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Friday, April 07, 2006

Today's GoozNews

As I mentioned before, Gooz is a Farsi word for flatulence, so GoozNews is a compendium of Iranian news stories:
The United Nations Security Council (UNSC), itself, is fomenting insecurity and injustice instead of establishing security, substitute Friday prayers leader Ahmad Khatami here said.
It is always funny to see crazed Muslims turn against the institutions that have been on their side for decades.
European Union High Representative for common foreign and security policy Javier Solana is expected to present a paper on Iran at the regular EU foreign ministers meeting to be held in Luxembourg on Monday.

The paper contains an analysis of the latest developments in EU- Iran ties and a clear sense of EU position which includes that EU wants good relations with Iran, to establish a sound partnership, etc., EU sources told IRNA in Brussels Friday.

Solana is nothing if not inconsistent in his love of terror-supporting entities.

Speaking of useful idiots:
The United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan and Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero here Thursday stressed Iran's right to use nuclear energy for peaceful purposes.

Addressing a joint press conference, Annan and Zapatero said negotiation is the best solution to Iran's nuclear case.

It is quite right that Iran reminds the world of its right to access to peaceful nuclear energy, said Annan adding Tehran should fulfill its commitments within the regulations of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

He praised efforts made by Iran and the European states to resume talks and settle Tehran's nuclear case, encouraging the sides to boost the move.

Here's a recurring theme at IRNA's GoozNews division:
The United States is the worst enemy of Islam, said a Pakistani member of the parliament on Friday.

Talking to "IRNA", Sabir Hussain Awan, who is member of the lower house of Parliament, described the US as the most cunning enemy of the Islamic world.

Pretty much every day they will quote an obscure Pakistani or Lebanese politician or professor who says that the US is evil, or that Israel is evil, or that Iran is a beacon of light to all nations.

Finally, we see that the Jew-hating and terror-supporting nutcases continue to attack Caterpillar on the basis of "morality":
The Interfaith Group for Morally Responsible Investment (IMRI) is accusing the Church of England of being guilty in supporting Israeli atrocities against the Palestinians by continuing to invest in US manufacturers, Caterpillar.

"People are dying, HR abuses are being committed, and the Church of England is currently profiting from that. At best the Church of England is condoning these abuses and at worst is complicit," IMRI told the church's Ethical Investments Advisory Group (EIAG).

Here's a chart of Caterpillar's stock price over the past year, since the calls for divestment really started gaining steam: