Based European Iraqi Freedom Association, said in a statement. “ “It is time the EU stopped its wretched, handwringing policy of appeasement to one of the most repressive regimes in the world. Instead, Europe must now demonstrate solidarity with the 80 million Iranian citizens who are struggling to overthrow the fascist clerical regime and replace it with a modern, democratic government, able to restore freedom, justice, women’s rights and human rights, while abolishing the death penalty, torture and the export of terror and conflict”.

As Iran Continues Its Belligerence, US Continues Push for Consensus

By INU Staff

INU - On Thursday, Nikki Haley, the American ambassador to the United Nations, issued a statement on the latest attempted missile strike by Yemen’s Houthi rebels against targets in Saudi Arabia. The weapon was intercepted by the Saudi military on Tuesday, en route to the Saudi king’s headquarters at the Yamamah royal palace. Haley’s statement affirmed that the Houthi missile in this incident had all the hallmarks of Iranian design, much like the weapons that had been involved in two previous launches, one earlier in December and one in November.

Regional Developments Prompt Iran to Alter Plans for Managing Vulnerability

By INU Staff

INU - LobeLog published an article on Tuesday that sought to analyze the motivating factors behind Iran’s foreign policy positions, which are widely recognized as belligerent and militaristic. Despite this recognition, Iranian officials generally insist that their military development is purely defensive in nature, even as some of those same officials assert the significance of that development and the potential for Iranian victory in a war with its adversaries. The article dismisses this bluster but concludes that there is a blurry line between what Iran considers to be deterrence of its enemies and what those enemies perceive to be aggressive expansionism.

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