Thursday, August 31, 2006

Elmar Brok ( EPP-CDU): Iran must stop to play further games

Elmar Brok,CDU deputy from Germany Chairman of Committee on Foreign Affairs in European Parliament said today:

"Iran must stop to play further games with the world community", Brok stressed today in Brussels. "The World Security Council must therefore now send a strong signal to Iran and President Ahmadinedjad that the continuous offence of U.N. Security Council Resolution 1696 cannot be tolerated", Brok added.

Even though the U.N. Security Council ultimatum formally does not expire before midnight today, it is already clear that Iran has rejected the U.N. ultimatum not only verbally but has also proceeded with uranium enrichment in the meantime. "This development is alarming and requires an appropriate reaction of the U.N Security Council vis-a-vis Teheran. The reaction should, however, not run counter to possible future negotiations", Brok concluded


Blogger Aryamehr said...

Mullah Khatami (the ex-President of the terrorist Islamic Republic) is coming to the United States:


The Iranian people are being killed by these terrorist mullah’s which the state department has listed as the world’s no. 1 state-sponsor of terrorism (be it foreign or domestic)!

Please do what you can to protest this terrorists invitation to the United States and if you are able to attend any demonstrations that will take place at the duration of his visit.

The United States foreign policy should be that of empowering the Iranian people not their oppressors which have held that country hostage for 27 years and commited mass murders without the international community so much as raising their objections.

9:50 AM  
Blogger Anh Khoi Do said...

The reason why we can't trust Iran, it's because this country doesn't recognize the right of Israel to exist and its barbarian president is seeking to destroy Israel. Furthermore, imagine that Iran has the nuclear bomb, it'll certainly be ready to give to the Hezbollah...

12:40 PM  

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