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The US government and Human Rights?!!! by: Gemma

As it is proved before in Iraq and Afghanistan, the US government knows nothing of Human Rights...; and now you can see it in Libya, Yemen and Bahrain.
Bahraini forces have cracked down on the anti-regime protesters with the help of Saudi, the UAE and Kuwaiti troops. Many people have gone missing since the beginning of the revolution.

"the American administration always tries to show the world they represent democracy, but on the other hand they're giving the green light to the Bahraini dictatorship to do whatever they want to the Bahraini people and that is very, very, shameful,” human rights activist Zainab al-Khawaja told Press TV from Manama on Monday.

“It's not just words, freedom and human rights and justice are not just words. You cannot claim to be behind change and freedom and then in Bahrain support dictators with all you have and stay silent over all of human rights abuses,” she added.

On Sunday, al-Khawaja was taken to hospital after seven days of hunger strike following the arrest of her father, uncle, husband and brothers-in-law.

The 27-year-old had her father, Abdulhadi al-Khawaja -- a prominent Bahraini opposition figure -- and her husband Mohammad al-Masqati violently being taken away by the forces.

The family members and human rights activists said that masked officers burst into al-Khawaja's home on April 9 and assaulted her father and husband. 

Reports from the Center’s colleagues in the United States say “In the US some news agencies and TV stations were asked not to report on Bahrain....” Rajab told Press TV.

He went on to say that the US and the Western governments have chosen to keep silent over ongoing atrocities in Bahrain due to their support for the country’s authoritarian regime

 

PressTV has interview Rodney Shakespeare, Chairman of the Committee against Torture in Bahrain, from London to discuss the issue further more.

PressTV: I'm looking at the website for Bahrain Center for Human Rights. It says more than three hundred and seventy people have been detained or are missing within days of the imposition of the national safety including twelve women. When you compare it to Libya, the Americans have been saying that Muammar Gaddafi has lost his legitimacy, [and] that he has to go because of using force against his people. But no such calls on the part of the Americans on the Bahraini ruler to step down for pretty much the same reason.

Shakespeare: This is sinister fascism. The Bahraini rulers are maniac killers and they brought in another lot of killers, the Saudis. Behind this fascism is the USA and you quoted what US Secretary State Hilary Clinton said and people do not quite see the meaning. She said that any government may bring in foreign troops to kill their own citizens and that means that the American government may bring in foreign troops or use its own troops to kill American citizens. That fascism is now a lot in the Middle East.

If I may say so, America does not have long term interests in the Persian Gulf. It should get its oil on the market like anybody else. The problem is that an out-of-date American policy is linked with the Israeli regime giving either secret or open support to a Zionist Israel and that is the crux of the matter. And that explains why the Americans feel they can intervene in Libya because Libya is not crucial to the maintenance of the totalitarian, authoritarian regimes in the Middle East and their support for the Zionist Israel which is [a] paranoid attack dog and it's totally out of control and it has no intention ever allowing an independent Palestine.

So yes there was a deal between the Saudis who basically steamroller the other members of the (Persian) Gulf Cooperation Group to agree to giving support in Libya and, in exchange, the fascist have been let loose in Bahrain and the Americans ordered it. There are 4,500 troops in Bahrain and they said “do it.” Because if Bahrain or Saudi Arabia did not want to do it, the Americans could have stopped them immediately. I say it was an American order. It is fascism in Bahrain, fascism in the Middle East and it's a fascism which is coming to the United States and Hillary Clinton does said so.

PressTV: Why is Iran being blamed for what is happening in Bahrain and how likely is a military confrontation or any confrontation between the Saudi Arabia and Iran as a result?

Shakespeare: There are two countries which are deliberately trying to involve the Americans in a war with Iran. The first is Saudi Arabia. It is a country which is profoundly unstable. If they dare to ever have an election, 98 percent of the population will vote out the existing corrupt … regime and so they are playing their foreign card that is blaming everything that they can on Iran. The other one also playing the same foreign card is Israel and Israel's policy is to create chaos in the Middle East in which it can expand. Those are two countries more than anything else.

But unfortunately Zionist Israel also controls the foreign policy of the United States. So there are great forces all the time in the British newspapers, you get lines here in -- say -- the Daily Telegraph, all that making sly attacks on Iran and Iran has got nothing to do with it. Bahrain has admitted that … So you have got propaganda aimed at Iran.

 source: www.presstv.ir

 

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Wanna know what Iranian cities are like? by: Gemma

Here are some pictures of Tehran, Capital City of Iran:

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[Below pics source: http://www.napic.org]

  

 

 

And these are some photos of Tabriz, one of the Iranian cities:

(pics sourse: http://www.robowolf.mihanblog.com)

 

This is a photo of Isfahan, an Iranian big city [pic Sourse: www.dejkam.com]

 

 

And Shiraz which is another big city in Iran:

(Pics' source: http://www.shirazihaa.com)

This Pic's Sourse: http://eshiraz.ir 

 

And some pics of "Eram Garden" (Bagh-e-Eram) in Shiraz: (Pics' Sourse: http://eshiraz.ir/)

 

 

Below photos are related to Gilan and Mazandaran, 2 provinces in Northern Iran [Pic Sourse: www.dejkam.com]:

 

And Here are some pictures of Kish, an island in southern Iran:

[photos by: Mehdi Roudaki]

 

 

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Iran's View: Use of nuclear weapons is Forbidden (Haram) by: Gemma

It sounds soooooooo rediculous to me when I hear some countries think Iran has (or even is thinking about using) nuclear bombs! I think those who say such stupid things themselves know that they are wrong, because using such weapons is totally illegal from Iranian government's view point and Iran has announced it several times. But the point is that Iran's enemies say such things to make people pay attention to a fake story about atomic bombs in Iran and therefore forget everything about the real users of such illegal weapons. The U.S government is the one that is accused for using atomic bombs before (nobody has forgotten it), and now is talking about Iran!!! (whose nuclear energy is 100 percent peaceful). This is the U.S government that should be tried in courts for using such bombs and killing so many innocent people in japan in world war II. Have they forgotten that? Obviously they plan to deceive some naive popele around the world (if there are any) by saying such rediculous things. But no wise person believe what they say....      

 

picture source: ARRAYAH ARABIC NEWSPAPER

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Ahmadinejad's popularity in Lebanon by: Gemma

Lebanese people welcomed Mr.Ahmadinejad when he traveled to Lebanon several months ago:

 

 

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Ahmadinejad's popularity in Iran by: Gemma

The Iranian government is the best in the world; and Dr.Ahmadinejad is one of the most popular presidents nowadays. He considers justice as his primary duty and most Iranian people really want him to be the president. He often goes to different provinces of Iran to be aware of the problems and talk to people face to face and do everything to improve the area's condition as much as he can; and always large crowd of population welcome him. He is very successful in his position and always concentrates on doing his best to Iranian people.

 

The Banner's translation: "I've just come to say Good Job"

 

Pictures below are related to one of Mr.Ahmadinejad's trips to Ardabil and Azarbaijan (Tabriz), and this is the way faithful Azari people welcomed him:

 

 

See the rest of pics here:

http://rajanews.com/detail.asp?id=30712 

 

 

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