Today’s Woman will have a phone interview with Ms. Nasrin Sutudeh, lawyer and activist based inside Iran, regarding the arrest of Mehri Moshrefi. Mrs. Moshrefi a woman’s activist and her husband have been imprisoned for the past 2 months. In the next segment a blog regarding relationships would be discussed. The last section is dedicated to viewers’ emails and phone calls.
News and Views updates on the Gaza crisis. There’s also coverage of a report in the New York Times that the US recently denied Israel’s request for bunker buster bombs to attack Iran’s main nuclear facility. NaV also reports on President Obama’s comments that his administration will put "a new emphasis on respect and a new willingness on being willing to talk" to Iran. Dr. Amir Hossein Ganjbakhsh will join to examine the New York Times article, a report that weapons parts are still being sold by the US to Iran, and Obama’s comments.
From inside Iran we’ll have an interview regarding plain clothes police attacking a “Mothers of Peace” gathering in front of the “Palestine Embassy” in Tehran, to protest the war in Gaza. A number of Mothers were injured.
There’s also an interview regarding reports that four more students from the Shiraz University were arrested.
Roundtable hosts Dr. Fereydoun Khavand will join to discuss the impact of the elimination of subsidies from gasoline, as well as utilities in Iran on the people's buying power.
Late Edition updates on the Detroit Auto Show, and reports on an outgoing interview with President Bush. There’s also a wrap up of the Consumer Electronic Show, a live sports segment, and a review of the Golden Globe Awards.
Newstalk discusses human rights in Iran and around the world.