Iran: February 5, 2002

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: go free within a few years, if not a lot sooner. 

The moderate government and the Iranian acted angrily to US accusations that Iran was part of a "axis of terrorism." Yes it is widely known in Iran that the religious conservatives support Hizbollah in Lebanon and maintain many terrorist training camps throughout the country. But since these efforts are in support of fellow Shias being persecuted throughout the region. However, if there is a showdown between moderates and religious conservatives over control of the country, the terrorism issue will have to be dealt with as well. But for the moment, all Iranians can see having in common with Iraq and North Korea is use of North Korean ballistic missiles.

 


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