Iran: March 29, 2002

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A Turkish court openly accused Iran of supporting Islamic radicals operating in Turkey. The court had just finished a trial of Islamic radicals accused of murdering four Turks who spoke against Islamic fundamentalism. Three of the accused were convicted and sentenced to death. The government officially denies such support, although links to the Lebanese Hizbollah movement is admitted. But the terrorist training camps in Iran are no secret, nor are speeches by Iranian religious leaders urging continued support for Islamic radicals world wide. These speeches are given in Iranian, and often broadcast. All you have to do is translate them and there you have the smoking

 


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