iran prevents isis terrorist attacks on it's soil

Playboy

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they are on top of their game.belgium,france and the usa could
learn a few things form the iranian security apparatus on how to
identify,surveil and stop isis terrorists from attacking their civilians.

[video=youtube;ukQMAZozX2A]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ukQMAZozX2A[/video]
 
May 9, 2004
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اینطور که پیداست اینها می خواسته اند
همزمان با عملیاتهای بنگلادش عراق سوریه ترکیه و عربستان در ایران هم این کار رو انجام بدهند
که خوشبختانه تیرشان به سنگ خورده
 
Oct 18, 2002
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It is not very hard to do it when no body has civil liberties.

I was in a bus in Iran going from Shiraz to Esfahan.

Every single bus was getting pulled over twice. passengers where awakened and lined up next to a wall.
 

Sly

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Lies lies lies.....

They found two poor bastards, framed them and made them confess to something like this.
That, or maybe they really caught them! As a Shia nation, Iran is enemy number one for isis, let alone because of its involvement in Iraq and Syria! Why would isis have no record of terrorist attack in Iran otherwise?
 
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That's what they want you to believe.



Same reason they haven't had one in Dubai, Qatar, Tajikestan, Kuwait, Azarbaijan, Greece...etc. There's no money being paid for blowing up Iranian shopping centers and mosques.
The reasons BT jaan are a lot dirtier. One of the reasons is that the IR is a terrorist regime itself and terrorists know each other. The IR has a huge terrorist network around the globe and specially in the region. IR is factually hosting the heads of Al Qaida and until 5 years ago even the sons of Ben Laden while they were hunted globally even in Saudi Arabia. The IR is on record issuing passports and letting sunni terrorists of Al Qaida and even ISIS members to pass the iranian territory without any issues from Afghanistan to Iraq. In return they have promised to keep their hands off iranian cities. ISIS has all the tools to do a lot of damage to iranian cities and even to IR officials because they dont fight to survive, they fight to kill and die. They can easily blow up a vezarat khoone in Iran, they can easily blow themselves up in squares, in cinemas, in gatherrings... They have their people in Iran, in Balouchestan, in Tehran, in khouzestan, in Kordestan, Kermanshah, Azarbaijan....but they need IR in their fights in Iraq and Syria. ISIS wants to fight and the IR wants the fights in Iraq and Syria to extend too. IR, ISIS and Al Qaida are enemies who have found some strategical common ground so while there are fights between them in Syria and Iraq, there is peace with the same elements in Iran. In Yemen as example the IR has used Al Qaida fighters as exchange material for the shiite terrorists who got into the hands of Al Qaida in Yemen.

These motherfuckers are terrorists by nature and terrorists always find ways to keep each other in check.
 

Sly

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Same reason they haven't had one in Dubai, Qatar, Tajikestan, Kuwait, Azarbaijan, Greece...etc. There's no money being paid for blowing up Iranian shopping centers and mosques.
But you mean there is money being paid for Libya, Tunisia, Yemen, Turkey, Lebanon, Indonesia, Egypt, Bangladesh, Kazakhstan?

Ps. Kuwait was actually included too with a Shia mosque bombing.
 

Sly

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but they need IR in their fights in Iraq and Syria. ISIS wants to fight and the IR wants the fights in Iraq and Syria to extend too.
According to different reports, Isis are losing ground to the troops of governments of Iraq and Syria, whom in turn are backed by Iran! Are you saying, this is what Isis want and that's how they are cooperating with Iran?
 
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This Thread has turned into a typical spitting match.

those who want to deny IRI has succeeded in the very least a government is supposed to provide (external security)

those who want to give IRI way too much credit on the basis of having provided bare minimum of external security.
 
Apr 15, 2016
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...and there is a third category: People who as always just like to create gray areas even if things are pretty clear. People from this category do not know much but they feel cool or maybe even wise by creating all those gray zones that barely tell us anything of any use.
 
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...and there is a third category: People who as always just like to create gray areas even if things are pretty clear. People from this category do not know much but they feel cool or maybe even wise by creating all those gray zones that barely tell us anything of any use.
welcome to the real world.
 
Apr 15, 2016
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To ehsans senseless "real world" where black is not black and white is not white, where grass is blue and yogurt is brown? To the same world inwhich ehsan goes over to Iran for a couple of weeks after 4 years and comes back with some laughable explanations and conclusions as for how peoples economic situation has been improved? lol
 
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For me, it would not be at all difficult for a terrorist attack anywhere in Iran. The regime claims to have created security but the fact is the agreements are behind the scenes. It's not because they have physically created a secure place. If the terrorists can blow themselves up in Istanbul and Brussels, they can do it in Iran.
Iran is a huge country and to believe that the regime has kept it free of terrorist is laughable.