Posts Tagged ‘iranian’
Thanks to the new “democracy” in Egypt, there is now an Iranian warship in the Mediterranean Sea. It just passed through the Suez Canal with the blessings of the new military government. Egypt has not allowed an Iranian ship through since 1979. The warship is escorting a cargo ship deemed to be carrying long-range missiles for Hizbullah, to be unloaded at a seaport in Syria. The missiles are intended to be used against Israel.
It is against international law and UN resolutions to transport arms to Hizbullah in Syria…any United Nations member-state has the right to board and inspect the suspect ship.
Tags: hizbullah, iranian, israel, missiles, Syria, warship
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Has this cyber-monster effectively crippled Iran’s nuclear program?…
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Or, maybe not???
Taking the military option for destroying Iran’s nuclear ambitions off the table just might NOT be the wisest step right now…
Here’s some food for thought as to why this is true…
We must prevent a nuclear-armed Iran at all costs…and RIGHT NOW!!!
Also…Israeli hi-tech helps out Ohio during rough economic times…
All this and more on “The Marty Roberts Show”…
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Tags: centrifuge, early bird, hi-tech, Iran, iranian, israel, marty roberts, nuclear, ohio, podcast, stuxnet, virus, worm
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Although I don’t really like the taste of this story,,,why SHOULDN’T girls be allowed to play soccer wearing a head covering???
FIFA never really gave a good reason for NOT allowing the Iranian girls team to wear the hijab-head covering..maybe because there really isn’t any good reason…
Let freedom ring…(as long as the Muslims don’t threaten to start rioting unless EVERY girl wears one…)
The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) overruled an earlier verdict banning Iran’s female footballers from observing Islamic code of dressing in the Olympic Games in Singapore, and allowed Iranian women footballers to wear Islamic dress during the competitions
Reprinted from FARS News Agency
Earlier in March, FIFA had banned the Iranian women football squad wearing Hijab from participating in the inaugural Youth Olympic Games (YOG) which will be held from August 14 to 26 in Singapore.
Following the announcement, Head of Iran’s Football Federation Ali Kaffashian along with Member of the Federation’s International Relations Omid Jamali travelled to Switzerland to meet FIFA President Sepp Blater and FIFA Secretary-General Jerome Valcke on April 14.
The Iranian side could convince Blater and Valcke that the Iranian girls’ new wearing would not violate FIFA rules, noting that the entire world should respect Muslims’ rights and consider Islamic rules and values as a crucial factor when dealing with the Muslim countries’ women football teams.
Following the discussions in Switzerland, FIFA wrote a letter to Kaffashian, announcing its agreement with the Iranian girls’ Islamic code of dressing.
In its letter, FIFA said that if the hat covers the hair without violating the game’s rules and the girl footballers can use it, participation of the Iranian girls in the Olympic competitions in Singapore will be unimpeded.
FIFA also ordered the relevant bodies to take all the requirements to register the Iranian under-15 female footballers, stressing that there is no problem for the participation of the Iranian girls in the Singapore Olympic games.
Tags: fifa, head covering, hijab, iranian, muslim, soccer
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