{mosimage}The Daily Telegraph: Iran's main opposition group has renounced violence and the courts say it poses no threat - yet the Government wants it to remain outlawed.

{mosimage}Middle East Times, By Lord Corbett of Castle Vale: Parliamentary elections in Iran today will see radical Islamists consolidate their domination of the political landscape and any form of so-called "moderation" shunned away. Such has been dictated by Iran's chief ayatollah, Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.

{mosimage}Guardian Unlimited, By Professor Lord Alton of Liverpool: The People's Mojahedin Organisation is 'not concerned with terrorism', according to a UK court. So, we should take it off the blacklist.

{mosimage}The Washington Times, By Rt. Hon. Lord Waddington: As four more rockets thumped into buildings in the Baghdad Green Zone on Tuesday, it became devastatingly clear that promises made by Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on his trip to Iraq in early March were worthless.