The Minister of housing & development of the Islamic Republic of Iran wants to rebuild Lebanon
The regime-run Fars news agency reported: “The minister of housing and urban development of the Islamic regime announced that he is ready to rebuild Lebanon with the cooperation of the Islamic regime’s ministry of interior.”
Mohammad Saeedi-Kia, speaking on Tuesday, August 15th, in the third conference of the deputies of the construction and development affairs across Iran which took place in the city of Mashhad, told a group of reporters: “A delegation of deputies from the office of construction and development of our ministry has traveled to Lebanon and after an analysis on the reconstruction of the cities, necessary decisions and steps will be taken.”
* EDITOR’S NOTE: According to Hamid-Reza Taraghi
Source English article the director of the MOTALEHFEH political party in the Islamic parliament forty-two million Iranians live under the poverty line; yet the Islamic Regime continues to spend the money gleaned from the sale of Iran’s nationalized natural resources such as oil and gas, which belongs to the people of Iran, in order to strengthen its terrorist strongholds in other countries.
This is their way of tricking the innocent and credulous people of Lebanon into thinking that the Mullahs and their Hezbollah proxies are good Samaritans when all the while they are trying to colonize yet another country for the spread of their terrorism base. Please refer to this previous item
Iranian Populace Reactions (English) in order to read just a few samples of the reactions of the people of Iran to this issue.
Status of 30 big factories in the province of Gilan is critical
Gilan is one of the 30 provinces of Iran, with a population of approximately 2 million and an area of 14,700 sq. km. It lies just west of the province of Mazandaran, along the Caspian Sea. The center of the province is the city of Rasht.
Mohammad Yaghoubi, the workers representative in the province of Gilan, in an interview with the reporter from the regime-run news agency, ILNA, said: “The status of 30 big factories in the province of Gilan is extremely critical and over 7000 workers are in limbo and paying for the [regime’s] erroneous policies of privatization. This president who specifically vouched for the restoration of the factories has clearly submitted to the private sector.”
He added: “Thousands of workers are stuck between privatization of various local manufacturing units and have as a result lost their jobs and not a single authority is willing to take action and deal with this situation.”
Three people executed in the Zahedan prison
In typical bloodthirsty form, the Islamic regime once again executed three people on the grounds of the Zahedan prison; the three were hung on Monday, August 14th. The executed were named Abdol-Malek Baghee-zadeh, Sheerdel Sharifi and Hamid-Reza Sawber.
The Islamic regime, in recent months has executed more than 150 people in order to terrorize and intimidate the already exhausted and furious people of the province of Sistan-Baluchestan.
German Embassy’s “illegal” activities in Tehran
The regime-run site Aref News wrote: "Some of the diplomats stationed in the German embassy in Tehran with inauguration of their German language training institute were plotting to exploit possible opportunities.
The actions of the German embassy were unauthorized and their disregard to the residential zoning of the location has annoyed the neighbors. Under the guise of a cultural institutions and educational camouflage they were scheming to gather information and intelligence; this is of course the breeding ground for attracting the cooperation of ‘susceptible’ characters.”
* EDITOR’S NOTE: The Islamic regime’s form of propaganda against those who they wish to castigate and penalize (in this case Germany, for pressing on with the sanctions at the U.N. Security Council) is to always discredit and label them for doing what the Islamic Republic of Iran has in fact been caught doing in other countries time and time again.
It is their way of taking the focus and scrutiny away from themselves. This is a well-known tactic used by the KGB during the Soviet era.