Friday, April 13, 2012


According to National Council of Resistance of Iran on April 6th to prepare the grounds for  the new terrorist plots, Khamenei the supreme leader of the Iranian regime, has ordered Majid Alavi, a former deputy information minister and one of the key figures in exporting terrorism to be sent abroad. Majid Alavi one of the interrogators of the Ministry of Information who has spent eight years in Saudi Arabia and Sudan on clandestine missions upon being exposed was expelled from Sudan and returned to Tehran.

Majid Alavi was appointed by Ali Fallahian the “Director General of Arab Countries at the Ministry of Information”. At that capacity he was in charge of relations with Hezbollah and other terrorist groups in the region. Upon the disclosure of the serial murders in 1999 Alavi along with a number of other interrogators and torturers from Ministry of Information were transferred to Khamenei office where they formed a parallel intelligence system under the supervision of cleric Ali Asghar Hejazi head of Khamenei office. Alavi is a business partner and a close associate to Hejazi.
In 2005 Ahmadinejad in his first term as president, appointed Alavi as the deputy chief of foreign intelligence. In August 2009 Alavi was appointed Deputy Minister of Information. In 2011 he was transferred from Ministry of Information to the Qods force to start and activate different project. On 19 January 2012 a few weeks before the explosions in Bangkok in which several of the agents of the Iranian regime were arrested Alavi had entered Bangkok under the assumed name of Hossein Tehrani.

Iranian pastor, still alive, passes 900th day in jail
According to reports Iranian pastor Yousef Nadarkhani remains in jail after 900 days in prison. Nadarkhani was sentenced to death in 2010 for converting from Islam to Christianity. He faces execution as the Iranian regime has carried out execution for apostasy in the 90s.

Afghanistan Senate Accuses Iran’s Ahmadinejad Of Interference
Afghanistan senators have accused Iranian regime’s president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of interfering in their country’s affairs, after he called on NATO to withdraw troops immediately and fund economic reconstruction instead. Afghan president Hamid Karzai, his Pakistani counterpart Asif Ali Zardari and Imomali Rahmon of Tajikistan also attended the conference, as did a United States delegation led by Assistant Secretary of State Robert Blake, who walked out during Ahmadinejad’s speech. The senate’s 40-member Reform and Justice Group said the remarks were dangerous and irresponsible. “Iran wants to fuel war in this country once again and reduce it to ruins,” the senators said in a statement.

Dance and song to be omitted from preschool programs

It’s now official, No dancing and singing allowed in kindergartens in Iran. The head of Iran’s Welfare Organization has warned preschool and daycare centers against teaching “immoral programs such as dancing” to children. The state–run Fars News Agency reported that Valiollah Nasr, Director General of Tehran Province Welfare, said on Tuesday: “Educational programs must be in line with Islamic principles.” He added that the preschools and daycares have been given set curricula and cannot teach “immoral programs.” He added that one of his office’s top priorities is to make sure educational programs are under control and in line with “Islamic and Sharia principles.” He expressed disappointment that some daycares have incorporated dancing and singing in their programs and warned that this year they will be dealt with severely. The Ministry has also announced that preschool boys and girls are not to be mix together in classes, and coed classes may only be allowed at centers that lack the necessary enrolment. Preschool in Iran is an optional two-year course for children aged four and five which prepares them for elementary school. After the uprising in 2009, Iranian regime’s Supreme Leader- khamenie pointed at the education system as a hotbed of growing dissent and maintained that the education system had to be cleansed of all forms of Western influence.