Larry Hanson : I sang three songs to two foreign ladies today. One is from Iran and the other is from Laos. I sang "Jesus Loves Me, Why Me Lord" by Kris Kristofferson and "Blueberry Hill" by Fats Domino. Though they looked pretty well straight faced, managed to steal a smile from both of them! YEE HAW!!! 38 seconds ago - View -
Cinthia Ruth Mamani Quisler : El Senado de EE.UU. aprueba apoyar a Israel en caso de conflicto militar con Irán IRAN SIRIA Y LIBANO PRONTO ESTARAN BAJO CONTROL DE EEUU 45 seconds ago - View -
"We firmly support Syria in its fight against the vicious phenomenon of terrorism and international organized crimes against this country."
Speaking on Thursday, congratulated the Syrian nation on army's victories against terrorist groups in the country.
The Iranian official added that Iran will intensify its diplomatic efforts to stop the violence in Syria and promote national dialogue between representatives of the Syrian government and the main opposition groups which believe in a political solution to Syria crisis.
Tehran will be hosting the meeting of the Friends of Syria in late May in a bid to find a peaceful solution to the ongoing crisis in the Muslim country.
Representatives of a number of foreign countries and international organizations will take part in the upcoming friends of Syria meeting in the Iranian capital.
Iran's Permanent Representative to the United Nations Mohammad Khazayee said that the 'Friends of Syria' conference which will be held in Iran's capital city and will try to find a peaceful and practical solution to the Syrian crisis. 57 seconds ago - View -
Troy Williams : Iran Hackers Accused of Targeting US Energy Firms Iran Hackers Accused of Targeting US Energy Firms
WASHINGTON—Iranian-backed hackers have escalated a campaign of cyberassaults against U.S. corporations by launching infiltration and surveillance missions against the computer networks running energy companies, according to current and former U.S. officials.
In the latest operations, the Iranian hackers were able to gain access to control-system software that could allow them to manipulate oil or gas pipelines. They proceeded “far enough to worry people,” one former official said.
The developments show that while Chinese hackers pose widespread intellectual-property-theft and espionage concerns, the Iranian assaults have emerged as far more worrisome because of their apparent hostile intent and potential for damage or sabotage.
U.S. officials consider this set of Iranian infiltrations to be more alarming than another continuing campaign, also believed to be backed by Tehran, that disrupts bank websites by “denial of service” strikes. Unlike those, the more recent campaigns actually have broken into computer systems to gain information on the controls running company operations and, through reconnaissance, acquired the means to disrupt or destroy them in the future, the U.S. officials said.
In response, U.S. officials warn that Iran is edging closer to provoking U.S. retaliation.
“This is representative of stepped-up cyber activity by the Iranian regime. The more they do this, the more our concerns grow,” a U.S. official said. “What they have done so far has certainly been noticed, and they should be cautious.”
The U.S. has previously launched its own cyberattacks against Iran. The Stuxnet worm, developed and launched by the U.S. and Israel, sabotaged an Iranian nuclear facility." Much more at link! 2 minutes ago - View -
Ben Kincaid : The President is wanting to end the war on Terror. I can understand that, I wish it were gone also. However you cannot just wish it away. In a recent report by the State department, it shows that the radical islamist's are stepping up their percecution of the non believers. They are killing them by the hundreds and if we let our guard down on just wishfull thinking. Alkeida is just a title given a religious movement. Killing Bin Lauden had no effect on on this radical beleif on the contrary it probably made him a martyr and more promenent in radical islam.
The U.S. State Department's International Religious Freedom Report for 2012 shows persecution against Christians and Jews is on the rise, especially in Muslim countries, CBN News reports. Egypt, Nigeria, Sudan, Iran, Libya, Saudi Arabia and Tunisia are among the many countries where non-Muslims are suffering persecution. Saudi Arabia prohibits any religion except Islam and enforces state restrictions on religious freedom. In Sudan, Muslim rioters burned down an evangelical church compound; in Libya, terrorists bombed an Orthodox church; and in Nigeria, Muslim radicals murdered hundreds of Christians. The report also devotes a section to the ongoing global increase in anti-Semitism, citing Venezuela, Egypt and Iran as countries with political and religious leaders who openly espouse Holocaust denial and anti-Israel rhetoric 2 minutes ago - View -
Hans Eringa : Israel: wants Syria divided in smaller parts, detached from Iran, status quo for Golan Heights, and a new map for the Middle East;
USA: wants what Israel wants and control over oil, gas, pipelines;
UK: wants what USA wants;
France: co-responsible with the UK for post-Ottoman colonization in the area, wants confirmed friendship France-Syria;
Russia: wants a naval base in the Mediterranean, and an “ally”;
China: wants what Russia wants;
EU: wants both what Israel-USA want and what France wants;
Iran: wants Shia power;
Iraq: majority Shia, wants what Iran wants;
Lebanon: wants to know what it wants;
Saudi-Arabia: wants Sunni power;
Egypt: wants to emerge as the conflict-manager;
Qatar: wants the same as Saudi Arabia and Egypt;
Gulf States: want what USA-UK want;
The Arab League: wants no repetition of Libya, tries human rights;
Turkey: wants to assert itself relative to the (Israel-USA) successors to the (France-UK-Italy) successors to the Ottoman Empire, and a buffer zone in Syria.
UN: wants to emerge as the conflict manager. 4 minutes ago - View -
بسام أبو عثمان الخالدية : Freedom for our people in Syria
The shame and disgrace to every man in the world did not stand alongside Syria
فشعبها chose freedom and offset system Assad Pplersas and murder, deportation and arrest
Intervention by both the world of criminals Hezbollah Banaani and Iran, Russia and China
Aiding the Syrian people free to live his children in safety
Syria Freedom 4 minutes ago - View -
Your Middle East : A significant silence on the 1988 massacre The absence of a concern with and attention to one of the most tragic events of Iran’s recent history among Iranian politicians who claim to be concerned about human rights is surprising and worrying, writes Anahita Hosseini. 6 minutes ago - View -
"Iran gibt das Erscheinen des Mahdi bekannt."
So so, er ist also aus seinem Erdloch rausgekommen...sieht aus wie ein gesuchter Schwerverbrecher. Wieso dieses Tuch auf seinem Gesicht, zu hässlich etwa?
Und wieso braucht er einen Bodyguard?
Mein Nachbar: Hahahahaha
Der Bodyguard: Hahahah
Echt seltsam diese Religion der Rafidha Shia! Hahahahahaha!!!
"Iran gibt das Erscheinen des Mahdi bekannt." So so, er ist also aus seinem Erdloch rausgekommen...sieht aus wie ein gesuchter Schwerverbrecher. Wieso dieses Tuch auf seinem Gesicht, zu hässlich etwa? Und wieso braucht er einen Bodyguard?
Ich: Hahahahaha Mein Nachbar: Hahahahaha Meine Arbeitskollege:Hahahaha Der Bodyguard: Hahahah
Echt seltsam diese Religion der Rafidha Shia! 6 minutes ago - View -
Bruna Andriely : Timeline Photos Né com Natan Ccb,Sandrinha Imd,Beatriz Lima,Josivaldo Santos,Vania Santos De Lima Lopes Lopes,Iran Florencio,Rodrigo Lima,Nadia Lima.... 6 minutes ago - View -
Stacey Holt : State Dept Won't Criticize Sharia Descrimination Against Women We interfere in Libya, and Syria, Iraq etc but can't say anything for the women of Iran being excluded from having a voice ? Hummm State Department official refuses to criticize Iran's Guardian Council's ruling that women may not be candidates in the upcoming June 14 elections. http://ww... Watch the video: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Gz0qtYqTWOg 6 minutes ago - View -
Israel Torres : QUIERO IR AL ANTRO Para todos los que se iran de antro hoy Fer y Santi tienen una idea brillante. IR AL ANTRO. Watch the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vbg2-1FncpA&feature=youtu.be 6 minutes ago - View -
ANIMALES PERDIDOS Y ENCONTRADOS ESPAÑA : Timeline Photos Encontrada ayer dia 22 por la tarde en ctra. Rubi_Molins de Rei. Pol. Ind. Can Calopa. Boxer hembra muy joven y cariñosa. Sin chip ni correa. Bien cuidada. ¿Alguien la reconoce?. Contacto. Rodamons de Rubi_Facebook. APARECIO SU FAMILIA!!!!!!!!!!!!! 7 minutes ago - View -
Johnny Alpha : Ken O'Keefe in Tehran - "Iran is not the threat, we are." - American Patriots Rise Watch and share and shout this truth from the rooftops with all power of love of the Truth that God the creator placed in you - IRAN IS NOT THE THREAT - WE ARE THE THREAT - WE HAVE BEEN USURPED AND UNDERMINED AND HYPNOTISED AND PARALYSED - BY THE ENEMY OF OF ALL TRUTH AND GOODNESS - THE ZIONIST TALMUDIST SUPREMISIST JEW. TIME TO SORT THEM OUT - ONCE AND FOR ALL TIME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWqI7m0Mmbk&feature=player_embedded#! It is time to stop being Israel's Bitch! I renounced my US citizenship and the United States of Hypocrisy refused to acknowledge my right, our right, to self... Watch the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWqI7m0Mmbk&feature=player_embedded 7 minutes ago - View -
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Steven Miranda : An Iranian director who was jailed for anti-government propaganda in 2010 emerged at the Cannes film festival on Friday to premiere a new film about state oppression that he shot in secret in his home country.
Mohammad Rasoulof was found guilty of "actions and propaganda against the system" after trying to make a documentary about the unrest that followed the disputed re-election of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in 2009.
He was jailed for six years and banned from making films and leaving Iran for 20 years. But the sentence was later cut to one year on appeal, and the travel and film bans were lifted.
His new film "Dast-Neveshtehaa Nemisoosand" (Manuscripts Don't Burn) received a standing ovation at a press screening in the French Riviera resort of Cannes on Friday.Rasoulof said it was based on the real-life story of 21 Iranian writers and academics travelling on a bus who survived a botched attempt on their lives, which he described as a "dark episode" in the Iranian intellectual community. 8 minutes ago - View -
Fareed Zakaria : On "Fareed Zakaria GPS" this Sunday at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. ET on CNN:
First, Fareed delves into the attack on a British soldier: What lessons can London – and the world – draw from it?
Then, does Britain need more Europe, or less? A discussion with Financial Times commentator Martin Wolf and Pulitzer Prize-winner Anne Applebaum.
“I think that Britain has the opportunity still to be a leading power inside Europe. And because of the particular nature of the Tory Party and because of the nature of the argument right now, it is at risk of eliminating itself,” Applebaum says. “If Britain is going to spend the next two or three years renegotiating its relationship with Europe rather than taking part in the central debates that everybody else cares about, then it will be irrelevant.”
Later, is the Cold War back? Two experts on the world of espionage explain why Russia decided to humiliate an alleged U.S. spy.
And finally, Big Data or Big Brother? How the digital information era is changing the world in extraordinary ways. 8 minutes ago - View -
The Syrian conflict and nuclear Iran head the topics of concern in the talks between visiting US Secretary of State John Kerry and Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu Thursday, along with his unremitting effort to revive peace talks with the Palestinians. British Foreign Secretary William Hague will also meet the prime minister. 10 minutes ago - View -
Hands Off Pakistan : Syrian militant eats soldier's heart The Americans are not Pakistan and they will never be in Pakistan they are bombing Pakistan, they are sending drones to murder large no. of people in Pakistan they have the politicians in their pockets in Pakistan but they can not to go to Pakistan. Israel can not to go to Pakistan, Israel can not to go to Iran, Israel can not to go to Gaza. But lets not build our enemies up as if they were a Million James Bonds, they are very far from that and there are many people have made it impossible for the United States and Israel to be anywhere like the countries I have talked about....
George Galloway MP A gruesome video has emerged on the Internet, showing a foreign-backed militant in Syria cutting out the heart of a Syrian soldier and biting into it. In the... Watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature&v=dCx_5IF99Pc 10 minutes ago - View -
Ali Fuat Futsi : Timeline Photos Ebubekir Sifil’den Milli Gazete’ye Esad Resti
Mili Gazete yazarı Ebubekir Sifil Esad aleyhine yazdığı yazılar sebebiyle gazeteden ayrılmak zorunda kaldı.
Bilindiği üzere Milli Görüş'ün üstyönetimi tabana rağmen Esad'ı desteklemeyi sürdürmüş ve Suriye'ye Esad'a desteğe gitmişlerdi. Milli Görüş'ün yayın organı Milli Gazete'de yazan Ebubekir Sifil ise Suriye ihtilalini destekliyor ve Esad aleyhine yazılar yazıyordu. Bu yazılardan rahatsız olan Milli Görüş'ün üstyönetiminin baskıları netice verdi ve Ebubekir Sifil yıllardır yazarlık yaptığı gazeteden ayrılmak zorunda kaldı.
Sifil gazeteden ayrıldığını Twitter'dan duyurdu:
"Suriye konusunda yazdıklarım camianın yaklaşımıyla örtüşmediği için rahatsızlık oluşturuyordu...."
Sue Smith : Iran’s Bogus “Election” Process Prefix from RSSG Iran’s Bogus “Election” Process
Iranian authorities on Tuesday announced the approval of eight candidates who will be allowed to compete in the June 14 presidential election. The Guardian Council, which vetted the candidates, made … 13 minutes ago - View -
Richard Paris : Obama Administration Refuses to Label London Attack as Terrorism Because Obama himself is a terrorist! 13 minutes ago - View -
They're not happy in Gaza ..
They're not happy in Egypt ..
They're not happy in Libya ..
They're not happy in Morocco ..
They're not happy in Iran ..
They're not happy in Iraq ..
They're not happy in Yemen ..
They're not happy in Afghanistan ..
They're not happy in Pakistan ..
They're not happy in Syria ..
They're not happy in Lebanon ..
SO, WHERE ARE THEY HAPPY?
They're happy in Australia .
They're happy in Canada .
They're happy in England ..
They're happy in France ..
They're happy in Italy ..
They're happy in Germany ..
They're happy in Sweden ..
They're happy in the USA ..
They're happy in Norway ..
They're happy in Holland .
They're happy in Denmark .
Basically, they're happy in every country that is not Muslim
and unhappy in every country that is!
AND WHO DO THEY BLAME?
Not their leadership.
THEY BLAME THE COUNTRIES THEY ARE HAPPY IN!
AND THEN; They want to change those countries to be like....
THE COUNTRY THEY CAME FROM WHERE THEY WERE UNHAPPY! 14 minutes ago - View -
Nour Alhoudatv : Saudi Arabia Detains Shia Cleric for Espionage Saudi Arabia Detains Shia Cleric for Espionage
SHAFAQNA (Shia International News Association) –Sheikh Hassan al-Ziyad was detained earlier this week without any reason when he had referred to the Passport Office to get his family’s passports renewed.
Ziyad’s arbitrary arrest has drawn anger from his followers, who say he was not involved in any anti-regime activities and dedicated his time only to instruction.
Saudi forces often arrest clerics travelling between Saudi Arabia and Iran, and charge them with espionage for Tehran - an outdated policy that has lost its luster.
On July 8, 2012, Saudi forces attacked, injured and arrested prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr en route to his house in the Qatif region of Eastern Province.
The arrest sparked protests in the oil-rich province. The cleric appeared before court on March 26 for the first time since his arrest. His family members say he has been severely tortured in jail and denied medical care by prison authorities.
Saudi prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for Sheikh Nimr.
Since February 2011, protesters have held demonstrations on an almost regular basis in Saudi Arabia, mainly in the Qatif region and the town of Awamiyah in Eastern Province, primarily calling for the release of all political prisoners, freedom of expression and assembly, and an end to widespread discrimination.
However, the demonstrations turned into protests against the repressive Al Saud regime, especially after November 2011, when Saudi security forces killed five protesters and injured many others in the province.
Saudi regime forces have also arrested dozens of people.
According to Human Rights Watch, the Saudi regime “routinely represses expression critical of the government.” 14 minutes ago - View -