President Bush Speaks to the People of Iran-
December 20, 2002
108th CONGRESS, 2d
Session, H. CON. RES. 398 -
Passed the House of Representatives May 6, 2004. CONCURRENT RESOLUTION -
Expressing the concern of
Congress over Iran's development of the means to produce nuclear weapons.
COMMISSION MEMBERS DENOUNCE IRAN'S HUMAN RIGHTS RECORD, CALL FOR JOINT
U.S.-EUROPE RESPONSE - June 10, 2005
- The human rights situation in Iran is deteriorating, and the United States and
its European allies need to develop a joint strategy to pressure Tehran to
improve its record. That was the key point made yesterday in what will be the
first in a series of hearings held by the U.S. Helsinki Commission to examine
rogue regimes and their impact on the Organization for Security and Cooperation
in Europe (OSCE) region.
Press Release by Senator
Santorum, July 20, 2004 -
Santourm sponsors legislation supporting transition to democracy in Iran.
Press Release by Senator Norm Colman, February 24, 2004
- Colman and Fellow
Senators Write to Sec. Powell
Proposing a Firm U.S. Policy toward Iran Senators Oppose Engagement until Tehran
Fundamentally Changes Behavior.
Senator Sam Brownback, February 19, 2004 - Brownback Dismisses Iran's
Elections, Supports Referendum for Genuine Democracy in Iran
S. RES. 302 – Senate Resolution ,
February 20, 2004
Expressing the sense of the Senate that the
United States should not support the February 20, 2004, elections in Iran and
that the United States should seek a genuine democratic government in Iran that
will restore freedom to the Iranian people and will abandon terrorism.
States Senate declares that the parliamentary election in Iran is full of flaws
and misconduct - February 19, 2004 - Voice of America - .
Senator Norm Coleman and his colleagues to The Honorable Colin Powell.
, February 19, 2004 - Letter by Senator Norm Coleman and his colleagues
to The Honorable Colin Powell.
Statement of Senator Lugar - March 31, 2004 - Statement on the Additional
Protocol Agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency Regarding
Safeguards in the United States.
Help people of Iran win democracy,
Published 12/17/2004 by Atlanta
Nov. 15, Iran signed an agreement
with France, Britain and Germany
to suspend its uranium enrichment
Iranians need West's support
, Oct. 22,2004 - Arnold Beichman's
"Iran ran away with the bomb" (Commentary, Tuesday) correctly points out that
Iran can and will get away with an A-bomb as a result of.........
Act on Iran. Now!,
West must refer Iran’s nuclear
dossier to the United Nations
Security Council for the adoption
of sanctions in order to thwart
its nuclear ambitions.
Iran let off too
, Sept. 01,2004
Commemoration of the Student Movement of Iran
, July 7, 2004
The Need to Support the
International Front Against Islamic Fundamentalism ,
July 6, 2004
Iranians, The New York Times-
May 14, 2004
Editor to The Washington Times, April 1, 2004
Letter to Editor to The USA TODAY, March 31,
elections offer little hope for change, February 19, 2004
Human Rights in Iran - Feb. 28, 2005
Department of State Reports on Human Rights Practices in Iran -
Released by the
Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor
February 28, 2005
International Religious Freedom Report 2004
, September 15, 2004
Released by the Bureau of
Democracy, Human Rights and Labor
State Department , April 9, 2004
Iran: Voices Struggling To Be Heard
- Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor and Bureau of Public -
Affairs Washington, DC April 9, 2004.
Authority Briefing -
Friday, April 16, 2004 9:02 a.m. EDT
Presenter: Brigadier General Mark Kimmitt, Deputy
Director for Coalition Operation, Dan Senor, Senior Advisor, CPA.
Human Rights Watch, January 2005
Human Rights Watch, December 2004