IRAN Iran plans to send a live monkey into space in the summer, the country’s top space official said after the launch of the Rassad-1 (Observation-1) satellite, state television reported today. (source)
World, what have you done!?
Better hope for a soft landing. This report does not spell out whether regular passenger flights included dangerous cargo, or if there were charter flights under false pretenses. In either case, “war is deceit.” The allegation is included in a sidebar byÂ BBCÂ reporter Kim Ghattas adjacent to the main report, and appears first below.”US imposes economic sanctions on Iran Air,” fromÂ BBCÂ News, June 23:
We’re told there’s no official suspicion of foul play ….
TheÂ five nuclear experts killed in a plane crash in northern Russia earlier this week had assisted in the design of an Iranian atomic facility, security sources in Russia said on Thursday. (Andrew Bolt)
Our Man in Kabool:
Never enough inner struggle:
- “The Islamic Revolution has given us the culture of jihad as a gift and now jihadists should grant it to other nations”
“Jihad Culture Should Be Developed Among Muslim Nations – Leader,” fromÂ Bernama, June 15:
The most important thing:
War is deceit:
Above Obama’s Pay-grade:
While this report has been submitted to the Security Council, it will likely elicit scarcely a yawn. It’s much easier to look busy for the sake of “peace” byÂ chiding nations for resisting jihad than to go after the thug states who help make the jihad possible. “Iran caught 10 times trying to send arms to terrorists,” by Yaakov Katz for theÂ Jerusalem Post, June 10:
Who would have thought?
This isÂ not at all the first time such allegations have surfaced, and the British Foreign Ministry called Tehran’s dealings “hypocritical, two-faced and highly dangerous.”
One could call the Iranian regime any number of things, but in this case, it is not being hypocritical. This behavior is part and parcel of its well publicized jihad against the West, particularly the United States, Israel, their allies and anyone cooperating with either of them. As for the duplicity, well, after all, “War is deceit.”
“Iran’s illegal arms trade: ‘Hypocritical and dangerous’,” by Allan Urry forÂ BBCÂ News, June 6: