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Pakistan’s First Aid Policy 2015-2020

Respected All, The Pakistan Red Crescent Society (PRCS) on Wednesday December 31st, 2014 launched the first ever national first aid policy to regulate the training for a better response to the victims during any natural or man-made disasters or even...

Pakistan’s First Aid Policy 2015-2020

Respected All, The Pakistan Red Crescent Society (PRCS) on Wednesday December 31st, 2014 launched the first ever national first aid policy to regulate the training for a better response to the victims during any natural or man-made disasters or even...

Iran’s Secret Interfaith Outreach in America

By Ryan Mauro The Clarion Project recently exposed how an Iranian regime front based in New York donated to over 30 colleges and over 60 Islamic centers and organizations in North America. Like Sunni Islamists, the Shiite Iranian regime also finds in...
by Iran Aware on Jul 9, 2013

Kennedy joins Iranian exiles protesting in Sweden

STOCKHOLM (AP) — Hundreds of supporters of an Iranian opposition group have rallied in Stockholm, denouncing the Islamic Republic‘s regime and urging the U.N. to better protect the group’s members in neighboring Iraq. …read more S...
by Tropday on Apr 6, 2013

Ahmadinejad wants to be Iran’s 1st astronaut,LET HIM

LET HIM GO!!!!! By ALI AKBAR DAREINI/ TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Monday that he’s ready to take the risk of being the first Iranian astronaut sent into space as part of Iran’s goal of a manned space flight. &...
by Iran Aware on Feb 4, 2013

The 100% Fatwa-Compliant Iranian EMP Nuclear Weapon

When Iran says “Nuclear weapons are a grave sin” it sounds almost as good to pundits as “Peace in our time” sounded to the useless idiot pundits in 1938 – but this article shows how Iran can keep its word and destroy the West. Read...
by Iran Aware on Jan 17, 2013

Second US drone shot down by Iran over Persian Gulf

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran’s state TV said Tuesday that the country’s Revolutionary Guard has captured a U.S. drone after it entered Iranian airspace over the Persian Gulf. The report quoted the Guard’s navy chief, Gen. Ali Fadavi,...
by Iran Aware on Dec 4, 2012

#Iran VP: We will break #Obama’s ‘grasping hands’

ap.org/ TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran’s vice president said Monday that Tehran will break the `grasping hands’ of newly re-elected President Barack Obama, the official IRNA news agency reported. Mohammad Reza Rahimi also said Iran will o...
by Iran Aware on Nov 12, 2012

Sana & Samia Exclusive Fall Ladies Collection 2012 By Lala

Sana & Samia Exclusive Fall Ladies Collection 2012 By Lala Lala textile is one in every of the largest textile company operating in Islamic Republic of Pakistan since 1972. Sana & Samia Exclusive Fall Ladies Collection 2012 By Lala offers...
by todaygossip on Nov 7, 2012

Oil slips towards $112 as growth worries weigh

By Christopher Johnson and Alice Baghdjian (Reuters) – Brent crude oil slipped to around $112 a barrel on Tuesday as investors weighed a weaker outlook for fuel demand and sluggish economic...
by Mutual Fund PH on Oct 2, 2012

NY regulator has friends, foes after bank deal

More »ALBANY, N.Y. – New York financial regulator Benjamin Lawsky, an Ivy League ex-prosecutor and top lieutenant to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, shook a record $340 million settlement this week from a major British bank accused of money-launde...
by Penny Stock DD on Aug 19, 2012

The Most Dangerous Man in the World

By REUEL MARC GERECHT/ One of the startling cultural disconnects in studying Iran is how unimpressive the officials of the Islamic Republic usually are. Reading Persian history inclines one to expect Iranians to be highly cultured and nuanced, delica...
by Iran Aware on Aug 15, 2012

Standard Chartered in talks to settle Iran laundering probe

More »NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) – British bank Standard Chartered is trying to reach an early settlement over charges it hid $250 billion of transactions tied to Iran, backing down under pressure from U.S. regulators and shareholders.
by Penny Stock DD on Aug 13, 2012

Iraq oil production surpasses Iran

More »NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Oil production in Iraq surpassed that of its regional rival Iran last month, highlighting the impact of continued investment in Iraq and Western sanctions on Iran. FULL ARTICLE HERE………R...
by Penny Stock DD on Aug 12, 2012

No immediate impact of US action on Standard Chartered ratings: S&P

More »NEW YORK: Standard and Poor’s today said its ratings for Standard Chartered and its subsidiaries are not immediately affected by the charges made against the banking giant in New York for its Iran transactions. In a statement is...
by Penny Stock DD on Aug 8, 2012

Islam is Perfect but Muslims are not!

The term "Islamic Republic" is often used for many Muslim countries, but are the Muslim nations really following the Islamic model? Majority would definitely say "No"! Islam is the religion of about one billion people and is a rapidly growing faith w...
by Finding Neverland on Aug 4, 2012

Iran drought part of ‘soft war’ by west: vice president

By AFP TEHRAN The drought in southern Iran is part of a “soft war” launched against the Islamic republic by the West, the Fars news agency quoted an Iranian vice president as saying on Monday. “I am suspicious about the drought in the southern...
by Iran Aware on Jul 16, 2012

Iran and the Gulf Military Balance – I: The Conventional and Asymmetric Dimensions

By Anthony H. Cordesman, Alexander Wilner Jun 25, 2012   In the wake of recent failed negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program, it seems increasingly unlikely that a political solution will be reached regarding Tehran’s increasing uranium en...
by Iran Aware on Jun 28, 2012

Iran smuggling weapons to Syria, Lebanon with passenger planes

German TV station says arms paid for by Islamic Republic’s Revolutionary Guard By Yoel Goldman Iran is smuggling weapons to Damascus and Beirut via commercial aircraft, according to a report aired Wednesday by German broadcaster ZDF. The report cit...
by Iran Aware on May 31, 2012

Iran: Religious police at book fair beat inappropriately dressed women

Iranian police in pursuit of their vision of the good Should society be oriented toward freedom, or toward the good, as its highest value? In Iran, the regime has firmly opted for the latter, and beats women who get out of line. Sharia Alert from the...
by Iran Aware on May 28, 2012


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