Archiv für den Tag 21. Februar 2012

Deutsch-Iranische Handelskammer Hamburg: Sanktions-Seminar 2012

Die Deutsch-Iranische Handelskammer führt Anfang März ein „Sanktions-Seminar“ in Hamburg durch. Mit deutschen Steuergelder werden Unternehmer geschult, Umwege zu gehen und weiterhin Geschäfte mit dem iranischen Terrorregime zu machen.

Zeigen wir ihnen, was wir davon halten.

Richten SIE ihren Protest an die unten stehende Kontaktadresse.

Rufen Sie Freunde, Nachbarn, Bekannte, Politiker, Medien und Menschenrechtsorganisationen zu einer Protestkundgebung auf!

„Iran-Sanktionen – Praktische Auswirkungen für deutsche Unternehmen“

am: 02.03.2012

in Hamburg.

Der Referent PD Dr. Hohmann ist ein „führender Name für Exportkontrollrecht“ (Juve-Handbuch), mehrere Publikationen zum Außenhandelsrecht, Hohmann Rechtsanwälte, Büdingen (


10:00 Uhr   Registrierung

10:30 Uhr   Begrüßung durch den Präsident der Deutsch-Iranischen Handelskammer e.V. Ing. Ali Imani

10:40 Uhr   Aktueller Stand der Deutsch-Iranischen Wirtschaftsbeziehungen,  Michael Tockuss
Geschäftsführendes Vorstandsmitglied der Deutsch-Iranischen Handelskammer e.V.

11:15 Uhr   Rechtlicher Überblick über Iran-Sanktionen (EU/USA),  RA PD Dr. Harald Hohmann
Hohmann Rechtsanwälte

11:45 Uhr   Diskussion

12:00 Uhr  Mittagessen

13:00 Uhr  Güter-Prüfungen, RA PD Dr. Harald Hohmann
Hohmann Rechtsanwälte

13:30 Uhr  Prüfung von Personen, u. a. mittelbare Bereitstellung, RA PD Dr. Harald Hohmann
Hohmann Rechtsanwälte

14:00 Uhr  Extraterritoriale Fragen, RA PD Dr. Harald Hohmann
Hohmann Rechtsanwälte

14:30 Uhr  Finanzsanktionen, Sonstiges, Kurz-Resümee, RA PD Dr. Harald Hohmann
Hohmann Rechtsanwälte

15:00 Uhr  Fragen & Antworten

15:30 Uhr  Einzelgespräche mit Dr. Hohmann

16.30 Uhr  Ende der Veranstaltung


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Groundbreaking documentary exposes century-old Iranian taboo

LOS ANGELES — A feature-length film that examines the persecution of Iran’s Baha’is opens here this week, ahead of a program of screenings throughout the United States and in other countries.

Iranian Taboo is the work of celebrated Dutch-Iranian filmmaker Reza Allamehzadeh.

„In spite of the fact that I’m banned from entering my homeland, I managed to film deep inside Iran with the help of devoted friends who risked their lives to film the footage that I needed,“ said Mr. Allamehzadeh, who is not a Baha’i.

„I have made several challenging documentaries during my long career as a filmmaker – but none of them was as difficult to make as Iranian Taboo,“ he said. Lies den Rest dieses Beitrags

The Latest from Iran (21 February): Please Vote

0735 GMT: Elections Watch. Watch for charges and counter-charges of corruption in the run-up to the 2 March vote for Parliament.

Alireza Zakani of the principlist Unity Front offered an example in a debate with Ghasem Ravanbakhsh of the pro-Ahmadinejad Resistance Front. Zakani criticised Sadegh Mahsouli, former Minister of Interior and one of the founders of the Resistance Front, for an annual profit of 2.25 billion Toman (about $1.2 million) from his businesses.

Ravanbakhsh replied that Mahsouli’s businesses were „completely legal“.

The media outlet of principlist Mohsen Rezaei, Secretary of the Expediency Council and 2009 Presidential candidate, gloats that the speakers outnumbered the audience at a pro-Ahmadinejad Resistance Front event.

0615 GMT: Rafsanjani Watch. He may have left office 15 years ago, but former President Hashemi Rafsanjani has been a central figure (see 0550 GMT) in many of the campaign debates. Lies den Rest dieses Beitrags

The Latest from Iran (20 February): A Meeting with the Supreme Leader?

2225 GMT: Apologies for limited service today, as EA staff have been travelling and giving presentations. We will be back from 0600 GMT with latest news.

1125 GMT: Diplomacy Watch. In contrast to (or possibly alongside) the military posturing, Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi continues to pave the way for nuclear talks with the US and other powers:


Neither European countries nor Iran can disregard the need for mutual cooperation because we are both complementary to each other, Salehi told reporters on the sidelines of a two-day conference on relations between Iran and the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) in Tehran on Monday.  Lies den Rest dieses Beitrags

Iran Snapshot: The Economy — „How Am I Going to Live Like This?“ (Mostafavi)

Ramin Mostafavi reports from Tehran for Reuters:

Marjan Hamidi turned away from the butcher’s shop in a crowded area of Tehran’s sprawling bazaar. Her quest to buy reasonably priced groceries was not going well.

„Everything’s become so expensive in the past few weeks, she said with disappointment. „But my husband’s income stays the same. How am I going to live like this?“

Tightening international sanctions against Iran over its disputed nuclear program, combined with rampant inflation, have drastically restricted the ability of working-class Iranians to feed themselves and their families. Lies den Rest dieses Beitrags

Syria Audio Feature: Iranian Rappers Sing for the People of Homs

Iranian artists Emad Ghavidel and Hamed Fard produce a music video for the people of Homs in Syria, where hundreds have died in a regime assault in the last 17 days, „I swear to laments of grieving mothers; I swear to tears of grieving mothers. You will pay for this, Bashar al-Assad“:

Journalist Mohammad Rahbar’s Passport Seized by the Embassy of the Islamic Republic in Malaysia

Embassy of the Islamic Republic in Kuala Lumpur.

While confirming this news in an interview with Radio Farda Mohammad Rahbar stated that despite the fact that his passport had been renewed, the Ministry of Intelligence has not provided permission for it to be delivered.

According to reports by Jaras, the Ministry of Intelligence has sought in the past to stop Rahbar from publishing reports on issues related to the Supreme Leader and the boycott of the upcoming parliamentary elections.

Mohammad Rahbar has 16 years of experience in journalism and has been living in Malaysia for the past two years working as an independent journalist.

Source:  Radio Farda

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