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There is no good in much of their secret conferences save (in) whosoever enjoineth charity and fairness and peace-making among the people and whoso doeth that, seeking the good pleasure of God, We shall bestow on him a vast reward. (Al-Nisa, 4:114).


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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

'UNSC, IAEA serving West against Iran'

Uploaded by presstvmobile on 28 Jan 2012

Pressure builds for NYPD chief to resign over anti-Muslim video

Uploaded by TheRealNews on 31 Jan 2012 - Anti-Muslim training video screened to nearly 1,500 police officers.

The war already started now awaits invasion?

Green Light to WW3? 'US needs human face for Iran invasion'

Uploaded by RussiaToday on 30 Jan 2012 - The military build-up and economic sanctions against Iran are designed to unleash a global war from the Mediterranean to China with unpredictable consequences, warns Michel Chossudovsky, Director of the Centre for Research on Globalization.

Monday, January 30, 2012

IAEA team in Iran for nuclear talks.

Uploaded by AlJazeeraEnglish on 29 Jan 2012 - A team of six inspectors from the UN's International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has arrived in the Iranian capital, Tehran.

Iran has been accused by Western countries of developing nuclear weapons, which it denies. The IAEA team is in the country for three days to visit uranium enrichment sites and for talks aimed at allaying these concerns.

But upon arrival, the team was greeting by angry demonstrators holding images of Iranian nuclear scientist Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan who was killed in a recent bombing.

Egyptians return to polls for upper house vote

Uploaded by AlJazeeraEnglish on 29 Jan 2012 - Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood is emerging as the strongest force in the country's new democratic politics as Egyptians head to the polls to vote for members of the upper house of parliament.

When the voting is finally over, the group's Freedom and Justice party is expected to be the biggest in both houses of parliament.Islamists are likely to play a significant role in drafting the country's new constitution.

America's new "imperial" military strategy?

Floating US military base to tackle Iran

ploaded by AlJazeeraEnglish on 28 Jan 2012 The US will deploy its first floating military base to the waters in the Middle East with the purpose of combating the threat emanating from Iran.But the Pentagon is modifying the operation to cope with an uncertain mission that includes targeting al-Qaeda and the sting of recent budget cuts.

Sunday, January 29, 2012

Interview: Mohammad Marandi of Tehran University

Uploaded by AlJazeeraEnglish on 29 Jan 2012 - A team of inspectors from the UN nuclear agency, the IAEA, begins a three-day visit to Iran, to try to determine the purpose of the country's nuclear programme.

The visit comes at a time of heightened tension between Iran and the West.The west is increasing sanctions on Iran's oil industry, and there are threats from Tehran that it could retaliate by pushing the price of oil up to $150 a barrel.

Mohammad Marandi, an associate professor of American Studies at Tehran University, told Al Jazeera: "If Western regimes try to strangle the Iranian people and to hurt the Iranian economy severely, then the Iranians will have no option but to punish them." Watch the full interview here and a timeline showcasing international efforts to stop Iranian nuclear proliferation.

A PRO UN STANCE : Voice of the state department?

Interview with Anita McNaught on Syria

Uploaded by AlJazeeraEnglish on 29 Jan 2012 - Al Jazeera's correspondent Anita McNaught talks from the Turkish border with Syria on the situation within Syria.

Russia slams 'unacceptable' draft resolution on Syria.

Uploaded by RussiaToday on 27 Jan 2012 - Russia has opposed the new Arab-European draft resolution on Syria presented by Morocco in the UN Security Council on Friday. Russia's ambassador to the UN says it will continue to search for ways to end the ongoing bloodshed there.

As RT's Marina Portnaya reports from New York, Russia's ambassador to the UN, Vitaly Churkin, expressed "deep" disappointment with the draft, indicating that he does not believe that the international community should impose an outside solution on the Syrian conflict. He also rejected the idea of an arms embargo or the use of force being imposed on Syria.

UN - the mother of all deceptions?

UN Security Council discusses Syria crisis

Uploaded by PressTVGlobalNews on 28 Jan 2012 - Read the report -- that is the one thing delegates on both sides of a closed-door debate on Syria agreed on Friday when assessing the Arab League's report on the situation.

Saturday, January 28, 2012

Where are these military hardware going to?

Uploaded by aston79suara on 28 Jan 2012 | Massive US Troop Movements In California:

Concerns over the military movements of the Western Powers, this report continues, are due to the United States and its European allies accounting for nearly three-quarters of the entire amount spent on armed troops and equipment in the entire world and that over the past decade have unleashed wars in various parts of the globe which they show no signs of stopping.

Sarkozy backtracks on Afghanistan pullback.

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Thursday, January 26, 2012

Iranian Ambassador discuss Iran political situation.

Uploaded by presstvmobile on 25 Jan 2012 - Indonesia : The ambassador attends meeting to discuss Iran political situation.

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

A sitting duck for a false flag Ops?

USS Enterprise False Flag!!

Uploaded by Snordelhans on Jan 23, 2012 - The Heretic presents, Mike Rivero's "USS Enterprise False Flag" from An Uncle Sam and Auntie Semite, wicked piece of work?

 NO SHIT ... backgrounds:
[1]..the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2010 slated the ship's retirement for 2013, when she will have served for 51 consecutive years, the most of any U.S. aircraft carrier.
[2]January 22,2012 WP: - Panetta also told the crowd of 1,700 gathered in the hangar bay of the USS Enterprise that the ship is heading to the Persian Gulf region and will steam through the Strait of Hormuz in a direct message to Tehran.

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Gaddafi loyalists retake Bani Walid.

Uploaded by AlJazeeraEnglish on 24 Jan 2012 - Loyalists of Libya's ousted leader Muammar Gaddafi have seized control of the town of Bani Walid, raising the former government's green flag.

NATO back in Libya? 'Worst case scenario possible'

Uploaded by RussiaToday on Jan 24, 2012 - In Libya, at least five people have been killed and 20 others wounded, as supporters of former leader Muammar Gaddafi seized control of the town of Bani Walid, after clashes with a group loyal to the new government. Earlier, the National Transitional Council's leader warned that the country was on the verge of civil war. The NTC has already been struggling with violent protests in its stronghold of Benghazi, which forced its second most senior official to resign. The demonstrators, many of whom helped overthrow the previous regime, are angered by the slow pace of reform and a lack of transparency in the handling of the country's assets

Oil-for-gold: Iran to dodge US ban with metal shield?

Uploaded by RussiaToday on Jan 24, 2012 - The EU has delivered on its threat to ban the import of crude oil from Iran, in response to its nuclear programme. The latest round of sanctions prohibits any new oil contracts, while allowing for existing deals to run until July. But Tehran is apparently finding ways to keep business pumping. Reports say Iran will keep supplying one of its biggest customers - India - but will get payment in gold instead of dollars.

ISI says No to US's - SOPA & PIPA or UE's ACTA!

'ACTA' = Internet Censorship | The Europe's Version of SOPA

Uploaded by 1TheRevolutionIsNow on Jan 18, 2012 - ACTA - 'The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement' is a proposed plurilateral agreement for the purpose of establishing international standards on intellectual property rights enforcement in Europe.

The Agreement suggests that its gonna protect 'Copyrighted materials' and thus preventing the content from Piracy.

However, when you actually read the proposed bill, you'll quickly notice that it has nothing to do with copyrighted material and everything to do with Internet censorship and blocking the Free flow of information.

Who is trying to woo Armenians or recruit them?

Uploaded by AlJazeeraEnglish on 24 Jan 2012 - Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish prime minister, says a controversial genocide bill passed by the French parliament is "racist". The proposed law makes it illegal to deny that the mass killings of Armenians in 1915 constituted genocide.Turkey says relations between the countries will be seriously affected if French President Nicolas Sarkozy signs it into law.

Sunday, January 22, 2012

US deploys 12,000 troops in Libya

Smoke coming from an oil terminal in the Libyan port city of Brega. (file photo)

PressTV Jan 21, 2012 - The United States has sent some 12,000 soldiers to Libya, in the first phase of deployments to the oil-rich North African nation.

According to Asharq Alawsat, the troops landed in the eastern oil port city of Brega. 

Although the deployment is said to be aimed at generating stability and security in the region, the troops are expected to take control of the country's key oil fields and strategic ports. 

Brega, the site of an important oil refinery, serves as a major export hub for Libyan oil. The town is also one of the five oil terminals in the eastern half of the country. 

Following the popular uprising of the Libyan people, NATO launched a major air campaign against the forces of the former regime on March 19, 2011 under a UN mandate to “protect the Libyan population.” 

The Western military alliance, however, was heavily criticized for its failure to protect civilians and taking action beyond the terms of the UN mandate. 

On October 20, Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi was killed in his hometown of Sirte, eight months into an uprising that put an end to his 42-year dictatorship. 

Human rights groups have accused NATO of committing war crimes and human rights violations against Libyans.

'Western puppets smash dreams of new Libya'

Uploaded by RussiaToday on 22 Jan 2012 - Some 200 Libyan protesters stormed the headquarters of the country's transitional government on Saturday in a show of frustration with the slow pace of national reform. But will their calls for post-Gaddafi transparency fall on deaf ears?

Two weeks of protests in the city of Benghazi -- the heart of the uprising against Muammar Gaddafi last February -- came to a head when protestors used grenades to blow the gates off the National Transitional Council (NTC) compound housing the interim government.

Saturday, January 21, 2012

UN bodies Err on Iranian Scientists' Security!

20 Jan 2012 : 'UN bodies leak info on Iran N experts'

UK bans Press TV: it's geopolitics.

'Iran getting closer to total isolation?:

Uploaded by RussiaToday on 20 Jan 2012 - Britain has revoked the press license of Iran-based English language broadcaster Press TV, accusing it of violating press regulations. But some say the decision was really motivated by British geopolitical interests.

The Office of Communications (Ofcom), a government-approved watchdog overseeing broadcasting and telecommunications in the UK, says the channel does not control its content.

Phil Rees, a UK-based media analyst and author talks to RT suggesting that the driving force behind the decision is geopolitics.

Friday, January 20, 2012

With Elections looming, the French will have to take their soldiers home.

Minister condemns 'murder' of French troops

Published on 20 Jan 2012 by Euronews - French foreign affairs minister, Alain Juppe has condemned what he called the "murder" of French soldiers by an Afghan Army trainee. The rogue cadet shot at French troops who were training him, killing four and wounding 17 others.

VOA Drumming for War!

Iran Hurt by Western Sanctions - Tensions Rise

Uploaded by VOAvideo on 19 Jan 2012 - Tensions between Iran and Western countries over its nuclear program continue to rise as sanctions threaten the country's economy. Analysts are expressing concern a military confrontation could occur in the Middle East, and VOA Correspondent Meredith Buel has details in this background report from Washington.

Just listen how things are represented in a hawkish manner!

SUPPORT - No War On Iran: National Day of Action Feb 4, 2012

'Enemy is on Wall Street, not in Iran'

Uploaded by RussiaToday on 20 Jan 2012 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is calling for the intensification of sanctions against Iran over its alleged nuclear weapons program, saying an embargo on Iranian oil must be put in place. But Caleb Maupin of the International Action Center, an anti-war group, say such measures "are just part of a continued repression of the Iranian people."

Former IAEA Inspector Calls for Transparancy on All Sides.

Uploaded by TheRealNews on 19 Jan 2012 : Robert Kelly: The IAEA should allow peer review of its data, Iran should resolve outstanding questions. IAEA represent informations in a hawkish view.

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Qatari Emir secretly visited Israel.

Qatari Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani has secretly visited Israeli Kadima leader Tzipi Livni despite the fact that Doha and Tel Aviv have no political relations, a video has revealed.

The Qatari Emir also met several high-ranking Israeli officials.Signing a new gas export contract and writing Qatari textbooks by Israeli experts were among topics discussed between Sheikh Hamad and Livni.

Sheikh Hamad reportedly stressed the significance of political relations between the two sides. Livni informed Qatar of its important role in talks between Arabs and Israel. Qatar and Israel have common viewpoints regarding Iran's nuclear program.Doha has repeatedly supported Tel Aviv against Iran.

IMF pushes Nigeria to Civil War.

Uploaded by 108morris108 on 9 Jan 2012 - The new IMF chief is making Nigerians pay as much as Americans for their petrol. The Nigerians are rioting."The refineries that do exist are in a shocking state of disrepair and mismanagement and are not being used.

IMF created panic buying of fuel in Egypt?

Panic buying sparks fuel crisis in Egypt

Uploaded by AlJazeeraEnglish on 19 Jan 2012 - Egypt's Petroleum minister says the country's fuel crisis is under control - despite long lines at the pumps.Queues at gas stations across the country have been common sights in recent days.There is a shortage of all types of gas and diesel.

The crisis started when rumors began spreading that the government was about to raise the price of petrol, which is kept artificially low through heavy subsidies.In recent months there has also been a butane shortage, also because of panic buying. That shortage eased and so too, analysts predict, will this gas one.

US Israeli War-games Canceled

Uploaded by TheRealNews on 16 Jan 2012 - Gareth Porter: Iranian scientist assassinated and US sends a message to Israel.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Pakistan supreme court targets PM.

Uploaded by AlJazeeraEnglish on 18 Jan 2012 - Pakistan's Prime Minister is scheduled to appear before the Supreme Court on Thursday.Yousef Raza Gilani has been accused of failing to re-open a corruption case against President Asif Ali Zardari.Earlier this week, judges began contempt of court proceedings against him.

ISI wishes to express our solidarity with!

Occupy Movement Targets Congress

Uploaded by TheRealNews on 17 Jan 2012 National call for action on Capitol Hill draws occupiers from across U.S.

Anonymous : What is SOPA?

Uploaded by zeroslashj on 14 Jan 2012 - Hello, my fellow Americans. As you may or may not be aware of, Congress is in the process of passing a bill known as SOPA, or Stop Online Piracy Act. And as you may or may not be aware of, SOPA places severe limitations on the Internet and therefore you.

The originally proposed bill would allow the U.S. Department of Justice, as well as copyright holders, to seek court orders against websites accused of enabling or facilitating copyright infringement. Depending on who requests the court orders, the actions could include barring online advertising networks and payment facilitators such as PayPal from doing business with the allegedly infringing website, barring search engines from linking to such sites, and requiring Internet service providers to block access to such sites. The bill would make unauthorized streaming of copyrighted content a crime, with a maximum penalty of five years in prison for 10 such infringements within six months. The bill also gives immunity to Internet services that voluntarily take action against websites dedicated to infringement, while making liable for damages any copyright holder who knowingly misrepresents that a website is dedicated to infringement.

The keyword here is accused, not guilty. This means that if a company accuses a website of online infringement, the government can shut down that website without due process. This goes against the Fifth Amendment. The only thing this bill will do is to cripple the Internet and prevent free speech. Something the United States was founded upon.

Syria: PAS called on OIC to meet!

Syria: PAS desak segerakan sidang OIC

Uploaded by tvpas09 on 17 Jan 2012 in Malay:

Monday, January 16, 2012

9/11 Hijackers Passports were asked to issue by the CIA.

Mike Springman- The former head of the American visa bureau in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia blows the whistle on the 9/11 hijackers. Springman went public (after internal efforts failed) to expose the State Dept/CIA conduiting terrorists into the US.

UN Sec calls for end to Israeli occupation

Uploaded by presstvmobile on 15 Jan 2012:

Sanctions on Iran a prelude to economic wars & war?

Ron Paul: War with Iran has already been decided by the Financial Elite.

Uploaded by lyricus8 on 3 Jan 2012 - Using the same legislative and propaganda playbook that led to the Iraq War, the U.S. Government has just officially declared War on Iran.

Saturday, January 14, 2012

'CIA & Mossad death squads behind Syria bloodbath', there is no peoples revolution there.

Reported by RT on 22 Nov 2011 - There is no Civil war and there is no revolution against Assad, in Syria.

Will Israel succeed to become the world's preeminent superpower?

Uploaded by 108morris108 on 11 Jan 2012 - Morris Rant - Zionists Back All Sides - Syria Turkey Libya.

Friday, January 13, 2012

Military-Civil rift widens in Pakistan.

Uploaded by presstvmobile on 13 Jan 2012:

Iran assassinations'.

Iran scientist death adds to growing stack of nuclear stresses

Published on 12 Jan 2012 by Euronews - The tension between Iran and the West has cost the life of another nuclear scientist in Tehran. A limpet bomb on his car killed 32-year-old Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan on Wednesday. He worked at the Natanz uranium enrichment plant.

The chemical engineer's driver also died, Iranian media said, and a passer-by was slightly hurt.In a twelve-month period, three other scientists, two in the nuclear programme, have been murdered in the same way in Iran - five over two years.

'US, Israel behind Iran assassinations'
Uploaded by presstvmobile on 12 Jan 2012

'UN in cahoots with US on Iran'
Uploaded by presstvmobile on 12 Jan 2012

Carter on Egypt polls.

Uploaded by AlJazeeraEnglish on 13 Jan 2012 - Jimmy Carter, a former US president who has been involved in monitoring the elections in Egypt, says that while "irregularities" have been reported to him, he believes the poll is an accurate representation of the will of the people.

The Egyptian election commission is due to unveil the results of its third and final round of parliamentary voting on Friday.Carter told Al Jazeera that he also believes that the Islamist parties that have won the most seats in the polls so far have told them they intend to honour their country's treaty with Israel.

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Egypt's Brotherhood wins third of vote

Uploaded by AlJazeeraEnglish on 7 Jan 2012 - The Freedom and Justice Party of the Muslim Brotherhood says it has gained a third of the vote in Egypt's election, after preliminary results were released. Banned under deposed president Hosni Mubarak, the Brotherhood appears to be finding success in the first free vote in decades.

Vengeance of a Revolution?

Uploaded by RussiaToday on 8 Jan 2012 - The leader of Libya's transitional government admits the country could be sliding into civil war. He says it's a likely outcome unless the NTC takes control over militias and disarms them. The country's justice system also remains a concern, with thousands still behind bars without ever being charged, as Oksana Boyko reports.

Malaysia : Cops set strict conditions for Anwar rally.

Teoh El Sen  | January 6, 2012 - FMT 
The participants are stopped from doing any action, including making noise or make any signals that would disrupt the court proceedings.

KUALA LUMPUR: The police today announced a set of conditions for the organisers and participants of the “901 Free Anwar” rally to be held at the Jalan Duta court complex parking lot next Monday.

A posting on the PDRM official Facebook page listed the 10-point conditions.
The statement said that the conditions were issued by the Sentul district police chief, who had considered public safety and public order factors before imposing the following:
1. Brochures/banners with the tagline ‘Bebaskan Anwar 901’ or  ‘Bebaskan Anwar’ are not allowed in any circumstances during the rally.
2. The usage of other sound amplifying equipments, aside for loud hailers, is not allowed.
3. The usage of only two hailers are allowed for the purpose of managing the crowd.
4.Public speaking is not allowed in whatever circumstances
5.  The organisers must ensure that participants do not do any action, including making noise or make any signals, that would disrupt the court proceedings.
6.  The area for the gathering is limited to the parking lot along the left side of the main road into the court. The area will be marked by police line and participants are not allowed outside of it. If the area is filled, other participants are not allowed in and they will be dispersed from the area.
7.  The organiser must make sure that participants do not bring any weapons and give full cooperation to the police to make checks if required.
8.  The organisers must ensure that all participants leave the rally no later than one hour after the court verdict has been delivered.
9.  All orders by the police, which would be given from time to time, to ensure peaceful assembly must be adhered to.
10.  Participants are not allowed to vandalise or damage any public property or any private property at the area.
Earlier today the police said that they would allow for the rally if the organisers can assure no disruption to the public order.
PKR then announced that they will ensure that the gathering is peaceful and that they will disperse after the court decision has been made. It is now uncertain if they would agree to the strict conditions imposed by the police.
Among the first to react was PKR vice president N Surendran who said that no conditions were set when PKR held a meeting with the KL police chief DCP Mohmad Salleh earlier today.
“We will proceed with the gathering on that basis,” he told FMT.

Malaysian opposition to face sodomy verdict.

Uploaded by AlJazeeraEnglish [US State Dept. Official mouthpiece (?)] on 8 Jan 2012 - A Malaysian court is expected to decide whether opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim is guilty of sodomy. Ibrahim says the trial - the second time he has faced similar charges in court - is part of a continued government plot against him.

Friday, January 6, 2012

Massive American troop build-up in Israel:

War with Iran on the horizon?

 Uploaded by RTAmerica on 5 Jan 2012 - President Obama announced today that funding for the military will be cut back, but at the same time the US has sent thousands of US troops to Israel. The two countries are doing a joint exercise called "Austere Challenge 12." The exercise is meant to develop defense systems and collaboration between American and Israeli forces. US officials have denied this is in retaliation to Iran's war games and allege this was planned way in advance. Jamal Abdi, policy director for the National Iranian American Council, gives us his take on this US troop deployment.

Turkey's ex-army chief jailed over coup plot.

Published on 6 Jan 2012 by Euronews - Turkey's ex-army chief has spent his first night behind bars after being charged with trying to overthrow the government.
Retired General Ilker Basbug is the highest ranking officer to be caught up in the so-called Ergenekon case, a long-running crackdown on Turkey's once all- powerful military and secularist establishment. He is expected to challenge the decision to jail him pending trial.

Sunday, January 1, 2012

Iran legal action for US to unfreeze assests

Uploaded by cctvnewschannel on 31 Dec 2011 - Iran's central bank is preparing to file an appeal to a US Court, asking them to unfreeze the country's assets.According to the Wall Street Journal, the action over the more than 2 billion US dollars in assets is set to be taken in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.The funds were frozen back in June 2008 after a ruling against Tehran over its alleged role in the 1983 bombing of a Marine Corp base in Beirut that led to the deaths of 241 US soldiers.

A lawyer from the Iranian central bank claims the freezing of the assets by the US was illegal under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act. The legal action by Iran comes as US president Barack Obama gets ready to impose even tougher sanctions, this time taking aim at the country's oil industry.