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Iranians to form human chain around nuclear site

Monday November 14, 2011 08:55:33 PM, AKI

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Tehran: Thousands of Iranians will form a human chain around a nuclear site to protect what they say is their country's "peaceful nuclear programme", state media reported Monday.

The demonstration is being planned at the Uranium Conversion Facility near Isfahan city, 350 km from Tehran, the Fars news agency said.

It would be a protest against the recent International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) report that said Iran's nuclear programme is more ambitious than previously known.

Iran has dismissed the report, reiterating its claim that the nuclear programme is for peaceful purposes like energy and research.



 
 



 

 

 

 

 

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More than 2.5mn people from all across the world have gathered in Makkah for Haj which starts November 05, 2011 this year. Haj, the fifth pillar of Islam is a religious journey to the House of Allah in Makkah. This is in response to the call of Prophet Abraham when Allah commanded him to call mankind to perform Haj. Haj is the largest gathering of Muslims as about three million Muslims from all over the world meet to worship their Lord. All barriers including language, color, class and race are broken.

(Photo: Arab News/Ahmad Hashad)

 

 
 
 
 
 

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