by Jonathan Azaziah
The administration currently ruling over Iran led by Hassan Rouhani and his “Reformist” cronies has been on a downward spiral for some time. They tried to maintain their poker faces after the Trump ZOG renewed sanctions against Iran on the corpse of the P5+1 nuclear agreement (aka JCPOA, or, as a beloved brother of mine likes to call it, the JewCPOA), which disintegrated just like Imam Khamenei and the IRGC said it would. Rouhani idiotically suggested that the American regime had nothing to do with 9/11 following the US-‘Israeli’-Saudi-Emirati attack on Ahvaz and neocon lies about Iran being in on it, contradicting not only his predecessor Dr. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and numerous high-ranking Iranian military-intelligence officials, but Imam Khamenei himself. Rouhani’s parliamentary allies just voted to bring Iran into the fold of the ultra-intrusive, totally-Zionized FATF, which is going to choke Iran’s economy further, not help it, despite fierce opposition from Khamenei going back several months now. And now Dr. Hassan Abbassi–the most cerebral military-intelligence-spiritual thinker in the whole of the Islamic world, whose analysis on the global Dajjalic system, specifically the resistance movements that fight it and the cinematic propaganda apparatuses and projects that are integral to it, is unmatched–has been thrown into prison for 7 months. His crime? “Insulting” Rouhani. Continue reading If The Rouhani Administration Has Any Dignity Left, It Will Release Dr. Hassan Abbasi Now
by Jonathan Azaziah
Here we go! Let it rock Kashmiris! In response to RAW’s agents burning pictures of Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, Bashar al-Assad and Hassan Rouhani last Friday, Kashmiris in Srinagar gathered in massive numbers–some brothers say hundreds, others say thousands–on Sunday to counteract the hatred, sectarianism and division represented by these degenerates in the pay of Hindutva and Zionism. The defiant demonstrators waved Hizbullah’s flags, held up Ayatollah Nimr al-Nimr’s (R.A.) pictures and chanted against all forms of sedition. Shi’a, Sunnis, Sufis and even a few Sikhs were present as booming cries of “Death to India!”, “Death to ‘Israel’!” and “Death to Al-Saud!” rang throughout the Kashmiri capital’s streets. Just in case it needed to be said, and for some, clearly it does – THIS IS THE TRUE FACE OF THE KASHMIRI AZADI (FREEDOM) STRUGGLE. Unity and Resistance. And this isn’t a mere slogan either. It’s not even a way of life. It just is. That’s how Kashmiris are and this is what Kashmiris do. Being split on ethnic or sectarian lines is NOT in their nature and it is NOT going to happen; Kashmiris aren’t going to be bullied, nor will they be browbeaten into accepting something alien to their culture, history and identity. Continue reading Kashmiris Wave Hizbullah’s Banner And Reject The Mossad-RAW Attempts To Divide Them On Sectarian Lines
by Jonathan Azaziah
What happened in occupied Kashmir this past Jummah was absolutely disgusting. A small gaggle of young men–some brothers on the ground say 10, others say 12–got together right outside of Jamia Mosque in Srinagar and decided to defile and burn photos of Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah (holding a Holy Qur’an, no less), Iranian President Sheikh Hassan Rouhani and Syrian President Dr. Bashar al-Assad. They chanted ant-Shi’a, anti-Alawi slogans and curiously enough, also held up “Save Aleppo” banners in spite of the fact that Aleppo has already been “saved”, i.e. liberated from Al-Qaeda, by the Syrian Arab Army and its allies. Most tellingly, these sectarian degenerates masquerading as representatives of the Azadi struggle also wore masks. Meanwhile, ACTUAL Azadi activists described the individuals in question as drug addicts seeking narcotics and accepted payment from Indian occupation forces to engage in such vileness because they simply needed a fix. This could possibly be one element but going deeper into the dirt, what’s at work here is something far more iniquitous. Continue reading RAW’s Paid Agents Burn Nasrallah, Assad and Rouhani Photos To Sow Sectarian Discord In Occupied Kashmir
There’ll be no deal on Tehran’s nuclear program without the simultaneous lifting of all sanctions against Iran, President Hassan Rouhani stressed, echoing an earlier statement by Iranian supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
“If there is no end to sanctions, there will not be an agreement,” Rouhani said in a televised speech in the northern Iranian city of Rasht. “The end of these negotiations and a signed deal must include a declaration of cancelling the oppressive sanctions on the great nation of Iran.”
By signing the deal, Tehran wants to end its international isolation and build a “constructive interaction with the world and not confrontation,” he said.
Rouhani also stressed that Iran is in negotiations with P5+1 powers (China, France, Russia, UK, US and Germany), but not the US Congress, referring to the standoff between President Obama’s administration and lawmakers over the nuclear deal. Continue reading ‘No end to sanctions, no agreement’: Iran sticks to nuclear deal demands
Millions of the Iranians take to the streets nationwide to mark the 36th anniversary of the Islamic revolution in 1979.
The capital Tehran and other cities and towns are witnessing rallies in celebration of the victory that put an end to the monarchical rule of the US-backed Pahlavi regime. Continue reading Iranians rally in millions to mark Revolution victory
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has extended his congratulations to all Christians around the globe ahead of Christmas and the new Gregorian calendar year, saying a return to the sublime teachings of prophets is the only way for the mankind’s prosperity and progress.
“In today’s crisis-stricken world, where violence is featured more than divine mercy, peace and compassion, recourse to the lofty teachings of divine prophets is the only way to realize the prosperity and transcendence of humankind,” Rouhani wrote in his message on Wednesday. Continue reading Rouhani congratulates Christians worldwide on Christmas, New Year
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani says the Iranian nation will never bow to sanctions and pressures and will keep its nuclear facilities under any agreement.
“Today, the opposite negotiating sides have reached the conclusion that pressure and sanctions on Iran will not bear fruit,” Rouhani said in a live television interview on Monday after Iran and the six countries agreed to extend the nuclear talks for seven months.
He added that Iran would never give up its nuclear rights, saying that the country’s nuclear facilities would certainly remain operational stressing that Iran would never stop its centrifuges. Continue reading President Rouhani: Iran Will Not Bow to Pressure, Sanctions