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    Post  flamming_python on Wed Mar 11, 2015 8:26 pm

    I wonder what the prospects are for Russo-Iranian co-operation in defense industries and procurement.

    Certainly, at least for things like carbon fibers, and some other non-sensitive technology - the Russian MoD should begin to take notice. Iran could be a good source for low-cost military materials.
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    Post  nemrod on Wed Mar 11, 2015 9:59 pm

    flamming_python wrote:Iran could be a good source for low-cost military materials.
    And a strong ally, a good client, especially for the SU-35, and Mig-35. Russia desperately needs to sell them, Iran desperately needs to buy them.
    Iam suprised too, seeing Iran able to produce carbon fiber as great powers. I remember how David Albright - strong fanatic Israelo-US citizen speciallist at IISS about Iran and its nuclear program, for the israeli governement- taunted the ability of Iran to produce carbon fiber. He pretended that these fibers were bad quality. He was right lol! about this subject, as he was right a few years ago, when the pretended that Iran never could produce modern indegenous centrifuges lol! .

    Poor  attack  David Albright sniper Who could believe you ?

    ShahryarHedayatiSHBA, if you have more informations about the centrifuges please let's know. What about cooperation between Iran-Venezuela ? Cooperation between Iran-Nicaragua ? Cooperation between Iran-CUba ? Cooperation between Iran-North Korea ? I wish to see Nicaragua able to produce iranian carbon fiber too, it would be the true revolution against these bastards of capitalists-imperialists.

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    Post  ShahryarHedayatiSHBA on Sat Mar 14, 2015 5:13 am

    [quote="nemrod"]
    flamming_python wrote:

    ShahryarHedayatiSHBA, if you have more informations about the centrifuges please let's know. What about cooperation between Iran-Venezuela ? Cooperation between Iran-Nicaragua ? Cooperation between Iran-CUba ? Cooperation between Iran-North Korea ? I wish to see Nicaragua able to produce iranian carbon fiber too, it would be the true revolution against these bastards of capitalists-imperialists.

    i'm sorry to say that
    because of nuke talks , Iran keeps news about strategic cooperation with other countries (specially The Latin America) Away from reporters

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    Post  ShahryarHedayatiSHBA on Sat Mar 14, 2015 9:03 am

    Iran starts mass production of Ghadir Anti-ship cruise missile










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    Post  nemrod on Sun Mar 15, 2015 11:57 am

    ShahryarHedayatiSHBA wrote:Iran starts mass production of Ghadir Anti-ship cruise missile


    Thx ShahryarHedayatiSHBA.
    I hope these hardwares will sunk much israelis, and US ships, especially some aircrafts-carriers.

    ShahryarHedayatiSHBA wrote:
    Iran to Retire All Ghadr-F , shahab-3 , Ghiam & Fateh-110 Ballistic Missiles in next Iranian year

    Why ? Because of the next agreements with US in Geneva talks ?
    Have you more informations ?

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    Post  ShahryarHedayatiSHBA on Sun Mar 15, 2015 3:16 pm

    nemrod wrote:
    ShahryarHedayatiSHBA wrote:Iran starts mass production of Ghadir Anti-ship cruise missile


    Thx ShahryarHedayatiSHBA.
    I hope these hardwares will sunk much israelis, and US ships, especially some aircrafts-carriers.

    Yeah thumbsup


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    Why ? Because of the next agreements with US in Geneva talks ?
    Have you more informations ?

    No , Because They  found those missile Vulnerable to Future Anti-missile systems
    Those missile will be replace by new generation

    Iran Plans to Replace Missile Arsenal
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    Post  nemrod on Sun Mar 15, 2015 3:28 pm

    ShahryarHedayatiSHBA wrote:
    No , Because They  found those missile Vulnerable to Future Anti-missile systems
    Mwahahaha lol!
    Vulnerable ? All what say Israel is a mere intox. I remember during the last Gaza confrontation, I provided some relevant informations saying that Iron Dome intercept at the best case 10%. If it is true. The reality, untill now, noone has the technology able to intercept missiles, roquets. If you rely on Israeli intox, you will finish to believe that they are supermen able overcome all challenges. Do not believe them.


    ShahryarHedayatiSHBA wrote:Those missile will be replace by new generation
    I hope this is the reason, because Iam fearing this new iranian president Rouhani, more compliant to integrate US axis. I hope this is the reason, and not a deal, in order to save Israel, against Iran come back into western axis. I prefer Ahmadinedjad, I have no confidence on Rouhani.
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    Post  GarryB on Mon Mar 16, 2015 7:50 am

    Well I hope they are never used in anger and don't kill anyone... Israeli or American, but I do hope having modern capable missiles makes both Israel and the US back off and get off your back over everything and just let you get on with developing your own way.

    Nice Photos BTW... something about missiles that is just cool... Smile


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    Post  ShahryarHedayatiSHBA on Mon Mar 16, 2015 8:22 am

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    Post  max steel on Thu Apr 02, 2015 7:10 pm

    Iran deploys ‘real Iron Dome’ missile defense system Shocked


    Iran says it has activated its own “real Iron Dome” missile defense system, which makes the airspace above the Islamic Republic the safest in the Middle East.

    http://rt.com/news/220999-iran-iron-dome-missile/

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    Post  ShahryarHedayatiSHBA on Thu Apr 02, 2015 8:13 pm

    max steel wrote: Iran deploys ‘real Iron Dome’ missile defense system   Shocked


    Iran says it has activated its own “real Iron Dome” missile defense system, which makes the airspace above the Islamic Republic the safest in the Middle East.

    http://rt.com/news/220999-iran-iron-dome-missile/


    “Today Iran's Air Defense System has provided our country with an Iron Dome in its real sense and Iran's airspace is the safest in the region," said Mohammad Hassan Aboutorabifard, vice speaker of Iran’s parliament,
    lol!
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    Post  max steel on Thu Apr 02, 2015 8:15 pm

    WHAT DOES lol! MEAN ?

    This news is Bogus or mere propaganda by iran ?

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    Post  ShahryarHedayatiSHBA on Thu Apr 02, 2015 8:21 pm

    max steel wrote:WHAT DOES lol! MEAN ?

    This news is Bogus or mere propaganda by iran ?


    It's a little  exaggerated news , about Iran's anti-missile capability
    Just a little pwnd


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    Post  max steel on Thu Apr 02, 2015 8:29 pm

    was expecting same .

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    Post  ShahryarHedayatiSHBA on Fri Apr 24, 2015 3:20 pm

    Iran Building New Submarine with Missile-Launching Capability



    The submarine, named Be'sat, which is now in designing stage will be 60 meters long and has the operational power for missions in the depth of 300 meters.

    Iranian military experts plan to mount 6 launchers for firing torpedoes and marine cruise missiles on the new submarine and equip the subsurface vessel with mine-laying capability.

    The submarine will weigh over 1,300 tons.

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    Post  ShahryarHedayatiSHBA on Fri Apr 24, 2015 3:21 pm

    Official: Iran needs 500 passenger planes



    Iran needs to buy up to 500 passenger planes in the next 10 years to renovate its aging fleet, head of the country’s aviation organization says.

    A preliminary agreement between Iran and the P5+1 group of countries in November 2013 led to an easing of sanctions on the aviation sector.

    Boeing entered into an agreement with Iran Air in 2014, which generated $120,000 in gross revenues, the American company said then.

    The deal included sale of aircraft manuals, drawings and navigation charts as well as data to the Iranian flag carrier airline.

    American engine manufacture General Electric has also received permission from the US government to sell spare parts to Iran.

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    Post  max steel on Fri Apr 24, 2015 3:36 pm

    Boeing planes after Iran contra is a bad idea ! You never know when they can trip your boeing controls just like they have a backdoor switch in their weapons to dismantle it in case ally turns hostile . Iran needs to purchase Russian passenger aircrafts from Antonov etc .
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    Post  GarryB on Sat Apr 25, 2015 10:43 am

    Actually real Russian airliners would be better rather than Antonovs from Ukraine...

    Tupolevs, Illysions, and of course Sukhoi superjets and MS-21s.


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    Post  max steel on Sat Apr 25, 2015 11:46 am

    LOL YEAH I MEANT TUPOLEV ONLY . GOT CONFUSED PERHAPS .

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    Post  ShahryarHedayatiSHBA on Thu May 07, 2015 8:42 am

    Deputy DM: Iran Working to Increase Range of Air-Based Missiles to 300km





    TEHRAN (FNA)- The Iranian aerospace experts are working on a plan to produce a new air-launched missile which can destroy targets as far as 300km, Deputy Defense Minister and Head of Iran's Aerospace Organization General Mehdi Farahi announced on Tuesday.

    "In the last 6 months, we have seen the display of the air-based Qader and Nasr missiles as well as Fakour 90 missiles," Gen. Farahi said, addressing a forum in Tehran today, and added, "The project for the production of the air-to-air Fakour 90 missiles started in the (Persian) year 1390 (March 2011-March 2012) which passed the final tests during the 10-Day Dawn celebrations (January 31-February 11 of 2013) of the (Persian) year 1391 (March 2012-March 2013)."

    "A while ago, the air-based Qader missile was also fired by an F4 fighter jet and hit the target precisely after flying 200km in range," he added.

    "The next stage in the Aerospace Organization is (building) an air-based 300-km missile which we will witness in the future," Farahi said.

    He also referred to Iran's strategy to develop its aerospace equipment, and said, "The world is moving towards building smart missiles and pilotless fighter jets, and thus, our approach is comprised of equipping and arming drones both from offensive and defensive viewpoints."

    Iran announced on Tuesday that the country's experts are building a new long-range air-to-air missile system named 'Maqsoud' (Objective).

    He said that the Iranian Armed Forces are now working on 11 top level projects in the aerospace industry as well as 17 air-based weapons system production projects.

    Hejazi also underlined that the targeting problem in the home-made air-based Qader (Mighty) and Nasr (Victory) missile systems has been resolved giving the Iranian Armed Forces a high maneuvering power.

    "By designing and building these air-based missiles for the first time in Iran, the Air Forces' fighter jets will be equipped with advanced air-based Qader missiles with a range of over 200km and air-based Nasr missiles with a range of over 35km and their operational and deterrence power will increase powerfully," Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan told reporters at the unveiling ceremony in Tehran.


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    Post  nemrod on Thu May 07, 2015 11:34 am

    ShahryarHedayatiSHBA wrote:Deputy DM: Iran Working to Increase Range of Air-Based Missiles to 300km


    http://english.farsnews.com/newstext...13920709001244
    Good news, if Iran is successfully producing its own air-air missiles. However, in my P.O.V. the most urgent need for Iran is to modernize its air old fleet. As the sanctions against Iran have ended, Iran could order at least 80-100 SU-35, and 100-120 Mig-35. It will be a severe blow to US's imperialism, because they could not attack Iran.

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    Post  ShahryarHedayatiSHBA on Sun Jun 14, 2015 5:00 am

    Iran has equipped its sensitive areas with anti-EMP filters


    Saeed Rahimi the Manager of Kosar IT and Communication Group said: Iran is now building its own EMP filters locally and already applied them to many of Iranian sensitive sites.

    Rahimi mentioned that there are many systems and products necessary to achieve an acceptable level of resistance to EMPs and EMP filters are one of them.

    He said In past Iran had no choice but to import these filters and other needed products but since a while Iranian high tech company Kosar suceeded with designing and producing these filters as it is considered a sanctioned product.

    He said; Iran learned from recent Western invasions that it is no escape from getting Iran an EMP resistant nation and therefore, a while ago there was orders to make all Iranian sensitive sites ready for this possible scenario.

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    Post  George1 on Mon Jul 06, 2015 9:36 pm

    Russia and China helped Iran to create a cyber-security center


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    Post  ShahryarHedayatiSHBA on Fri Jul 10, 2015 6:01 am

    The Futility and Immorality of Iran Sanctions



    HONG KONG -- "We have been trading with Iran for 500 years and the only barrier has been a strip of water. Why would we stop now because someone across the ocean demands it?" a top local banker asked me rhetorically during my recent stopover in Dubai on my way to Iran. The two-way trade between the UAE and Iran is estimated to be around U.S. $15 billion and in reality is twice as much since this does not account for the enormous informal sector.

    Contrary to what many have come to believe, U.S. sanctions on Iran are not as crippling as they are made out to be. Unlike many of its neighbors who are almost entirely dependent on oil, Iran is a diversified economy with a functioning manufacturing, agricultural and service sector, albeit inefficient due to sanctions and inadequate investments. The World Bank classifies it as an "upper middle income" country and despite sanctions Iran, with a GDP of $415.3 billion, is still the second largest economy in the Middle East and North Africa region. Average life expectancy (74 years) is almost as good as any in the developed world, and when it comes to primary school enrollment, Iran is leagues ahead of its neighbors.

    But, if anything, the Iranian people are resourceful and creative. They get around the problem through ingenuity and enterprise. A thriving currency market in the bazaars of Isfahan allowed me to exchange as much cash as I wanted for my travel and shopping, and sellers were happy to accept the Hong Kong dollar, renminbi and the yen. Carpet merchants, hoteliers and even taxi drivers are ever ready to swap foreign currencies for the riyal. Bank Melli Iran even issues pre-paid "cash cards" that allow tourists to swipe transactions just as they would in Hong Kong or Singapore.

    The sanctions make those of us who are rich even richer and those who are poor even poorer.

    This is not to say that sanctions do not hurt. Inflation has hit the pockets of ordinary Iranians, and the collapse of the Iranian riyal, which has fallen by 57 percent of its value since early 2012, has made imports more expensive. By eliminating market competition and leaving what little room there is for international trade to a very restricted list of individuals and organizations, sanctions have created huge inequalities in Iranian society. As one wealthy Iranian told me, "the sanctions make those of us who are rich even richer and those who are poor even poorer."

    So if sanctions are ineffective, then why are they still in place? This comes down to what former French President Valery Giscard D'Estaing called the "exorbitant privilege" granted to the U.S. via the Bretton Woods agreement. He used this to describe U.S.' unique ability to dominate the global financial system by virtue of the greenback being the global reserve currency. That extraordinary primacy of the greenback has allowed Washington to extend the notion of exorbitant privilege to exercising arbitrary force on those who dare not to play by its rules.

    But the beneficiaries of the sanctions are many. These include the Gulf states, who are very aware of the windfall the sanctions on Iran gives them, and it is easy to see why they are beseeching Washington not to relax them. The motivations are probably more economic than sectarian. As the Dubai banker explained: "Iranians have a lot of money locked in Gulf banks, businesses and real estate. Guess what happens to all those shiny glass and marble shrines once Tehran rejoins the international financial system?"

    What he implied was that much of that economic power could readily move to more fertile ground with a much larger consumer base. If the sanctions were lifted, the "music," at least for the Gulf states, could possibly slow down. But that might not be a bad thing as spreading the wealth in the region will create healthier competition and importantly help bring much needed political stability as commerce and trade expands. It will also unleash the untapped human capital of the largest and most educated pool of young people in the region -- and that would include women who outnumber men in universities in Iran.

    So just how unfair is it for the world to let one nation have the exorbitant privilege to punish others just because it has an old axe to grind? No other country has been granted this, and it is about time the world took ownership of this "license" so that it is not abused.

    You can drive the length and breadth of the U.S., but you will not find a single place with anything like the culture you will find at Imam Square. Why do they think we will bow to them?


    Why? Successive U.S. administrations have shown the world repeatedly how badly it takes setbacks and seeks to punish others without global support. More than three decades have passed since the U.S. embassy hostage crisis, but that incident continues to color how American foreign policy frames Iran. For most Americans, Iran is a hostile place where their diplomats were once held hostage, not a warm and friendly country of about 80 million people and a GDP of U.S. $415.3 billion with whom they should have strong ties. Most Americans are either ignorant of or refuse to acknowledge that American and British conniving to protect oil interests thwarted Iran's first attempts at democratization in 1953.

    On the humanitarian front, the tightening of the sanctions has resulted in serious shortage of lifesaving drugs, vaccines and other key medical supplies in the country. A much tougher sanctions regime on neighboring Iraq after the first Gulf war killed about half a million children under the age of five according to UNICEF. If such reports are anything to go by, then it is clear that sanctions did the same in more heavily populated Iran. But politicians in the West have become so trapped in this game of charades that even a threat to the lives of hundred of thousands of babies barely stirs their conscience. It would appear no price is high enough to pay to punish Islamic theologians whose worldview is not shared by the West.

    But Iran is more than the simplistic image many in the West -- in their fear of Islam -- have of the country. To stand in the middle of Imam Square in Isfahan is to stand in awe of a culture that predates the arrival of the first pilgrims on the shores of North America. The Iranians know their place in history. Extremely learned, it is a culture that has developed a highly refined sense of literature, art and architecture. I met a 65-year-old master craftsman, who earns $200 a month investing three years of hard labor trying to fix an elaborately designed silk carpet made by a master weaver whose center was off by a mere two inches. What kind of a culture produces this kind of devotion to perfection? As my Iranian friend who has family in the U.S. told me, "you can drive the length and breadth of the U.S., but you will not find a single place with anything like the culture you will find just here at Imam Square. Why do they think we will bow to them?"

    U.S. and European negotiators will do well to remember these words of a young businessman and not those of a religious fanatic. They should stroll through the bazaars of Isfahan and Shiraz if they have any second thoughts about inking the agreement with the Iranians. Neither the moderates, nor the hardliners will part with Iran's right to nuclear energy. If they are expected to play their role as responsible actors in global affairs, then they should be respected and trusted as equal partners. It is time for futile and immoral sanctions to go. The poor and weak have already paid an exorbitant price.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/chandran-nair/futility-immorality-iran-sanctions_b_7762120.html

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    Post  ShahryarHedayatiSHBA on Mon Jul 13, 2015 6:37 pm

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