mehriran.de invites to Berlin on February 19, 2010, for a Conference. Five speakers describe their views of the current situation in the Iran after the 11.02 and the backgrounds of the regime. Although Manuchehr Mottaki, the Foreign Minister of Iran, produced some exciting headlines in the West at the Munich Security Conference by his charm offensive, we have to distract us from this distraction, not of the essence. The nuclear dispute with the West is the circle around President Ahmadinedschad a welcome SideShow to achieve two goals: keeping the world in suspense and to show what an important role of Iran in the world has, what power saving could affect him in the Iran. Essential however opens the viewer of the relationships in the Iran, when he looks at the many different opposition movements in the Iran, which for different reasons and with very different agendas against Ahmadinejad’s Government, and some also for the complete system of velayat-e faghi (rule of the Supreme religious leader) in the Iran, demonstrate, protest and oppose. More information is housed here: Phil Vasan.
On February 11, the Islamic revolution in the Iran to the 31ten anniversary time and everything indicates that civil society will again provide protest in the streets. Despite many repressions hijacking by the regime, seem no longer their protest from citizens in the Iran are to. With show trials, executions and precautionary arrests the leaders tried their usual tactics of scare tactics at the population to apply. Recently, clerics demanded everyone against the regime and the system protested as Mohareb to execute. According to this interpretation a Mohareb is considered the enemy of God and deserves death. Conference in Berlin in the Iran civil society relies on the moral support of the West without direct interference in the internal affairs of the country. Ripple is open to suggestions. No easy balancing act. To work together on this issue, mehriran.de hosted a Conference at the House of democracy and human rights in Berlin.