Saturday, August 5, 2017

What the World Thinks of IRAN

Egypt: The plight of Cairo's street children

Kabul Blast - Islamic State claims responsibility

Crazy woman kicking dog in Vancouver

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Jordanians urge government to cut Israel ties

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Migrant to Germany warns Germans about mass migration

Vietnam denies Germany's kidnap claim


Jewish settler speaks about Arab culture...in Arabic

The Rise of Acid Attacks in the UK:

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Friday, August 4, 2017

Palestinians: Who is Jesus to you?

Qatar under siege

Israeli tank attacked militants in the Gaza Strip

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Israelis: Who is Mohammad for you?

Israelis: What angers you most about Muslims?

Is Masturbation a Sin According to the Bible?

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Pakistan's Parliament Elects Caretaker Prime Minister

Pakistani Transgender Activists Protest Dance Ban

Residents Slowly Return To Devastated Syrian Town

The Trump Presidency: Subpoenas issued in case of Trump Jr meeting

Abkhazia Explosion: Russian tourists among those killed and injured

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Five dead after being electrocuted at Turkey water park

Five people have died after being electrocuted at a water park in northwest Turkey, including three children.
The children, aged 12, 15 and 17, were caught up in an electrical current in the pool in the town of Akyazi in Sakarya province.
Seeing the children in distress, the park's 58-year-old manager and his son 30-year-old son  jumped into the pool to try to save them.

However, the men also became trapped in the current and were electrocuted.
All five were rushed to a hospital in Akyazi but could not be saved.
Television footage showed ambulances waiting outside the water park and several people gathered outside the Akyazi State Hospital. 
Employees at the water park later cut power at the resort, which is 93 miles east of Istanbul.
Two other people were hurt after touching metal railings near the pool, reports said.
Police officers were conducting an investigation into what caused the electrocutions.
Paramilitary police officers investigate after five people were caught up in an electrical current in the pool
The park is thought to have lacked a residual current breaker that shuts down power to prevent electrical shocks.
Hasan Akcan, Akyazi's mayor, said the park had received a license in 2012 as a swimming pool and amusement centre. He added that the incident was "saddening."

Sunday, June 11, 2017

Mosul, white phosphorus "internationally forbidden!" (bombing)

Iraq- Air strike hits neighborhood

War in Ukraine - Helmet Cam Combat Footage +Clashes in Donbass

Iraq- Massive fire in the market of Najaf

Friday, June 9, 2017

Saudi Arabia -Iran must rethink its own support for terror following attack, says analyst

JEDDAH: The militant attack in the Iranian capital on Wednesday, in which at least 12 people were killed, has increased the need for Tehran to rethink its own support for terrorist groups, an analyst said.
Talking to Arab News on Wednesday, political analyst and former US diplomat Ali Khedery said the principal lesson for Iran from these attacks “is that this is what terrorism looks like and feels like in real life.”
He added: “Perhaps they should stop being the world’s largest sponsor of terrorism, because again, this is what it feels like to be victims of terrorism and of senseless violence against civilians.”
Khedery said any terrorist attack anywhere in the world is something sad and unfortunate.
“However, given that the regime in Tehran is the world’s largest state-sponsor of terrorism, they have for once got a taste of their own medicine,” he said. “This should be a reminder to them of what it looks like when innocent civilians suffer from terrorism.”
He said Iran has been a leading global state-sponsor of terrorism since the Islamic Revolution of 1979.
“It has had a role in many terrorist attacks, beginning with the US Embassy hostage crisis in Tehran during which American diplomats were held for 444 days. Then Iran participated in the bombing of the US Embassy in Beirut in 1982 and the Marine barracks in 1983. Iran had a role in the Khobar Towers bombing in Saudi Arabia in 1996, and the terrorist attack on Jewish targets in Argentina in the late 1990s,” said Khedery.
Tehran “continues to support, for example, the Taliban and the Shiite militias in Iraq, and it has played an active role in the holocaust being carried out by the Assad regime (in Syria), not to mention the support for leading terrorist organizations such as Al-Qaeda, Hezbollah, and more recently the Houthis in Yemen.”
As to why was the Iranian leadership played down the terror attacks, Khedery said Iran is used to exporting terrorism and it is humiliating for the regime to be seen now as victims of terrorism.
“They don’t want to show that they do not have complete control within their borders and within their capital. They do not want to accept that Daesh was allegedly able to carry out attacks in the heart of Tehran, and in two of the most important and sensitive sites of the government — the Parliament and Imam Khomeini’s mausoleum,” said Khedery.
Khedery added that nobody knows with certainty that the attack was carried out by Daesh.
“Yes, Daesh has claimed credit for it but in recent times, they have claimed credit for a lot of things. They seem to exaggerate,” he said.
He said Iran was highly vulnerable from within.
“Its biggest weakness is its domestic situation because it has many widely oppressed minority groups — the Baluch, the Azeris, the Baha’i, etc. They have many domestic points of weakness,” he said. “This is one of the reasons they want to keep their population focused on external threats. They do not focus on the many internal problems that they suffer from.”
So is it a case of those who live in glass houses should not throw stones? “Certainly,” said Khedery.

Suicide bomber kills 11 in market south of Baghdad: officials

IRAQ: A suicide bomber blew himself up in a market in the town of Musayyib, south of Baghdad, on Friday killing at least 11 people, a police officer and a medic said.
“There are 11 dead and 17 wounded from a suicide attack targeting civilians in a market in the center of Musayyib,” a police lieutenant told AFP.

Sunday, June 4, 2017

Iraq- two boy's cry father dead

Iraq -civilian's beat

Iraq - man burned over fire pit

I was offended - steve hughes (Lol)

Friday, April 7, 2017

Stockholm Terror Attack

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NCRI- Situation in Syria Will Not Improve Until Iran Regime Is Expelled From the Country

NCRI - Earlier in the week we were once again subjected to media reports showing the terrifying and heart-breaking images of dying men, women, children and babies following a horrific chemical attack that was carried out by the Assad regime in Syria.

As well as the dozens of people that died it has been estimated that over 400 people were left with symptoms of poisoning by sarin gas. As has happened in the past, the cowardly perpetrators of the attack bombed the hospital where the victims (most of whom were women and children) were being treated.
The barbarity of the attack is incomprehensible to most. Now, more than ever, is the situation in urgent need of interventional. Something must happen immediately to stop the bloodshed and the civilian loss of life.
Iran has been involved in the Syrian civil war since the beginning. When Assad was about to be defeated by the opposition, Iran brought in thousands of soldiers to fight for Assad. The Iranian regime has provided billions of dollars worth of support to Assad. The Iranian regime has basically kept Assad in power, for if it were not for its intervention, the Assad regime would have been toppled long ago. Iran has prolonged the war and is responsible for a large number of deaths in the country.
Earlier in the week, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said: “While we continue to monitor the terrible situation, it is clear that this is how Bashar al-Assad operates: with brutal, unabashed barbarism.” He urged Iran and Russia to stop Assad from using chemical weapons.
In recent weeks, more and more attention has been drawn to Syria and the countries supporting Assad, mainly Russia and Iran who have been receiving international criticism. Social media campaigns have been launched by the public, urging Iran in particular to cease all involvement in the country, with the hashtag #IranOutOfSyria.
Countries in the Gulf have also increased and intensified their condemnations of Iran’s meddling in not just Syria but other countries in the region. They have criticised the role of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) and have slammed the human rights violations that are taking place in the Islamic Republic. Furthermore, Iran’s support for proxy groups has been criticised, as have its nuclear program and ballistic missile program.
It is clear to the international community that Iran has a deadly influence in the region and is central to the issues in the Middle East. One of the most important and urgent steps that needs that needs to be taken is to evict Iran from Syria.

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Russia News reports of 50 missiles fired at Syrian military base

US military launches 50 missiles at Syrian base near Homs province — media

April 07, 4:35UTC+3The Tomahawk missiles were intended for a single target - Ash Sha'irat, according to the NBC report
NEW YORK, April 7. /TASS/. The US military fired at least 50 missiles at a military base of Syrian government forces near the Homs province in western Syria, the NBC TV channel reported citing US military officials.
The Tomahawk missiles were intended for a single target - Ash Sha'irat, according to the report. The launch of missiles comes in response to the alleged chemical attack in Syria’s Idlib.

Sunday, April 2, 2017

Pope Francis tells German newspaper that he is a sinner

The pope highlighted the dangers of personality cults and populism in an interview. Francis spoke with German "Zeit" weekly in his first major interview with a German newspaper.

Vatikan Papst gedenkt in Weihnachtsbotschaft der Kriegs- und Terroropfer (Reuters/A. Bianchi)
"Zeit" published a preview of an interview with Pope Francis, in which the pontiff highlighted the importance of taking a critical approach to matters of faith. Francis told the weekly newspaper that any kind of faith that didn't face times of crisis "remains infantile."
When asked whether he had ever doubted the existence of God, Pope Francis replied "I, too, know these empty moments."
"But crises also provide an opportunity to grow," he said.
A fallible pope
The interview, which is to be published in its full length on Thursday, is the first of its kind with a German newspaper since he became Pope four years ago. It deals with a number of spiritual as well as political issues, examining the Pope's personal outlook on a number of current events. The leader of the Catholic Church worldwide stressed as one of his key messages in the interview that he did not want a cult following to build around his persona:
"We mustn't forget that any form of idealization of a human being always brings a subliminal brand of aggression with it as well. If I am idealized I feel under attack," the Pope said, rejecting the personality cult that some members of the Church are cultivating.
Francis also told "Zeit" that he does not consider himself to be special in any way, saying about himself: "I, too, am a sinner, and am fallible."
Francis' crusade against populism
Taking his views one step further, Francis projected the same values on the growth of populism in politics around the globe, saying that "populism is evil and ends badly, as has been shown by the past century."
Time's Person of the Year cover image Pabst Franziskus (Time Magazine)
Francis said he was against his growing personality cult
"Populism means using the people," Pope Francis said, adding that it would always seek its justification in a compulsion to preserve the identity of the people. Francis, born Jorge Mario Bergoglio in Buenos Aires, had previously compared the trend of growing populism with the rise of Hitler in Germany. He further said that populism always required "a messiah" figure to succeed, hinting at its incompatibility with Christian values and highlighting its foundation in fear while spreading a message of hope for people living under growing oppression:
"Truth means to be free of fear. Fears close doors. Freedom opens them. And when there is only little freedom, it can still open a small window at least."
A religion in flux
The interview with "Zeit" took place at the end of February 2017, also highlighting a number of issues and struggles the Catholic Church faces in Germany.

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The Pope commented among other things on the growing lack of priests in the country, and also spoke about the celebration year of Martin Luther in Germany marking the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the start of the Protestant movement in central Europe.
Other issues discussed in the article include the Catholic Church's policy on celibacy for priests while allowing married priests from other Christian denominations to convert to Catholicism.

Saturday, April 1, 2017

Catholic priest in "hot water," over comments against Muslims VIDEO

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Isis puts a bomb on a dog to kill Iraqi forces

NCRI- Another Iran Regime's Missile Technology Smuggler Arrested

Investigators: Ring laundered Iranian money, smuggled missile testing technology in violation of U.S. law
An Iranian-born Canadian arrested in a Washington city on the U.S.-Canadian border has been charged with conspiring to ship a piece of testing equipment used to calibrate missile guidance systems into Iran. Levi Pulkkinen reported in ‘Seattle PI’ on March 30, 2017.
Federal prosecutors claim Ghobad Ghasempour and two other men smuggled restricted items out of the United States to Iran through China. Ghasempour was charged Tuesday by federal prosecutors in Washington, D.C.
According to charging papers, Ghasempour created several front companies to help his father's friends Iran launder money and import products in violation of sanctions related to Iran's nuclear program. Ghasempour, who is alleged to have begun the scheme in December 2011, is accused of arranging to ship a table used to calibrate aeronautical sensors into Iran in violation of U.S. law.
A Chinese man managed the day-to-day operations of the China-based fronts, which arranged for goods to be shipped to Iran from the United States, China and Europe, a U.S. Homeland Security special agent said in charging papers. A man in Iran is alleged to have coordinated deliveries and money laundering for an engineering firm run by the Iranian government, Kiyan Saynpaniz International or KSP.
According to charging papers, Ghasempour told the Chinese man in 2012 that a friend of his father was having difficulty importing paper-making materials from Brazil due to sanctions imposed on Iran. The men are alleged to have arranged to use Iranian oil money to buy supplies for the paper factory.
As the scheme progressed, Ghasempour arranged to buy other items through the Chinese front companies, the special agent said in charging papers. The agent said Ghasempour and the Iranian man soon began requesting computer equipment not available in Iran.
Decade-old sanctions against Iran were eased in January 2016 after the Iranian government agreed to limit its nuclear program. In recent months, though, the U.S. State Department has sanctioned dozens of businesses and individuals thought to be doing business with Iran. Bills currently before both houses of Congress would sanction financial institutions and others linked to Iran's ballistic missile program.
A June 2012 email exchange showed Ghasempour explain that he “had a ‘frank’ discussion with (the Iranian) and learned that KSP is an Iranian government engineering company that also purchases items for different Iranian government agencies,” the special agent said.
“Ghasempour wrote that KSP will provide a lot of requests for items, but that the competition for the business is high and (their company) may not always win every bid,” the agent continued.
Among the items the men are alleged to have purchased were pieces of equipment used to test guidance systems used in aircraft. The items required a special license for export due to possible military applications, which include developing missile technologies.
Describing the 2016 shipment, investigators claim the Iranian partner agreed to pay $500,000 for one of the testing tables. They arranged to ship the item to Iran through a Portuguese company.
Ghasempour is alleged to have conspired to violate U.S. law by conspiring to export the Ideal Aerosmith testing table. He was arrested Tuesday at Blaine, Washington.
Investigators also contend that, in October 2015, the Iranian partner contacted Ghasempour with an urgent request regarding sonar systems. According to charging papers, Ghasempour was good friends with a Vancouver-based employee of Vard, a Norwegian marine architect. He is alleged to have tried to use that friendship to broker connections between the company and the Iranian Ministry of Defense.
Investigators detailed a collection of front companies set up to skirt sanctions limiting exports to Iran. They said Chinese partner and Ghasempour legitimized Iranian money through a Chinese bank with “ease.”
Ghasempour has been charged with conspiracy to unlawfully export U.S.-origin goods to Iran. The two other men named in court papers have not be charged publicly.

Mosul's snatch squads

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

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What do Jews in Israel think about Jesus Christ the Messiah and God

Iran: Patient's Body Taken Hostage After Death in a Hospital

NCRI - Administrators of a hospital in Kerman took hostage the body of a patient after his death as patient’s family were too poor to pay the hospital bill.
“Someone refers to a hospital in Kerman (Southern Province) and unfortunately dies in the hospital. The hospital officials, however, ask for 20 million tomans to be paid by his family so that the patient’s body could be delivered. But the patient’s body remains in the hospital for one week as patient’s family could not pay the requested money”, said Ahmad Hamzeh, an Iranian regime’s MP from Kahnooj.
Also at the beginning of the year, a hospital in Kermanshah took hostage the dead body of a 13-year-old girl, asking for 87 million tomans from her family. The girl’s dead body was delivered to her family a few days later only after they provided checks and promissory notes and the fingerprints of four family members were taken.

Iraq -Appointment of Iraj Masjedi, a War Criminal, as Iranian Ambassador to Iraq (NCRI)

Today March 15, 2017 Struan Stevenson, President of European Iraqi Freedom Association (EIFA), issued a press release, concerning the appointment of a war criminal, as Iran regime’s ambassador to Iraq as follows:
Iranian news media reported that the Iraqi government has accepted the revolutionary guard Brigadier General Iraj Masjedi, a senior adviser to Qasem Soleimani, commander of the terrorist Quds Force, as the Iranian regime's ambassador in Baghdad. The media wrote: “The Iranian Embassy in Baghdad is considered one of the key strategic posts abroad and the selection of its Ambassador is crucial.” Masjedi said in January 2017 that the frontlines for Iran are Damascus and Aleppo in Syria and Mosul and Falujah in Iraq.
After the US invasion of Iraq in 2003 and the lethal mistake of the United States in opening Iraq’s doors to the theocratic dictatorship in Iran, Iraq became a platform for the export of terrorism and the destabilization of countries of the region. No wander the Iranian ambassadors to Iraq have almost all been former Quds Force commanders.
The main mission of Masjedi is the consolidation and expansion of Iranian hegemony over Iraq as the most important point for the export of crisis and insecurity in the region. His agenda includes:
• Using Iraq to interfere in neighboring countries. Iran is particularly seeking to have the ability to interfere in Saudi Arabia through Iraq in any potential development in the region.
• Interfering in Iraq’s 2018 elections, preventing a free election and blocking the victory of the patriotic and national forces. This includes returning the ultra-corrupt and vicious sectarian Nouri al-Maliki and his gang to power.
• Expansion of Hashd al-Shaabi and militants linked to Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) in Iraq and their dominance over the military, political, security and the Iraqi economy. Iran wishes to replicate the experience of the IRGC in Iraq.
• Circumvent international sanctions against Iran by utilising facilities within Iraq, particularly by using the Central Bank of Iraq.
• IRGC control over Iraq's oil resources and economic projects.
In an interview with ISNA news agency on March 8, Masjedi acknowledged some of the above-mentioned goals and in respect of the 2018 elections he said: “We encourage the cooperation of Shi’ite groups, but the entry of problematic individuals to power must be prevented.”
In 2005, the National Council of Resistance of Iran, revealed a totally secret document relating to the IRGC that included a list of 32,000 Iraqis on its payroll in Iraq. Since 2003, these individuals had entered Iraq in an organized way and under the guidance and direct control of IRGC commanders, including Qassem Soleimani, Iraj Masjedi, Ahmad Forouzandeh and Hamid Taghavi. They infiltrated Iraq's political, economic, military and security apparatus. In that document, bank accounts and salaries, the date of their recruitment by the IRGC in Iran, the name of the unit they served in and their personnel numbers were identified. Unfortunately the US neglected to give attention to this document at the time and their on-going indifference to the presence of these agents played a big part to the creation of the current catastrophic situation in Iraq.
Iraj Masjedi created terrorist networks, militias, and Iraqi Hashd al-Shaabi. Since the creation of the Quds Force, Masjedi became the commander of its first division, whose task was to carry out terrorist operations in Iraq and it controlled the 9 Badr and Supreme Council terrorist groups. Other militias that were formed later by him are now involved in killings and crimes in Iraq and Syria. Faleh Fayyaz, the head of Hashd al-Shaabi who has been the Iraqi government National Security Adviser, as well as known terrorists such as AbuMahdi al-Mohandes and Hadi al-Ameri, Qais al-Khazali, Akram al-Kaabi, Hashem al-Moussawi and many other militia commanders, were all under the control of Masjedi. It is well known that most terrorist activities in Iraq during the past 14 years and the bombing and killing of Iraqi civilians, were all carried out under his supervision.
Bombings against coalition forces, kidnapping British citizens in Baghdad, the attack on the headquarters of US forces in Karbala in 2007, were all operations guided by Masjedi. Moreover, all of the missile attacks and killings and kidnappings of opposition PMOI members during the years they were in Camps Ashraf and Camp Liberty in Iraq were carried out by Masjedi and militias under his command.
Without a doubt, Masjedi is a war criminal and should be prosecuted. His presence in Iraq as a diplomat not only is a clear violation of recognized diplomatic standards and practices, but also exacerbates the crisis and terrorism in Iraq.
The European Iraqi Freedom Association (EIFA) strongly condemns the appointment of this war criminal as an ambassador and urges the UN Security Council, the US and EU, which are responsible for the situation in Iraq, to immediately intervene to prevent the deployment of Masjedi as ambassador to Iraq.
Struan Stevenson
Struan Stevenson, President, European Iraqi Freedom Association (EIFA)
Struan Stevenson was a member of the European Parliament representing Scotland (1999-2014), President of the Parliament's Delegation for Relations with Iraq (2009-14) and Chairman of Friends of a Free Iran Intergroup (2004-14). He is a lecturer on Middle East policy and President of the European Iraqi Freedom Association (EIFA).