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here you can see the guy is suppose to drive that thing and fire the weapon at the same time! dont know how!
you can sea the welding is crap you can make such welding in your garage

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Great....the solider going to drive and fire at the sometime.:xD:


Any idea on the 18 border guards have been captured by Jaish Al-Adle?
 

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Great....the solider going to drive and fire at the sometime.:xD:


Any idea on the 18 border guards have been captured by Jaish Al-Adle?
il google it now. hope they post a video
they need an operation inside tehran. it would be better if jaish al-adl and ahwaz liberation movement officially work together and make a statement. that will freak the iranian government out.
 

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il google it now. hope they post a video
they need an operation inside tehran. it would be better if jaish al-adl and ahwaz liberation movement officially work together and make a statement. that will freak the iranian government out.
Its hard to deliver arms to the Ahwaz region. The Baluchis are armed because they border Pakistan.
 

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IRAN: Executions in a week reaches 81

NCRI - Coincident with mass executions in the prisons of Ghezel-Hessar, Karaj and other cities, the anti-human regime of mullahs sent 16 other prisoners to the gallows in Mashhad and Birjand (northeastern Iran). Twelve of them were hanged collectively in Vakilabad prison of Mashhad on April 16, and the other four were executed in Birjand prison the following day. Thus, the number of executions from 12 to 18 April reached 81, meaning 12 executions per day.


The unprecedented increase in the wave of executions after the Lausanne nuke framework is a clear indication of the mullahs’ desperate need of creating an atmosphere of fear in the society to confront the explosive situation.



Iranian Resistance calls on Iranian brave youths to express their solidarity with the families of the executed and prisoners, and to protest against this criminal move in the country. It also underscores the need for ousting this bloodthirsty and fascist regime from the world community.



Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran

April 20, 2015

http://ncr-iran.org/en/ncri-statements/human-rights/18226-iran-executions-in-a-week-reaches-81

 

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The Iranian regime is going nuts executing people right and left. They execute people for being enemy of God < I don't know what the hell that means. They execute Sunni scholars for spreading ''Wahhabism''< a reason to execute them although there is nothing called Wahhabism. Hand amputation, stoning and so on.
 

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Iran 'godfather' of IS jihadists: opposition leader


The leader of an exiled Iranian opposition group addressed US lawmakers for the first time Wednesday and warned of the links between Shiite Iran and the Sunni Muslim Islamic State (IS) militants.

"It was the mullahs' regime who helped the creation of ISIS... and the killing of Sunnis in Iraq helped the emergence of ISIS," Maryam Rajavi told House lawmakers, using another acronym for the IS jihadist group that has captured a swathe of territory in Iraq and Syria.

Rajavi is the president-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, a political umbrella coalition of five Iranian opposition groups that includes the once blacklisted People's Mujahedin of Iran (MEK).

The Paris-based group has proved controversial in the past due to its links with the MEK, formed in the 1960s to overthrow the then shah of Iran.

Once the shah went into exile, the MEK fought the emergence of the Islamic leaders in Tehran, earning itself a listing as a "terrorist organization" by the State Department in 1997. It was only removed from a US terror blacklist in 2012.

Although Iran has been helping Iraqi leaders to fight the Sunni IS militants by arming and advising Shiite militias, Rajavi insisted that Iranians called Iran's religious leaders "the godfather" of IS.

"It was the Iranian regime ... that created terrorism as a major threat for stability," Rajavi said, appearing at the House foreign affairs committee via a live satellite link from her Paris offices.

"Terrorism and fundamentalism under the name of Islam came to the world as seen by the mullahs' regime in Iran, and when this regime is overthrown, that will be limited or destroyed."

And she alleged that "despite all their differences, ISIS is very close to the fundamentalists ruling in Iran" and even on "occasions they have cooperated."

"The mullahs' regime is not part of any solution as we attempt to deal with Islamic fundamentalism. It is indeed the heart of the problem," she added, insisting the "ultimate solution" was regime change in Iran.

Iran &#39;godfather&#39; of IS jihadists: opposition leader - Yahoo Maktoob News


 

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Iranian Demonstrations Heat Up In Kurdish Cities, Met With Military Violence


ISTANBUL -- Farinaz Khosrawani, an employee of the Tara Hotel in Mahabad, a mostly Kurdish city in northwestern Iran, leaped to her death from the fourth floor of the hotel building Monday, according to BasNews in Iraqi Kurdistan. Eyewitnesses and local media said Khosrawani jumped to avoid being sexually assaulted by a military officer. (The assault has not been confirmed by International Business Times.)

Khosrawani's death sparked demonstrations and violent clashes with security officers in Mahabad.

Although the local government declared a state of emergency and Iran's security forces and its Revolutionary Guards deployed units to Mahabad to control the situation Thursday, residents have continued to demonstrate. Saturday marked the third day protesters have taken to the streets to call for justice and the prosecution of the military officer. One media outlet reported at least 25 people had been wounded since Thursday.

Activists posted photographs on Twitter of the burning of the hotel by demonstrators and the violent crackdown in Mahabad:


One media outlet reported security officers had fired rubber bullets and tear gas at protesters.

Maryam Rajavi, the president-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, who is living in exile in Paris, said in a statement she supported the demonstrations. The NCRI is a constituent of an umbrella opposition group that includes five political organizations.

The Mahabad protests inspired Kurds living in Iraq, Syria and Turkey to demonstrate themselves. Kurds across the three countries marched in their respective cities, holding signs with the phrase "JusticeForFarinaz":


While locals were protesting in Mahabad, thousands of academics and teachers gathered in Iranian capital Tehran this week to call for better wages and the release of Rasoul Bodaghi, a teacher who has been imprisoned for five years on charges of propaganda and collusion, multiple media outlets reported.

At least 6,000 people were at the demonstrations in Tehran. Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said the teachers' protests were "conspiracies of the enemies and vengeful people against the Islamic regime," media outlets reported.

Despite the violence in Mahabad, the Iranian government has not issued a public statement on the situation, but religious hardliners in the country have denounced the protests. The radio silence in Tehran appears indicative of a larger struggle taking place between President Hassan Rouhani and the religious leaders in the nation.

Leading human-rights advocates say there has been a clear increase in the number of activists arrested, detained and tortured because of their demonstrating and activity on social media sites, particularly Facebook, since Rouhani took office in August 2013. The arrests and violence in the streets came as Iran's hardliners have struggled to keep tabs on a growing population that wants greater freedom of speech, a right Rouhani promised he would fight to achieve when he was elected.

Human-rights organizations such as Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch have called on the Iranian government to scale back its violence against protesters and its detention of innocent civilians. In April, Human Rights Watch released a report accusing Iran of detaining Ahwazi Arabs, including several children in Khuzestan province in the southwestern part of the country.

The U.S. has not commented on the current violence in Iran or its government's treatment of demonstrators.

Iran and the P5+1 group of world powers, including the U.S., have long been in negotiations over an agreement on the Islamic Republic's nuclear program. Last month, the parties announced a deal framework, one that would require Iran to reduce its stockpile of low-enriched uranium and significantly scale back the number of installed centrifuges. In exchange, the U.S. and European Union would lift sanctions that have crippled the country's economy.

The framework indicates sanctions associated with Iran's ballistic missiles, support of terrorism and violations of human rights will remain in place. To date, however, the sanctions related to human rights have done little to stop the mass arrests and abuses of protesters, according to human-rights organizations.

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In exclusive interview, Obama says Iran is a ‘state sponsor of terror’


In an exclusive interview, the president admitted that GCC countries are right to be concerned about Iran. (File photo: Reuters)

By Staff writer | Al Arabiya News
Wednesday, 13 May 2015

Gulf countries are right to be concerned about Iran as a “state sponsor of terrorism,” U.S. President Barack Obama said on Wednesday, talking exclusively to Asharq al-Awsat, which marks his first ever interview with an Arab newspaper.

“Iran clearly engages in dangerous and destabilizing behavior in different countries across the region. Iran is a state sponsor of terrorism. It helps prop up the Assad regime in Syria. It supports Hezbollah in Lebanon and Hamas in the Gaza Strip. It aids the Houthi rebels in Yemen. So countries in the region are right to be deeply concerned about Iran’s activities, especially its support for violent proxies inside the borders of other nations,” Obama told the newspaper.

The president was speaking ahead of the Camp David on Thursday, in which he will host GCC leaders.

“The countries in the region are right to be deeply concerned about Iran’s activities, especially its support for violent proxies inside the borders of other nations”

Obama said the main priorities for the Camp David summit is to “further strengthen our close partnerships, including our security cooperation, and to discuss how we can meet common challenges together. That includes working to resolve the conflicts across the Middle East that have taken so many innocent lives and caused so much suffering for the people of the region.”

He told the newspaper: “There should be no doubt about the commitment of the United States to the security of the region and to our GCC partners.”

Obama is expected to brief the Gulf delegates on the framework Iranian nuclear agreement.

“When it comes to Iran’s future, I cannot predict Iran’s internal dynamics. Within Iran, there are leaders and groups that for decades have defined themselves in opposition to both the United States and our regional partners.

“I’m not counting on any nuclear deal to change that. That said, it’s also possible that if we can successfully address the nuclear question and Iran begins to receive relief from some nuclear sanctions, it could lead to more investments in the Iranian economy and more opportunity for the Iranian people, which could strengthen the hands of more moderate leaders in Iran. More Iranians could see that constructive engagement—not confrontation—with the international community is the better path,” the president said.

Two-state solution
Also in the interview, Obama said has not given up hope for a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestinian conflict but said tensions in the region and "serious questions about overall commitment" have made progress difficult.

"It's no secret that we now have a very difficult path forward. As a result, the United States is taking a hard look at our approach to the conflict," Obama said.

"We look to the new Israeli government and the Palestinians to demonstrate - through policies and actions - a genuine commitment to a two-state solution," he added.

Last Update: Wednesday, 13 May 2015 KSA 09:29 - GMT 06:29
http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News/middle-east/2015/05/13/Obama-says-Iran-is-a-state-sponsor-of-terrorism-.html
 

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In exclusive interview, Obama says Iran is a ‘state sponsor of terror’


In an exclusive interview, the president admitted that GCC countries are right to be concerned about Iran. (File photo: Reuters)

By Staff writer | Al Arabiya News
Wednesday, 13 May 2015

Gulf countries are right to be concerned about Iran as a “state sponsor of terrorism,” U.S. President Barack Obama said on Wednesday, talking exclusively to Asharq al-Awsat, which marks his first ever interview with an Arab newspaper.

“Iran clearly engages in dangerous and destabilizing behavior in different countries across the region. Iran is a state sponsor of terrorism. It helps prop up the Assad regime in Syria. It supports Hezbollah in Lebanon and Hamas in the Gaza Strip. It aids the Houthi rebels in Yemen. So countries in the region are right to be deeply concerned about Iran’s activities, especially its support for violent proxies inside the borders of other nations,” Obama told the newspaper.

The president was speaking ahead of the Camp David on Thursday, in which he will host GCC leaders.

“The countries in the region are right to be deeply concerned about Iran’s activities, especially its support for violent proxies inside the borders of other nations”

Obama said the main priorities for the Camp David summit is to “further strengthen our close partnerships, including our security cooperation, and to discuss how we can meet common challenges together. That includes working to resolve the conflicts across the Middle East that have taken so many innocent lives and caused so much suffering for the people of the region.”

He told the newspaper: “There should be no doubt about the commitment of the United States to the security of the region and to our GCC partners.”

Obama is expected to brief the Gulf delegates on the framework Iranian nuclear agreement.

“When it comes to Iran’s future, I cannot predict Iran’s internal dynamics. Within Iran, there are leaders and groups that for decades have defined themselves in opposition to both the United States and our regional partners.

“I’m not counting on any nuclear deal to change that. That said, it’s also possible that if we can successfully address the nuclear question and Iran begins to receive relief from some nuclear sanctions, it could lead to more investments in the Iranian economy and more opportunity for the Iranian people, which could strengthen the hands of more moderate leaders in Iran. More Iranians could see that constructive engagement—not confrontation—with the international community is the better path,” the president said.

Two-state solution
Also in the interview, Obama said has not given up hope for a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestinian conflict but said tensions in the region and "serious questions about overall commitment" have made progress difficult.

"It's no secret that we now have a very difficult path forward. As a result, the United States is taking a hard look at our approach to the conflict," Obama said.

"We look to the new Israeli government and the Palestinians to demonstrate - through policies and actions - a genuine commitment to a two-state solution," he added.

Last Update: Wednesday, 13 May 2015 KSA 09:29 - GMT 06:29
http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News/middle-east/2015/05/13/Obama-says-Iran-is-a-state-sponsor-of-terrorism-.html
Lol. He was informed or what? Wake up Obama.dÒ¿Ób
 

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“I’m not counting on any nuclear deal to change that. That said, it’s also possible that if we can successfully address the nuclear question and Iran begins to receive relief from some nuclear sanctions, it could lead to more investments in the Iranian economy and more opportunity for the Iranian people, which could strengthen the hands of more moderate leaders in Iran. More Iranians could see that constructive engagement—not confrontation—with the international community is the better path,” the president said.
that dumb idiot!! iran with sanctions now is interfering in 6 arab countries. 4 of them armed interference! so what does that fool expect iran will do with a stronger economy. the truth of the matter that US government and iran are allies sense 2001.
we wont be fool by his words.
while bush and iran were fighting each other in the media they were planning the invasion of Afghanistan and iraq together.
then US handled over those countries to iranian puppets.
 

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