Wednesday, February 15, 2012

The zionist menace towards Iran

Notice how nobody had any sympathy over Iranians killed by zionist
bombings, yet the zionists brainwash people into feeling sorry for them
whenever they get hit, especially when Iranians put these zionist pigs
in their place after all the harm zionists have done, see Palestine for
an excellent justification. In addition, notice how the zionists openly
back the mko, an open terror group, and the World says nothing. Also
check the video in the link below
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0b263k6jArs&list=FLb1yNPchqrb5mR3WdKgH3gQ&index=5&feature=plpp_video
Iranians from all walks of life, be they Soltani talab, mollah talab,
etc. realize thet the jewish community at large has stabbed us in the
back since the days of banukah esther. Nor should we forget we have
whackos like dershowitz openly calling for war with Iran in the same way
julius streicher called for extermination of jews.
Peter Khan Zendran


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2012-02-13 - 16:12




Analyst: US, Europe Seeking to Destabilize Region by Supporting MKO

TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior Pakistani analyst blasted the US and European
states' support for the terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO),
and stressed that the western states are seeking to destabilize the
region by supporting the terrorist group.

In an interview with Habilian website, the official website of Iran's
Habilian Association - a human rights group formed by the families of
17,000 terror victims in Iran - Seyed Feiz Hussein Naqshbandi described
US and European supports for the MKO as "political and immoral."

He added the US seeks to create insecurity in the countries opposed to
the colonial policies of America by such measures.

Naqshbandi said that the supports of the United States and some European
countries for terrorists are aimed at "creating turmoil and turbulence
in the Middle East."

He further explained that "unity and alliance of the countries in the
region can neutralize the American efforts" to destroy the unity of the
neighboring countries.

Earlier reports said that the ringleaders of the terrorist Mojahedin-e
Khalq Organization who were under the Iraqi government's pressures to
leave the country have transferred a number of the group's members to
the European countries.

According to the report, the 200 members of the terrorist MKO who had
disappeared from the notorious Camp Ashraf in Iraq in past months have
been reappearing in European countries.

The MKO has been in Iraq's Diyala province since the 1980s.

The MKO, whose main stronghold is in Iraq, is blacklisted by much of the
international community, including the United States.

The MKO is behind a slew of assassinations and bombings inside Iran, a
number of EU parliamentarians said in a recent letter in which they
slammed a British court decision to remove the MKO from the British
terror list. The EU officials also added that the group has no public
support within Iran because of their role in helping Saddam Hussein in
the Iraqi imposed war on Iran (1980-1988).

The group started assassination of the citizens and officials after the
revolution in a bid to take control of the newly established Islamic
Republic. It killed several of Iran's new leaders in the early years
after the revolution, including the then President, Mohammad Ali
Rajayee, Prime Minister, Mohammad Javad Bahonar and the Judiciary Chief,
Mohammad Hossein Beheshti who were killed in bomb attacks by MKO members
in 1981.

The group fled to Iraq in 1986, where it was protected by Saddam Hussein
and where it helped the Iraqi dictator suppress Shiite and Kurd
uprisings in the country.

The terrorist group joined Saddam's army during the Iraqi imposed war on
Iran (1980-1988) and helped Saddam and killed thousands of Iranian
civilians and soldiers during the US-backed Iraqi imposed war on Iran.

Since the 2003 US invasion of Iraq, the group, which now adheres to a
pro-free-market philosophy, has been strongly backed by
neo-conservatives in the United States, who also argue for the MKO to be
taken off the US terror list.



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Israel blames Iran after attacks on embassy staff
ReutersBy Dan Williams | Reuters – Mon, Feb 13, 2012

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JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel accused arch-enemies Iran and its Lebanese
ally Hezbollah of being behind twin bomb attacks that targeted Israeli
embassy staff in India and Georgia on Monday, wounding four people.

Tehran denied involvement in the attacks, which amplified tensions
between two countries already at loggerheads over Iran's nuclear
program, and accused Israel of carrying out the attacks itself.
Hezbollah made no comment.

In the Indian capital New Delhi, a bomb wrecked a car taking an Israeli
embassy official to pick up her children from school, police said. The
woman needed surgery to remove shrapnel but her life was not in danger.

Her driver and two passers-by suffered lesser injuries.

Israeli officials said an attempt to bomb an embassy car in the Georgian
capital Tbilisi failed, and the device was defused.

Israel had put its foreign missions on high alert ahead of the fourth
anniversary this past Sunday of the assassination in Syria of the
military mastermind of Hezbollah, Imad Moughniyeh - an attack widely
assumed to be the work of Israeli agents.

Israel is believed to be locked in a wider covert war with Iran, whose
nuclear program has been beset by apparent sabotage, including the
unclaimed killings of several Iranian nuclear scientists, most recently
in January.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu blamed both Iran and Hezbollah,
accusing them of responsibility for a string of recent attempted attacks
on Israeli interests in countries as far apart as Thailand and
Azerbaijan.

"Iran and its proxy Hezbollah are behind each of these attacks," said
Netanyahu, who dismisses Iran denials that it is trying to develop a
nuclear weapon. "We will continue to take strong and systematic, yet
patient, action against the international terrorism that originates in
Iran."

Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast rejected
Netanyahu's accusation, saying it was Israel that had carried out the
attacks as part of its psychological warfare against Iran.

"It seems that these suspicious incidents are designed by the Zionist
regime and carried out with the aim of harming Iran's reputation," the
official news agency IRNA quoted Mehmanparast as saying.

Israeli officials have long made veiled threats to retaliate against
Lebanon for any Hezbollah attack on their interests abroad, arguing that
as the Islamist group sits in government in Beirut, its actions reflect
national policy.

White House spokesman Jay Carney told reporters in Washington that the
United States had no information yet on who was responsible, adding:
"These incidents underscore our ongoing concerns of the targeting of
Israeli interests overseas."

MOTORCYCLE ATTACK

The New Delhi blast took place some 500 meters (yards) from the official
residence of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

B.K. Gupta, the New Delhi police commissioner, said a witness had seen a
motorcyclist stick a device to the back of the car, which had diplomatic
registration plates.

"The eyewitness ... says it (was) some kind of magnetic device. As soon
as the motorcycle moved away a good distance from the car, the car blew
up and it caught fire," said Gupta.

The Iranian scientist killed in Tehran last month died in a similar such
attack by a motorcyclist who attached a device to his car. No one has
claimed responsibility for that, although Iran was quick to accuse
agents of Israel and its U.S. ally.

Israel named the injured woman as Talya Yehoshua Koren, who worked at
the embassy and was married to the defense attache.

"She was able to drag herself from the car and is now at the American
hospital, where two Israeli doctors are treating her," an Israeli
Defense Ministry spokesman said.

Thailand said last month its police had arrested a Lebanese man linked
to Hezbollah, and that he later led them to a warehouse stocked with
bomb-making materials. Also last month, authorities in Azerbaijan
arrested two people suspected of plotting to attack Israel's ambassador
and a local rabbi.

In a speech on January 24, Israel's military chief of staff,
Lieutenant-General Benny Gantz, accused Hezbollah of trying to carry out
proxy attacks while avoiding direct confrontation.

"During this period of time, when our enemies in the north avoid
carrying out attacks, fearing a harsh response, we are witnesses to the
ongoing attempts by Hezbollah and other hostile entities to execute
vicious terror attacks at locations far away from the state of Israel,"
Gantz said.

"I suggest that no one test our resolve."

Israel and Hezbollah fought an inconclusive and costly war across the
Lebanese border in 2006.

(Additional reporting by Krittivas Mukherjee, Annie Banerji and Arup Roy
Choudhury in New Delhi, Zahra Hosseinian in Tehran, Ori Lewis in
Jerusalem; Editing by Crispian Balmer, Mark Heinrich, Alastair Macdonald
and Kevin Liffey)



Two Iranians arrested over Bangkok bomb blasts

Last Updated: 9:36 AM, February 14, 2012

Posted: 7:07 AM, February 14, 2012

BANGKOK -- Two Iranians were arrested following three bomb blasts that
injured at least four people and the suspected bomber in Bangkok on
Tuesday, it was reported.

The first explosion took place at a house rented by three Iranian men in
the Klongton district, south of the city's center, at about 2:00 p.m.
local time, police deputy commissioner Pisit Pisutsak said.

Two of the men fled the scene, and a third man, who was injured, then
tried to take a taxi, Pisit said.

The taxi driver refused to pick up the man, so he threw a bomb, which
rolled underneath the vehicle and exploded, according to The Nation.

The man later attempted to throw a bomb at police outside the nearby
Kasem Pitthaya School, but it slipped out of his hands and blew up.

The man lost both of his legs in the blast and was taken to the
Chulalongkorn Hospital, the newspaper said.

The suspected bomber, identified by police as Saerb Morabi, was
arrested.

Police arrested a second Iranian man, identified as Mohammad Hazaei, 42,
while he was waiting for a flight to Kuala Lumpur, The Nation reported.
The third suspect remained at large.

Police identified the four people who were injured in the blast as
Sinchai Boonsoongnern, Sangwal Horprasartthong, Juthatip Sajjadamrong
and Apichart Khamlue.

They said Sinchai was the taxi driver but did not release any further
details about the others.

Police later used a high-pressure water cannon to defuse another device
found inside the suspects' house, according to AFP.

Thai prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra urged the public "not to panic"
following the attacks.

"Let the police and intelligence agencies do their work, and the public
must not panic because the perpetrator was detained," she told
reporters.

The Israeli embassy is within four blocks of the explosions, and a
Jewish community center is also nearby, according to Sky News.

The attacks come a day after an Israeli diplomat's wife and three Indian
nationals were injured in a car bomb in New Delhi. The attack, along
with a separate car bomb plot against Israeli embassy staff in Georgia,
put Jewish diplomats around the world on high alert.

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused Iran of being behind
the attacks, although Tehran immediately branded the accusation as
"sheer lies."

Last month, Thai police charged a Lebanese man, with alleged links to
terror group Hizbollah, of planning an attack in Bangkok. The US had
earlier issued a warning that foreign terrorists might be plotting
attacks in Bangkok.

REUTERS Cleaners sweep the road as police and forensic experts
investigate the site where a man blew himself up in Bangkok.

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Dershowitz: Strike on Iran legally justified

Senior jurist Alan Dershowitz says Israeli strike against Iran is
'proactive self defense'
Itamar Eichner

Jurist Alan Dershowitz, who is considered one of the world's foremost
Legal experts, believes that an Israeli strike against Iran's nuclear
facilities is legally justified, Yedioth Ahronoth reported Monday.



Speaking before a Miami conference, Dershowitz said that Iran has taken
enough actions to justify an attack, and that military strike by Israel
is "proactive self defense."



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Dershowitz, who was joined on stage by Deputy Foreign Minister Daniel
Ayalon, also advised Israel "not to rely on her friends," adding that
Jerusalem must prepare a sound legal defense prior to any move against
the Islamic Republic.


The Harvard Law profession is known as an aid supporter of Israel and
has often claimed that the IDF wages the most ethical war on terror.

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