Bob Woodward October 11, Washington, D. Trade Center attack inhad had plans to fly a plane packed with. He is one of the brightest, calmest, most remarkable young men I have ever encountered or worked with. He began as my assistant in Mayand in just six months mastered the subjects of Bush, his war cabinet, their debates and strategies.
Permission for use must be obtained from the copyright holder. Technological Advancements Imaging Micro-Satellite System Developed - On 20 June, the Mehr News Agency announced the successful production of a linear imaging prototype that sends photographic frames of satellite images to earth based on the satellite's movement relative to the earth.
According to the head of the Esfahan Science and Research Company, Qassem Moslehi, linear imaging systems are used for weather forecasting, remote measurement studies, and security applications Mehr News Agency - conservative news agency; run by the Islamic Propagation Office, which is affiliated with the conservative Qom seminary; www.
Seyyed Ahmad Reza Ala'ei Tabataba'ei, the project's director, described the main areas of activity as research proposals, requests, and services and information on investment opportunities, industrial products, and equipment.
Communications device Sepehr Satellite Data Receptor and Storage Base - On 20 June, Mashregh News reported on the history, scope, and role of the Sepehr satellite base in Iran, which has been receiving images from non-Iranian satellites since Currently, Sepehr is receiving data from the recently launched Resad 1 satellite.
Sepehr operates under the auspices of the geography organization of the Iranian armed forces, based on the four principles of "minimum time, minimum expense, timeliness of information, and disguise of target. Information received by Sepehr allows Iran to monitor a variety of geographic information, including emerging pollu tion in the Persian Gulf, the report said.
The article closes by stating that Iran is currently developing other satellite data receiving bases, including stationary and non-stationary ones. Sepehr base Area covered by Sepehr International Military-related Coverage Lebanon's Hezbollah Forces on Alert - On 21 June, IRNA reported that, "in response to extensive maneuvers by the Zionist regime's army on the northern borders of occupied Palestine with southern Lebanon, the Hezbollah put its own military forces on alert status.
In an interview, Mahmud Qamati, a member of the Hezbollah's political bureau, told IRNA that a war would not break out, "primarily due to the strength of the Hezbollah resistance forces--a source of fear for the Zionist regime. Hezbollah forces Gaza Students in Hamas Educational Camp - On 20 June, Asr'e Iran carried the following picture with a caption indicating the two students are reciting the Koran, but with no additional text Asr'e Iran - pro-reform website; www.
According to Ali Abdollahi, police and security deputy of Iran's Interior Ministry, "the minutes reflect an agreement in principle that Iran's security forces will train the Afghan po lice, as we have done in the past.
In a related report on 22 June, IRNA quoted General Mohammad Zahir Azimi, spokesman for the Afghan "Defense Ministry," as saying that the visit of Commander Ahmad Vahidi, Iran's Minister of Defense and Armed Forces Logistics, to Afghanistan earlier this week "will affect the strengthening and expansion of the relationship between the two countries in the area of security and defense.
Azimi stated that "Iran could assist in the growth and equipment of the Afghan army to ensure the security of Afghanistan after the transfer of security responsibilities to Afghan forces.
It then listed Middle Eastern countries where the Patriot is currently available: The article then described two ways in which Iran can destroy the Patriot system should it become necessary: Since the Patriot system's focus is on its main radar, Iran's anti-radar rockets as well as its Qased 3 precision-guided smart bomb can "fire-and-forget," the article claimed and considered the "Qased's low-altitude flight an advantage since the Patriot is limited in that range.
The article also stated that other systems that have not yet been made public could also be used, but that nothing could be said about them at this point.
The analysis closed by emphasizing the importance of "identifying the changing location of the enemy defense systems through vigilant reconnaissance and with unmanned equipment, as is done regularly.
This is done in the context of each province having to designate one day a year as its Day of Resistance, Moulaparast explained. The report detailed the shooting down of the passenger airplane by the US Navy guided missile cruiser USS Vincennes stationed in the Persian Gulf at the time, emphasizing that "the tragedy could not have been an accident" Basij News Agency - website of the Basij, or paramilitary forces; as of JuneBasij forces merged with those of Pasdaran or the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps IRGC and came under the latter's control; http: Map depicting site of 3 Ju ly Iranian Airbus tragedy Bolstering Universities' Knowledge of Jihad a Priority - The head of the University Professors' Basij Organization, Sohrab Salahi, held a news conference on the importance of fighting the soft war through knowledge generation.
Salahi noted the "development of an administrative cadre, revolutionary forces, and the representation of Islam in the human sciences among the most important goals" of his organization. He added that "Islamic Iran now finds itself in a position of scientific strength and must strive to be recognized in the world as a source of knowledge so that scientists the world over are forced to learn Farsi to access knowledge.
Salahi emphasized that the Professors' Basij will work with the universities and the Ministry of Science, Research, and Technology to complement each other's efforts.
The report alleged that the album may have been financed by Israel as a "public diplomacy tool to establish a direct connection with the people of Iran" Eshraf. Red River," a video game "produced in Europe," featuring "an attack on Tajikistan by Americans to prevent paramilitary Islamists from coming into power in Tajikistan's elections.
The interview focused on the role of a new police force dedicated to "safeguarding the information production and exchange environment" and announced the "approval of a comprehensive document to regulate the country's virtual space.
He said allegations about his own and the security forces' Facebook pages were lies and attempts at spreading disinformation. The commander also spoke extensively about the role of the police force in controlling drug trafficking and enforcing Islamic attire in public spaces Paygah-e Jame' va Takhasosi-e Jang-e Narm Specialist Center for Soft War - stated goal is to collect and to disseminate all available information on the subject of soft war in order to increase capacity to fight it; U RL: Yunis argued in favor of US troop withdrawal and said this was a promise made by US President Barak Obama during his election campaign.
He said the war would now shift to intelligence war whereby unmanned aircraft, among other things, would be used. He also said that the US had achieved its goals in Afghanistan and that Al-Qa'ida was not so big there.
He went on to say that withdrawing 30, out oftroops would not undermine the US' status in Afghanistan, especially with the presence of NATO forces and private security firms.
He admitted that the withdrawal of troops could constitute a "symbolic triumph" for Taliban, but insisted that the US was not "naive" enough to hand Afghanistan over to the Taliban, adding that Washington would leave permanent military bases in there.
Asked if the US would play a role in reconciliation between the Taliban and the Afghani government, Yunis said "why not? He agreed to a suggestion that it would be a "defeat" for the US to consider the Taliban as a partner in any future government in Afghanistan.
He also downplayed the loss of US troops and said the number was small considering the length of the conflict. Concluding, Yunis said the US was not interested in "ultimate" victory.
Abd-al-Kabir argued that the withdrawal of troops was a "defeat" and that reconciliation was the only way out of the crisis. He said the Afghani forces were not up for fighting the Taliban and that they were suffering from limited manpower.View Test Prep - Chapter 6 from GOVT at Alamo Colleges.
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