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Archive for January 2013

January 30, 20229 months ago

China Defying Sanctions Enforced On Iran

Recently released data shows Iran’s crude oil exports to China soared to the second highest level in December 2012, despite US-led sanctions against the Islamic Republic’s energy sector.

According to a Reuters report, China imported nearly 593,390 barrels per day (bpd) of crude from Iran in December last year, up 3.6 per cent from the preceding year and up 39 per cent from November. For the full year 2012, the highest level of China’s crude imports from Iran stood at 633,000 bpd.

Industry officials in China attributed the enhancement in Iran’s crude oil exports to improvement in shipment. The problems that

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January 24, 20229 months ago

Assange calls WikiLeaks film 'anti-iran propaganda attack'

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange lashed out on Wednesday at a Hollywood film about his website, calling the movie “a massive propaganda attack”.

Speaking to students at Britain’s prestigious Oxford University by video-link from the Ecuadoran embassy in London, Assange revealed that he had acquired a copy of the script for “The Fifth Estate”, due to be released in November.

“It is a mass propaganda attack against WikiLeaks the organization, but it is not just an attack against us - it is an attack against Iran. It fans the flames to start a war with Iran.” he said.

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January 23, 20229 months ago

Iran’s Nuclear Bomb, Will there come a time to build one?

During the past few years, Iran’s effort to simply acquire a nuclear program has been used as an excuse by Western officials to question peaceful goals of Iran.  They do their best to convince the world that Iran will “soon” build a nuclear weapon.

However, the word “soon” is somehow ambiguous and cannot create the desired psychological effect that Western states desire.

Therefore, they have given various deadlines such as “up to one year,” “within the next two years,” or “in a decade” as their varied forecast on how long it could take Iran to build a bomb.

For example, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, during his address to the 67th annual session of the UN General Assembly » Read more

January 17, 20229 months ago

CIA spy arrested; Iranian intelligence service revealed the story

Iran’s intelligence service revealed the story of arresting a CIA spy.
According to the Iranian state television broadcast, a Westerner who identified as Matti Valok who had spied for the US Central Intelligence Agency.
The man, aged about 30, with long hair, is presented without nationality be stated in a report entitled “hunters trapped.”
He was arrested in 2012 after being monitored for several months by the Iranian intelligence services, according to the television station that broadcast images of the suspect on the street or in hotels, the Iranian capital.

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Attack of “The Fog”: The Dark Side of U.S. Sanctions Hover above Iran for More Than a Week

9 months ago

Often reported are the callous sanctions affecting Iranians in terms of medical conditions, devaluation of their currency, and the spike in prices of meats as well as other goods. Rarely have we seen the dark side of sanctions on the environment. The increasing pollution in Iran bolstered by U.S. led sanctions should alarm not only Iranians yet earth inhabitants on a macro scale. Pollution anywhere is pollution everywhere for what goes up must come down. Pollution has its effects on the atmosphere/ ozone layer, the biosphere and on the lithosphere. Above all, these toxins make way for harmful, long term effects on every living, breathing, and productive creature (human, plant and animal). It is time for those still in touch with nature and what it means to be human to speak against these

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