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Iran 2017-2020
هادي نصرالله@HadiNasrallah21 Std.
Damascus. Homs. Hasaka. Aleppo. And more. The Syrian government also posthumously awarded General Soleimani Syria's highest military honor and a mass was held for him in Aleppo’s evangelical church.

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Iran Jet Disaster Setup

by Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich, Finian Cunningham

https://sputniknews.com/columnists/20200...ter-setup/


Turns out that Nariman Gharib, the guy who received the video and credited by the NY Times for submitting it, is a vociferous anti-Iranian government dissident who does not live in Iran. He ardently promotes regime change in his social media posts.

Christiaan Triebert, the NY Times’ video expert, who collaborated closely with Gharib to get the story out within hours of the incident, previously worked as a senior investigator at Bellingcat.
 
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Iranischer Faktencheck:


✔️Reality Check:

- Zero imports of Iranian oil
- Embargoing of Iranian banks & SWIFT disconnect
- Non-implementation of Blocking Statute
- Exodus of European firms in Iran
- Failure to even sell "exempted" food/medicine

Here's what E3 HAS been busy w/ since the US left JCPOA:

✔️Reality Check 2:

- Issued empty statements
- Violated its own laws by bowing to US extraterritorial sanctions
- Ignored Iran's 3 notifications of DRM activation
- Set up INSTEX w/o single transaction

https://en.irna.ir/news/83635888/Zarif-b...with-JCPOA
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16. Januar 2020 um 18:16
 
https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/i...nger-plane
Iranisches Militär behauptet jetzt, dass US „Cyberattack“ Passagierflugzeug heruntergebracht hat
Das iranische Militär gibt nun den USA (erneut) die Schuld für den Absturz des Ukrainian International Airlines Fluges 752, nachdem es zugegeben hat, dass die IRGC-Kommandeure das Flugzeug letzte Woche vom Himmel geschossen haben, und im Zuge eines neuen Videos, das zeigt, dass eine ZWEITE Rakete auf das zivile Verkehrsflugzeug abgefeuert wurde.
Der Vorsitzende des iranischen Wächterrates, Ahmad Jannati, erklärte am Mittwoch, dass „feindliche Sabotage“ nicht ausgeschlossen werden kann, während Brigadegeneral Ali Abdollahi direkt darauf hinwies, dass die US-Militärkräfte die Radarsysteme des Iran gehackt haben, um den Anschein zu erwecken, dass das Flugzeug mit 176 Personen eine ankommende Rakete sei.
Abdollahi schien auch anzudeuten, dass die Hacker des US-Militärs das Flugzeug tatsächlich als Teil eines Cyber-Angriffs abgeschossen haben könnten, um den Iran schlecht aussehen zu lassen, so der Bericht.
Nachdem sie zunächst behaupteten, dass ein „mechanischer Fehler“ das Flugzeug zum Absturz gebracht habe, dann aber zugaben, dass sie es „aus Versehen“ abgeschossen hätten, nachdem die Beweise für einen Raketenangriff nicht mehr geleugnet werden konnten, ist der Iran nun wieder dazu übergegangen, die USA direkt zu beschuldigen.
Es gibt keine Beweise dafür, dass die USA am Abend des Einschlags des Flugzeugs irgendwelche militärischen oder anderen Maßnahmen im Iran ergriffen haben.
Irans Flip-Flopping kommt nach heftigen Protesten über den Absturz des Flugzeugs und dem Versuch der Vertuschung, und das Auftauchen eines neuen Videos, das zeigt, dass eine zweite ‚Killshot‘-Rakete abgefeuert wurde, was die ‚Fehler‘-Erklärung in ernste Zweifel stürzt.
 
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Annäherung im Nahen Osten: Die "unmittelbare Bedrohung" der US-Interessen
Es war der irakische Premierminister Adil Abd al-Mahdi, der nach der Ermordung des iranischen Generalmajors Qassem Soleimani zu Protokoll gab, dass sich dieser zum Zeitpunkt seiner gezielten Tötung auf diplomatischer Mission im Irak befand. Er sollte eine Antwort der iranischen Regierung auf eine geheime Initiative Saudi-Arabiens übermitteln, die darauf abzielte, Spannungen in der Region abzubauen. Doch vorher meldete sich Washington zurück, um regionale Bemühungen um Stabilität und Entspannung mit aller Macht zu verhindern.
 
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Iran to send black box flight recorders from downed jet to Ukraine

18 January 2020

The plane was accidentally shot down by Iran’s Revolutionary Guard on January 8, killing all 176 people on board.
Iran will send the black box flight recorders from the Ukrainian jetliner that it accidentally shot down last week to Ukraine for further analysis, officials in Tehran said.
Hassan Rezaeifer, the head of accident investigations for the civil aviation department, said it was not possible to read the black boxes in Iran.
He told the semi-official Tasnim news agency that French, American and Canadian experts would help analyse the recorders in Kyiv, the Ukrainian capital.
Mr Rezaeifer added if that does not work, the black boxes will be sent to France...........

> https://www.lbcnews.co.uk/world-news/48e...47eaf1bca/
 
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January 18, 2020

The Murder Of Qassem Soleimani Will Deter No One

The Trump administration sees the U.S. assassination of Qassem Soleimani as a form of deterrence not only with regards to Iran but also towards Russia, China and others. That view is wrong.
The claim that the murder of Soleimani was necessary because of an 'imminent threat' has been debunked by Trump himself when he tweeted that 'it doesn't really matter' if there was such a threat or not.
In a speech at the Hoover Institute Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the assassination was part of a new deterrence strategy. As Reuters reported:
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday said Qassem Soleimani was killed as part of a broader strategy of deterring challenges by U.S. foes that also applies to China and Russia, further diluting the assertion that the top Iranian general was struck because he was plotting imminent attacks on U.S. targets.
In his speech at Stanford University's Hoover Institute, Pompeo made no mention of the threat of imminent attacks planned by Soleimani.
The speech itself, headlined The Restoration of Deterrence: The Iranian Example, makes that less explicit as Reuters lets it appear:
On the 3rd of this month, we took one of the world’s deadliest terrorists off the battlefield for good.
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But I want to lay this out in context of what we’ve been trying to do. There is a bigger strategy to this.
President Trump and those of us in his national security team are re-establishing deterrence – real deterrence ‒ against the Islamic Republic. In strategic terms, deterrence simply means persuading the other party that the costs of a specific behavior exceed its benefits. It requires credibility; indeed, it depends on it. Your adversary must understand not only do you have the capacity to impose costs but that you are, in fact, willing to do so.
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And let’s be honest. For decades, U.S. administrations of both political parties never did enough against Iran to get the deterrence that is necessary to keep us all safe.
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So what did we do? We put together a campaign of diplomatic isolation, economic pressure, and military deterrence.
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Qasem Soleimani discovered our resolve to defend American lives.
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We have re-established deterrence, but we know it’s not everlasting, that risk remains. We are determined not to lose that deterrence. In all cases, we have to do this.
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We saw, not just in Iran, but in other places, too, where American deterrence was weak. We watched Russia’s 2014 occupation of the Crimea and support for aggression against Ukraine because deterrence had been undermined. We have resumed lethal support to the Ukrainian military.
China’s island building, too, in the South China Sea, and its brazen attempts to coerce American allies undermined deterrence. The Trump administration has ramped up naval exercises in the South China Sea, alongside our allies and friends and partners throughout the region.
You saw, too, Russia ignored a treaty. We withdrew from the INF with the unanimous support of our NATO allies because there was only one party complying with a two-party agreement. We think this, again, restores credibility and deterrence to protect America.
This understanding of 'deterrence' seems to be vague and incomplete. A longer piece I am working on will further delve deeper into that issue. But an important point is that deterrence works in both directions.

Cont. reading: The Murder Of Qassem Soleimani Will Deter No One

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stellen Strafanzeige wegen Beihilfe zum Mord an Soleimani
Pressemitteilung von Alexander S. Neu, 27. Februar 2020

https://www.linksfraktion.de/presse/pres...soleimani/
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