Larijani was due to brief Spanish officials about Iran's position before discussing with Solana a package of incentives drawn up the main world powers in return for halting sensitive nculear fuel work, the television said.
Martin Corner - Tolerance International
In talking to church groups about fundamentalism, it is necessary to take into account the particular issues that arise for Christians in facing this problem. Whereas a purely secular audience might (perhaps wrongly) assume that it stands outside the phenomenon, Christians may have an uneasy sense that, as religious believers, they are somehow involved, if unwillingly.
It is important, therefore, to make the distinction between religious belief and fundamentalism, and to show that the one does not imply the other. The following notes represent no more than one way of doing that; they are written from a position of committed Christian belief.
Stop Fundamentalism â€“ In a special report by James Kirkup, The Scotsmen reported that the British Intelligence Service, MI6 has warned that Iran could direct terrorist attacks on British interests, if talks over its nuclear program fail.
The Scotsman quoting an annual report by Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) of both houses of British Parliament who were given access to the confidential work of Britain's intelligence agencies.
Stop Fundamentalism â€“ Saturday July 1, thousands rallied in support of National Council of Resistance of Iran, an Iranian dissident organization based in France, to call for a democratic change in Iran rather than an Iraqi style war to stop Iranian regimeâ€™s efforts to acquire nuclear weapons and spread violence and terror throughout the world.
"The solution to the nuclear crisis and to avert a war is democratic change in Iran," Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the NCRI told a crowd of 30,000 in Le Bourget exhibition hall north of Paris.
The NCRI is the main Iranian opposition group that has vowed to over through the Iranian theocratic regime.