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Fatima Bhutto at CNN Edit Room First Edit Room

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on December 25, 2010

Fatima Bhutto was born in Kabul in 1982. Her father Murtaza Bhutto, son of Pakistan’s former President and Prime Minister, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and an elected member of parliament, was killed by the police in 1996 in Karachi

Fatima graduated from Columbia University in 2004, majoring in Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures and from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in 2005 with a Masters in South Asian Government and Politics.

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Muslim Unity…Saudi Arabia Wants Israel And America To Attack Iran

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on December 2, 2010

Admiral Mike Mullen

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on November 17, 2010

Former senator Sam Nunn, Hoover distinguished fellow George Shultz, and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, Admiral Mike Mullen, discuss nuclear nonproliferation and deterrence at Hoover’s conference titled “Deterrence: Its Past and Future.”

A Timeline Map of Ancient Persia to IRAN, 8000BC – 2009

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on November 11, 2010

Going toward the destruction

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on November 8, 2010

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told U.S. Vice President Joe Biden during their meeting in New Orleans on Sunday that sanctions have hurt Iran but are not stopping Iran’s efforts to acquire nuclear weapons.

Netanyahu said that a credible threat of military action is the only way to ensure that Iran will rethink its nuclear program. According Israeli estimates, the only time that Iran paused its nuclear program was in 2003, when Iran believed there was a threat of military action.

Later U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said “I disagree that only a credible military threat can get Iran to take the action that it needs to end its nuclear weapons program,”.

Sanctions against Iran were already beginning to bite, Gates told a news conference in Melbourne after security talks with Australia.

“We are prepared to do what is necessary. But at this point we continue to believe that the political, economic approach that we are taking is in fact having an impact in Iran.”

However, Gates said that all options remained on the table.

“The president has said repeatedly that when it comes to Iran that all options are on the table and we are doing what we need to do to ensure that he has those options,” he said.

Meanwhile the president already made Indian nation (Over 15% of humanity) to send some good thoughts for him and he’s going to his home planet, Indonesia. Indians expected him to talk about the attacks and the fact which ISI Pakistan Intelligent Agency was involved and planned the whole mission, but he just ignored years of research and investigations which CIA also was cooperating with. Pakistan is the worst ally for U.S. and now Indians also know him very well.

Indians disappointed at Obama’s visit

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on November 8, 2010

from France24

The Iranian Nuclear Crisis

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on November 4, 2010

Bruno Tertrais, researcher and author on strategic affairs, terrorism and proliferation, talks about the topic of nuclear proliferation at the Diplomatic Academy Vienna.

Commander General David Petraeus about Iran

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on November 2, 2010

CNN’s Barbara Starr sits down with Gen. David Petraeus to discuss Iran and Afghanistan.

Bin Laden blames French policy for Niger kidnappings

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on October 28, 2010

From France24

Cash payments from Iran ‘normal,’ Karzai says

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on October 26, 2010

The White House voiced its concern about Iran’s “negative influence” on Afghanistan after President Hamid Karzai admitted receiving bags of cash from Washington’s arch foe Tehran.

Karzai insisted at a news conference in Kabul on Monday that the payments to his chief of staff — sometimes as much as 700,000 Euros (980,000 dollars) at a time — were transparent payments for his presidential office.

“They want good relations in return. Lots of other things in return, Afghanistan and Iran have neighborly relations,” Karzai said.

“We have also asked lots of things in return in this relationship, so it’s a relationship between neighbors and it will go on and we’ll continue to ask for cash help from Iran,” he said.

But White House deputy spokesman Bill Burton said: “I think the American people and the global community have… every reason to be concerned about Iran trying to have a negative influence on Afghanistan.”

The shocking point is Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad denies the charges. The Iranian embassy in Kabul also dismissed the report as “ridiculous and insulting.”

What this means is The cash is completely illegal and that’s why Iran wants to keep it down, The other thing is they could send their helps like other countries and for example use the Banks like Kabul Bank, no but they’ve got to give the money in a bag, not even a suitcase. Accessibility to banks also is available for them in Afghanistan.

Karzai is over; he’d killed himself as a politician and lost a bit of respect which some had for him in Afghanistan. From now it is all going down.

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

Police Chief Abdul Jabar Purdel said a suspect was detained after the devices were discovered in 337 boxes in a 40-foot shipping container moved from Iran into Afghanistan over a bridge connecting the two countries, CNN reported.