Stop Fundamentalism – According to sources, Iranian Revolutionary Guards has tested a new noise creation system, Saturday.
This new system can transmit with 1 Gigahertz of power.
The device is Russian made and it is intended to be used in electronic warfare to distort radar receptions.
Iranian regime is trying to prevent international and satellite programming to reach Iranians.
While having a satellite television is illegal in Iran, many Iranians prefer to watch foreign media rather than Iranian produced television programs.
The osolators embedded in this system will create noise with enough power to distort most satellite programming.
The system transmits at such power that it is feared to be hazardous to human health.
Stop Fundamentalism – The Iranian state-run news agency, ISNA, reported today that the Revolutionary Guards Corps has acquired controlling shares of Iran’s main Communication body, Mokhaberat.
This new move was announced by Ahmadinejad as he praised the smooth process and the way the transfer was handled. He called it “The biggest transfer in history.”
Internet and mobile phones played a big role in helping demonstrator organize and communicate among each other during the recent uprisings in Iran that managed to draw world attention. Many started calling the protests, the “Twitter Revolution” as it helped the world be a witness to the unrest and in a way take part.
Stop Fundamentalism, Sept 27, 2009 – The Iranian regime is testing a new range of missiles during a two day drill named ‘The Great Profit”, Says the commander of the Revolutionary Guards Air Force. “The maneuver has three phases, one that has begun on Sunday morning, September 27. The second phase will be at Sunday night and on Monday, the third phase will take place,” continued Salami.
According to sources, the first phase will include the Fateh-110 short range missiles and also the marine ‘Thunder-69. The surface-to-surface Zalzal series could also be part of the test.
7,000 Iranians staged a rally outside the United Nations in New York on Wednesday, to protest against the presence of the Iranian regime's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, at the United Nations. The participants declared their support for recent uprisings in Iran and the residents of Camp Ashraf in Iraq, home to members of Iran's main opposition.
The protesters said Ahmadinejad and the regime lacked any legitimacy in the eyes of the Iranian people, who through their uprisings during the past three months showed that they want the mullahs out.
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, told the rally through a video message that the West's policy of appeasement was completely out of touch with the reality of today's Iran.
Once again the world witnessed the Iranian peoples’ determination to achieve freedom.
Today, the last Friday of Ramadan, known as ‘Quds Day’ in Iran, a day historically associated with Iranian extremists. For thirty years the ruling mullahs’ regime in Iran his used this day’s Friday cermone to campaign against Israel and justify the presence of its war and terror machine throughout the Middle East.
But this time in Tehran, Tabriz, Shiraz, Isfahan, and other cities, the Quds day events took a new turn.
Today, the Iranian people marched the streets chanting that neither Israel nor Palestine is their concern but what they care about is their own country, Iran and its freedom.
From the early hours this morning large crowds of people gathered in streets in many cities of Iran defying Basijies and Revolutionary Guards forces who tried to stop them from demonstrating.
Many clashes between the crowd and security forces have been reported and some demonstrators were arrested.