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Heshmat Tabarzadi Political Activist Announcement to IRI

Postby CR » Sat Mar 28, 2020 9:12 pm

Heshmat Tabarzadi Political Activist Announcement to IRI

The Whole World is Quarantined Except Iran!
Khamenei Blames Coronavirus on Jinns & Trump to Destroy Iran!
Rouhani is Irresponsible & Without a Plan!
If We Have to Die in Our Houses, May as Well Rush the Pres. Palace
We Know the Addresses of All IRI Officials
People Be Ready for When the Word comes to Uprise



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Heshmat Tabarzadi Political Activist Announcement

Iranian political activist Heshmatollah Tabarzadi said in a video he uploaded to his Instagram on March 24, 2020 that Iran's main enemy is the coronavirus, and he sharply criticized the way the Iranian regime, which he said is unworthy and irresponsible, has been handling the pandemic. Saying that Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei is becoming increasingly delusional, Tabarzadi criticized Khamenei's recent statements that the coronavirus outbreak is part of a joint conspiracy by humans and demons against Iran and that any attempt by the U.S. to give aid to Iran is actually an attempt to spy on it (see MEMRI TV Clip No. 7887 Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei: U.S. Is Accused of Creating the Coronavirus, It Would Be Unreasonable for Us to Accept Assistance from It, March 22, 2020).

Tabarzadi further said that President Hassan Rouhani is even more irresponsible than Khamenei, and he criticized Iran's refusal to accept international aid despite shortages, as well as Iran's recent deportation of a team of doctors from Doctors Without Borders.

Tabarzadi warned that if Rouhani and Iran's senior officials do not stop their obstinacy, the Iranian people will destroy the presidential palace and bring it down on the heads of these officials. Calling on his compatriots to be ready for when the word goes out, he threatened: "We will track down their address and go there... If we are meant to die in our homes, we might as well die an honorable death."

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Heshmat Tabarzadi Political Activist Announcement
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Re: Iran Protests: IRI Islamic Regime Got to Go!

Postby Surenareal » Mon May 11, 2020 12:36 pm

A big lie of Mullahs' Illegitimate Regime, to hide its abject backwardness, was Exposed by the Free world Press.


The ship called Konarak, that was hit recently by a missile in Persian Gulf, and killed 19 seamen, was built by the Dutch (Holland) shipbuilder, in 1988, and then was refitted by the mullahs’illegitimate regime, in 2018.

The illegitimate regime of mafia godfather Akhond Ali Khamenei falsely claimed two years ago that this ship was entirely made by IRI, when this mafia regime's godfather himself and Akhond Hassan Rowhani participated in an event with fanfaire and propaganda, falsely claiming that this ship was home made.

These types of big lies are used by the illegitimate regime to cover-up their extreme technical backwardness, and the fact that they are unable to make even a screwdriver, and are culturally living in the Dark Ages of technological ignorance.

The medieval Ayatollahs and mullahs, and their illiterate ignorant bodyguards, the terrorist militia the Pasdaran cutthroat thugs are using examples of the life and manners of Bedouins, that lived in 7th century AD.

Same big shameless lie was repeated with the fake news about the launching of a fake satellite, without control room.
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Who is Blasting Iran’s Key Sites?

Postby Atusa Qajar » Thu Jul 09, 2020 1:37 pm

Who is Blasting Iran’s Key Sites?
Who is Setting Fires at IRI Sensitive Factories?
Who is Sabotaging Iran’s Nuclear & Fuel Sites?


Opposition? Military? Foreigners?

7 Sites in Less than a Month

June 26
* Blast at a liquid fuel production facility for ballistic missiles in Khojir, close to Parchin, near Tehran
* Fire at power plant in Shiraz, causing a blackout

June 30
* Explosion at a medical clinic in Tehran, 19 people killed

July 2
* Blast and fire at Natanz nuclear site

July 3
* Large fire in Shiraz

July 4
* Explosion and fire in power plant in Ahwaz
* Chlorine gas leak at Karoun petrochemical plant in Mahshahr


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Iran blasts: What is behind mysterious fires at key sites?

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The fire at Natanz is reported to have set back Iran's nuclear programme

Just after midnight on 30 June, an email dropped into my inbox. It claimed to be from an unknown group calling itself the Homeland Cheetahs.

The group said it had attacked the major Iranian nuclear site at Natanz some two hours earlier, at 02:00 local time. In the detailed message, it claimed it had blown up a facility and that the Iranian regime would not be able to hide it.

The group said it was composed of dissidents within Iran's military and security forces and that they had been behind numerous attacks that the Iranian authorities had so far concealed from the public.

I went online to check Iranian news agencies and reliable accounts on social media, but I found no mention of such an attack anywhere.

Several hours later, Iran's Atomic Energy Organisation announced there had been an incident at the Natanz nuclear plant, but they ruled out sabotage.

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The next day, Iran's Supreme National Security Council - its top security body - announced that it knew what caused the "incident" at Natanz but that "for security reasons" it would not for the time being say what this was.

Nasa satellite images showed there had been a fire at Natanz at 02:06. The damage corresponded with details contained in the email from the Homeland Cheetahs.

The group's message had been carefully crafted and included a propaganda video about attacks on strategic sites it said it had carried out inside Iran.

Preparing this kind of statement and video requires hours, if not days, of planning. Whoever authored it knew about the Natanz explosion in advance, which supports the theory that it was an act of sabotage.

But there is also the possibility that the email was an elaborate attempt to mislead us as to who was behind the attack, and could actually be the work of foreign agents posing as opponents of the regime in Iran.

Attack 'thwarted'

The group's name, the Homeland Cheetahs, is similar to those of other "Iranian" cyber groups, such as Persian Cat, or Charming Kitten - teams of hackers believed to be part of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Cyber Army.

It is possible that the Homeland Cheetahs were born to confront the Persian Cat.

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Israel says it foiled an attempt to sabotage its water system

In late May, national cyber security in Israel - Iran's arch-foe - said the country had prevented a major cyber attack on its water system, widely thought to have been the work of Iran.

Days later, there was a cyber attack on Shahid Rajaae, an important economic and shipping hub in southern Iran.

More than 50% of Iran's sea imports and exports take place through this harbour. The attack caused a massive blockage of water in the canals and flooded roads leading to the terminal.

Iranian officials blamed power shortages, but Western intelligence sources believe it was Israeli retaliation against Iran.

Fires and blasts

In the past three months there have been an increasing number of mysterious incidents which have damaged sensitive sites in Iran.

Numerous fires have broken out in nuclear facilities, oil refineries, power plants, major factories and businesses across the country.

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A clinic which carried out surgeries and medical imaging was hit by a blast in June

Since 26 June alone, there have been several such incidents:

26 June: Blast at a liquid fuel production facility for ballistic missiles in Khojir, close to Parchin, near Tehran; fire at power plant in Shiraz, causing a blackout

30 June: Explosion at a medical clinic in Tehran, 19 people killed

2 July: Blast and fire at Natanz nuclear site

3 July: Large fire in Shiraz

4 July: Explosion and fire in power plant in Ahwaz; chlorine gas leak at Karoun petrochemical plant in Mahshahr

Saeed Aganji, a Finland-based Iranian journalist who has been following the events, says the incidents are unusual and could be deliberate.

"By targeting Iran strategic and economic sites, the aim is to bring Iran's economy to its knees and force the regime to stop financing militia groups and change course in the Middle East."

Parchin and Khojir are two military sites believed to house nuclear and missile production facilities on the eastern edge of Tehran.

Video of Blast
https://twitter.com/bbcpersian/status/1 ... 9384389634

Inspectors from the global nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), have long been denied access to Parchin, where Iran is suspected of having conducted high-explosive tests related to the manufacture of nuclear weapons.

Iran warning

In a rare acknowledgement, Iran's state news agency Irna said the fire at Natanz could have been the result of sabotage "by hostile countries, especially the Zionist regime [Israel] and the US".

Iran's civil defence chief has vowed to "respond" if it turns out Iran was the victim of a cyber attack.

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Iran denies charges that it is seeking to develop nuclear weapons

On Sunday, an unnamed "Middle Eastern intelligence official" told the New York Times Israel had caused the blast at Natanz. Just a day earlier, Israel's foreign minister responded obliquely when asked if Israel was behind the incident, saying "our actions in Iran better left unsaid".

Israel does not normally take responsibility for these kinds of "attacks", and Iranian officials have avoided blaming Israel directly. But it seems the cyber war between the two countries has already started.
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IRGC Missile Storage Exploded in Tehran: 8th in a Month!

Postby Atusa Qajar » Fri Jul 10, 2020 11:22 am

IRGC Missile Storage Exploded in Tehran: 8th Explosion in a Month!

IRGC Missile Storage Explosion in Tehran
West Tehran Went Dark After Power Outage
8th Explosion & Fire in Iran in a Month


IRI Denies Sabotage & Claims They Were Accidents!
Who is Responsible for Explosions in Iran?
Rogue Military? Opposition? Foreigners?


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Power Outages Reported in Tehran After Another Mysterious Explosion

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Another mysterious explosion – a series of them, according to some sources – rocked Tehran on Thursday night, knocking out the power along the western edge of the city.

While Iranian officials characteristically rushed to deny that any explosions occurred or dismissed the incident as the latest in a string of minor industrial accidents, eyewitnesses and local media reported the blasts appear to have struck a missile storage facility used by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC). The IRGC is a U.S.-designated terrorist organization.

Iranian state media quoted social media users who reported hearing the explosions to the west of Tehran and in the nearby cities of Garmdareh and Quds. Those areas soon reported power outages, although the governor of Quds insisted there had been no explosion and the power was only out for a few minutes.

“Along with the denial of the explosion, Iranian media reported that the mayor of Garmdareh had stated that the explosion was caused by gas tanks, but it was later discovered that the quoted mayor had died over a year ago and that the quoted news was from years ago,” the Jerusalem Post noted on Friday, translating a report from the Independent Persian.

“Iranian media had also reported that a security official in the region had attributed the explosion to highway construction, but it was later discovered that the quoted news was from over two years ago,” the Jerusalem Post added.

More confusing reports quoted local witnesses who said they heard no explosions but experienced a much longer power outage than the five minutes claimed by the governor of Qods (who, unlike the mayor of Garmdareh, was still alive as of Friday morning) and the fire chief of Qods, who said no explosions or other disaster incidents had been reported in the past 24 hours.

Apparently, the fire chief did not hear the wailing sirens reported by i24 News on Thursday evening. The i24 report quoted an account of multiple explosions from Iran’s Mehr News Agency, plus a claim by Saudi Arabia’s Al-Arabiya News that the explosions occurred at the missile depot in an IRGC military base. Deutsche Welle cited a report that different explosions were heard in Tehran, Garmdareh, and Qods.

The incident is the latest in a series of mystery explosions and fires at sites linked to Iran’s nuclear missile program, including a fire at the Natanz uranium enrichment facility on July 2. Iranian officials initially dismissed the fire as a minor workplace malfunction that lightly damaged a tool shed that was still under construction, but satellite photos clearly showed the damage was much more severe.

On Wednesday, the Iranian regime finally admitted the fire inflicted significant damage to the Natanz uranium centrifuge production facility, and finally began muttering about a deliberate campaign of sabotage that demanded an international response. Several Middle Eastern security officials have stated they believe the Israelis sabotaged the facility with a very powerful bomb.

The regime still has not conceded the full extent of the damage at Natanz, which appears to have destroyed almost three-quarters of the main centrifuge assembly hall, damaging that crucial installation so severely that a tear-down and rebuild may be required.

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A Timeline of the Fires and Explosions at Iranian facilities
https://youtu.be/leuoGlvtMiE

Iran explosion: footage shows large blast near military base outside Tehran
https://youtu.be/XC6qO5duEqI

Fire at Iran's Natanz nuclear facility caused significant damage
https://youtu.be/X_lDGr_QqJ4

Iran nuclear fire could hamper centrifuge development
https://youtu.be/jj13qhPh4zk

Deadly blast rocks Tehran hospital
https://youtu.be/Nb1xZL70M90
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