Iranian teacher builds robot to teach prayer
Taking inspiration from little girl playing with doll, teacher uses technology to ‘make device that can be used for both religious and entertaining purposes’
Â More from Iran’s rafidite dogs:
We all know that Iran is moderate now, and that, entranced by the negotiating wiles of John Kerry, voluntarily agreed to give up its nuclear program and rejoin the world community of happy, prosperous nations marching confidently into the future. We must believe this on pain of charges of “Islamophobia.” Yet the Iranians are open and gleeful in avowing how they wrung concessions from the West and their nuclear program is galloping ahead; they know that there is nothing they can say that will hurt the deal, because the Western press won’t print anything that reflects unfavorably upon Barack Obama.
“Iranian Nuclear Agency Spokesman Kamalvandi: Iran’s Commitments Are ‘Temporary and Non-Obligatory,’” fromÂ MEMRI, February 21:
In a recent TV interview, Behrouz Kamalvandi, spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, said that Iran had “got more than it gave” in the Joint Plan of Action, signed in November by Iran and the 5+1, and that Iran’s nuclear commitments were “temporary and non-obligatory.” “The commitments made by Iran can be retracted,” he stressed.