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Iran Using All The Holy Names For The Sake Of Their Interests

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on November 26, 2010

CNN: Seized weapons in Nigeria came from Iran

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on October 31, 2010

The shipping containers filled with illegal weapons seized in Lagos, Nigeria, earlier this week came from Iran, a leading global shipping company said Saturday.

Islamic Republic crosses The Line

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on October 29, 2010

Nigerian authorities seized 13 containers of Iranian weapons Israeli officials believed were to be smuggled to Hamas in Gaza, authorities said.

Nigeria’s secret service announced rocket launchers, grenades and explosives camouflaged as building materials were seized at the port of Lagos after they were unloaded from an Iranian ship, the Haaretz daily reported Thursday.

After unloading the weapons, the ship left the port, the Israeli newspaper said.

“On opening the first container, the service operatives discovered rocket launchers, grenades and other explosives,” Nigerian State Security Service spokeswoman Marilyn Ogar said. The paper said the Nigerian authorities had received intelligence concerning the ship’s cargo before it docked at the port.

The clearing agent in charge of unloading containers reportedly offered to bribe Nigerian customs officials to transfer the containers to a terminal for screening outside the port, the Israeli daily quoted Nigeria media reports saying.

Recently Afghan police said they had seized 22 tons of explosives stashed in boxes marked “food, toys and kitchenware” that were reportedly imported from neighboring Iran.

The discovery was made in a customs office in the western province of Nimroz on the Iranian border, deputy provincial police chief Mohammad Musa Rasouli told the AFP.

“We found these materials hidden in a 40 foot shipping container that had come from Iran. The explosives were disguised as merchandise like food, toys and kitchenware,” he said.

Iranian agents trained, armed and directed death squads in Iraq with the aim of killing senior Iraqi politicians and undermining British and US troops’ operations, according to military intelligence reports in the war logs that the Guardian has examined.

Iranian-supplied rockets containing “neuroparalytic” agents that are designed to incapacitate their victims while another warns that an armored vehicle containing chemical gas is being prepared for a large-scale offensive, backed with multiple rocket launches, against the Green Zone in Baghdad where the US and British embassies and the main Iraqi government buildings are situated.

These are just a few of them that I approached here but it is only the top of the iceberg.

Gillerman on Possibility of Middle East Peace and Iran

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on September 5, 2010

Fox News speaks to Dan Gillerman, former Israeli Ambassador to the U.N., about the continuation of direct peace talks with the Palestinians. He also comments on the continuing threats from Iran.

For Mideast Peace, Disarm Iran First? – John Podhoretz

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on September 3, 2010

Commentary magazine editor John Podhoretz criticizes the Obama administration’s approach to foreign policy in the Middle East.

US Warships to faceoff with Iran!

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on June 22, 2010

Endtime Ministries presents an excerpt from the June 21st show with Irvin Baxter.

Oo World News In 60 Seconds oO

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on June 18, 2010

One by one, Congress takes its shots at BP Boss, its just some side show drama
but while theyre at it they should also stick on the stand the ‘buck stops here’ man with the plan Obama
EU set to approve new sanctions on Iran as Jobless claims for the second week rise,
Democrats challenge progress in Afghanistan, as unemployment stands at 10% and people act surprised …

It is the beautiful bird which gets caged

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on June 18, 2010

The mothers of U.S. hikers urged the Iranian government to either prosecute or free the three held since last year after reportedly crossing the border into the country while hiking in Iraq.

In a statement, the mothers of Shane Bauer, Sarah Shourd and Josh Fattal also called for more consular access for their children and for them to be able to call their families.

They also asked that Shourd be moved from solitary confinement.

“Shane, Sarah and Josh have been detained in Iran without due process for almost 11 months, in continued violation of Iranian and international law,” the mothers said.

On the other hand, Hamas (Iran’s client) captured and abducted Israeli soldier, Gilad Shalit on 25 June 2006 by Palestinian militants in a cross-border raid. He was abducted through the Kerem Shalom crossing (in Israel), and has been held as a prisoner in the Gaza Strip by Hamas since then.

Hamas has refused requests from the International Committee of the Red Cross to allow the ICRC to visit Shalit. Several human rights organizations have stated that the terms and conditions of Shalit’s detention are contrary to international humanitarian law. In exchange for his release, Hamas is demanding the release of all female and underage Palestinian prisoners held in Israel, as well as a further 1000 prisoners, a number of which are convicted by Israeli courts on terrorism charges.

Islamic Republic could free two of its agents after they released the French lecturer, Clotilde Reiss.

Ms. Reiss was sentenced to 10 years in prison for spying and e-mailing photographs of the post-election protests. Later, it was commuted to a fine of $285,000, said her lawyer.

The Iranian regime and its clients (Hamas, Hezbollah and Taliban) abduct people and put pressure on their governments to release their agents all around the world. They’re not much difference with Somalia pirates and these regimes; only difference is that pirates are on the water.

Beginning of Terrorism

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on June 3, 2010

After the Revolution, Ayatollah Khomeini’s big idea of a revolutionary, political Islam spread throughout the Islamic world. In every Islamic country, especially those with the poorest population, Tehran moved to set up networks of militant activities as a means of seizing power for Radical Islam. However, in Iran the foot soldiers of the ideological state, the Revolutionary Guards actively spreading the message from Lebanon to Sudan – are hate figures that arrest and torture anyone who speaks out against the regime.

But one man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter and Iran’s rulers openly and proudly support such groups around the world.

A popular joke about Iran’s standing in the international community goes like this: ‘before the Revolution Iran had one enemy in the world: Syria. After the Revolution, it has only one ally in the world: Syria.’

Unsurprisingly, many Iranians regards the regime’s support for international Islamic radicalism as a major cause of their falling living standard, not least it has scared away international business.

After more than 30 years of being told it is their religious duty to liberate Jerusalem one day, most Iranians are more concerned with their own liberation.

Debate still runs as to whether Khomeini called out: “Israel must be wiped off the map” indicating military action and destruction, or: “this regime occupying Jerusalem should vanish from the pages of time” indicating a hope or wish as Mahmoud Ahmadinejad does. He wants to throw U.S. and NATO forces out of Middle East.   

The Observer estimated that Israel’s arms sales to Iran during the Iran-Iraq war, total US$ 500 million annually, and Time Magazine reported that throughout 1981 and 1982, “the Israelis reportedly set up Swiss bank accounts to handle the financial end of the deals.”

According to the report of the U.S. Congressional Committees Investigating the Iran-Contra Affair issued in November 1987, “the sale of U.S. arms to Iran through Israel began in the summer of 1985, after receiving the approval of President Reagan.”  These sales included “2,008 TOW missiles and 235 parts kits for Hawk missiles had been sent to Iran via Israel.”

Israeli arms deals to Iran continued after the Iran-Iraq war, although sporadically and unofficially.

In the summer of 1999, among the calls for democracy and freedom of students’ protestors, there was a familiar slogan:” Forget Palestine … let’s deal with our own problems!”

 After dispute 2009 Presidential Election in Iran, protestors were shouting “No to Gaza, No to Lebanon, I Give My Life for Iran.” all over the country.