Four good reasons not to intervene in Iran

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Four good reasons not to intervene in Iran

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Ahmadinejad is legally bound to continue enriching uranium

Ahmadinejad is legally bound to continue enriching uranium

Sadeq Saba, the head of the BBC’s Persian Service, told an audience in parliament on Monday that foreign intervention “in any shape or form” will harm Iran’s democratic movement. Speaking as part of an expert panel at a meeting entitled Iran: Which Way Forward?, he argued that Iran’s future will be determined by “the people, the struggle for democracy and also the economy.” With unprecedented levels of disunity within the regime, Saba believes that the tipping point will come when “poor sections of the society come to the street and demonstrate, and I think Iran is heading towards this situation.”

The meeting, convened by the Westminster committee on Iran, explored the current crisis over Iran’s nuclear programme, bringing together parliamentarians, security analysts and middle east experts to explore ways to resolve the standoff and to assess both the dangers of military

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