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این ورزشگاه یادگار امام باید کلا درش تخته بشه. تبدیل شده به محلی برای تخلیه عقده
اصلاً همینی که برای چنین تماشاگرهایی ورزشگاه ۷۰ هزار نفری ساختند خودش جای بحث داره
ورزشگاه رو باید به عنوان بازسازی و مدرن کردن بکنند نهایت ۴۰ هزار نفر

ولی از همه مهم‌تر این هست که تراکتور رو جمع کنند
زمان احمدی‌نژاد بهشون بها داده شد اینطوری شد
زمانی که وحشی‌بازی در می‌آوردن و عادل فردوسی‌پور بهشون می‌گفت پرشورها این داستان‌ها جدی شد
اسم وحشی‌بازی رو گذاشتن پرشور بودن​
 

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اصلاً همینی که برای چنین تماشاگرهایی ورزشگاه ۷۰ هزار نفری ساختند خودش جای بحث داره
ورزشگاه رو باید به عنوان بازسازی و مدرن کردن بکنند نهایت ۴۰ هزار نفر

ولی از همه مهم‌تر این هست که تراکتور رو جمع کنند
زمان احمدی‌نژاد بهشون بها داده شد اینطوری شد
زمانی که وحشی‌بازی در می‌آوردن و عادل فردوسی‌پور بهشون می‌گفت پرشورها این داستان‌ها جدی شد
اسم وحشی‌بازی رو گذاشتن پرشور بودن​

باید سرشاخه و رهبر رو زد

جریان رو با مدیریت خشک کرد
 

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Iranian government should make it mandatory for all wealthy individuals to put solar panels on their roofs and connect those panels to the electrical grid. In Germany they're making solar panels mandatory for every house in a few years. That can be considered an extra tax on the wealthy but a tax that benefits the environment and the entire country.

According to some sources solar panels aren't cost effective, switching to solar energy would thus end up costing more. I didn't verify though.

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The only question is, afterwards, will Russians go for Odessa. With Transnistria on the line it seems likely, but we will have to wait and see. If the Ukrainians are smart, after Donbas, they will negotiate with Russia. However if they continue to remain stubborn and keep attacking Russian positions, then Russia will likely go for Odessa.

A few weeks ago Russia officially enhanced their war objectives to include the liberation of territories up to the border with Moldova, in a statement by general Rostam Minnikhanov. Thus, Russia now aims to liberate all of Novorossija (southern half of the current state of Ukraine, more or less).

When it comes to the strategic objectives of the Russian military operation, too many imaginary goals have been gratuitously attributed to Moscow by western media and officials since the beginning of the conflict, while others have been under the impression that the goals are unknown. Whereas in fact Russia has been explicit in the pronouncement of its objectives, and it's enough to reference those statements.
 
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Its still early days yet.
The big difference will be if the russian government is willing to use its considerable influence to "encourage" russian companies and financial institutions to take advantage of the economic opportunities in iran,and vice versa of course.
Ultimately time will tell I guess.But I would be more optimistic about realising iranian-russian trade potential than at any other time in the last 25 years.
https://www.tasnimnews.com/en/news/2022/05/21/2714474/iran-russia-sign-business-deal
https://www.tasnimnews.com/en/news/2022/01/22/2648606/iran-russia-annual-trade-to-hit-10-billion-mp

Some business savvy Russians might take advantage of the Iranian market but most Russians would rather go to vacation in Turkey or UAE where they can drink their Vodka. They love their Vodka.

Russians used to be way more industrious in the Soviet times. They used to build everything, but now they have become reliant on the west and China for goods and electronics. Who knows maybe these sanctions will make them more self sufficient ? Time will tell.

Contract law protections for foreigners is still atrocious in Iran. Sure, if you are investing billions into the energy sector the Iranian government will protect you and your investment will be secure.

However, if you are ordinary Russian investors and investing millions or tens of millions outside of energy sector then ease of business is quite difficult.

So would you rather invest in Iran, UAE, or Turkey? For an entrepreneur the answer is quite simple. Iran is simply not worth the risk at this point in time....even with the new sanctions introduced on Russia.

According to some sources solar panels aren't cost effective, switching to solar energy would thus end up costing more.

It has nothing to do with solar panels themselves per se. But the government incentives and amount of sunlight the location gets per year. There are solar panel calculators out there that will calculate if it’s worth it.

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I'm guessing that Iran will have no choice but to retaliate after this. Just yesterday Israel launched an airstrike on Damascus international airport, killing 3 Syrians, now this.


Breaking: Senior Iranian Revolutionary Guard Officer Assassinated In Tehran​


On May 22, a senior officer of Iran’s Quds Force, a branch of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), was assassinated in the Iranian capital, Tehran.

The assassination took place in the Mojahedin Eslam street in the eastern part of Tehran. The officer, identified by the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) as Colonel Hassan Sayyad, was gunned down inside his car by the assailants, who were armed with silenced guns and moving on a motorcycle.

IRNA released a photo showing the dead body of Col. Sayaad inside his white SAIPA Saba. The state-run agency didn’t say if the assailants were captured or managed to flee.


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The IRGC’s Quds Force specializes in unconventional warfare and military intelligence operations. The exact work of Col. Sayyad with the force is yet to be revealed.

This was the first assassination of an Iranian figure since the 27 November 2020 assassination of nuclear physicist and scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, who was known as the “father of Iran’s nuclear program”.

Fakhrizadeh was ambushed while traveling in a black Nissan Teana on a rural road in Absard, a city near Tehran. He was reported shot and killed with a remotely-control gun with an artificial intelligence-based identification system. The assassination of Fakhrizadeh was attributed to the Mossad, Israel’s national intelligence agency.

The assassination of Col. Sayyad was also likely the work of the Mossad, which reportedly used the exact same attack method to assassinate Iranian postgraduate electrical engineer Darioush Rezaeinejad on 23 July 2011.

Iran will likely escalate and retaliate to the assassination, which may have been orchestrated by Israel to sabotage the ongoing US-Iran talks to revive the 2015 nuclear deal.
 
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WOW footage from a new documentary shows how the Houthis delivered food / supplies to civilians and fighters besieged at Al-Durayhimi (near Hodeidah) using drones and rockets.

 

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Yesterday there was a drone strike on a Turkish military base in northern Iraq, east of Mosul near a town called Basiqa. Up to 6 kamikaze drones were involved in targeting the base. Allegedly 2 Turkish soldiers were killed in the attack. The group behind the attack calls itself Ahrar Sinjar. The group is made up of Kurds and some say backed by Iran. Not sure about this.


Either missile / drone strikes on an Israeli base neighboring Iran or some clandestine operation inside of Israel. However Israelis will deny everything either way. When the founder of Israel's nuclear program died in a mysterious fire, it was swept under the rug.

What type of retaliation you expect?
May be You will fire some rockets.
 

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Honestly the Syrians are the biggest sissies. I understand that they've gone through 10 years of war, but half of their country is occupied and the Israelis constantly bomb them and rather than retaliating in any way they constantly just shrug their shoulders.

They could easily acquire low cost drones and missiles from Iran and retaliate, just look at the Houthis. Hamas recently flew a drone into Israeli airspace. They flew low avoiding radar and allegedly were able to retrieve the drone afterwards. Syrians need to grow a pair if u ask me.

What type of retaliation you expect?
May be You will fire some rockets.
 

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Honestly the Syrians are the biggest sissies. I understand that they've gone through 10 years of war, but half of their country is occupied and the Israelis constantly bomb them and rather than retaliating in any way they constantly just shrug their shoulders.

They could easily acquire low cost drones and missiles from Iran and retaliate, just look at the Houthis. Hamas recently flew a drone into Israeli airspace. They flew low avoiding radar and allegedly were able to retrieve the drone afterwards. Syrians need to grow a pair if u ask me.
They're obviously bidding their time. It's highly likely that next war with Israel will be regional and Syria will play a critical role.
 

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A colonel in IRGC Quds Force drives a cheap Kia pride knockoff?

We continue to see a pattern of negligence on part of security of Iranian officials.

I mean you cannot build a simple armored vehicle in partnership with let’s say Iran Khosro and provide it to all officials above a certain security level/rank?
 
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Tehran size country killed your colonel
Honestly the Syrians are the biggest sissies. I understand that they've gone through 10 years of war, but half of their country is occupied and the Israelis constantly bomb them and rather than retaliating in any way they constantly just shrug their shoulders.

They could easily acquire low cost drones and missiles from Iran and retaliate, just look at the Houthis. Hamas recently flew a drone into Israeli airspace. They flew low avoiding radar and allegedly were able to retrieve the drone afterwards. Syrians need to grow a pair if u ask me.
Inside Tehran and you are asking Syrians to grow a pair!
 

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