Rahman-Mulhid Publish time 19-6-2017 11:57 PM

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sam1528 Publish time 20-6-2017 05:57 AM

Ha ha .... mat slow dah kena kelentong dgn propa Zionist

Norman Finkelstein exposes MEMRI"They use the same sort of propaganda techniques as the Nazis," Professor Norman G. Finkelstein, a well-known scholar on Israel/Palestine, told InFocus. "They take things out of context in order to do personal and political harm to people they don't like."

Besides Carmon, several MEMRI staffers are former Israeli intelligence specialists. Especially troubling are suspected links between MEMRI and the current Israeli intelligence establishment.

According to a 2005 article in Israel's Ha'aretz, the Israeli Defense Forces plants fake stories in the Arab media, which it then translates and tries to retail to Israeli journalists. How much of MEMRI is simply an extension of such IDF operations?

The questions raised by the Ha'aretz story caused Proffesor Juan Cole to write, "How much of what we 'know' from 'Arab sources' about 'Hizbullah terrorism' was simply made up by this fantasy factory in Tel Aviv?"
The Guardian on MEMRIEvidence from Memri's website also casts doubt on its non-partisan status. Besides supporting liberal democracy, civil society, and the free market, the institute also emphasises "the continuing relevance of Zionism to the Jewish people and to the state of Israel".

That is what its website used to say, but the words about Zionism have now been deleted. The original page, however, can still be found in internet archives.

The reason for Memri's air of secrecy becomes clearer when we look at the people behind it. The co-founder and president of Memri, and the registered owner of its website, is an Israeli called Yigal Carmon.

Mr - or rather, Colonel - Carmon spent 22 years in Israeli military intelligence and later served as counter-terrorism adviser to two Israeli prime ministers, Yitzhak Shamir and Yitzhak Rabin.

Retrieving another now-deleted page from the archives of Memri's website also throws up a list of its staff. Of the six people named, three - including Col Carmon - are described as having worked for Israeli intelligence.

Among the other three, one served in the Israeli army's Northern Command Ordnance Corps, one has an academic background, and the sixth is a former stand-up comedian.
Hmmmm , not so good ye mat slow

Rahman+Mulhid Publish time 20-6-2017 10:06 AM

sam1528 replied at 19-6-2017 09:57 PM
Ha ha .... mat slow dah kena kelentong dgn propa Zionist

Norman Finkelstein exposes MEMRI

Zoroastrians Flock to Sacred Temple for Annual Pilgrimage
June 17, 2017 - 06:58

Each year from June 14–18, thousands of Zoroastrians from Iran, India and other countries flock to an ancient fire temple at Pir-e Sabz or Chak Chak village in central Iran.
The village Chak Chak is part of Ardakan County in Yazd province, central Iran. A fire temple located in the village is the most sacred of the mountain shrines of Zoroastrianism.

Chak Chak serves as a pilgrimage point for pious Zoroastrians who annually flock to the site from Iran and all around the world.

Tradition has it that pilgrims are to stop riding the moment they catch sight of the temple and complete the last leg of their journey on foot.

In Zoroastrian belief, Chak Chak is where Nikbanou, second daughter of the last pre-Islamic Persian ruler, Yazdgerd III of the Sassanid Empire, was cornered by the invading Arab army in 640 CE. Fearing capture Nikbanou prayed to Ahura Mazda to protect her from her enemies. In response to Nikbanou’s pleadings, the mountain miraculously opened up and sheltered her from the invaders.

Notable features of Chak Chak include the ever-dripping spring located at the mountain. Legend has it that these drops are tears of grief that the mountain sheds in remembrance of Nikbanou. Growing beside the holy spring is an immense and ancient tree said to be Nikbanou’s cane. Legend also has it that a petrified colorful cloth from Nikbanou was also visible in the rocks, although pilgrims have since removed it.

Here are ISNA’s photos of the recent gathering of Zoroastrians in Pir-e Sabz:












sam1528 Publish time 20-6-2017 06:24 PM

Rahman+Mulhid replied at 20-6-2017 10:06 AM
Zoroastrians Flock to Sacred Temple for Annual Pilgrimage
June 17, 2017 - 06:58

Ha ha ... mat slow dah kantoi kena temberang dgn geng zionist , cepat2 tukat topik pada Zoroastrian

Apa hal mat slow? Asyik lari kiri kanan aje bila kantoi

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