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Iran Wipe The Floor With Israel…In Chess

I guess this is what the Israeli’s feared all along, that Iran would wipe them off the face of the chess playing world.

Iran’s grandmaster of chess, 28-year-old Ehsan Ghaem Maghami, broke the Guinness world record for simultaneous games yesterday in Tehran. Maghami faced 614 opponents in just over 25 hours — winning 590, or 96 percent of the games. He also paced around the tables for a total of 34 miles.

If approved by the World Chess Federation, Maghami would unseat the former champ, Israeli Alik Gershon, who in October had overtaken another Iranian chess player for the Guinness record. After the marathon day of chess games, Maghami told reporters:

“Iran is great and deserves the best. Let’s not talk politics… even if this record was held by another person, I would have gone all out to break it.”

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Queen Wears Hijab On Abu Dhabi Visit – Shift In Foreign Policy Or Desperation To Sell Weapon Contracts?

The Queen decked out in a hijab visited the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi yesterday.

The 84-year-old queen adjusted the scarf worn over her white hat as she made her way into the prayer hall where, at the door, she was escorted to a covered corner to remove her shoes – a tradition followed by Muslims upon their entrance to mosques.

Inside the mosque, which opened in 2007, the queen listened to children reciting the Koran.

“This visit by the Head of the Church of England to the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is reflective of the multi-faith dialogue and tolerance that is common to both the UAE and UK,” the British embassy said.

“There is a very deep friendship between Her Majesty and the ruling families here.

The relation we have now is based on a common perception of our political interests, a shared analysis of threats and very close business and investment links between our two countries.

This visit is about looking into the future.”

British ambassador Dominic Jermey.

No sooner had that been said, the Gulf’s flag-carrier Qatar Airways were mulling over a new order for more A380 superjumbo jets.

The Telegraph reported on Foreign Secretary William Hague’s decision to reach out to Gulf states in an effort to secure better diplomatic and trade ties meant Britain had to “take on board” Arab foreign policy goals.

Requesting better ties would be a two-way street, not just plea for more defence contracts and exports, they said.

“It will be a six lane highway with movement in both directions,” said one diplomat. “We have to respond to what Gulf States want. If we want a long-term partnership on foreign policy, then changes in our stance have to be part of it.”

But the visit has taken on a more significant, and unusually political context both with the change of government in Britain and increasing tensions with Iran a short distance away on the other side of the Gulf.

Mr Hague set improving relations with the Gulf and India as his first policy goals, and both David Cameron, the prime minister, and Liam Fox, the defence secretary, visited Abu Dhabi within a month of taking office.

That may mean yet further withdrawal of traditional British support for Israel, with criticism of its government already more marked under Mr Hague than it was under New Labour government.

In another indication of the Foreign Office’s new sensitivity to Arab opinion, officials admitted to The Daily Telegraph that policies on the Israel-Lebanon war of 2006, Israel’s invasion of Gaza in 2008-9, and its occupation of the West Bank and settlements policy were “motivators” for the Islamic radicalism that they confronted daily in the Gulf.

The Israeli’s were not pleased to hear this news.

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Have Israel turned Fidel Castro?

The Akh would like to know how “El Jefe” went from saying:

“The State of Israel’s hatred towards the Palestinians is such that it would not hesitate to send 1.5 million men, women and children to the crematoriums in which millions of Jews of all ages were killed, the swastika would seem to be the flag of Israel today”


“I don’t think anyone has been slandered more than the Jews. I would say much more than the Muslims. They have been slandered much more than the Muslims because they are blamed and slandered for everything. No one blames the Muslims for anything.”

Fidel to Ahmadinejad: ‘Stop Slandering the Jews’

Have the zionists done what America has failed to do in all these years and turn Fidel Castro?


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Why Attack Iran?

All the time there is a growing clamour to attack Iran.


Iran has a proven oil and gas reserve worth $85bn

Watch the unmissable interview with Michel Chossudovsky, a Canadian economist and visiting professor of economics at the University of Ottawa, he also heads up the independent think tank Global Research. Chossudovsky believes that the U.S. is planning for war, and in an interview with Russia Today, he outlines the reasons why.


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Are The UK & US Sponsoring Terrorism In Iran?

Iran today announced the capture of Abdul Malak Rigi, leader of terrorist group Jundallah.

Abdul Malak Rigi was seen at an American base a day earlier and on his person he was carrying a passport issued by the U.S.

Iran has long claimed that Jundallah was backed by the United States as part of an ongoing proxy war meant to pressure the Islamic Republic. Iran’s Intelligence Minister Heydar Moslehi showed a photo of Abdulmalak Rigi on state television and said it was taken at the “headquarters of Americans in Afghanistan” 24 hours before his capture. Moslehi also showed an identity card and passport purporting to belong to Rigi that he said were issued by the U.S.

“We warn the U.S and British intelligence services that they should stop underwriting terrorists, we have strong evidence proving Abdulmalak Rigi was enjoying support from U.S., England and some other European countries.”

Moslehi stated in a televised interview.

In 2007, ABC News revealed in a programme titled “The Secret War Against Iran” that a Pakistani group called the Jundullah has been “encouraged and advised by American officials since 2005.” The report also revealed that the US officials had ordered Jundullah to ‘stage deadly guerrilla raids inside the Islamic Republic, kidnap Iranian officials and execute them on camera’, all as part of a ‘programmatic objective to overthrow the Iranian government’.

A 2007 Sunday Telegraph report revealed that the CIA had created Jundullah to achieve ‘regime change in Iran’. The report said it was the very same US intelligence outfit that had tried to destabilise Iran by ‘supplying arms-length support’ and ‘money and weapons’ to Jundullah.

Former Pakistan Army Chief General Mirza Aslam Baig has said that the United States is providing training facilities to the people of Jundallah, in Balochistan so that these people could create unrest in the area and affect Iran-Pakistan relations.

Devlin Buckley, at The American Monitor, on 25 April 2007, pointed out that Jundullah was also linked to the Liquid Air Bomb Plot of 2006.

Both U.S. and British officials have claimed that the boss of the Jundullah is Matiur Rehman.

Rehman is reportedly a member of Al CIAda and was reportedly involved in the liquid bomb plot.

Abdul Hamid Rigi, second in command of Jundullah and brother of it’s captured leader Abdul Malak, has previously stated that:

“Since 1382 (2003), Jundullah members have been involved in fifty to sixty terrorist operations, including mass murder, hostage takings, bombings, raids, car thefts, and other acts of sabotage against civilians and the government.”

Jundullah leader Abdulmalik Rigi received $100,000 from US operatives to fuel sectarianism in Iran in just one of their meetings, his brother has said.

“My brother Abdulmalik met several times with US forces in Pakistan, I myself took part in one of those meetings, where we discussed recruitment, training, infiltrating Iran and methods of inflaming Sunni-Shia sectarianism for three hours. In that meeting, the Americans gave my brother $100,000”

Abdulhamid also said that during the meeting in question, his brother had asked for computer and satellite equipment, which he used to recruit young Sunni Baluchies. According to Jundullah’s former number two, young men were attracted to the group because it sought to portray itself as an Islamic and Jihadist movement.

Abdulmalik Rigi admitted during an interview with a US-based satellite TV station that his group collaborated with another anti-Iranian terrorist group, the Mojahedin Khalq Organization (MKO).

“They (MKO) inform us about the regime’s activities in our areas of operations and let us know of the regime’s forces in these districts and send us most of the intelligence of our interest by email and messages”

The MKO is listed as a terrorist organization by the US, Iran, and Iraq. Nevertheless, the US government has still not classified Jundullah as a proscribed terrorist organisation.

The US & UK at the behest of their client, Israel, has been trying desperately to effect regime change in Iran, under the pretext of Iran’s nuclear aims.

They tried the “Dove” tactics of undermining the elections in Iran and supporting the opposition to rally, while at the same time supporting a corrupted election so their puppet in Afghanistan could get a second term.

When the “Doves” fail, it’s always left to the “Jackals” to get the job done. There have been several cases of “American or western hitchikers” being arrested in Iran, which should be read as black op agents operating clandestinely for a foreign intelligence agency.


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