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Sunday, November 29, 2015

Tucson Az - Robbery suspect and Chihuahua ( wanted )

Tucson police are searching for a man who brought his Chihuahua with him to rob a bank.

Police said the man approached a Chase Bank teller in a Fry's grocery store at about 10 a.m. Friday and placed a shopping basket containing a white Chihuahua puppy on the counter.
The man demanded money from two bank tellers and received an undisclosed amount of cash before fleeing with his dog, according to Sgt. Pete Dugan, a Tucson Police Department spokesman.
Dugan said the robber did not display a weapon and no one was injured.

Saturday, November 28, 2015

Tucson Az -female bank robber wanted

Tucson police are seeking the public's help in identifying a woman, who was captured on a surveillance camera, robbing a bank Saturday.
Shortly before 10 a.m. Oct. 10, the woman entered the Bank of America branch at 6245 E. Broadway, and approached a teller, according to a Tucson Police Department Facebook post.
The woman approached the teller implying she had a weapon and demanded money from the register, police said.
The teller gave the woman an undisclosed amount of money and she walked out of the bank, said police.
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The woman was described as white and in her early 20s. She was about 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighed about 200 pounds. She wore a blonde wig.

Tucson -Az armed robbery suspect wanted

 Authorities are looking for the man who allegedly robbed a bank just outside of Marana Friday night.
Authorities are looking for this man, who allegedly robbed a bank just outside of Marana Friday night. (Source: Pima County Sheriff's Department)
the man was armed with a handgun when he walked into the Wells Fargo Bank in the 3700 block of West Cortaro Farms Road around 6 p.m.
Authorities are looking for this man, who allegedly robbed a bank just outside of Marana Friday night. (Source: Pima County Sheriff's Department)
Lt. Doug Hanna, spokesman for the Pima County Sheriff's Department, said the suspect is 6 feet tall with a slim build. He was wearing a bomber-style jacket, mask and jeans.Lt. Doug Hanna, spokesman for the Pima County Sheriff's Department, said the suspect is 6 feet tall with a slim build. He was wearing a bomber-style jacket, mask and jeans.

Newborn baby left in church Nativity scene

Russia - ISIS moves ,oil, wheat and cotton through Turkey

MOSCOW, November 27. /TASS/. Islamic State gunmen receive weapons from Turkey, Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem said on Friday after talks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.
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"Turkey is hand in glove with terrorist groups against Syria on ideological grounds as it considers these groups as a kind of offsprings of the Ottoman Empire," he said "Turkey continues to ensure export and transportation of oil stolen by the Islamic State from Syria and Iraq. This oil subsequently goes to ports in other countries. The same situation is with wheat and cotton, which are stolen by the Islamic State from Syria and delivered to Turkey. Moreover, plants and factories that used to work in Aleppo were dismounted to be re-assembled in Turkey."
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"In exchange, Islamic state gunmen receive weapons and are granted safe passage. They don’t have to be parachuted in Syria," the Syrian top diplomat said. Gunmen from more than 100 countries receive weapons and logistics support from Turkey," he said. "Turkey offers medical service to them and provides shelter."
The Syrian minister said he hoped cooperation between Russia’s Aerospace Forces and the Syrian army "will put an end to [Turkish President Recep Tayyip] Erdogan’s dreams and ambitions."

Friday, November 27, 2015

Trump makes fun of " Disabled people " , (Moron)

Jewish Rabbi and Muslim man get in fight (video)

Maryam Rajavi: Main source of violence against women is Islamic fundamentalism

24 November 2015
Women must rise up against this phenomenon
Maryam Rajavi's message on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women – 25 November 2015:
The International Day for elimination of Violence against Women is a proper occasion to expose a disgraceful, misogynous regime founded on suppression of women and discrimination against them.
For the past 37 years, Iranian women have been subjected to injustice, the most inhumane violence and discrimination in all areas of their life under the banner of Islam and in the name of God. 
On this day, we pay homage to tens of thousands of heroic women that were tortured and executed in their struggle against religious fascism ruling Iran.
We honor the memory of young women like Reyhaneh and Farinaz who gave their lives by standing against this brutal regime.
And courageous women who have stood up to this regime and endured much suffering in jail and under torture.
We also remember women who were victims of acid attacks and millions of other women who have been humiliated and mistreated because they are women.
Violence and insecurity impact the lives of Iranian women round the clock due to the binding dress code and the suppressive laws on women.
Every hour, two to three women are taken to court on charges of improper veiling. Every day, thousands of women receive warnings from the police for mal-veiling.
Violence and terrorism exported by the mullahs’ regime have also affected millions of Iraqi and Syrian women who are suffering every day and have been forced to leave their homeland.
There is no doubt that the wave of pain and anger of Iranian women as well as all the women of the region will overthrow this regime.
The prime source of violence against women in today’s world is Islamic fundamentalism and terrorism. Misogyny is the core of their ideology. Therefore women must rise up against this phenomenon.
Dear friends,
Less than a month ago, 24 members of the PMOI, the main Iranian opposition movement, lost their lives under a heavy rocket attack directed by the Iranian regime on the defenseless Camp Liberty in Iraq, where some 2000 PMOI members are residing. They included Nayereh Rab'ii. Sixteen more of these women were killed in the previous attacks and six women were taken hostage.
Women of the Iranian Resistance who have been able to advance the movement in difficult circumstances despite being under an inhuman siege, represent the Iranian women's steadfastness and desires.
We seek a republic based on separation of religion and state, pluralism and peace, a non-nuclear Iran without the death penalty.
As far as women's rights and freedoms are concerned, we emphasize that women must enjoy equal rights and basic freedoms including equal participation in political leadership.
Women will be free in choosing their clothing and the law on forced veiling will be abolished.
In tomorrow's Iran, all forms of violence against women and Sharia laws will be eliminated.

Thursday, November 26, 2015

Putin says Turkey’s "treacherous stab in the back" unexplainable

MOSCOW, November 26. /TASS/. Russian President Vladmir Putin says Turkey is deliberately steering the relations with Russia into a dead end, as neither apologies nor compensation proposals for the downed plane have been announced so far.
"We have not heard yet apologies from the highest political level of Turkey. Nor do we hear proposals to repair the damage or promises to punish the perpetrators for the committed crime," Putin said. He added that "one gets the impression that the Turkish leadership is deliberately steering the Russian-Turkish relations into the dead end, this is regrettable."
The president noted that "what happened two days ago in the sky over Syria runs counter to common sense and international law: the aircraft was shot down over Syrian territory."
The head of state stressed that Russia regards as utterly unexplainable the treacherous stabs in the back it gets from those it had regarded as partners in the struggle with terrorism.
"We see as absolutely unexplainable the treacherous stabs in the back from those we had seen as our partners and allies in the anti-terrorist struggle," he said, adding that he was referring to the incident of two days ago, when the Turkish Air Force shot down a Russian frontline bomber Sukhoi-24. The president was speaking at a ceremony of receiving credentials from newly-appointed foreign ambassadors on Thursday.
Russia’s Su-24M bomber was shot down on Tuesday by an air-to-air missile fired by an F-16 fighter jet of the Turkish Air Force. One pilot was killed while the other was rescued and taken to the Russian air base. During the operation to rescue the pilot, a Mi-8 helicopter was damaged by gunfire and a soldier was killed.

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

(Syria ) Russian helicopter hit with TOW missile near Su-24 crash site

15 yr old "native american ", speaks to the U.N

NCRI -IRAN: Children are being sold for under $60

NCRI – Children are being sold for under 60 dollars outside hospitals in south of Tehran, a city official has said.
“New born babies are being sold between 100,000 to 200,000 Tomans (27 to 54 U.S. Dollars) in areas near hospitals in south of Tehran,” Fatemeh Daneshvar, the head of Social Committee of Tehran’s City Council has said, according to a report published by state-run news agency IRNA on Saturday.
The children belong to the families of poor and women who leave in streets of the capital city.
Despite official acknowledgment by city officials, the head of police in Greater Tehran Area denies his office receiving any report on the sale of children in the streets of the capital city.
Recently a senior official of the regime acknowledged that at least 20,000 homeless Iranians are living in cardboard boxes on the streets of Tehran, even as the real number of homeless people in the Iranian capital is believed to be several times the official figure.
Iran holds one tenth of the world’s proven oil reserves and has the second largest global natural gas reserves.
The vast proportion of Iran’s revenue are being spent on export of terrorism and fundamentalism to the region and on the regime’s nuclear weapons projects.
As economists have reported, from 2005 to 2008, Iran’s oil export revenue amounted to $244 billion, equalling the 13 preceding years from 1992 to 2004. That’s close to $500 billion in just 17 years.

Kremlin has no official information yet about fate of pilots of Su-24 shot down in Syria

SOCHI, November 24. /TASS/. The Kremlin has no official information about the fate of pilots of the Russian Su-24 aircraft shot down today by Turkish Air Force in Syria.
"No official information is available," press secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov said on Tuesday. "Reliable information in this case can only be from the defense ministry," he added.


The Kremlin’s representative added he has no information about an alleged attack against the Russian helicopter in Syria. "I do not know; I am unaware of any statements made by the Defense Ministry in this regard. We look up to the Russian Defense Ministry and urge everyone to look up to them because such an abundance of unnamed sources gives rise to an immense amount of misinformation," Peskov said.

Saturday, November 21, 2015

Honduras Denies That Syrian Detainees Have Links with Extremists


TEGUCIGALPA – The Honduran government said on Thursday that the five Syrians arrested two days ago at Tegucigalpa’s Toncontin airport as they were trying to travel to the United States using stolen Greek passports have no links with terrorist groups.

“It’s been completely ruled out that (the arrested Syrian men) belong to a violent group,” the director of the National Immigration Institute, Carolina Menjivar, told reporters.

The detainees, who have not been publicly identified, arrived on Tuesday night at Toncontin airport on a flight from Costa Rica and their ultimate destination evidently was to be the United States.

The men have been held since Wednesday at a police station in the Honduran capital and will be placed at the disposal of the Attorney General’s Office on charges of falsification of documents.

The arrested men left Greece and traveled through “Peru (and) Costa Rica, until they arrived in Honduras,” Menjivar said.

Four of the men “are university students and the other holds a university degree,” said the official, who insisted that the Syrians “do not belong to any body or entity that engages in violence, nor do they have criminal records in their (homeland).”

She said, in addition, that the arrested men “cannot request asylum” in Honduras because they tried to enter the Central American country on stolen passports.

The Honduran government reported on Wednesday in an official communique that it had turned the case of the five Syrians over to Interpol.

Last Friday, Honduran authorities arrested another Syrian citizen at the Toncontin airport.

The man was detained for investigation and after determining that he was carrying a false passport he was refused entry by Honduran authorities and the following day he traveled to Paraguay, but later he was arrested in Argentina with a stolen passport, the Honduran government said.

The National Immigration Institute emphasized that it has a biometric security system in place that enabled authorities to arrest the six Syrians when they tried to enter the country with false documentation.

Syrian Woman Arrested for Using Greek Passport in Costa Rica



SAN JOSE – Costa Rican police on Thursday arrested a Syrian woman who entered the country earlier this week on a stolen Greek passport, a case similar to the one that occurred this week in Honduras, where five Syrian men using Greek passports were taken into custody.

The arrest was carried out by the Public Force at a small San Jose hotel and the woman is being held while authorities investigating her case determine the legal and immigration implications.

The Syrian woman arrived in Costa Rica on Tuesday from Argentina and identified herself as Maria Pirri, a spokesman for the Public Security Ministry told EFE.

The spokesman said that the woman is being held while Interpol confirms her identity and determines if she has any criminal record or pending legal matters.

Costa Rican authorities confirmed that the Greek passport had been reported to be “lost” in Greece and that it had been altered with a photo of the Syrian woman.

The woman will face charges of using a false document, a crime for which she could face up to six years in prison, and at this time she is being held on the order of the Costa Rican Attorney General’s Office.

The AG’s Office will also determine if any immigration official facilitated her entry into the country, given that an Interpol alert had been put out on the passport in question, prosecutor Celso Gamboa told reporters.

Costa Rica is investigating whether or not the woman has any link with the case in Honduras, where two days ago five Syrian men were arrested in the Tegucigalpa airport carrying stolen Greek passports.

The Costa Rican Immigration Directorate confirmed that the five men had been in Costa Rica from Nov. 11-17.

The Honduran government said Thursday that the five men were intending to travel to the United States on the stolen Greek passports but do not have any links with terrorist groups.

Thousands of people have been fleeing from Syria since the civil war broke out there in 2011. That conflict has left over 250,000 people dead and 13 million refugees, according to UN figures

Three Killed in Restaurant Shooting in Western Mexico



GUADALAJARA, Mexico – At least three people were killed and one was wounded in a restaurant shooting in Guadalajara, capital of the western Mexican state of Jalisco, state prosecutors said.

Several armed men burst into the restaurant and killed three people seated at a table, local media reported, adding that the assailants fled the scene in an SUV.

The state Attorney General’s Office has not yet confirmed the media reports but it said Thursday that its personnel were not the victims, as had been initially reported.

One other diner was seriously wounded and rushed to a local hospital.

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Wild Bill " Take down all Mosque's" ?

Washington Times: Maryam Rajavi condemns Paris attacks

NCRI - The Washington Times on Wednesday, November 18, 2015 carried the position of Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), on Page A3 regarding how to tackle the threat of Islamic fundamentalism following the Paris attacks last week.
The full page coverage is entitled: “Iran Opposition Leader Maryam Rajavi Condemns Paris Terror Attacks, Urges Firmness To Defeat Extremist Islam whether the Shiite or Sunni Variants”
The November 13, 2015 deadly terrorist attacks in Paris claimed the lives of 129 innocent people and wounded hundreds more.

Iran: regime agent's murder 17 year old protester

Ahvaz protest
A group of youths in Ahvaz gathered and staged a protest on Friday, November 13th an attack staged by Khamenei’s foot-soldiers on the Lashkar Abad district and murdering a young man by the name of Ali Jalali. He was 17 and busy working at a bakery when murdered by the regime’s agents.The teenager died while he was attempting to prevent the regime security forces from confiscating his food stall and the foodstuffs he was selling, which were his sole source of income. 
Friday’s rally in Ahvaz began from the college campus and the protesters intended to demonstrate to Lashkar Abad when they were faced with a vicious attack by repressive state police.

SLICK Islamic State (ISIS) rap video threatens New York City

Monday, November 16, 2015

Maryam Rajavi: Our hearts bleed for the French nation

On behalf of the Iranian people and Resistance for freedom and democracy, I strongly condemn the terrorist attacks and massacre of defenseless people in Paris.
I extend my condolences to the French President, government and people on these attacks which are true examples of crime against humanity.
I express my sympathies to the families of the victims.
Today, our hearts bleed for the French nation.
The people of Iran can deeply feel the bitterness of these crimes.
Message by Maryam Rajavi (in English)
They understand the feelings of the French people in these difficult moments and share your grief, since for 37 years they have been suffering under the religious and terrorist dictatorship which is the Godfather of ISIS.
Today, the conscience of humanity is in shock and disbelief for how such crimes could be committed in the name of God and in the name of religion.
Fundamentalism under the name of Islam has nothing to do with this religion, whether it is under the pretext of Shiite extremism and religious tyranny of velayat-e faqih or under the pretext of Sunni and by the name of Daesh (or ISIS).
Such anti-human crimes have nothing to do with Islam and such evil is the enemy of peace and mankind wherever it be.
Crimes committed by the religious fascism ruling Iran, including 120,000 political executions, hostage-taking and export of terrorism, have nothing to do with Islam and Iranian people.
For this reason, I call on all Muslims to strongly condemn this crime and do not allow the conduct of these criminal terrorists to be accounted for Islam and Muslims.
I also call on you to stand firm against such extremism which is against the true teachings of Islam.
The Assad regime in Syria and its prime sponsor, namely the mullah regime ruling Iran, are the main source of social and political backing for ISIS, by their killing of 300,000 innocent people and by forcing more than half of the Syrian population out of their land.
As long as this dictatorship rules in Damascus with the backing of the religious fascism ruling Iran, ISIS will continue to survive and export its bloodbaths from the Middle East to Europe.
At the same time, Iran's ruling mullahs who are the first to benefit from these crimes, brazenly blame the French government for these attacks.
Based on what they published today in the official news agency of the IRGC, their demand is for France to give up its firmness against the Assad dictatorship in light of the November 13th massacre and instead "coordinate its efforts with Islamic countries", namely the Tehran mullahs.
In such circumstances, it is ever more necessary for France to persist on the removal of Bashar Assad from power and be ever more decisive in resolving the Syrian crisis.
Experience has shown that the most effective and the only principled and correct method of dealing with terrorists is to be decisive.
My most sincere sympathies to the people of France and my heartfelt prayers for the recovery of the injured.

Sunday, November 15, 2015

Jihad's threaten same Paris theater in 2008

Angry french people carry 'Explode Islamists' banners

Paris- Mourners Panic at Memorial and run (video)

Cruz: Obama is ‘not interested’ in protecting the U.S.

The Hill – Nov. 14, 2015 - Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) says he thinks President Obama is “not interested” in protecting the United States from terror attacks. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas)

“I recognize that Barack Obama does not wish to defend this country. He may have been tired of war, but our enemies are not tired of killing us,” Cruz said in a “Fox and Friends” interview. 
 
 He said Obama’s foreign policy has driven the world more in to the hands of terrorists.  
 
Cruz, a 2016 Republican presidential candidate, accused the president of ignoring the threats posed by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in light of a coordinated set of attacks in Paris on Friday. 
 
He said Obama “doesn’t recognize that enemies of America want to kill us.”
 
Cruz’s interview came after an attack in Paris left at least 129 people dead Friday. ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack. 
 
Cruz said as president, he would focus on attacking and destroying ISIS and other terrorist groups. 
“It is not random, unconnected extremism, it is a particular form — radical Islamism — that takes the view that anyone that doesn’t embrace their radical psalmist view should be murdered or forcibly converted,” he said.  
 
“That’s what we’re seeing happening in Paris, it’s what we’re seeing happening in Israel, and I’m sorry to tell you, this will be coming to America. ISIS plans to bring these acts of terror to America.”

Iran - Female Journalist get's 3 year's in prison for insulting Khamenei

On Tuesday, an Iranian judge who is well-known for handing down harsh sentences for journalists sentenced Solmaz Ikdar, 33, to three years in prison for allegedly insulting Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and promulgating propaganda against the state.
Solmaz Ikdar journalists sentenced to three years in prison

According to reports, Judge Mohammad Moghiseh handed down the sentence. Ikdar has reportedly worked for a range of publications in Iran, including Farhikhtegan, Mardom-e Emruz, Aseman, Bahar, and Sharq. She was stopped at an airport on June 18 of this year and taken to Gharchak Prison, where she spent one night and was reportedly hit with another charge of insulting regime officials.
Solmaz was formally convicted on November 10. 
Solmaz was taken to Gharchak Prison, where she stayed one night. There they charged her with insulting regime officials, and she was convicted by a non-criminal court and ordered to pay a fine, which her family could not afford.
Her mother, Shahrzad Garschi, said that while she intends to appeal against the verdict, they “do not have much hope.”
This latest arrest is reportedly part of a “new crackdown on freedom of expression and the media” by Iranian intelligence and security officials, according to Ahmed Shaheed, U.N. special rapporteur on Iran. Iran’s human rights record has grown significantly worse under Hassan Rouhani .
Judge Moghiseh is known to be among six judges–four with Iran’s revolutionary court and two appeal judges–who are complicit in violating international treaties to which the Islamic Republic of Iran is a signatory. Some of these violations include holding trials behind closed doors which last mere minutes, intimidating defendants, depriving prisoners of access to lawyers, and even going so far as refusing to disclose the date and time of the actual trial to the defendants’ attorneys.
These judges have reportedly also violated Iran’s own Constitution, which calls for a fair trial.
According to The Guardian, these judges are Abolghassem Salavati, Mohammad Moghiseh, former justices Yahya Pirabbasi and Hassan Zareh Dehnavi (known as Judge Haddad), and appeal judges Hassan Babaee and Ahmad Zargar.
“This group is among the most notorious judges in Iran,” Mahmood Amiry-Moghaddam, an Iranian human rights activist in Norway, told the paper. “They are known for their politicized verdicts, unfair trials [and] sentencing prisoners based on confessions made under duress.”
The U.N. special rapporteur on Iran, Ahmed Shaheed, told Reuters that at least 45 journalists were in custody in Iran as of this April, one of the highest rates worldwide.
On Wednesday, several United Nations human rights investigators reportedly called on Iran to cease arresting, harassing, and prosecuting journalists and other activists to pave the way for free debate ahead of February’s parliamentary elections. Reuters notes that they called upon the Islamic Republic to release all journalists.
Additionally, Reuters notes that five journalists were arrested on November 2 by plainclothes members of the IRGC’s intelligence units and accused of taking part in an infiltration network and seeking to undermine Iran on behalf of Western governments.

Friday, November 13, 2015

Crimea’s head denies homicide attempts rumours as nonsense

SIMFEROPOL, November 10 /TASS/. Sergey Aksyonov, the head of the Republic of Crimea, has described as nonsense the allegations of Ukrainian parliament deputy Refat Chubarov that the Russian security services were preparing homicide attempts on some Crimean officials.
"I am refusing to comment this nonsense," Aksyonov told journalists.
Earlier, Chubarov, a leader of the Crimean Tatar Mejilis, which is unregistered in Russia, wrote on his page in social networks that the Russian security services were nurturing a plan of extermination of prominent Crimean leaders, including First Vice-Premier Mikhail Sheremet and Crimean Parliament Vice-Speaker Remzi Ilyasov.
Sergey Aksyonov, the head of the Republic of Crimea
Earlier, the leader of the Crimean Tatar Mejilis wrote on his page in social networks that the Russian security services were nurturing a plan of extermination of prominent Crimean leaders

Criminal proceedings have been initiated against Chubarov on charges of calls for changing Russia’s territorial integrity. At first, a court banned Chubarov from entering Russia for five years but later the republic’s prosecutor Natalya Poklonskaya ordered to lift the ban.
Chubarov and his associates initiated the idea to impose a food blockade on Crimea. The Mejilis activists and their supporters from Ukraine’s Right Sector extremist movement, which is banned in Russia, have been blocking all Ukrainian trucks bound for Crimea since September 20. The Crimean authorities, in turn, have said that the blockade has produced no impact either on the range of goods or the prices.

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Shock in Argentina over 13-Year-Old Who Will Be Mother for 2nd Time



BUENOS AIRES – The pregnancy of a 13-year-old girl who has already given birth once before is rocking Argentine society, given that – in addition – authorities are investigating whether her situation was brought about by being raped by her mother’s partner, local media reported.

The girl, whose name has not been made public, had been living with her 32-year-old mother, her stepfather and an 11-year-old sister in a rural part of central Santa Fe province.

She had become pregnant before at age 12 and the father of the first baby is not known, but it is suspected that this second pregnancy could be the result of rape committed by “an in-law, the partner of her mother,” prosecutor Paula Borello told Radio Venado Tuerto.

Borello said that the case was opened “because the school reported it, as a result of the girl’s absence.”

From interviews conducted with the girl and her family, authorities developed the hypothesis that she has a link with an adult male, Borello said.

The prosecutor’s office is investigating “how long the relationship has been going on,” since the girl “evidently was abused earlier than the incident about which we learned,” she said.

In addition, the prosecutor ordered DNA studies to determine the paternity of the first baby, who was born a few months ago, and authorities are waiting for the second birth to perform genetic exams on the newborn.

Furthermore, authorities decided – in an unusual move – to remove both the girl and her sister “from the home where they lived” and have them transferred to the house of a relative, the prosecutor said.

ISIL claims responsibility for bloody Beirut bomb blasts

Palestinian killed as Israeli forces mount undercover raid Hebron hospital

NCRI- Iranians plan to denounce Rouhani’s trip to Paris

On November 16, the Iranian regime’s President Hassan Rouhani will arrive in France for a two-day visit. A major rally and march have been organized to coincide with the visit. Protestors will seek to draw attention to the dramatic increase in the number of executions since Rouhani took office, as well as the recent rocket attack on Camp Liberty, where thousands of Iranian dissidents reside in Iraq.
Demonstrators will also address the Iranian regime’s export of terrorism and its all-out support of Bashar al-Assad and massacre of the Syrian people.
The rally will be led by Iranian expatriates, who will be joined by French citizens and international supporters of the Iranian resistance. Several renowned human rights organizations have joined in sponsorship of the event.
Cross-party French lawmakers will be among the speakers at the event, as will political and social dignitaries from France and from across Europe.
Elaborate street performances and exhibitions have been planned for the event, to depict examples of Iranian human rights violations.
The human rights situation has been deteriorating rapidly in Iran. More than 2,000 individuals have been executed during Rouhani’s tenure. This is the highest rate of executions in the past 25 years, and it reflects an increase over figures that had already secured Iran’s place as the nation with the most executions per capita.
Camp Liberty, the place of residence in Iraq for more than 2,000 members of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI or MEK), was targeted on October 29 by the Iranian regime. The barrage of 80 rockets killed 24 residents of the camp and wounded dozens of others.
Venue of the rally: Trocadéro, Paris
Date and time: Monday, November 16, 2015, 13:30

Saturday, November 7, 2015

Scuffles and clashes at student protest in London

Russian Plane Black Box Recording Confirms Explosion



PARIS – The black box audio recording from the Russian A321 which crashed in Egypt last Saturday killing all 224 people on board revealed that the sound of an explosion was clearly heard before the plane crashed, French public TV channel France 2 cited an official close to investigations.

According to the unnamed official, the explosion did not take place after an engine failure, which negates speculations that the Kogalymavia flight crashed due to technical fault or pilot error.

UK Prime Minister David Cameron said on Thursday that it is “more likely than not” that the Russian plane was brought down by a bomb.

U.S. President Barack Obama said on Thursday it was possible a bomb was behind the Russian plane crash in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula last weekend.

Brazil - failed robbery woman takes purse back from crook

Friday, November 6, 2015

Camp Liberty attack - No action taken- by Joe Liska

The Oct. 29 attack on Camp Liberty, located northeast of Baghdad International Airport and inhabited by about 2,250 members of the Mujahideen-e Khalq, an exiled opposition group to the Islamic Republic, left 24 residents dead and dozens of others injured. The Mukhtar Army, a Shiite Iraqi militia backed by the Iranian regime, claimed responsibility and threatened more attacks.

This is an act of terrorism or ( The murder of 24 MEK members ) orchestrated by the Iranian regime.(1)The U.S can with satellite imagery clearly see where the missile's came from and where they hit.( 2).They know what government use's those type of missile's found at the Camp Liberty site.(3)They should be talking about international charges against the people who pulled off this attack. ( Same as a Mosque attack etc...)

This is what my last article in the MEK blog was all about "Human right's ", and the fact that the U.S and United Nation's is willing to turn a blind eye to Iranian victim's of blatant abuse.
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     Justice is blind.

This makes me wonder why the U.S and UN. reward the Iranian government with a nuclear deal.We have President Putin of Russia saying the U.S should treat Iran as "equals",yet they have ( Death to America day).

Joe Liska the owner and author Joe’s Crime Blog/Human Right’s Site. With a background in Criminal Justice

Lawmakers demand urgent U.S. action to protect Camp Liberty residents

U.S. Republican lawmakers say efforts to relocate a group of Iranian dissidents living in Iraq must be expedited and that the Obama administration has been too passive in the wake of a missile barrage last week that killed dozens of refugees, the Washington Examiner reported on Friday.
At a commemoration on Capitol Hill Thursday, Rep. Ted Poe, R-Texas, accused the State Department of "twiddling its thumbs" in its protection of Camp Liberty and called for the resignation of the official in the Iraqi government charged with protecting the encampment, according to the Washington Examiner.
Foreign Affairs Chairman Ed Royce, R-Calif., left, and Foreign Affairs ranking member Eliot Engel, D-N.Y., stand next to a display of portraits of the victims of the Oct. 29 Camp Liberty attack. (Lynn Dykstra, Focused Images)
"His job is to protect the residents and he cannot do that or he won't do it, he needs to go," Poe said. "And Iraq needs to replace that individual with someone who will actually do what they are supposed to, secure the security of the people in Camp Liberty. And the United States needs to push harder on the Iraqi government to do this, and insist on it, and take no for no answer."
Poe, who is chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Trade, also said he and a bipartisan group of lawmakers wrote a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry in September asking the State Department to provide protective gear and equipment to the residents of the camp. The State Department never replied, but he said, "We did get a response from the bad guys."
The Oct. 29 attack on Camp Liberty, located northeast of Baghdad International Airport and inhabited by about 2,250 members of the Mujahideen-e Khalq, an exiled opposition group to the Islamic Republic, left 24 residents dead and dozens of others injured. The Mukhtar Army, a Shiite Iraqi militia backed by the Iranian regime, claimed responsibility and threatened more attacks.
Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle blame the attack on Tehran, but Republicans and Democrats have struck a different tone on what to do to protect the refugees.
"We are totally against the repression of the Iranian regime and what they've done," said Foreign Affairs Ranking Member Rep. Eliot Engel, D-N.Y. "We think that the people of the United States need to understand more clearly about what is really happening."
Engel echoed Kerry's statement following the attack, in which he pressed the Iraqi government to provide medical supplies and improve security to Camp Liberty inhabitants. Kerry also urged the Iraqis to "find the perpetrators and hold them accountable for the attack, consistent with its obligations under the Dec. 25, 2011, agreement with the United Nations."
Part of the problem with reaching out to the Iraqi government, say several Republicans, is that it has no interest in protecting the MEK.
House Foreign Affairs Chairman Ed Royce, R-Calif., said the outlook by the administration and the United Nations is "too optimistic." Instead, he said the U.S. must help speed up the process to resettle the dissidents to Europe.
Several hundred Camp Liberty refugees have already been relocated, mainly to Albania.
In 2004, following the U.S. invasion of Iraq, the MEK residing at Camp Ashraf handed over their weapons and submitted to U.S. military protection. This was after the U.S. reportedly bombed the encampment as part of a deal with Iran, which promised to repatriate some members of al Qaeda if the U.S. attacked the MEK.
The U.S. handed over responsibility to protect the dissidents to the Iraqi government in 2009, which moved the group to Camp Liberty in 2012. After Camp Liberty was repeatedly attacked in 2013, the MEK appealed to the United Nations to allow them to return to Camp Ashraf, which they said provided better protection.
In the meantime, the U.N. High Commission for Refugees is leading the effort to move Camp Liberty residents out of Iraq, which the State Department says it is committed to assisting.
But the U.S., while supporting the effort to relocate the MEK refugees, has not led the charge by example, said Ali Safavi, a member of Iran's Parliament in Exile, the National Council of Resistance of Iran of which the MEK is the largest component. Individuals wishing to immigrate to the U.S. must "disavow" their MEK affiliation first, he added.
"At the current rate of relocation, it would take until 2021 for all the inhabitants of Camp Liberty to be relocated — and that's if Albania accepts more" refugees and if there are sufficient funds available, Safavi told the Washington Examiner.
Former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge, a Republican who served as the first U.S. secretary of homeland security from 2003-05, says he also backs expedited resettlement.
Until the dissidents are all evacuated, he said the administration should address the attack directly. He said he liked the idea of placing Camp Liberty within the aerial perimeter of U.S. air protection, provided to nearby Baghdad International Airport. This would ensure protection from missiles and mortar attacks.
"I think that's easily done," said Ridge. "You can do it with the stroke of the pen, a simple direction from the president or the secretary of state and the United States military command ... This will not be enough, but it is about time we start living up to our promises, and this will be a very important and effective first step."