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Fisk: Iran Reborn As Major Middle East Nation after Lausanne



Lausanne talksAfter the nuclear deal with world powers, western writers started to predict how the American – Iranian relations will be in future, considering the agreement a rebirth of Tehran as major power in the Middle East.

“Iran was reborn as a major Middle East nation. The framework could one day return the 36-year-old Islamic Republic to the status of a regional superpower ” Robert Fist wrote in the British The Independent newspaper on Saturday.

The UK author described Iran as “America’s new best friend”, the fact which turned the Saudi Arabia so angry and may seriously damage its privileged alliance with the United States.

“A kingdom that violates human rights in its treatment of women and fails to adapt to any form of free speech was never a ‘natural’ ally of Washington,” Fisk believed.
“If Iran and the West keep their word, however, and the distrust which even Secretary of State John Kerry admits still exists, turns into mutual confidence, then this week’s compromise agreement … could have an enormous political effect on the region. Iran could, over time, become America’s “policeman in the Gulf” as it was under the Shah’s reign,” he further added.

Fisk stated that if Iran-US ties changes into better conditions, the United States will begin to re-examine its relationship with the Wahhabi Saudis who gave the world Osama bin Laden and 15 of the 19 hijackers of 9/11.
As for Syria, Fisk wrote, the Lausanne agreement looks like the best news President Bashar al-Assad has had in Syria.
“Indeed, more and more Arabs will be inclined to believe that his life expectancy could be as long as that of his father, Hafez,” he elaborated.
Regarding the Zionist concerns of the nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic, the British writer concluded his article by asking “How soon will Iran suggest that a Palestinian state should be an important part of its new relationship with America?”

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Zio-Wahhabi Warplanes Intensify Raids ahead of Truce, Use Banned Weapons

Few hours before a planned truce in Yemen, the US-backed Zio-Wahhabi warplanes intensified airstrikes on several areas across the country, with al-Manar correspondent stressing that internationally banned weapons have been used in the brutal attack.Khalil al-Omari, our correspondent in the Yemeni capital, said that the airstrikes on Tuesday hit al-Naqem Mountain and al-Nahda neighborhood in Sanaa.

Saudi raids on Yemen

The strikes killed at least 19 people, the correspondent said, adding that the death toll of the airstrikes which targeted the province of Taez a day earlier reached 34.

Meanwhile, al-Omari quoted Yemeni doctor as saying that the Zio-Wahhabi coalition has been using internationally banned weapons.

“The situation is actually tragic since the aggression is harsh and barbaric,” doctor Kamala Ramima told al-Manar.

He said that the doctors across hospitals in Yemen are saying that the injuries indicate that the US-Zio-Wahhabi coalition is using internationally prohibited weapons.

Zio-Wahhabi attacks come few hours before the five-day humanitarian truce. Earlier on Sunday, Yemeni army and Ansarullah revolutionaries agreed on the ceasefire, but warned against any violation by Zio-Wahhabi or any of its allies.

Yemen has been since March 26 under brutal aggression by Zio-Wahhabi-US coalition. Thousands have been martyred and injured in the attack, with the vast majority of them are civilians.

Riyadh launched the attack on Yemen in a bid to restore power to Yemen’s fugitive CIA agent Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi who is Zio-Wahhabi close ally.

On April 21, Zio-Wahhabi declared the end of the aggression, dubbed “Decisive Strom,” and the start of another campaign called “Restoring Hope.”

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Iranian Commander to US, Saudi: Attacking Aid Ship Will Spark War in the Region

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Deputy Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Brigadier General Massoud Jazzayeri 
warned the United States and Zio-Wahhabi regime that a war would take place in the region 
in case the Iranian ship dispatched to deliver aid to Yemen was attacked.

"The US and Saudi Arabia should know that Iran's self-restraint has a limited,” General 
Jazzayeri told the Arabic-language TV Alalam on Tuesday evening.
"Attacking the Iranian Red Crescent aid ship will spark war in the region,” he said, 
noting that “this fire may not be put out or brought under control."

An Iranian ship carrying humanitarian aid supplies, relief workers and peace activists
 from several countries left the Southern Iranian port city of Bandar Abbas for Yemen on Monday.

"We are a group of relief workers, physicians and peace activists from the US, Europe and 
Germany. We are a part of the Islamic Republic of Iran's Red Crescent Society. We are trying 
to bring medical stuff, flour and water for the Yemeni people," a statement issued by 7 anti-war 
activists aboard the ship said on Monday.

"A large number of physicians and a few journalists from Iran are accompanying us on the ship 
and we intend to deliver 2,500 tons of medical supplies to the Hudaydah port on the Red 
Sea," the statement added according to Fars news agency.

The activists reiterated that everything on the deck has been checked to make sure that there 
is no weapon on the ship.

The anti-war activists also condemned the Saudi fighter jets bombing of the Sana'a airport to 
prevent the delivery of Iran's humanitarian aids to Yemen, and stressed, "Preventing the dispatch 
of humanitarian aid to another country is a flagrant violation of the international laws."

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Tories’ repeal of Human Rights Act


Will spark constitutional crisis, erode civil liberties

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Newly appointed Justice Secretary Michael Gove will push ahead with Conservative plans to repeal the Human Rights Act – a move experts warn could spark a constitutional crisis and blight Britain’s reputation on human rights worldwide.

Conservative Party sources, fresh from last week’s general election victory, told the Guardian the human rights reforms are imminent.

Civil liberty advocates warn the soon-to-be implemented measures would erode the right to life, the right to privacy, the right to a fair trial, the right to protest and the right to freedom from torture and discrimination.

Although the Tories were keen to push ahead with the legal changes during their last term in government, the move was blocked by the party’s ex-coalition partner the Liberal Democrats. But as a majority government, the Conservatives are now poised to push ahead with the reforms.

Central to the Tories’ election manifesto was a pledge to repeal the Human Rights Act (HRA) and significantly curb the power of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Britain. The legal reforms are expected to surface in PM David Cameron’s plans for his first 100 days, which will be outlined in the Queen’s Speech on May 27.

Under these changes, the Conservatives would replace the HRA with a Tory-styled British Bill of Rights. Britain’s Supreme Court would no longer be answerable to the ECHR, with the Strasbourg-based court losing the power to order changes to UK law.

The plans were drawn up in 2014 by then-Secretary of State for Justice Chris Grayling. At the time, Grayling proposed Britain withdraw from the ECHR if the Council of Europe rejects the Conservatives’ British Bill of Rights.

Constitutional crisis

Considerable doubt exists among experts that the Council of Europe, a human rights watchdog responsible for ensuring the Convention is upheld, will accept the Tories’ proposals. As a result, it is widely believed Britain will disengage from the European Convention on Human Rights and undermine Europe’s’ civil liberties framework in the process.

Britain’s withdrawal from the ECHR has been strongly opposed by former Secretary of State for Justice Kenneth Clarke and the UK’s ex-Attorney General Dominic Grieve. Grieve has long condemned the proposal, warning its consequences would be devastating.

In December, he said the government’s threat to potentially abandon the Strasbourg court undermines international law and could fray the constitutional fabric that holds the United Kingdom together. Echoing grieve, analysts warn such a withdrawal would spark a constitutional crisis in the UK.

They suggest the move would be flatly rejected by Nicola Sturgeon’s Scottish Nationalist Party (SNP) and would mean the Conservative government has violated Northern Ireland’s 1998 Good Friday Agreement.

Dr Paul O’Connell, a Reader in Law at the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), says the Conservatives’ proposed bill is shrouded with ambiguity.

“The notion of a British Bill of Rights is still quite vague, and more rhetoric than substance at present,” he told RT on Monday.

O’Connell, whose expertise lies in the field of human rights law, international law and the relationship between law and social change, said repealing the Human Rights Act would prove disruptive for Britain.

O’Connell rejected the notion such a move would breed a constitutional crisis in the UK, but argued the policy change would lead to a “recalibration of the culture of British law.”

“Withdrawing from the ECHR is difficult, it’s hard to imagine that the new government will, in fact, seek to do this,” he said.

“They may, however, take a harder line with decisions from the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), and may lobby other members of the Council of Europe to reform the Court.”

Eroded civil liberties

Mairi Clare Rodgers, media director at human rights group Liberty, argued the Conservatives’ plans to scrap the Human Rights Act hold serious implications.

The Act has proven vital in protecting journalists’ sources, safeguarding British soldiers, offering much needed-answers to grieving families, and holding power to account, she said.

Mairi also emphasized the HRA’s role in defending those who suffer from domestic violence, rape victims and those who require specialist care.

Executive director at Reprieve, Clare Algar, said successive UK governments have undermined Britons’ ability to hold politicians to account.

“We hope that Mr Gove ignores the myths and spin that many others have used against human rights legislation, and considers instead the important central principles,” she told RT.

“This is something which helps defend the weak from the strong, and the individual citizen from the abuses of government.”

Amnesty International UK’s Allan Hogarth said the Human Rights Act has been misrepresented by a series of myths.

“Despite all the myths peddled about the Human Rights Act, this valuable piece of legislation has helped ensure that principles of fair trial, free speech and the right not to be tortured are properly respected in our country,” he told RT.

“Whatever the politicking in the coming weeks, the Human Rights Act should be protected and Michael Gove should stand firm over the Act’s fundamental principles of justice and decency.”

Read more: Human rights debate in Britain is ‘regressive’ – Scottish watchdog

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Zionist Pamela Geller is worse than ISIS



Osama Siblani, publisher of ‘Arab American News,’ the largest and most widely circulated Arab American publication in the United States. He’s been editing/publishing the publication out of Dearborn, Michigan since 1984. 

“She is a hatemonger. She is drawing incitement and violence …“ “Let me talk a little bit about ISIS. ISIS is a hate group exactly like Pamela Geller. She is drawing killers, she makes killers, she is inviting killers to come in.” … “She is worse than ISIS. She is worse than ISIS.”



He is not only blamed Zionist puppet Pamela Gellar for the terror attempt in Garland, but he flat-out said that she, is worse than ISIS. Worse than ISIS.

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Zionist puppet snub Obama’s DC summit


Only two of the six Zionist puppet monarchs invited to attend, will actually attend. The White House was scrambling Monday to put a positive face on an upcoming summit of Persian Gulf states after learning leaders from four of the six invited nations are expected to skip.


While those nations are still sending representatives to the summit being hosted by President Obama later this week at Camp David, the absence of crucial puppet’s — notably, Zio-Wahhabi king — could present an awkward situation for the administration.

But State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf rejected the notion this was a “snub,” and White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest likewise said the administration is “confident” that Zio-Wahhabi regime and other nations will be “ably represented” at the summit.


Earnest confirmed Monday that Zio-Wahhabi King Salman would no longer attend, noting the king originally had accepted the invitation. But Earnest stressed that Zio-Wahhabi regime did not express any concerns to the U.S. before or after the Zionist king’s change in travel plans.

Earnest said the feedback the U.S. has had from Saudi Arabia has been “positive,” and as for speculation that Riyadh might have been trying to send a message to the Obama administration with the change, Earnest said: “If so, that message is not received.” 

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Zio-Wahhabi (ISIS) actual threat or internet hoax?


A group of hackers affiliated with Zio-Wahhabi ISIS are threatening to carry out a cyber attack—dubbed “Message to America”—against a number of targets 2 p.m. EST today. The targets were not identified on ISIS forums and social channels but the hackers are promising something “surprising” that “will frighten America.”



Zio-Wahhabi ISIS supporters calling themselves the Cyber Caliphate hacked into the Twitter account of the United States Central Command in January. Twitter suspended the account detailing the planned attack about 9 a.m. EST.


“Brothers n Sisters if you are in europe stay away from police stations or goverment buildings,” warns another tweet by ‘@71LastTweep’, who also claims that he has, “Done Recording My Final Message, Love You Mom See You in Jannah  Bi’idnillah #LondonAttack.”


The targets were not specifically identified on Zio-Wahhabi forums and social channels, but the hackers are promising something “surprising” that “will frighten America,” according to


Jihadists identifying themselves with the terror group Zio-Wahhabi ISIS are brazenly tweeting about plans to attack yet another major western city under the Twitter hashtag #LondonAttack.


Images and threats posted to the social network include photographs of guns and suicide belts, with one user named ‘Abu Aiman Al kinyi’ warning, “Bismillah we are coming #londonattack.”


“TNT explosive belt full with ball baring shrapnel, imagine how much damage this can do in #UK in a place full of ppl,” states ‘Abu Abdullah Britani’ in another tweet, while another picture of the same device is accompanied with the words, “Very discreet, easy to carry & concealed under the clothing. They’d never know, walk into a police station, TA office.”


Another tweet shows Paddington Underground Station on a map alongside a suicide belt and the words, “Let the reality hit home, the taste of chaos, carnage & bloodshed. #foreignpolicy #QaribanQariba.


“Good idea, planning to use this one very soon #londonattack,” states a tweet by the user ‘@jwilliam384847′ alongside another image of what appears to be an explosive device. “Look at all the ball bearings #londonattack soon inshaAllah,” says another tweet by the same user.


The accounts making these threats have been active for hours although Twitter has yet to shut them down at time of press. Scotland Yard authorities are reportedly aware of the threats.


Meanwhile, Zio-Wahhabi ISIS sympathizers are also promising to carry out a cyber attacked dubbed “Message to America” against a number of targets this afternoon at 2pm EST.

Weeks before the Charlie Hebdo massacre,it was predicted that Saudi Zio-Wahhabi ISIS would attack targets in western (or westernized) countries. Since that time jihadists that were inspired by or who had ties to the terror organization have staged violence in Paris, Sydney, Copenhagen and Texas.

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Human Rights Watch Again Accuses Syria Of “Barrel Bomb” Damage Done By Others


In February we pointed to a Human Rights Watch tweet that showed a picture of the Kurdish-Syrian city Kobane destroyed by U.S. bombing. The HRW tweet falsely claimed that the damage was caused by Syrian government “barrel bombs”.

HRW is at it again. Today Kenneth Ross, director of Human Rights Watch tweeted this:

Neither does the picture fit to anything in Aleppo, nor could the damage shown reasonable have been achieved by “barrel bombs” thrown form helicopters.

The Kenneth Roth tweet links to a video uploaded by some Armanian website owner on May 5.

But as Adam Johnson of points out the picture is a still from a pirated copy of a video produced and uploaded on March 8 by the Danish TV station DR Nyheder. The original caption to that video is:

Unikke tv-optagelser med drone viser omfanget af ødelæggelserne efter Israels bombardement af Gaza i sommer.

The drone video shows the immense damage done by last summer’s Israeli bombing of Gaza.

HRW also used a wrongly attribute picture to claim that a person hurt by Nazis in Ukraine was a victim of the Russian president Putin.

This is thereby at least the third time HRW is using a wrongly attributed pictures to depict current enemies of U.S. imperialism as having causing the damage the U.S. empire and/or its friends have caused.

That is not mere bias by HRW. It is willful fraud.

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The Scottish lions’ roar will be heard and felt in Tel Aviv


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Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon was labelled “Britain’s most dangerous woman” by some sections of the tabloid media during the run up to the General Election. Some people fear that she’s on a mission to break up the United Kingdom in a bid to fulfil her independence ambitions. That may well be the case, but that soubriquet was also used by some of Britain’s most committed members of the pro-Israel lobby whose main national interests lie well beyond these shores. They saw some of their biggest political supporters fall in an astonishing electoral performance by Sturgeon’s Scottish National Party (SNP).

When the polls closed, the dramatic count that followed saw the emergence of a new political landscape. The leader of the Scottish Labour Party, and Israel’s biggest cheerleader next to former Prime Minister Gordon Brown, lost his seat by 3,000 votes. A former chair of Labour Friends of Israel (LFI), Jim Murphy was ousted by the SNP’s Kirsten Oswald in Renfrewshire East.

As the polling dust settled, the SNP had won an unprecedented 56 of the 59 constituencies across Scotland, turning them into Zionist lobby-free zones for the first time in decades. Indeed, the Westminster lobby groups of various political Friends of Israel were heavily depleted following high profile departures from the ranks of MPs which left the Conservatives, Labour and the Liberal Democrats with just one representative in Scotland each. To add to their woes, none of those left standing from the political blitz in Scotland are active supporters of the State of Israel.

A 20-year-old student, Mhairi Black, toppled Labour’s campaign chief Douglas Alexander in Paisley and Renfrewshire South to become the youngest British MP since 1667. Alexander, who has visited Israel with the LFI, was first elected in 1997 in Tony Blair’s landslide victory. He went on to become Minister for Trade, Investment and Foreign Affairs in 2004, until promoted to International Development Secretary by Gordon Brown in 2007 and ending up as Shadow Foreign Secretary under Ed Miliband.

Back in January 2011, LFI chair David Cairns MP said of Alexander’s appointment: “We look forward to working with him and engaging with him on supporting the UK’s close relationship with Israel, promoting a negotiated two state solution, and confronting the threats to regional stability posed by Iran’s illegal nuclear programme and Hamas’s and Hezbollah’s violent militias.”

Former Lib Dem leader Charles Kennedy, who has also addressed Friends of Israel meetings, lost his seat to the SNP in Ross, Skye and Lochaber after representing the constituency for 32 years. Under pressure from the pro-Israel lobby 10 years ago he moved to sack one of his own frontbench MPs, Jenny Tonge, for saying that she could understand why some Palestinians became suicide bombers.

Dr Tonge had said repeatedly that she understood why militant Palestinians were driven to carry out the attacks in the face of the brutality of the Israeli occupation. And she insisted that living in the Middle East might have driven her to do the same. Kennedy “asked” her to stand down as the party’s spokeswoman for children.

“I was just trying to say how, having seen the violence, humiliation and provocation Palestinians live under every day, and have done now for decades,” explained the now Baroness Tonge. “I could understand, I was trying to understand, where they come from. If I had been a mother and a grandmother in Palestine living for decades in that situation, I don’t know, I may very well have become one myself.”

Kennedy had been under predictable and mounting pressure from pro-Israel groups in 2004 to act and his attempts to distance the Lib Dems from her views did not pacify the Zionist groups. Lord Greville Janner, who now faces accusations that he abused children when he was an MP, was at that time a vice-chair of the British-Israel parliamentary group. “The decision of the Liberal Democrats to sack Jenny Tonge is admirable and appropriate,” he said.

Other big hitters who lost their seats in the election included the President of Liberal Democrat Friends of Israel, Sir Alan Beith, MP for Berwick-upon-Tweed. He was the longest-serving Liberal Democrat in the House of Commons, and while Berwick is perched on the English side of the border it was affected directly by the seismic changes in neighbouring Scotland, bringing an end to his 40-year political career in Westminster.

The SNP’s results, which saw the party win 1,454,436 votes, and the perception that there will be calls for a second independence referendum are set to cause David Cameron a major headache as a second term prime minister. Moreover, the arrival of the new Scottish MPs is ringing alarm bells among some of the pro-Israel lobby groups in Westminster and Tel Aviv.

To add to the woes of the lobbyists, just hours after her party’s victory, Nicola Sturgeon’s office sent a message of goodwill to the organisers of a landmark conference in Glasgow this weekend. The “Ending the Scottish Arms Trade with Israel” conference received not only the first minister’s “best wishes” but also heard that although she is “understandably unavailable to speak”, she “hopes that the event will be a success.” That wasn’t all. “As you may be aware,” added Sturgeon, “during the recent conflict in Gaza the Scottish Government wrote to the UK Government urging an embargo on arms sales to Israel. The Scottish Government is a firm friend of Palestine and we will continue to press this issue after the election.”

The Scottish lions’ roar will continue to be heard, and felt, from Westminster to Tel Aviv. With the most pro-Israel British prime minister of all time back in 10 Downing Street, the SNP’s presence in such numbers has got to be positive for the people of Palestine.

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Zionist aid to Nepal was cover for baby trafficking


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The allegation was made by two Spanish-language networks.

I$raHell used its humanitarian aid mission to Nepal as a cover for trafficking 25 Nepalese babies, two Spanish-language networks reported.

Iranian HispanTV and Venezuela’s Telesur networks broadcast the reports. Telesur is the national public television channel in Venezuela, which is rebroadcast throughout Latin America on other public television networks.

HispanTV broadcast the original report, which quotes an unnamed NGO as stating that “Israel uses humanitarian help as a cover for trafficking of 25 babies in Nepal.” Telesur picked up the report last week.

The report stated, correctly, that of the 25 babies that were taken to I$raHell, “15 of them were born through Tammuz, an Zionist surrogacy company which provides services to Zionist couples unable to bear children, particularly homosexual couples.” The other babies also reportedly were born to surrogate mothers for Zionist parents.

The Simon Wiesenthal Center condemned the report.

“The ‘Tehran-Caracas axis’ even perverts humanitarian aid to victims of natural disasters such as the Nepal earthquake, just as they had accused the Zionist medical mission of harvesting body parts in the Haiti catastrophe,” said Zionist Shimon Samuels, director for International Relations of the Wiesenthal Center. “Through these Spanish-language television satellites, Iran foments anti-Semitism across the Americas, just as it sponsors global terrorism, slanders the Holocaust and pursues its nuclear program.

See also:

Israel Accused Of Using Nepal Aid To Cover Baby Trafficking

Iranian TV: Israel used Nepal aid to hide baby trafficking …

NEWEST BLOOD LIBEL: Iranian TV says Israel used Nepal …





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