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Obama v Pompeo

Source here:

"It is quite clear in this case who tried to appease whom."

A good man


A man attends a sport event in Iran, wearing a headscarf in support of ending the against women! His sign says "let women come to stadiums! "

It’s Iran’s oil, stupid

Airtight sanctions, a la against the despicable South Africa apartheid, works. U.S. lawmakers get to it, and DO NOT FORGRT oil revenue.


Panahi's Cannes chair

Banned Iranian Director Gets Standing Ovation At Cannes Film Festival

Female MPs

Above, clad in mandatory Hijab, female "MPs" in the Islamist fascists' "parliament".

Below, just "elected" female MPs" in Lebanon with elective Hijab, mostly from political parties backed by the Islamist fascists in Iran.

Iran NY attack

Two weeks ago, Mansur Osanlou, the Iranian Labor activist who after torture and imprisonment had to flee to New York, was target of a failed assasination by microbiological substance.

He was in coma for nearly a week; he has now recovered somewhat and posted this photo of himself in hospital.

FBI is investigating this microbiological attack, which is eerily similar to those done by Putin’s Russia, the Islamist fascists’ ally.  

At the time of attack, Osanlou was on his way to a scheduled interview with Iran International satellite news channel.

Trump in Iran

media claims Trump, Warren Beatty, and Jack Nicholson visited Tehran and that Trump wanted to build a casino by Caspian. False.

Starving teacher

Amnesty Int:

IRANIAN TRADE UNIONIST ON HUNGER STRIKE Iranian trade unionist Esmail Abdi started a hunger strike on 24 April, to protest against the treatment of teachers and workers in Iran, on the one hand, and the denial of his requests for prison leave, on the other. Esmail Abdi is a prisoner of conscience serving a six-year sentence in Tehran’s Evin prison for his peaceful trade union activities.

Giant step


Kim Jong-un has pledged a "new history" in relations with his neighbour as he became the first North Korean leader to set foot in South Korea since the end of the Korean War in 1953.

In a moment rich with symbolism and pomp, South Korean leader Moon Jae-in and Mr Kim shook hands at the border.

Mr Kim said it was the "starting point" for peace, after crossing the military line that divides the peninsula.

It comes just months after warlike rhetoric from North Korea.

Much of what the summit will focus on has been agreed in advance, but many analysts remain sceptical about the North's apparent enthusiasm for engagement.