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Isn't that near Aladdin Mall? That's a center for selling stolen goods. i don't think people will back them up.
well Aladdin mall is known place hardly any place hidden , the people which work there are also known . now can you explain to me if its a center to sell stolen goods why police and judiciary system don't do anything about it?
Thats an insult to real refugees....
Shes not even a true refugee,she just turned her back on her own country out of choice,quite unlike most refugees.The correct name for someone like her is a stateless person,ie someone who voluntarily chose to give up their nationality and citizenship.:tsk:
Irans better off without the likes of her,tho one would hope that the government would at least strip her of her citizenship as a punishment.
I'll direct you here
by the way can you elaborate on what crime her citizenship must be taken away from her
by the way do you knew the process of taking away an Iranian citizenship , thanks God you are not in the position to take away anyone citizenship.
for the one s who are interested it need approval of the Cabinet of Iran even head of judiciary system can't take away any Iranian citizenship against his/her wish
 
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well Aladdin mall is known place hardly any place hidden , the people which work there are also known . now can you explain to me if its a center to sell stolen goods why police and judiciary system don't do anything about it?

I'll direct you here
by the way can you elaborate on what crime her citizenship must be taken away from her
by the way do you knew the process of taking away an Iranian citizenship , thanks God you are not in the position to take away anyone citizenship.
for the one s who are interested it need approval of the Cabinet of Iran even head of judiciary system can't take away any Iranian citizenship against his/her wish
Police and Judiciary are barely doing the meager thing they are doing. they are seriously understaffed and the laws need reformation.
tell me, what are they doing about the smugglers who bring in billions of dollars of goods each year? what are they doing about the corrupt politicians about golden signatures? what are they doing about dual citizen politicians? what did they do about ghalibaf and larijanis and akhoondi and rouhani and other left and right corrupt politicians?
if they ever confront those issues, they will confront these malls as well. these are extremely similar issues.

my point is: there are a thousand problems in the country. Aladdin mall is hardly the biggest one and no one will confront them. but it doesn't mean that people don't see the corruption.
 

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Another "Incompetence" of Rouhani government or "treason". you be the judge.

last week I saw pictures of Rice cultivation fields close to shiraz..may as well start making rice in the middle of desert..just like Rouhanis housing minister who was proud of making "ZERO" houses and his Electricity minister who can not plan beyond the tip of his shoe.. his Agricultural minister is proud of cultivating rice in middle of desert...

Who the FOCK are these morons...who do they report to..MI6!!.

Ban rice cultivation in most Iranian provinces or face consequences
July 27, 2021 - 12:37


Despite water scarcity, the cultivation of rice has been spreading in about 20 provinces across Iran like a pandemic.
The Ministry of Agriculture has even been boasting about the cultivation of this highly water-intensive crop.
Growing rice in lands other than those bordering the Caspian Sea is like shooting oneself in the foot.
The cultivation of rice, which started more than 20 years ago, has dried up rivers and led to the depletion of underground waters in some places. To compensate for water shortage, farmers are digging deeper and deeper wells to irrigate paddy fields.
The massive consumption of surface waters to irrigate paddy fields or other water-intensive crops like onion or watermelon has even disrupted the ecosystem in certain areas.
Growing rice in northern Iranian provinces should also be regulated
However, officials, especially those in the ministries of agriculture and energy, are either ignorant of the short-term and long-term consequences of this move or they are purely careless.
It is also possible that agriculture ministers want to take pride that during their management of the ministry the production of rice increased in the country.
Iran is an arid and semi-arid country, and during history Iranians had learned how to manage water resources. But now that Iran is seeing less precipitation and more droughts due to climate change farmers are being allowed to grow crops that need lots of water.
The official IRNA news agency published a series of photos on September 12, 2020, showing that farmers cultivate rice in the Qasr-e Qand region of Sistan-Baluchestan, which is famous as a desert province. IRNA said rice is cultivated twice a year in the region.
Even rice cultivation in northern provinces of Iran must be regulated. Mohsen Fallah Niazi, a native of Mazandaran province, says some farmers cultivate rice two times a year in Mazandaran despite the fact that underground waters are going down more each year.
The price of rice in comparison to other crops in the market is so enticing that it is very difficult to convince farmers to turn to other alternative crops. It is so profitable that some farmers dig wells without receiving a permit from the Ministry of Energy.
However, it seems that officials have no plans to ban the cultivation of rice and other water-intensive crops. Probably, it is customary that officials don’t try to resolve an evolving problem before it turns into a crisis like what has happened in Khuzestan province.
Now, in addition to droughts and water transfer, part of the water shortage in Khuzestan province is due to the fact that farmers who live along the rivers drain waters that run into Khuzestan. These farmers who mostly live in the mountainous Zagros regions use these waters to irrigate paddy fields or other water-intensive crops.
The excessive extraction of underground water resources and rivers may continue until a time that officials find themselves unable to even provide potable water for citizens in certain areas.
Whatever difficult it may be, it is urgent to convince farmers to stop growing rice. A more delay to stop its cultivation, farmers will even lose the chance to grow crops that their ancestors had been doing for centuries.
To do this, first, it is necessary to educate the farmers about the dire consequences of this model of farming and then offer profitable alternative crops. Even if this approach fails to convince farmers to turn to alternative crops, the responsible bodies should introduce penalties.
 

makranman

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Another "Incompetence" of Rouhani government or "treason". you be the judge.

last week I saw pictures of Rice cultivation fields close to shiraz..may as well start making rice in the middle of desert..just like Rouhanis housing minister who was proud of making "ZERO" houses and his Electricity minister who can not plan beyond the tip of his shoe.. his Agricultural minister is proud of cultivating rice in middle of desert...

Who the FOCK are these morons...who do they report to..MI6!!.

Ban rice cultivation in most Iranian provinces or face consequences
July 27, 2021 - 12:37


Despite water scarcity, the cultivation of rice has been spreading in about 20 provinces across Iran like a pandemic.
The Ministry of Agriculture has even been boasting about the cultivation of this highly water-intensive crop.
Growing rice in lands other than those bordering the Caspian Sea is like shooting oneself in the foot.
The cultivation of rice, which started more than 20 years ago, has dried up rivers and led to the depletion of underground waters in some places. To compensate for water shortage, farmers are digging deeper and deeper wells to irrigate paddy fields.
The massive consumption of surface waters to irrigate paddy fields or other water-intensive crops like onion or watermelon has even disrupted the ecosystem in certain areas.
Growing rice in northern Iranian provinces should also be regulated
However, officials, especially those in the ministries of agriculture and energy, are either ignorant of the short-term and long-term consequences of this move or they are purely careless.
It is also possible that agriculture ministers want to take pride that during their management of the ministry the production of rice increased in the country.
Iran is an arid and semi-arid country, and during history Iranians had learned how to manage water resources. But now that Iran is seeing less precipitation and more droughts due to climate change farmers are being allowed to grow crops that need lots of water.
The official IRNA news agency published a series of photos on September 12, 2020, showing that farmers cultivate rice in the Qasr-e Qand region of Sistan-Baluchestan, which is famous as a desert province. IRNA said rice is cultivated twice a year in the region.
Even rice cultivation in northern provinces of Iran must be regulated. Mohsen Fallah Niazi, a native of Mazandaran province, says some farmers cultivate rice two times a year in Mazandaran despite the fact that underground waters are going down more each year.
The price of rice in comparison to other crops in the market is so enticing that it is very difficult to convince farmers to turn to other alternative crops. It is so profitable that some farmers dig wells without receiving a permit from the Ministry of Energy.
However, it seems that officials have no plans to ban the cultivation of rice and other water-intensive crops. Probably, it is customary that officials don’t try to resolve an evolving problem before it turns into a crisis like what has happened in Khuzestan province.
Now, in addition to droughts and water transfer, part of the water shortage in Khuzestan province is due to the fact that farmers who live along the rivers drain waters that run into Khuzestan. These farmers who mostly live in the mountainous Zagros regions use these waters to irrigate paddy fields or other water-intensive crops.
The excessive extraction of underground water resources and rivers may continue until a time that officials find themselves unable to even provide potable water for citizens in certain areas.
Whatever difficult it may be, it is urgent to convince farmers to stop growing rice. A more delay to stop its cultivation, farmers will even lose the chance to grow crops that their ancestors had been doing for centuries.
To do this, first, it is necessary to educate the farmers about the dire consequences of this model of farming and then offer profitable alternative crops. Even if this approach fails to convince farmers to turn to alternative crops, the responsible bodies should introduce penalties.
just to see the scale of things:
the water requirement is mind blowing. I love butter and milk. but each glass of milk equals 250 liters of water! now imagine we need to feed 90 ish million people. :suicide:

And this is just one use case. I remember Visiting a petrochemical company, I asked the guide about the source of their water. he said that they had a few deep wells (چند حلقه چاه عمیق). Fortunately not every industry needs lots of water.

I really don't want to be in the Ministry of Energy right about now. I think they are going through hell.
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my source: https://www.theguardian.com/news/datablog/2013/jan/10/how-much-water-food-production-waste

P.S. I think we also need to know how much water is used to purify water for home use...
 

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I found this in afghan sektion.What you think? They are pro iran? Neutral? Or maybe supported from saudi or pakistan and can become a risk for iran?

 

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