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Revealed: UK develops secret nuclear warhead

Posted by alanmirs on February 28, 2011


 

Revealed: UK develops secret nuclear warhead 

Who has Nukes?

David Cameron rebukes Liam Fox over ‘bigging up’ of Iran’s nuclear ambitions

A Cabinet rift over Iran has developed after Dr Liam Fox was accused of exaggerating the threat of Tehran developing a nuclear weapon.

David Cameron is believed to be angry that Liam Fox has overestimated Iran’s nuclear capability Photo: REX FEATURES
By James Kirkup Political Correspondent 7:00AM GMT 28 Feb 2011

David Cameron, the Prime Minister, and William Hague, the Foreign Secretary, are understood to be unhappy about the Defence Secretary’s hawkish statements on Tehran’s nuclear ambitions.

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Michael Smith

Full text of Trident report by Foreign Policy CentreBRITAIN has been secretly designing a new nuclear warhead in conjunction with the Americans, provoking a legal row over the proliferation of nuclear weapons.

The government has been pushing ahead with the programme while claiming that no decision has been made on a successor to Britain’s Trident nuclear deterrent. Work on a new weapon by scientists at the Atomic Weapons Establishment at Aldermaston in Berkshire has been under way since Tony Blair was re-elected last May, and is now said to be ahead of similar US research

Revealed: UK develops secret nuclear warhead 

Libya fallout: Why Iran, North Korea now less likely to drop nuclear ambitions

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Jewish Life in Iran

Posted by alanmirs on February 28, 2011


Jewish Life in Iran

IRAN: AN OLD FRIEND OF THE JEWS?

By: Professor Harold Gellis

The forlorn sand-colored brick structure with the green dome in Hamadan is in danger.

 After having withstood waves of hostility for five centuries, it now needs a Divine miracle. It needs a miracle similar to the Divine miracle that took place here once before – two and a half millennia ago. Here in Shushan, now modern-day Hamadan, the Jews of Persia were saved by the Almighty from certain destruction. Now, it is the tomb of Mordechai and Esther, the protagonists of the Purim story, which faces possible destruction.

Iran: An old friend of the Jews

Clearly in this tale there are two gropes to blame, Israel government and students in Hamadan Iran  

The Israel government for their attack to Islam’s heritage, culture, history, and territory which are joint tenant, with Jews, Moslems, Christians, all alike

 And the other, young students, inexperience, and bias 

For centauries through out the history the natives lived together dominated by majority rule in harmony, and they respected each others heritage, related to one another through intercourse, association,  socializing and being part of it, as one family

Israel is not a Jewish state, and not because they are or are not Jews but because they don’t belong to the environment and while it is not like the new world, they don’t understand the heritage, culture, history of the land  

They formulate wrong decisions and make problems for other governments and nations

Local governments as Iranian government list the heritage to guard it but when troubled,  announce it to be a holy Moslem Shrine to protect it

 Iran: An old friend of the Jews

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Partial or Impartial

Posted by alanmirs on February 25, 2011


Partial or Impartial 

Empires exist no more and Influence today comes from friendship

For centuries we have been friends with our neighbors

To flourish we need to commerce with our neighbors

In the past adversaries have separated us from our neighbors with history of trade and culture for many centuries

We claim to be the ancestors of Cyrus the grate

We brag about his charter

And yet we insult people for their belief, religion, and race

To protest for decades of more of Pahlavi or Ghajar dynasties or another team of hungry position and wealth seekers, and or clan lovers to rule us is madness

A “Bermuda Triangle”       By Reza Pahlavi

We have constitution we should read it, adjust it to our needs, and rule ourselves

Does it take time?

Look at the history of dynasties and see haw long that has taken us to be independent? The blunder is that disillusioned protesters attack the prospers portion of the regime as fault and not the illegal ones voicing American and Israel’s fancy

We get misleadingly coached by motivated individuals like Curveball (Rafid Ahmed Alwan al-Janabi)

In his case he did well fore every one including him

Today Iran’s foreign policy has proven fruitful

We stand independent, strong, and fair

Among many problems one is the social justice and justice needs impartial independent administration

The establishments of Iran’s judiciary system is biased and corrupt

Stand up to change it by the law

The rule of law is a legal maxim that states no person is immune to law, and no one can be punished by the government except for a breach of the law

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پشت پرده
برای دسترسی به حقایق پشت پرده میبایست ظاهر برون پرده را نگریست
رسانه ها ضمن تشویق و ترغیب ملت ایران به شورش در درون کشور،به طور علنی قدرت ایران را در منطقه موجب نگرانی غرب میدانند، چرا؟
اگر ایران قدرتمند و با نفوذ در منطقه ای شده که روزی امپراتوری حق و عدالت بوده چرا ملت باید شورش کنند؟
که آیا یک و نیم میلیارد انسان ثروتمند سزاوار داشتن زندگی بهتر را ندارند؟
که آیا فرهنگ اسلامی، مسیحی و یهودی با فشار رژیم کمونیستی نابود شد؟
آیا این معقول است نفاق اندازند و حکومت کنند؟
البته ما محتاج تغییر هستیم و بایستی اقدام و مبارزه کنیم
اما نه برای تغییر اعتقادات مردم منطقه که هدفی نشدنی و غیر منطقی است
ما میبایست سیاستمدار هایی را عوض کنیم که مخالف حکومت قانون هستند آنهم با توسل به قانون
میلیونها دلار صرف اغفال جوانان ما میشود که گروه کوچکی لذت آنرا میبرند

هیچ حکومتی دمکراتیک نیست مگرحکومت قانون  

اتحاد برای به مقام رسانیدن تعداد دیگری از قانون شکنان سود جو و قدرت طلب و قبیله پرست دام دیگری است 

افراد و رژیم ها بار ها قول حکومت قانون را  به ملت ایران داده اند و شکسته اند

ما ملت ایران حکومت قانون را طلب میکنیم  
افراد جامعه و دولت باید از قانون اطاعت نموده در مقابل آن تسلیم شوند و اقدام خود سرانه یک فرد و یا یک گروه مردود است
بدین معنی که حاکمیت قانون روندی است جهت تلاش برای حمایت حقوق شهروندان از استفاده خودسرانه و سوء استفاده از قدرت دولت
حاکمیت قانون اصل حقوقی است که بیان میکند هیچ فردی در مقابل قانون مصونیت نداشته و هیچ کس توسط دولت مجازات نمیشود مگر از قانون تخطی نموده باشد

July 13

Alan Mirs

  • Farsi is and has been poetry language in many countries in the vast area called great Persia and became second language for many nations to communicate in 15th and 16th century used by Portuguese from parts of China to Persian Gulf and also in northwestern China to Caspian Sea area many Turks Kurdish Arabs even Urdu as Sir Muhammad Iqbal have poetry written in Persian language which is not
    Spoken in many parts of Iran and used as second language until it became compulsory to learn at school
    The official language of Ottoman Empire was Persian spoken in Turkey Syria, and many other parts of the ME
    Baghdad which incidentally is a Persian word was the capital of Persian Empire
    The ruins of Madaen in the capital of Persian empire Tisfoon is next to Bagdad which incidentally is a Persian word
    The Muslim conquest of Persia led to the end of the Sassanid Empire in 644, the fall of Sassanid dynasty in 651 and the eventual decline of the Zoroastrian religion in Persia. Arabs first entered Sassanid territory in 633, when General Khalid ibn Walid invaded what is now Iraq
    Egyptian is the oldest known indigenous language ofEgypt and a branch of the Afroasiatic language family. Written records of the Egyptian language have been dated from about 3400 BC,[1]making it one of the oldest recorded languages known. Egyptian was spoken until the late 17th century AD in the form of Coptic. The national language of modern-dayEgypt is Egyptian Arabic, which gradually replaced Coptic as the language of daily life in the centuries after the Muslim conquest ofEgypt. Coptic is still used as the liturgical language of the Coptic Church. It has a handful of fluent speakers today.



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As Arab world shakes, Iran’s influence grows

Posted by alanmirs on February 24, 2011


As Arab world shakes, Iran’s influence grows

By Michael Slackman

New York Times

Posted: 02/23/2011 05:50:01 PM PST

Updated: 02/23/2011 09:47:35 PM PST

 

MANAMA, Bahrain — The popular revolts shaking the Arab world have begun to shift the balance of power in the region, bolstering Iran’s position while weakening and unnerving its rival, Saudi Arabia, regional experts said.

While it is far too soon to write the final chapter on the uprisings’ impact, Iran already has benefited from the ouster or undermining of Arab leaders who were its strong adversaries and has begun to project its growing influence, the analysts said. This week Iran sent two warships through the Suez Canal for the first time since its revolution in 1979, and Egypt’s new military leaders allowed them to pass

As Arab world shakes, Iran’s influence grows 

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Don’t you dare sensible?

Posted by alanmirs on February 23, 2011


Don’t you dare sensible?

Why?

You put ideas inside the others mind

But this is the whole process of learning!

One can learn propriety from churl

(Aamookhtan adab as be adab aan)

This is what was thought to us from the day one

It is our culture

Many poets have poetry and poetic verses in this subject

We are not ignorant if we haven’t read the books you have mastered

There are other sources of knowledge to teach us

Open up

Let us talk

Learn what we know and have to say

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Iran on new voyage of discovery

Posted by alanmirs on February 23, 2011


Middle East

     Feb 24, 2011
 

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Iran on new voyage of discovery
By Kaveh L Afrasiabi“The Americans try hard to not be the target of these huge popular uprisings, but will fail because people have realized that the policies of Americans and their cronies are the causes of humiliation and division among nations. As a result, the key to resolving people’s problems rests on ending America’s arrangement in the region.”
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei

Iran on new voyage of discovery

 

 

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Bahrain—Electing A New People…And Shooting The Old One

Posted by alanmirs on February 22, 2011


Steve Sailer

February 20, 2011

Bahrain—Electing A New People…And Shooting The Old One
By Steve Sailer

The unprovoked killing by government forces of five Shi’ite protestors in the Persian Gulf statelet of Bahrain, headquarters for the U.S. Fifth Fleet, turns out upon examination to be deeply intertwined with Bahrain’s troubles with diversity and immigration.

And they turn out to be uncomfortably not completely dissimilar to ours.

Bahrain- Electing A New People And Shooting The Old One 

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How did Saudi Jihad get blamed on Iran and Iraq?

Posted by alanmirs on February 20, 2011


 

Poetic PoliticsHow did Saudi Jihad get blamed on Iran and Iraq?

 

http://www.newstime.co.za/column/LyndallBeddy/How_did_Saudi_Jihad_get_blamed_on_Iran_and_Iraq/11/3065/

 

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Iranian Warships Granted Permission to Pass Through Suez Canal

Posted by alanmirs on February 19, 2011


Iranian Warships Granted Permission to Pass Through Suez Canal

Posted February 18th, 2011 at 7:00pm in American Leadership with 0 commentsPrint This Post Print This Post

Iran is sending two warships through Egypt’s Suez Canal for the first time since Iran’s 1979 revolution. The two ships, a frigate and a military supply ship, are reportedly bound for Syria. The new Egyptian government gave its official permission for the passage despite the fact that Iran and Egypt have had tense relations for many years

http://blog.heritage.org/2011/02/18/iranian-warships-granted-permission-to-pass-through-suez-canal/#comment-275127

 

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Iranians rally to mark 1979 revolution, Egyptian uprising

Posted by alanmirs on February 12, 2011


Iranians rally to mark 1979 revolution, Egyptian uprising

Thousands march in several cities as officials celebrate the uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia, casting them as part of a wave of anti-U.S. upheaval in the region.

President Mahmoud AhmadinejadPresident Mahmoud Ahmadinejad joins a rally in Tehran celebrating the 32nd anniversary of the Islamic Revolution that ousted the U.S.-allied shah. In a speech, Ahmadinejad said that a new Islamic Middle East was being created without American or Israeli interference. (Rahed Homavandi, Reuters / February 11, 2011)

The end for deception American way

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