Archiv für den Monat März 2012

Roundup of Today’s International News 26/03/12

Iran oil exports fall as sanctions take toll
Iranian oil exports have fallen significantly in March, industry sources said on Friday, as some buyers stop or scale back purchases to abide by Western sanctions aimed at slowing Tehran’s nuclear program.

Ahmadinejad urges unity against ‘aggression’
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called on regional powers Sunday to unite against “aggression” as he gathered with his counterparts from Afghanistan and Pakistan for security talks.

Iran to boost monthly cash payments as inflation bites
Iran is boosting the monthly cash payments it gives to its citizens by more than fifty percent, the Iranian Labour News Agency reported, as soaring inflation and the depreciating Rial continue to bite deep into the national economy.

UN gives Iran human rights investigator second year
The United Nations renewed the mandate of its human rights investigator for Iran on Thursday, but Russia and China voted against the resolution that expressed „serious concerns“ about a country said to have the highest per capita execution rate in the world. Lies den Rest dieses Beitrags


Iranians we love you

Marjan Kandi – Mano Bebakhsh (AMAZING)

Iranian girl sings about her love for Iran

A Love Letter From Israel to Iran

Français · Des Israéliens aux Iraniens : „Nous ne vous bombarderons jamais, nous vous aimons“
Malagasy · ùtaratasim-pitiavana Avy Amin’i Israely Ho An’i Iran
Español · Carta de amor de Israel a Irán
Έλληνικά · Γράμμα αγάπης από το Ισραήλ προς το Ιράν
polski · List miłosny od Izraela do Iranu
русский · Любовное послание изралитян иранцам
عربي · إسرائيليّون يبعثون برسالة حبّ إلى الإيرانيّين
Svenska · Kärleksbrev från Israel till Iran
Italiano · Scambi di lettere d’amore fra Iran e Israele via Facebook

“I never met an Iranian”

Ronny from Tel Aviv in Israel writes:

To the Iranian people
To all the fathers, mothers, children, brothers and sisters. For there to be a war between us, first we must be afraid of each other, we must hate. I’m not afraid of you, I don’t hate you. I don’t even know you. No Iranian ever did me no harm. I never even met an Iranian… Just one in Paris in a museum. Nice dude… I see sometime here, on the TV, an Iranian. He is talking about war. I’m sure he does not represent all the people of Iran… If you see someone on your TV talking about bombing you… be sure he does not represent all of us. To all those who feel the same, share this message and help it reach the Iranian people.

Love from Iran to Israel by Navid Mashayekhi Beauty beyond culture

A message from an Iranian lady says:

Hi Pushpin, I am an Iranian lady. I just saw your warm and beautiful message to my country mates. Reading your message brought tears to my eyes and warmness to my heart. Just wanted to ensure you, we all Iranians feel the same, we just want peace and beauty on the earth, we hate war and slaughter, we all are the parts of one body and it hurts when you see a human suffering since she or he is a part of your soul. I have been always curious about you guys if you hate us, because I have been sure that the actual face of Iranians would not be introduced to you guys… All in all, just would like to thank you for your beautiful message and say that we all love you because you are our brothers and sisters. The only thing that matters is your beautiful heart not your culture, language, skin color, religion or homeland.

Iran Israel – Iranians We Love You Part III

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Israel Loves Iran – Part II

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Wir lieben Euch! Iran & Israel


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One person’s story: Mr. Hossein Vahdat-e Haq

Mr. Hossein Vahdat-e Haq


AGE 56




EDUCATION university diploma

OCCUPATION engineering and science professional


AFFILIATION no political affiliation

DATE OF EXECUTION February 28, 1982

LOCATION Tehran, Iran


CHARGES Religious offense Lies den Rest dieses Beitrags

tehranbureau: Hard Lives for Afghans in Iran

Official repression, private abuse, and widespread prejudice magnify plight.

With rising unemployment and an increasingly strained economy, the Iranian government and many of the country’s people seek the root cause of their problems in external factors. One of the favorite explanations many have latched onto of late is the presence of over two million displaced Afghans in Iran.


Despite the fact that most of the jobs taken by Afghans hold little appeal for Iranians, the Islamic Republic’s government, hand in hand with opportunistic business owners, has introduced an array of restrictions against resident Afghans, included prohibitions against the schooling of Afghan children, nonjudicial deportations, and refusal of official recognition of marriages between Afghans and Iranians. Lies den Rest dieses Beitrags

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