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  • Iran prepares to hold missile drill

    05/24/2015 5:05:03 PM PDT · by piasa · 5 replies
    Azer News ^ | 12 May 2015, 15:58 (GMT+05:00)
    Iranian army's ground force will hold a military drill to test its missile power capacities, Commander of the Army's Ground Force Brigadier General Ahmad Reza Pourdastan said. The military exercise dubbed "Beit ol-Moqaddas 27" will take place in Iran's central province of Esfahan on May 23-24, Pourdastan said, IRNA news agency reported. “Rocket and missile capabilities of the army's ground force are improved, the commander said, adding the capabilities will be evaluated in the two-day exercise. Tehran held a similar drill last May and tested a series of its newest domestically-made missiles. Iranian media outlets report that Iran has made...
  • Unconfirmed: Huge explosion kills hundreds in central Tehran

    05/24/2015 1:56:32 PM PDT · by Dave346 · 96 replies
    DEBKAfile ^ | 4:09 PM (EDT)
    According to first unconfirmed reports, central Tehran was hit Sunday night with massive blasts leaving many hundreds of people dead. Witnesses report heavy Revolutionary Guards and Basij forces speeding to the area. Thee are also reports of explosions in the southern Iranian town of Isfahan - also unconfirmed.
  • Explosion Near Iran’s Isfahan Nuclear Plant Reported

    01/02/2013 1:46:06 PM PST · by Red Badger · 34 replies ^ | 02-Jan 13 | Staff
    Guardian – Conflicting reports have emerged from Iran over an explosion heard in the central city of Isfahan, close to the country’s sensitive nuclear facilities. Iran’s semi-official Isna news agency quoted a judiciary official in Isfahan, saying that an explosion had been heard. “We heard a sound similar to that of an explosion but we have received no reports about its causes and the consequences so far,” said Gholamreza Ansari, in quotes carried by Isna. He said the explosion did not appear to be of any significance.
  • Iran to Citizens: Flee Isfahan

    01/02/2013 12:46:36 PM PST · by bayouranger · 55 replies ^ | 02JAN12 | Adam Kredo
    Iranian officials tell citizens to vacate city located near nuke site Iranian officials have instructed residents of Isfahan to leave the city, renewing concerns that a nearby nuclear site could be leaking radioactive material. An edict issued Wednesday by Iranian authorities orders Isfahan’s one-and-a-half million people to leave the city “because pollution has now reached emergency levels,” the BBC reported. However, outside observers suspect that the evacuation order may corroborate previous reports indicating that a uranium enrichment facility near Isfahan had been leaking radioactive material. Tehran went to great lengths in December to deny these reports, telling state-run media outlets...
  • US Attack On Iran Could Cause Tens-Of-Thousands Of Civilian Casualties

    10/05/2012 1:15:36 PM PDT · by drewh · 29 replies
    Business Insider ^ | ober | Robert Johnson
    The Ayatollah’s Nuclear Gamble written by Khosrow B. Semnani, and published by the Hinckley Institute of Politics, University of Utah has concluded a strike would include four sites and irradiate up to 100,000 Iranian citizens and soldiers. The four locations include: Isfahan: The Nuclear Technology/Research Center in Esfahan (ENTC) is supposed to be the main location of the Iranian nuclear weapons program. Semnani predicts 1,000 workers here will be killed, and up to 70,000 casualties in the surrounding areas from toxic plumes: 71,000 Natanz: One-hundred miles north of Isfhahan, this location has been in use for about 12 years and...
  • Strikes continue in Isfahan, Shiraz (Iran)

    07/11/2012 4:42:56 AM PDT · by nuconvert · 2 replies
    Radio Zamaneh ^ | July 9, 2012
    Seven hundred workers at the Sepahan Cement factory in Isfahan have entered their third day of strike to protest their unfavourable legal and working conditions. ILNA reports that since the workers’ efforts to satisfy their demands through the Ministry of Labour have yielded no results, 700 workers have stopped work in the past three days and have been gathering for protests on factory grounds. The report indicates that the cement plant has 1,100 contract and permanent workers who produce 13,000 tons of cement each month. The workers have hired a lawyer to pursue their demands for better conditions, pay and...
  • Satellite Images Suggest Something Happened at Iranian Nuclear Facility -- But

    12/10/2011 3:52:32 AM PST · by nuconvert · 59 replies
    Fox ^ | December 09, 2011 | Amy Kellogg
    The first clear pictures of Iran’s nuclear site near Isfahan have been published and analyzed following an explosion at or near the site on Nov. 28, and they provide another piece of the puzzle. But what happened there remains a mystery. -excerpt- ISIS analysts who looked at the images from Isfahan said there had been a dramatic change in the landscape around a tunnel leading down to a storage facility on the periphery of the uranium conversion site. Several structures above that storage facility, which had been there for 15 years and stood intact as recently as August, are gone....
  • Report: Blast at Isfahan damaged nuclear facility

    11/30/2011 4:25:27 AM PST · by jhpigott · 42 replies
    The Times reported on Wednesday that the mysterious explosion that rocked the city of Isfahan two days ago struck the uranium conversion facility located just outside Iran's third-largest city. According to the British newspaper, satellite images clearly show billowing smoke and destruction, despite Iran's claim that no such blast had taken place. The Times quoted Israeli intelligence officials as saying there was "no doubt" that the blast struck the nuclear facilities at Isfahan and that it was "no accident."
  • A second Iranian nuclear facility has exploded, as diplomatic tensions rise

    11/30/2011 5:10:33 PM PST · by Nachum · 92 replies
    The Australian ^ | 11/30/11 | Sheera Frenkel
    AN IRANIAN nuclear facility has been hit by a huge explosion, the second such blast in a month, prompting speculation that Tehran's military and atomic sites are under attack. Satellite imagery seen by The Times confirmed that a blast that rocked the city of Isfahan on Monday struck the uranium enrichment facility there, despite denials by Tehran.
  • Iran’s uranium city explodes

    11/29/2011 5:30:07 PM PST · by Mustang Driver · 30 replies · 1+ views
    Charleston (WV) Daily Mail ^ | November 29, 2011 | Don Surber
    Seems an explosion rocked Iranian city Isfahan that houses that nation’s uranium conversion facility on Monday. Hmm. Big hmm. Capitalized, italicized and boldfaced HMM. From the New York Daily News: “The government of Isfahan denied reports that the explosion was linked to the nuclear site, saying it was part of a military drill north of the city.” That excuse is so weak that I think Baghdad Bob either moved to Iran or has a cousin Tehran Terry. From the New York Daily News: “One of the first reports of the blast came from Iran’s semi-official Fars news agency, according to...
  • 'Huge explosion' heard in Iranian city Isfahan, Fars news agency reports

    11/28/2011 8:38:45 AM PST · by jhpigott · 182 replies
    'Huge explosion' heard in Iranian city Isfahan, Fars news agency reports - @BBCWorld eom
  • Our Call: Iran on Brink

    01/02/2010 12:10:15 AM PST · by ErnstStavroBlofeld · 19 replies · 1,100+ views
    DoD Buzz ^ | 12/30/2009 | Colin Clark
    Predicting the end of a regime, especially one led by ruthless and wily survivors, always poses great risks to the prophet of doom. But the Iranian regime meets almost all of my indicators for the end of a government. First, there are persistent reports that some of the security forces are refusing to use lethal force against their compatriots. On top of that, several news accounts have said that members of the security forces have been forced to surrender to crowds. One particularly noteworthy example had security forces “cowering” as angry crowds confronted them in the capital. Then there are...
  • Iran protests spread in heartland

    12/26/2009 5:33:28 PM PST · by nuconvert · 7 replies · 956+ views
    Demonstrations in Esfahan and Najafabad are evidence that the opposition movement has spread beyond Tehran to include a broad cross-section of people in central Iran. Esfahan and Najafabad were the "spiritual capitals" of the late Montazeri, said Mashallah Shamsolvaezin, a Tehran analyst and journalist who strongly supports the opposition movement. The harsh crackdown against Montazeri's supporters has the potential to drive them deeper into the opposition camp. "What has happened was a religious reaction out of devotion and conviction" to Montazeri, he said. "While on the surface the unrest has no relation with the political agenda of the green [opposition]...
  • Iran: Clashes Accompany Fresh Montazeri Memorial in Isfahan

    12/23/2009 4:17:44 PM PST · by nuconvert · 3 replies · 338+ views
    Radio Free Europe via Payvand ^ | 12-23-09 | By Golnaz Esfandiari
    Heavy clashes have been reported outside an Isfahan mosque where a memorial ceremony was due to be held in honor of Grand Ayatollah Hossein Ali Montazeri, a founding architect of the Iranian Revolution and spiritual father of Iran's opposition Green Movement. The clashes come two days after a funeral ceremony for the 87-year-old Montazeri, who died on December 19 in his home in Qom, turned into a huge antigovernment protest in the holy city located southwest of the capital. Eyewitnesses tell RFE/RL that as mourners and opposition supporters arrived for today's memorial service, they found security forces and plainclothes agents...
  • Riot police in Isfahan run from protestors (Video)

    06/14/2009 11:17:40 PM PDT · by SolidWood · 6 replies · 671+ views
    Youtube ^ | June 14, 2009
    Isfahan: Riot police thugs run from protestors into safe distance. (Youtube video)Tehran: Police thugs beat unconcious (or dead) man in a court.
  • Ahmadinejad: Iran's Entered Final Phase In Nuclear Fuel Production ["7,000 centrifuges at Natanz"]

    04/11/2009 7:22:26 PM PDT · by Cindy · 9 replies · 553+ views
    Note: The following blog entry is a quote: Blog Details Ahmadinejad: Iran's Entered Final Phase In Nuclear Fuel Production At an inauguration ceremony yesterday for a nuclear fuel production facility in Isfahan, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad expressed his pride at Iran's entering into the final phase in the nuclear fuel production cycle. He said that despite the threats from the West, "the Iranian train is moving ahead with increasing speed, on the right track." Iranian Atomic Energy Organization director Gholam Reza Aghazadeh said that the speed of the new centrifuges was five to six times greater than that of the...
  • Iran's Fuel Manufacturing Plant At Isfahan To Be Launched This Month

    03/19/2009 10:25:24 PM PDT · by Cindy · 6 replies · 536+ views
    “Iran’s Fuel Manufacturing Plant At Isfahan To Be Launched This Month” SNIPPET: “The fuel manufacturing plant (FMP) at Isfahan, in central Iran, is to be inaugurated in late March, according to Iranian Atomic Energy Organization deputy head Abdallah Solatsana. Solatsana said that the stages for producing nuclear fuel assemblies are being carried out according to schedule.”
  • Isfahan - City of Polish Children

    07/15/2008 5:40:35 AM PDT · by nuconvert · 11 replies · 678+ views ^ | 24-Jun-2008
    Poland commemorates her refugees in Iran by Ryszard Antolak 24-Jun-2008 The Polish Postal Service has commemorated the role Isfahan played during World War 2 in caring for Polish orphans. The new stamp, "Isfahan - the City of Polish Children", went on sale earlier this month. It depicts a pupil at School No. 15 near Isfahan (Stanislaw Stojakowski), standing in front of a Persian carpet woven at the city's Carpet School in 1944. In 1942, Isfahan housed thousands of Polish orphans released from the Soviet work camps of Siberia and Kazakhstan. At its peak, twenty one areas of the city were...
  • Ahmadinejad allows burial of American professor in Iran

    09/15/2007 2:17:33 AM PDT · by BlackVeil · 6 replies · 407+ views
    International Herald Tribune ^ | September 13, 2007 | AP
    TEHRAN, Iran: President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has agreed to allow an American scholar to be buried in the historic Iranian city of Isfahan when he dies, the state broadcasting company said Thursday. Richard Nelson Frye, an 87-year-old professor emeritus of Iranian and Central Asian studies at Harvard University, made his request in a letter addressed directly to Ahmadinejad, the broadcasting company reported on its Web site. "I ask the Iranian president to allow my burial in the beautiful city of Isfahan to prove the unbreakable link between the honorable Iranian and American nations," Frye was quoted as saying in his letter....
  • EXCLUSIVE Breaking News - Tribal Revolt Against Islamic Regime in Iran

    02/02/2007 11:31:07 PM PST · by FARS · 217 replies · 6,480+ views
    Reports Inside Iran ^ | 2/2/07 | Reports & Alan Peters
    Reports from Inside Iran Armed revolt by Bakhtiari, Lor and Ghashghai tribes against the Islamic Regime has reportedly flared up. Yesterday, freedom seeking tribal fighters in the Isfahan and surrounding provinces and region began fighting local Islamic Regime forces and freeing their villages and townships from the Islamic Regime's control. The Semirom area, which is on the Ghashghai tribal migrations route, apparently saw heavy fighting and more clashes occurred in between Isfahan Province and Yassooj further south, which is the center of the Boyer-Ahmadi tribal territory. Local fighters from the various tribes, confronted Islamic Regime paramilitary forces – the IRGC...
  • GOTTA SEE THIS-WarEndur.Freedom 3/18/6 -Samarra,Op.Swarmer, Natanz,Bushehr,Isfahan

    03/17/2006 1:15:51 PM PST · by Diogenesis · 70 replies · 4,153+ views
    Yahoo, AP, Reuters, and the usual suspects | 3/18/06 | The Armies of Good against the Axis of Evil
    GOTTA SEE THIS - War for Enduring Freedom 3/18/06 - Samarra, Op. Swarmer, Natanz, Bushehr, Isfahan, Tehran BREAKING: Samarra -Operation Swarmer : U.S. and US-liberated-Iraqi soldiers meet minor resistance, capture weapons caches Natanz - facility perimeter and inside the uranium enrichment facility Bushehr - nuclear power plant weapon research site - Russian technicians Isfahan - uranium conversion facility (UCF) Tehran - female police graduation ceremony and with terrorist founder Khomeini QFN ==== YE OLDE QUAGMIRE-FREE NEWS Exclusive to FReerepublic PICTURES YOU WILL NEVER SEE IN THE MAIN STREAM MEDIA TODAY: IRAQ and IRAN: THE GOOD, THE BAD, and the PUG-UGLIES...
  • Russia will sell SAMs to Iran

    02/14/2006 4:58:49 PM PST · by Tailgunner Joe · 22 replies · 1,090+ views
    UPI ^ | 2/13/2006
    MOSCOW, Feb. 13 (UPI) -- Despite the ongoing controversy about Iran's nuclear program, Russia intends to sell Tehran up to 30 Tor M-1 surface-to-air missiles in a deal estimated to be worth up to $700 million. Tor M-1 missiles are short-range, surface-to-air missiles. The system is able to identify up to 48 targets and fire at two targets simultaneously at a height of up to 20,000 feet. They are already used by several other armed forces, including China. Analysts believe that the Tor M-1s will be deployed at Iran's Isfahan nuclear research center and around the Bushehr reactor that Russia...
  • IAEA removes Seals, cameras from Iran nuke sites: Diplomats

    02/11/2006 11:51:48 PM PST · by familyop · 4 replies · 696+ views
    Vienna, Feb 12 (AP): Inspectors from the UN nuclear watchdog agency have stripped most surveillance cameras and agency seals from Iranian nuclear sites and equipment as demanded by Tehran in response to its referral to the UN Security Council, diplomats said. The diplomats, who demanded anonymity in exchange for revealing the confidential developments, said yesterday that the move was part of retaliatory measures announced by Iran that have left the International Atomic Energy Agency with only the most basic means to monitor Iran's nuke activities. It came as Iran's president suggested his country might even pull out of the Nuclear...

    02/04/2006 2:17:19 AM PST · by HAL9000 · 38 replies · 1,090+ views
    ADnkronos ^ | February 3, 2006
    Tehran, 3 Feb. (AKI) - Judicial authorities in the central Iranian city of Isfahan have announced that women state employees who fail to wear the Islamic hijab or head scarf, face lashing as punishment. Isfahan's director general for Judicial Authority, Mohammad Ansari, apparently wants to apply to the letter an article in Iran's penal code stipulating 74 lashes for women who do not dress according to Islamic law including wearing the chador, the black veil that covers women from head to toe. Since Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's election as Iranian president in June last year, pressure has increased on people to...
  • Iran rejects negotiations with Europe (It's Official, the Iran/EU3 Talks are Over!)

    08/28/2005 5:45:51 PM PDT · by F14 Pilot · 10 replies · 715+ views
    Mercury News ^ | Sun, Aug. 28, 2005 | NASSER KARIMI, Associated Press
    Iran on Sunday rejected what it termed conditional negotiations with Europe over Tehran's nuclear program and said it wanted instead to have talks with the UN nuclear watchdog agency. FM spokesman 'Asefi' said any future nuclear negotiations would not include the USA, which contends Iran wants to build atomic weapons. Iran insists its nuclear program is solely to produce electricity. "Since EU has demanded conditional negotiations, Iran will not accept that and negotiations won't be held," Asefi told reporters. "We are interested in negotiations and working with the IAEA, as our partner." Earlier this week Britain's Foreign Office said there...
  • Russia: Iran nuclear development right must be recognized

    08/18/2005 9:42:45 PM PDT · by F14 Pilot · 9 replies · 418+ views ^ | 8/18/2005
    A high ranking Kremlin official emphasized Wednesday, "Iran's right to take advantage of nuclear power for peaceful purposes must be internationally recognized," the official Iranian news agency reported today. Speaking to his country's official Itar-Tass news agency, the Russian official who spoke on condition of anonymity added, "Russia believes it is appropriate for the international community to recognize Iran's right to continue its nuclear programs, since that would solve the current crisis and save unnecessary problems." Meantime, IRNA reported that: senior Iranian officials warned the European Union Wednesday to stop pressuring the Islamic republic to limit its nuclear activities and...
  • Britain keeps distance from talk of strike on Iran

    08/14/2005 12:01:48 AM PDT · by F14 Pilot · 19 replies · 993+ views
    The Sunday Times ^ | August 14, 2005 | Andrew Porter and Tom Walker
    THE foreign secretary Jack Straw sought to distance Britain yesterday from comments by President George W Bush that he would not rule out a military strike against Iran. It came as diplomats gave warning that British attempts to solve the crisis prompted by Tehran’s resumption of its nuclear programme last week were doomed to failure. Bush raised the temperature by giving an interview to Israeli television from his ranch in Crawford, Texas. Asked if he would consider force, he replied: “All options are on the table.” He added: “The use of force is the last option for any president and...
  • Iran's revolution is in its infancy - but it may have just found its Stalin

    08/13/2005 11:59:18 PM PDT · by F14 Pilot · 4 replies · 796+ views
    Telegraph ^ | 14/08/2005 | By Niall Ferguson
    Never underestimate a revolutionary regime. In particular, never underestimate the durability of the revolutionaries' fervour to fight for their cause. The French revolution began in 1789, but it was only after two decades of war that the fight was finally knocked out of the revolution's heirs, and repeatedly - in 1830, 1848 and 1870 - they threatened to make a comeback. The Russian revolution began in 1917, but the Soviet Union posed a mortal threat until the mid-1980s. As for the Chinese revolution of 1949, it was only last month that the regime in Beijing was threatening to go nuclear...
  • Iran Removes Final Seals at Nuclear Site

    08/10/2005 9:51:52 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 24 replies · 972+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 8/10/05 | Ali Akbar Dareini - AP
    ISFAHAN, Iran - Iran removed the final seals from equipment at a uranium conversion plant as U.N. inspectors watched Wednesday, paving the way for Tehran to fully open the facility despite European and U.S. calls for it to maintain the suspension of its nuclear program. The move came as Europe and the United States were struggling to find leverage to stop Iran from forging ahead with its nuclear program, which Washington says secretly aims to develop nuclear weapons. Iran says its program is peaceful, intended only to produce electricity. Board members of the U.N. nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy...
  • Iran has right to develop nuclear fuel cycle : Russia

    08/02/2005 1:24:48 PM PDT · by F14 Pilot · 7 replies · 337+ views
    RIA Novosti ^ | 02/ 08/ 2005
    MOSCOW, August 2 (RIA Novosti) - Russia has always acknowledged Iran's right to develop a nuclear fuel cycle (NFC), although it urged countries without an NFC to avoid developing nuclear programs, a source at the Russian Federal Agency for Nuclear Power, Rosatom, said Tuesday. He said the resumption of work on NFC development would not affect scheduled deliveries of nuclear fuel from Russia to Iran. Russia is finishing the construction of the first power-generating unit with a 1,000 MW capacity at the Bushehr nuclear power plant (NPP) on the Iranian coast of the Persian Gulf. The plant will become operational...
  • Iran Agrees to Delay Reopening Nuclear Plant

    08/01/2005 11:25:40 AM PDT · by nuconvert · 5 replies · 285+ views
    AP ^ | Aug.1, 2005
    Iran Agrees to Delay Reopening Nuclear Plant Story created 8/1/2005 - 10:27 AM ISFAHAN, Iran (AP) -- Supreme National Security Council official says Iran has agreed to a two-day delay in reopening its nuclear processing plant, at U.N. request. The U.N.'s nuclear watchdog agency urged Iran not to jeopardize its negotiations with the European Union after Iran informed the International Atomic Energy Agency that it planned to resume reprocessing uranium today. Agency chief Mohammed ElBaradei urged Iran "to continue the negotiation process" with European negotiators and "not to take any action that might prejudice the process at this critical stage."...
  • Iran to Break Seal at Isfahan UCF in Presence of IAEA Inspectors: source

    07/31/2005 11:05:48 AM PDT · by nuconvert · 4 replies · 403+ views
    MEHR ^ | July 31, 2005
    Iran to break seal at Isfahan UCF in presence of IAEA inspectors: source TEHRAN, July 31 (MNA) -- In a formal letter to International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Mohamed ElBaradei, Iran has announced that it is determined to break the seal at the Isfahan Uranium Conversion Facility, a high-ranking Iranian nuclear official told the Mehr News Agency. This is Iran’s second letter to the IAEA in the past week informing the agency that the Islamic Republic intends to restart nuclear activities at the Isfahan UCF that it had suspended voluntarily and as a confidence-building measure. Following a long...
  • Iran to Resume Some Nuclear Activity, Regardless of European Offer

    07/27/2005 3:53:51 PM PDT · by F14 Pilot · 4 replies · 347+ views
    VOA ^ | 27 July 2005
    Iran's outgoing President Mohammed Khatami says his government will resume some key nuclear work regardless of what European diplomats propose next month to defuse a dispute over Tehran's nuclear program. Mr. Khatami told reporters Wednesday, that Tehran will resume low-level uranium enrichment for use in power stations. Washington has accused Iran of trying to boost its enrichment process to create weapons grade material for use in warheads. Tehran denies the charges. Mr. Khatami gave no date for the restarting of enrichment activities, which were suspended late last year under pressure from the European Union and the United Nations. Britain, France...
  • 11 days in Iran - An American recalls her journey to Iran

    07/03/2005 5:50:04 PM PDT · by F14 Pilot · 20 replies · 1,235+ views ^ | March 2005 | Donna Jo Napoli
    I recently returned from eleven days in Iran. Before I went, friends told me I was crazy to go. They said I'd meet a lot of anti-American hostility. I'd be in danger, even. I met zero hostility. I don't want this article to become a list of what Iran isn't. That reminds me too much of my first interests in the country. I write fiction books for children and young adults. In 1999, I decided to write the tale of Beauty and the Beast from the lion's point of view. My searching through older versions of the story led to...
  • American Iranologist Wills to be Buried in Isfahan, Iran

    04/19/2005 8:57:08 PM PDT · by nuconvert · 7 replies · 399+ views
    American Iranologist Wills to be Buried in Isfahan, Iran Apr. 18, 2005 Tehran, Apr. 18 (CHN) – Professor Richard Nelson Frye, a great American Iranologist, has asked in his will for his body to be transferred and buried in the land of Iran, in the historical city of Isfahan. Frye is an emeritus Harvard professor in central Asian studies who still gives lectures promoting Iranian history and culture. Frye graduated from Harvard in 1946, taught at several universities including Habibiya College in Kabul (1942-44), Harvard University (1948-90), Frankfurt University (1959-60), Hamburg University (1968-69), Pahlavi University of Shiraz (1970-76), and University...
  • GOTTA SEE THIS-WarEndur.Freedom 3/14/05-Beirut,Isfahan,Arak

    03/14/2005 10:48:22 AM PST · by Diogenesis · 135 replies · 7,220+ views
    Yahoo, AP, Reuters, and the usual suspects | 3/14/05 | The Armies of Good against the Axis of Evil
    GOTTA SEE THIS - War for Enduring Freedom 3/14/05 - Beirut, Isfahan, Arak BREAKING: Beirut, Lebanon- Freedom breaking out by the Millions BREAKING: Isfahan, Iran's Uranium Conversion Facility. BREAKING: Arak, Irans' 40-megawatt nuclear reactor. QFN ==== QUAGMIRE-FREE NEWS Exclusive to FReerepublic PICTURES YOU PROBABLY WILL NEVER SEE IN THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA War for Enduring Freedom - THE GOOD, THE BAD, and the UGLY ========= Beirut ========= In Beirut, Lebanon, freedom rings as a million and more Lebanese oppose Syria and Iran. More than twice what the MSM reported for the pro-terrorist demonstrations of Hezbollah and Syria last week, the MSM...

    09/24/2004 9:46:05 AM PDT · by CHARLITE · 132 replies · 3,912+ views
    The recent announcement of a deal for Israel to acquire thousands of Precision-Guided-Munitions (PGM) went largely unheralded by Elite-Media, who mostly yawned and ho-hummed the sale. One source, the Seattle Post Intelligencer did little more than the intellectually lazy approach, recycling an AP report but the numbers in the report were very telling: 3000 2000-pound laser-guided bombs, 1000 1000-pound laser-guided bombs and 500 500-pound precision-guided bombs. The most important number noted above is the huge number of 2000-pound PGM’s – these are heavy, penetrating munitions needed to destroy Iran’s nuclear facilities. The PGM’s also have a satellite-targeting option allowing the...
  • Thousands arrested in Iran (in past 2 months)

    05/28/2004 3:59:57 PM PDT · by nuconvert · 158+ views
    SMCCDI ^ | May 28, 2004
    Thousands arrested in Iran SMCCDI (Information Service) May 28, 2004 Several thousands have been arrested, since March 21st the beginning of the current Iranian New Year, in the rebellious province of Isfahan and hundreds of others in Tehran. The official sources of the Islamic republic regime have announced such news by qualifying those arrested as "Drug Addicts, Drug Traffickers or Hooligans". The official number of arrests for Isfahan has been announced as 4,700 and in Tehran of 500 individuals. The Islamic regime has increased the existing persistent repression in an effort to avoid mass riots from taking place at the...
  • GOTTA SEE THIS-WarEndur.Freedom 2/19/04-Nishapur, Iran (GRAPHIC PHOTO WARNING)

    02/18/2004 3:57:12 PM PST · by Diogenesis · 90 replies · 484+ views
    Iranian TV, Yahoo, AP, Reuters, and the usual suspects | 2/19/04 | The Armies of Good against the Axis of Evil
    GOTTA SEE THIS - War for Enduring Freedom 2/19/04 - Nishapur, Tehran, Isfahan, Fallujah BREAKING: Nishapur, Iran, secondary explosions at train explosion ========= Nishapur ========= In Nishapur, Iran, ~435 miles east of Tehran, a train [~51 cars] blew up and ~300 people were killed. Most say these were explosives on their way to Afghanistan. Many brave fire and rescue workers died after the Iranians first claimed it was simply "fertilizer" or an earthquake, but then there were secondary explosions much larger than the first explosion, and these kept burning for hours killing the Iranian heroes. ========= Tehran ========= In Tehran,...