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New Iranian weapons in service with the Syrian army

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It is no secret that Iran provides active assistance in the fight against international terrorism to the Syrian army. Here you can remember 15 billion dollars in loans, and a huge number of volunteers and military advisers sent to the rescue of Syrian soldiers.


But we must not forget about weapon: Iran has put a lot of it over the last Iran. Below are 14 photos of new Iranian weapons samples seen in Syria over the past couple of years.

1. Large-caliber sniper rifle AM-50

New Iranian weapons in service with the Syrian army


2. Impact drone "Shahed 129"



3. Reconnaissance drone "Mohajer-4"



4. Iranian copy of anti-tank missile complex ATGM TOW



5. Multiple launch rocket system HM20



6. Saphire SUV with 106-mm recoilless gun



7. Reconnaissance drone "Ababil-3"



8. Reconnaissance drone "Mohajer-4"



9. XJUMX mm Fajr-107 jet salvo system based on the Sepehr SUV



10. 120-mm towed mortar based on the Sepehr SUV



11. Intelligence drone «Yasir»



12. Thermal imaging sights of the RU60G \ RU90G \ RU120G family



13. Falaq-2 rockets



14. Tactical missile Fateh-110

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  1. Hooks
    Hooks 21 February 2016 07: 36
    11
    Very interesting samples. And this is in conditions of essentially isolation of the state. Iranians are just amazing. Here are just more details to the author, with TTX.
    1. Professor
      Professor 21 February 2016 09: 15
      -7
      Quote: Hooks
      Here are just more details to the author, with TTX.

      It's simple. Take the TTX of the original from which they tore off and boldly divide in half.
      1. cosmos111
        cosmos111 21 February 2016 09: 36
        24
        Quote: Professor
        It's simple. Take the TTX of the original from which they tore off and boldly divide in half.

        a, TTX of the original, in Israel we multiply by 2 fellow
        1. Professor
          Professor 21 February 2016 09: 59
          -3
          Quote: cosmos111
          a, TTX of the original, in Israel we multiply by 2

          No, Israel has the originals, like the USA. for example
          Shahed 129 drone is Hermes 450


          Ababil-3 reconnaissance drone is Searcher


          Yasir reconnaissance drone is ScanEagl

          1. cosmos111
            cosmos111 21 February 2016 10: 48
            +7
            Quote: Professor
            No, Israel has the originals, like the USA. for example
            Shahed 129 drone is Hermes 450


            originals, this is understandable, BUT TECHNOLOGIES, element base, software ... all this is Made in USA ...
            in the 70-80 years, when the sanctions were in effect, Israel did not have such breakthrough technologies ...

            Now the military-industrial complex of Israel, It's just CHAT, Western..... and nothing original ...

            the only country in the world that produces the original military technology is RUSSIA, to some extent France and China, EVERYTHING ....
            1. Professor
              Professor 21 February 2016 10: 52
              -2
              Quote: cosmos111
              originals, this is understandable, BUT TECHNOLOGIES, element base, software ... all this is Made in USA ...
              in the 70-80 years, when the sanctions were in effect, Israel did not have such breakthrough technologies ...

              Now the military-industrial complex of Israel, It's just CHAT, the western .....

              You are mistaken. Software and hardware are exclusively their own. Avionics is also your own. Engines are not always their own.
              Israel created the first drones back in those days when there was an embargo on the supply of weapons and technology.

              Yes. Israel seeks to become part of the Western world. It’s not for obscurantism that we strive.
              1. cosmos111
                cosmos111 21 February 2016 11: 02
                +7
                Quote: Professor
                Software and hardware are exclusively their own.

                It might be ... BUT name at least one company that produces chips, processors, displays ...

                Quote: Professor
                It’s not for obscurantism that we strive.

                and, obscurantists are WHO ??? (read below your post, "obscurantists" are naturally Iran ..

                BUT why they are fighting with real obscurantists from igil (banned in Russia)
                1. Professor
                  Professor 21 February 2016 11: 11
                  -3
                  Quote: cosmos111
                  It might be ... BUT name at least one company that produces chips, processors, displays ...

                  Elbit, Rafael, Tower Semiconductor

                  Quote: cosmos111
                  and, obscurantists are WHO ??? (read below your post, "obscurantists" are naturally Iran ..

                  Iran, Saudi Arabia, etc.

                  Quote: cosmos111
                  BUT why they are fighting with real obscurantists from igil (banned in Russia)

                  Shiite obscurantists are fighting the Sunni obscurantists for spheres of influence. The first hang, and the second chop heads. That’s the whole difference.

                  Quote: barbiturate
                  So it is, but what do you think, why do rich and successful countries degenerate without exception, and all sorts of Africans and Arabs replace them, the grin of God? Even Israel is degenerating and the number of Jews is declining in the state, another 10-20 years and we will get Europe hostile to Israel (the horror is also happening there, I know firsthand Germany, for example) The more competent the country, the faster it degenerates, only a career and money on mind .

                  This is not entirely true. In Israel, the Jewish population is growing faster than the Arab population. In the US, the population is growing. In Canada, Australia, Singapore too. Europe is stalled.

                  Quote: barbiturate
                  Yes, they’ve stolen it, ours sold anything to anyone during the EBN period (and we can now, but vryatli), and copying is the way of eternal backwardness

                  Why is no one outraged? wink
                  1. Daniel
                    Daniel 21 February 2016 13: 41
                    +2
                    Where did the Iranians get the technology and equipment for the production of thermal imaging sights?
                    1. Professor
                      Professor 21 February 2016 21: 06
                      -1
                      Quote: Daniel
                      Where did the Iranians get the technology and equipment for the production of thermal imaging sights?

                      They use civilian versions from free sale. I had an article about this.

                      Quote: the most important
                      growing .... but if we expand the growth into its components, we will see that the main growth is due to the orthodox ...

                      This is a hackneyed stigma, but if that were true, then there is nothing wrong with that. My family doctor is an Orthodox, no problem.

                      Quote: the most important
                      they do not work, do not produce anything, and funds are needed for their maintenance. accordingly, in the near future, taxes on the maintenance of orthodox devour the economy of Israel.

                      And to put it mildly, not exactly. More than 50% of Orthodox work, and the percentage of those working is growing every year, as well as the percentage of conscripts.

                      Quote: the most important
                      Already now fruits and vegetables in Siberia in winter are cheaper than in Israel in the summer ...

                      Israeli fruits and vegetables. wink You would also compare our salaries.

                      Quote: APASUS
                      Well, you professor is all about Iran, but about Iran.

                      So article about Iran, but not Mozambique. request

                      Quote: APASUS
                      “There are 30 million adults in the US who are considered illiterate. This is 14% of the US population.

                      Nonsense: US population 321,368,864 (July 2015 est.), Adult literacy is 99% (well, not all blacks want to study). Total number of illiterate is about 3 million.
                      http://www.indexmundi.com/g/r.aspx?v=39

                      Quote: APASUS
                      Well, what to do with convicts? Is there such a surge of crime in the USA over the past 30 years or are there problems that are not related to crimes?

                      1. An article about Iran or the USA?
                      2. The number of executions per capita in Iran is greater than anyone else in the world. Well, they like to hang about and for no reason. In absolute terms, China leads. Well, how much is in the USA? A lot, but crime there is not as it was before. For example, in New York it became possible to walk even at night. Personally checked.
                  2. the most important
                    the most important 21 February 2016 14: 37
                    +4
                    Quote: Professor
                    In Israel, the Jewish population is growing faster than the Arab population.

                    growing .... but if we expand the growth into its components, we will see that the main growth is due to the orthodox ... well, or rather, the orthodox grow much faster than the secular population ... not a very tempting prospect ... they do not work, They do not produce anything, and funds are needed for their maintenance. accordingly, in the near future, taxes on the maintenance of orthodox devour the economy of Israel. Already now fruits and vegetables in Siberia in winter are cheaper than in Israel in the summer ...
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                    2. atalef
                      atalef 21 February 2016 14: 55
                      -2
                      Quote: the most important
                      or rather, the Orthodox grow much faster than the secular population ... not a very tempting prospect ...

                      C 11 minutes ....
                      1. the most important
                        the most important 21 February 2016 21: 15
                        +1
                        cool! but you won’t deny that there are a lot of orthodox movements ... when I was in Haifa, we accidentally got into an orthodox district during a religious holiday. And although the IDF officer was with me ... but he also advised me to go sightseeing in another area, just in case ... all of a sudden the locals will not like my clothes, hairstyle or our car. So you have a problem ... and it is not solved yet.
                      2. Professor
                        Professor 21 February 2016 21: 28
                        0
                        Quote: the most important
                        but you will not deny that there is a mass of orthodox currents ...

                        There is. Like any Christian sects you have. Well?

                        A MILITARY TURN AGAINST THE INTERNET HELD IN THE MOSCOW REGION
                        Quote: the most important
                        when I was in Haifa, we accidentally got into an orthodox district during a religious holiday. And although the IDF officer was with me ... but he also advised me to go sightseeing in another area, just in case ... all of a sudden the locals will not like my clothes, hairstyle or our car.

                        Now I wonder what kind of attractions are in the religious quarter of the Haifa district of Adar? No, really? wink

                        If you try to drive through the closed street of this quarter or any other religious quarter such as the Jerusalem Mea Shaarim from Saturday, you can grab a stone. Outcasts however. In any other case, no one cares about your clothes, hair or car.

                        Quote: the most important
                        So you have a problem ... and it is not solved yet.

                        There's no problem. Orthodox are very colorful, noisy and emotional. Our leftists love to hate them. That's all. Orthodox do not work, badly (parasites), they went to work, badly (they spoil the atmosphere with their appearance and girls have to wear a bra). They don’t serve in the army, it’s bad (parasites), they went to serve, it’s bad (now they have weapons). laughing
                      3. the most important
                        the most important 22 February 2016 11: 11
                        +1
                        Quote: Professor
                        Now I wonder what kind of attractions are in the religious quarter of the Haifa district of Adar? No, really?

                        Sorry, but for a foreigner, even having religious quarters is nonsense!
                        Quote: Professor
                        If you try to drive through the closed street of this quarter or any other religious quarter such as the Jerusalem Mea Shaarim from Saturday, you can grab a stone. Outcasts however.

                        yeah ... as I understand it, even in the cyganted areas we are calmer ... at least stopping at them I am sure that I will stay alive.
                      4. Professor
                        Professor 22 February 2016 11: 37
                        0
                        Quote: the most important
                        Sorry, but for a foreigner, even having religious quarters is nonsense!

                        It's like in "Brother-2"
                        "Are there beautiful houses there?"


                        Quote: the most important
                        yeah ... as I understand it, even in the cyganted areas we are calmer ... at least stopping at them I am sure that I will stay alive.

                        The religious quarters are very calm. There is no street crime at all. Just behaving there must be respectful of the locals. Well, you should not walk there with a flag with a swastika or ride on Saturday with loud music.
                      5. Old old
                        Old old 23 February 2016 13: 28
                        0
                        Well, you should not walk there with a flag with a swastika ...

                        You really decide.
                      6. Old old
                        Old old 23 February 2016 13: 28
                        0
                        Well, you should not walk there with a flag with a swastika ...

                        You really decide.
                  3. Old old
                    Old old 23 February 2016 13: 20
                    0
                    professor (5) IL February 21, 2016 21:28 ↑
                    Quote: the most important
                    but you will not deny that there is a mass of orthodox currents ...
                    There is. Like any Christian sects you have. Well?

                    Sects and orthodox movements are two different things.
                    A sect can be peaceful, and Orthodox are always aggressive and warlike.
            2. padded jacket
              padded jacket 21 February 2016 15: 04
              +6
              Quote: the most important
              growing .... but if we expand the growth into its components, we will see that the main growth is due to the orthodox ... well, or rather, the orthodox grow much faster than the secular population ... not a very tempting prospect ...

              Yes, in Israel, population growth among Jews only among Orthodox Jews, ordinary Jewish women do not particularly want to give birth. This nation is degenerating and probably only Jews "religious fanatics" will remain in Israel.
              Nearly half of families in Tel Aviv have no children.
              More than 40% of families living in Tel Aviv do not have children. In Haifa, this figure is 36%.
              http://cursorinfo.co.il/news/novosti1/2016/02/07/pochti-polovina-semey-v-telaviv
              e-ne-imeet-detey /

              And the orthodox Jews, especially in the occupying army of Israel, do not want to understand that they are purely punitive units designed to exterminate the Arabs.
              In Ashdod, ultra-Orthodox attacked the police
              Army police officers were attacked in one of Ashdod’s ultra-orthodox regions. According to published information, an army police squad arrived in Ashdod to detain several deserters. Ultra-Orthodox began to throw stones at the police and turned the vehicle over.
              http://newsru.co.il/israel/09feb2016/ashdod_703.html

              By the way, in Israel among the Jews more and more children of oligophrenics are born.
              In Haifa, babies with a small head are born
              Recall that the study was published by scientists at Haifa University. After analyzing the environmental situation in the areas of Kiryat Haim, Kiryat Bialik, Kiryat Tivon and southeast of Mount Carmel, facing the industrial zone, what exactly does it (the environmental situation) affect the birth of children with low weight and less by 20- 30% head circumference.
              http://cursorinfo.co.il/news/novosti1/2016/02/01/v-rayone-hayfi-rozhdayutsya-mla
              denci-s-malenkoy-golovoy - kommentariy-minzdrava /
              1. aiw
                aiw 22 February 2016 00: 07
                +1
                Does chupacabra accidentally abduct babies there? Well, those whose blood the Orthodoxy didn’t let blood on?

                I have several friends living there - all with children, one each, one each two. And our army would learn from the IDF the organization of conscription and training, otherwise God forbid there will be a war - and there you have to be able to shoot, and we’re not going to walk and paint the grass ...
          2. user
            user 22 February 2016 19: 27
            0
            In Israel, the Jewish population is growing faster than the Arab population.


            EU replenishment will arrive soon, but this is not a natural increase.

            Just in one place the Arabs were pressed, and because of this, from another place, people of Jewish nationality rushed to their historical homeland.
            1. Professor
              Professor 22 February 2016 20: 30
              +1
              Quote: user
              EU replenishment will arrive soon, but this is not a natural increase.

              My neighbor has 6 children in the house opposite, 5 to my left, 3 to my right, through house 4. And so on. Is this "natural" growth? wink

              Quote: user
              Just in one place the Arabs were pressed, and because of this, from another place, people of Jewish nationality rushed to their historical homeland.

              In 2014, about 26500 people arrived in Israel for permanent residence. This is 32% more than last year, as well as a record for the last 10 years. At the same time, the repatriates were not stopped by hostilities in the summer during Operation Unbreakable Rock.

              Arabs in Russia? But. wassat
              Russia in third place with 6600 new repatriates, which is 40% more than in 2014, when 4900 people moved from this country, and 60% more than in 2013, when 4161 immigrants arrived in Israel.

              About 50% of all 30 thousand new immigrants are young people under the age of 30. good 8200 of them were under 19. The oldest repatriate was a 97-year-old man who arrived in July of the outgoing year, Channel 9 reports.

              As for the vocational guidance of newcomers, there are many lawyers among them, about 2800 engineers good and technology experts, 1228 medical professionals, as well as hundreds of athletes and artists.


              PS
              "not natural growth" המגמות הדמוגרפיות בישראל 2015: ישראלים בעלייה - ערבים בירידה

              The birth rate among Arab women fell by 36.6% from 1998 to 2013, from 4.59 children per woman to 2.91. In 2014, there were already 2.83 children per woman. The secret is simple - the standard of living in the Arab sector is growing steadily. Syka Bibi this year decided to allocate to the Arabs an additional 15 billion shekels (almost 4 billion dollars) for development. Now it’s clear why.

              In the same period, the birth rate among Jewish women increased by 14.2% from 2.67 to 3.05 children per woman, and in Judea and Samaria in general to 5.09 children per woman. This is such a "degenerating" Jewish nation. bully
      2. Old old
        Old old 23 February 2016 13: 08
        +1
        Israel seeks to become part of the Western world. It’s not for obscurantism that we strive

        Those. those who do not seek to become "part of the Western world" (or "lie under the United States") necessarily end up with the "obscurantists"? In your opinion, there are no other ways of development? You are wrong. China, India, South Africa, etc. do not say anything?
  • cosmos111
    cosmos111 21 February 2016 09: 39
    +2
    the Chinese also clip from the original (everything that is bad), but the higher the industrial potential of the country, the higher the quality of the performance characteristics of the COPIES ....

    and interesting shush..on shassiya T-72, memory 23 -2.
  • cyber
    cyber 21 February 2016 08: 13
    +3
    Iran is not as simple as it might seem
    1. AUL
      AUL 21 February 2016 11: 29
      +5
      The first photo smiled. A man pretends to aim while standing, without emphasis, from a device weighing with a moonshine still!
  • AlNikolaich
    AlNikolaich 21 February 2016 08: 15
    +5
    Apparently, the Persians were able to create a good engineering school!
    This is somewhat amazing. With limited resources, constant sanctions and international pressure. It is clear that some things are "stretched". But still...
    It is interesting to know about quality ...
  • Papapg
    Papapg 21 February 2016 08: 43
    +5
    Quote: cyber
    Iran is not as simple as it might seem

    Yes, it’s not simple, and the people are 80 million and gas and oil and their own independent policies and vigorous weapons or Wishlist, that is, a normal country, the main thing is that everything happens predictably.
    1. Cap.Morgan
      Cap.Morgan 21 February 2016 10: 07
      0
      Samples of weapons in general are not impressed.
      Well, a rifle ... well, a drone ... so what? For war with deserted neighbors, it might do. Although modern models of leading manufacturers are probably much inferior.
      1. Old old
        Old old 23 February 2016 13: 34
        0
        Samples of weapons in general are not impressed.
        Well, a rifle ... well, a drone ... so what? For war with deserted neighbors, it might do. Although modern models of leading manufacturers are probably much inferior.

        The lack of school engineer, sanctions and embargoes affect. And what they managed to create, taking into account the external active opposition, causes respect.
  • APASUS
    APASUS 21 February 2016 09: 13
    +6
    For a country that has been under sanctions for so many years, it’s not bad at all. I see that there was enough element base for copying TOW, thermal imaging sights and missiles.
  • Malachite
    Malachite 21 February 2016 10: 11
    +2
    Russia-Syria-Iran ... This is a powerful coupling in the Middle East! We will clean it up, despite the cries of the "world community." The sanctions unite us and a sense of justice ..!
  • Aleks76
    Aleks76 21 February 2016 10: 24
    +1
    Would it be interesting to see Chinese news of military equipment in the CAA, or do they not help?
  • 31rus
    31rus 21 February 2016 10: 33
    -1
    Dear, what did you see in the armament of Iran? The level is the end of the 70s, the sanctions have done their job, the gap is huge, I don’t understand what you admire?
    1. Professor
      Professor 21 February 2016 10: 40
      +1
      Quote: 31rus
      Dear, what did you see in the armament of Iran? The level is the end of the 70s, the sanctions have done their job, the gap is huge, I don’t understand what you admire?

      It's not only and rather not so much about sanctions. The fact is that religious obscurantism never leads to progress, but quite the opposite. There are now over 10 million adults in Iran who cannot read or write. Are the sanctions to blame, or is it just easier for the illiterate to brainwash their brains in mosques? Even nine-year-old girls are executed in Iran for crimes such as "blasphemy." The Islamic State of Iran ranks first in the world in terms of the number of executions per capita.

      I am interested in those who admire the "achievements" of the Persians, why do you keep quiet when the Persians stole your Cornet from you and stamp them without batting an eye?


      1. Looking Petrovich
        Looking Petrovich 21 February 2016 11: 25
        +4
        Now in Iran, more than 10 million adults do not know how to write and read.

        In fairness, it is worth noting that with the check with literacy it was no better.
        And admire, I agree with you, really nothing.
        The Sepehr open SUV is how you shouldn’t value the soldier’s life or understand the realities of modern warfare: this misunderstanding will exist only until the first ambush. Exploding a land mine, shelling from bushes by the road: jeeps in scrap metal, crew in scraps.
        1. padded jacket
          padded jacket 21 February 2016 11: 55
          +4
          Quote: Looking Petrovich
          Sepehr open SUV - this is how you should not appreciate the life of a soldier or not understand the realities of modern war: this misunderstanding will exist only until the first ambush

          Apparently you are behind the times, all the first Hummers were not armored and without doors, but one of the new "SUVs" developed for troops and the installation of various weapons

          Here is an Israeli jeep

          Yes, dig a lot now military vehicles without any armored protection are being produced.
          1. Nikolaevich I
            Nikolaevich I 21 February 2016 14: 56
            +3
            Yes, there was once a case, as in Chad, the aborigines "ruined" the Libyan regular troops .... in unarmored jeeps.
            1. Nosgoth
              Nosgoth 23 February 2016 17: 33
              0
              these were pickups
        2. padded jacket
          padded jacket 21 February 2016 18: 06
          +6
          Quote: Professor
          I am interested in those who admire the "achievements" of the Persians, why do you keep quiet when the Persians stole your Cornet from you and stamp them without batting an eye?

          And who said that Iran from us stole the Cornet?
          Apparently the whole point is that in connection with UN sanctions we cannot sell offensive weapons to Iran (which include ATGMs) and we just had to quietly transfer to Iran the production technology of Kornet to equip its army and Hezbollah so that they could resist the Israeli invaders and the fact that Iran was able to produce it is a very big plus for its military-industrial complex.
        3. Old old
          Old old 23 February 2016 13: 57
          0
          The Sepehr open SUV is how you shouldn’t value the soldier’s life or understand the realities of modern warfare: this misunderstanding will exist only until the first ambush. Exploding a land mine, shelling from bushes by the road: jeeps in scrap metal, crew in scraps.

          The armies of states where, under the terms of a theater of war, such machines can be effective, take them into service.
          Does NATO also not really value its soldiers?
        4. Old old
          Old old 23 February 2016 13: 57
          0
          The Sepehr open SUV is how you shouldn’t value the soldier’s life or understand the realities of modern warfare: this misunderstanding will exist only until the first ambush. Exploding a land mine, shelling from bushes by the road: jeeps in scrap metal, crew in scraps.

          The armies of states where, under the terms of a theater of war, such machines can be effective, take them into service.
          Does NATO also not really value its soldiers?
      2. APASUS
        APASUS 21 February 2016 18: 38
        +1
        Quote: Professor
        It is not only and rather not so much the sanctions. The fact is that religious obscurantism never leads to progress, but quite the opposite. Now in Iran, more than 10 million adults are not able to write and read. Is it sanctions to blame or is it simply easier for the illiterate to brainwash in mosques? .

        Well, you professor is all about Iran, but about Iran.
        US writer Michael Dorfman draws the attention of fellow experts and readers to the degradation of education in the United States. “There are 30 million adults in the US who are considered illiterate. This is 14% of the US population.

        Do these sanctions from Iran put pressure or is there not enough money?
        Quote: Professor
        The Islamic state of Iran ranks first in the world in the number of executions per capita.

        Well, what to do with convicts? Is there such a surge of crime in the USA over the past 30 years or are there problems that are not related to crimes?
      3. Nightrain
        Nightrain 21 February 2016 19: 01
        +2
        The fact is that religious obscurantism never leads to progress, but quite the opposite.

        Quite a traditional misconception in the world about the "terrible medieval" Iran. Jews have been living in Blizh for more than half a century. to the east, but they don't really know their neighbors, it is clear that they are "guests" there. The obscurantism of Iran is exceptionally ostentatious, Shiism is much more liberal in many aspects of life, an acquaintance went on a business trip to Iran, said that in Tehran it is the norm - women in jeans, for example, or a woman behind the wheel, which is unthinkable among the Saudis, for example. It is clear that they are far from pederast parades, but in comparison with neighbors in the neighborhood. In the East, the Iranians are quite adequate people.
        1. Professor
          Professor 21 February 2016 21: 12
          -3
          Quote: NightRain
          Iran’s obscurantism is exceptionally ostentatious, Shiism is much more liberal in many aspects of life, a friend went on a business trip to Iran, saying that in Tehran, the norm is women in jeans, for example, or a woman driving, which the Saudis, for example, are generally unthinkable.

          Of course ostentatious. Over 10 million illiterates actually pretend. More than 700 executed a year, among them girls of 9 years old are actors, and the morale police are actually strippers. wassat


          Quote: NightRain
          friend went on a business trip to Iran

          My colleague is a repatriate from Iran, and quite fresh. He tells a lot of interesting things. By the way, I translate from Farsi their articles on issues of interest to me.

          Quote: NightRain
          It is clear that there are far from pederast parades, but in comparison with neighbors in the neighborhood. East Iranians are quite adequate people.

          The adequacy itself:

          1. Talgat
            Talgat 21 February 2016 22: 02
            +5
            A tendent selection of photos - these are what Iranians are supposedly terrible

            Not serious reception

            In fact, everyone is well aware that the atrocities committed by the West will not fit in hundreds of photos, but the Saudis are US allies who are real obscurantists

            Iran is an ordinary country, it didn’t attack anyone and didn’t bomb anyone - unlike the United States and Israel

            People there are the most ordinary and live a normal life - look at reports or essays - and not the slander of the Israelis
          2. Nightrain
            Nightrain 22 February 2016 08: 52
            +4
            The adequacy itself:

            I agree with Talgat, the pre-tied selection, your Hasidim are not far from the level of insanity, but no one judges all of Israel by them, or, for example, on Purim, Jews celebrate, in fact, the mass massacre of the Persians with songs and dances, yes, the very adequacy. Persians have always been the intellect of the Islamic world, everything that we know as medieval "Arabic poetry" or "Arabic science" was essentially Persian, and very advanced for its time, so the Persians cannot be written off. And the repatriates, well, that's why they are repatriates, to tell nasty things about their homeland, they are the same everywhere here. Incidentally, as far as I know, there is a fairly decent Jewish community in Iran, and no one carves it out and burns it in ovens, unlike enlightened Europe, that's really an indicator of adequacy.
            1. Professor
              Professor 22 February 2016 09: 59
              -3
              Quote: NightRain
              , your Hasidim by the level of insanity are not far gone

              That you shoooo? Engaged in public bloodletting for children? Or a massive hanging of blasphemers?

              Quote: NightRain
              Persians have always been the intellect of the Islamic world, everything that we know as medieval "Arabic poetry" or "Arabic science" was essentially Persian, and very advanced for its time, so the Persians cannot be written off

              And that is why the "intellect of the Islamic world" has more than 10 million illiterate adults? According to other sources, there generally 000% of the population do not know how to read? By the way, in the "occupied" territories the literacy rate is higher and life expectancy is higher.

              Quote: NightRain
              And the repatriates, well, they are repatriates, to tell nasty things about their homeland, they are the same everywhere.

              If you have already decided to read the notation, then write the word "Motherland" with a capital letter.

              Quote: NightRain
              By the way, as far as I know, there is a pretty decent Jewish community in Iran, and no one cuts it out or burns it in stoves, unlike the enlightened Europe, this is really an indicator of adequacy.

              By the way? Or two hundred? Believe it or not, there is a "fairly decent Jewish community" in Afghanistan (two people), and no one carves it out or burns it in ovens, unlike in enlightened Europe, that's really an indicator of adequacy. In the Islamic State of Iran, by the way, they are hanged for switching to another religion. 9-year-old girls are also hanged. Such adequacy. Well, the "pretty decent Jewish" community there in 2012 was only 8,756 people. Approximately so many Jews will come from Russia this year. Note that in Isfahan, the third largest city of the Islamic State of Iran in 2009, there were about 25 Jews, but after the brutally murder of a 000-year-old Jewish woman by an Islamic fanatic (by the way, a neighbor), "a fairly decent Jewish community" somehow became volatilize. Here is the adequacy and "does not cut". A couple of years more and no trace will remain of the "pretty decent Jewish community."
              1. Nightrain
                Nightrain 22 February 2016 10: 35
                +3
                That you shoooo? Engaged in public bloodletting for children? Or a massive hanging of blasphemers?

                Well, for example, the circumcision rite for me is the perfect medieval game, or the custom to hammer on all the bolts on Saturdays, because Gd ordered, well, it’s customary for someone, to hell with them, I don’t make any then far-reaching conclusions. Mdyaa, and don’t talk about the Hasidim’s tolerance, you yourself are well aware of all the cases of beating non-religious children of repatriated children in Hasidic schools.

                And that is why the "intellect of the Islamic world" has more than 10 million illiterate adults? According to other sources, there generally 000% of the population do not know how to read? By the way, in the "occupied" territories the literacy rate is higher and life expectancy is higher.
                Surprise, China is also a country in which there are big problems with literacy, especially in the provinces, but this does not hinder success. Hmm, and I have already said three times in my opinion the key phrase - "against the background of the Saudis (among other allies of the United States) and the like" the Iranians are liberal itself.

                If you have already decided to read the notation, then write the word "Motherland" with a capital letter.
                There is no such rule in Russian, it all depends on the context.


                In the Islamic state of Iran, by the way, they hang up for the transition to another religion.
                "American rabbis tortured Jews, forcing them to divorce their wives" - http://www.pravda.ru/news/accidents/factor/crime/22-04-2015/1257361-ravviny-0/

                in Isfahan, in the third largest city of the Islamic state of Iran, in 2009 there were about 25 Jews, but after the brutal murder by an Islamic fanatic of a 000-year-old Jew
                Oh, well, if you count how many Jews were killed for nationalist reasons in Russia or the United States, the picture will be even more heartbreaking, they leave for Israel to have a good life, first of all, and not because of persecution.
                1. Professor
                  Professor 22 February 2016 10: 57
                  -1
                  Quote: NightRain
                  Well, for example, the circumcision for me is the perfect medieval game

                  Jews circumcise the foreskin of the baby on the 7th day, Muslims when they succeed. Both Shiites and Sunnis do this. Of the non-Muslims, I especially highlight the Druze and ... Christians in the USA. Yes, millions of US Christians do circumcision not at all from religious beliefs.

                  Quote: NightRain
                  or the custom to hammer on all the bolts on Saturdays, because Gd ordered, well, it’s customary for someone, to hell with them, I don’t draw any far-reaching conclusions from this.

                  They have a day off according to the Labor Code. laughing

                  Quote: NightRain
                  Mdyaa, and don’t talk about the Hasidim’s tolerance, you yourself are well aware of all the cases of beating non-religious children of repatriated children in Hasidic schools.

                  Passion of the face. Can't get not religious child in a hasidic school. Do not revolt him. Accordingly, the Hasidim will have no one to beat.

                  Quote: NightRain
                  Surprise, China is also a country in which there are big problems with literacy, especially in the provinces, but this does not hinder success.

                  Literacy in China is 95.1%; in Iran, 85%. I am in China all the time, we have a factory there. I saw how the east is developed and saw what is happening in the outback. Let's leave this topic.

                  Quote: NightRain
                  "American rabbis tortured Jews by forcing them to divorce their wives" -

                  I tell you about the laws of the state, and you about the sect. In Russia, too, is full of all sects.

                  Quote: NightRain
                  Oh, well, if you count how many Jews were killed for nationalist reasons in Russia or the United States, the picture will be even more heartbreaking, they leave for Israel to have a good life, first of all, and not because of persecution.

                  And that makes the Persians angels? So where did the "pretty decent Jewish community" go? wink
              2. Pimply
                Pimply 23 February 2016 13: 21
                -1
                Quote: Professor
                there is a "pretty decent Jewish community" in Afghanistan (two people)

                One. The old man died, and Zvulun was left in splendid isolation.
      4. Old old
        Old old 23 February 2016 14: 06
        +2
        ... why do you keep quiet in a rag when the Persians stole the Cornet from you and stamp them without blinking an eye?

        Politeness and correctness is your hobby!
        By the way, "Galil", do not tell me what the "ripped off" from, but an adherent of copyright?
        1. Professor
          Professor 23 February 2016 14: 45
          +2
          Quote: Nursing Old
          tati, "Galil", do not tell me what "ripped off" from, but a copyright zealot?

          From the original, StG 44 wink



          The Galil assault rifle was created on the basis of the Finnish Valmet Rk 62 license for which was acquired by Israel in 1969. Learn the materiel. hi
      5. Old old
        Old old 23 February 2016 14: 06
        0
        ... why do you keep quiet in a rag when the Persians stole the Cornet from you and stamp them without blinking an eye?

        Politeness and correctness is your hobby!
        By the way, "Galil", do not tell me what the "ripped off" from, but an adherent of copyright?
    2. Valera999
      Valera999 21 February 2016 10: 56
      +3
      In fact, all the mechanics from the end of the 70s to this day have been used, for example, they will add a ballistic computer, or optics, and opa again became a modern weapon. If you compare with the Belarusian military-industrial complex, the lag is not so big, the main thing is that you can clearly see from these samples that they were made in the spirit of the USSR, where the main thing was to maintain mobility and ease of production. And so all analog does not become obsolete, and to this day can compete with electronic devices, in the hands of experienced soldiers. I am particularly impressed by their large-caliber rifle, which in Lebanon showed itself, oh, how awful, against Israel. On YouTube there are defeats by it of tankers and poor fellow soldiers, as well as Merkava tanks with anti-tank systems, this is so for you, to understand the backwardness of Iran’s weapons.
  • martin-159
    martin-159 21 February 2016 10: 44
    +2
    Quote: Professor
    It's simple. Take the TTX of the original from which they tore off and boldly divide in half.

    The price definitely needs to be shared.
  • hobot
    hobot 21 February 2016 10: 48
    +2
    Together - we are the power, gouging alone.
  • barbiturate
    barbiturate 21 February 2016 10: 55
    +3
    Quote: Professor
    The fact is that religious obscurantism never leads to progress, but quite the opposite. Now in Iran, more than 10 million adults do not know how to write and read. Is it the sanctions to blame or is it simply easier for the illiterate to brainwash in mosques?


    So it is, but what do you think, why do rich and successful countries degenerate without exception, and all sorts of Africans and Arabs replace them, the grin of God? smile Even Israel is degenerating and the number of Jews is declining in the state, another 10-20 years and we will get Europe hostile to Israel (the horror is also happening there, I know firsthand Germany, for example) The more competent the country, the faster it degenerates, only a career and money on mind .

    Quote: Professor
    I am interested in those who admire the "achievements" of the Persians, why do you keep quiet when the Persians stole your Cornet from you and stamp them without batting an eye?


    Yes, they’ve stolen it, ours sold anything to anyone during the EBN period (and we can now, but vryatli), and copying is the way of eternal backwardness
  • Vlas Urban
    Vlas Urban 21 February 2016 11: 12
    +3
    Quote: Professor
    The fact is that religious obscurantism never leads to progress


    Did Judaism abandon its key idea of ​​the immutability of the exceptional position of the Jews as God's chosen people?

    Quote: Professor
    The Islamic state of Iran ranks first in the world in the number of executions per capita.


    Israel is the first in the world in Hochma and Hutspe per capita.
    1. Professor
      Professor 21 February 2016 11: 17
      -4
      Quote: Vlas Urban
      Did Judaism abandon its key idea of ​​the immutability of the exceptional position of the Jews as God's chosen people?

      No, I didn’t refuse. This does not interfere with progress, despite the fact that we also have obscurantists. The optimism is added by the fact that they are all literate and many of them, besides practicing religion, benefit society.

      Quote: Vlas Urban
      Israel is the first in the world in Hochma and Hutspe per capita.

      ... and falafel.
    2. padded jacket
      padded jacket 21 February 2016 11: 41
      +5
      Well done Iran, despite the fact that against it sanctions in the military sphere apply from Western countries since 1979, he created a developed military industry, albeit not very modern, but his own, unlike the Israeli regime, which can only use technology to steal other people's labor and wander around the world with outstretched begging handouts. And even despite the fact that Israel is arming almost all of the Western powers, Iran is successfully reducing its backlog that the Jews themselves recognize.
      Head of Military Intelligence: Iran reduces technological backlog
      The head of Israeli military intelligence, AMAN, General Herzi Halevi, claims that Israel and Iran are currently in a state of technological warfare - and the Islamic Republic is successfully closing the gap.
      “Today we have an advantage,” the general says. “But Iran is reducing the distance between us. Since 1979, Iran has changed a lot - the number of universities and students in this country has increased 20 times. In Israel, during this time, it has increased only by 3,5 times. "
      Halevi noted that mathematics, physics, technical and natural sciences occupy a special place in Iranian universities
      http://9tv.co.il/news/2015/11/01/216243.html

      So the current "superiority" of the Israeli regime is only temporary and due to the fact that we will supply Iran with modern weapons and create satellites for it and a combat aircraft training its specialists, Iran will undoubtedly soon take the lead.
      Although, for example, no one wants to buy Israeli weapons now, realizing that they are of extremely low quality and in essence are only replicas of other people's samples copied by the Tel Aviv regime.
      Military concerns sound the alarm: in 3 years, exports have decreased almost twice
      Over the past three years, exports have fallen by almost half. In 2012, it amounted to 7,5 billion dollars, in a year 6,5 billion, in 2014 5,5 billion. "We expect that we will finish the current year with exports of 4-4,5 billion dollars," the prime minister warned Minister of Director of military concerns. According to their estimates, in 2015 the export of military equipment will fall to the lowest mark in the last 10 years.
      http://news.israelinfo.co.il/economy/58896
  • Vlas Urban
    Vlas Urban 21 February 2016 12: 07
    +5
    Quote: Professor
    No, I didn’t refuse. This does not interfere with progress, despite the fact that we also have obscurantists. The optimism is added by the fact that they are all literate and many of them, besides practicing religion, benefit society.

    If one of the manifestations of progress is considered preparation for the construction of the third Temple of Solomon, which has been conducted by the Jewish people for almost two thousand years.
    For example, Israel's Transport Minister Yitzhak Levi: "As a Jew, I pray three times a day for the rebuilding of the Temple." Of course, it is wise to prepare in advance a block of 4 tons of pure marble, bring out a red cow, accept a seven-branched candlestick for the main hall weighing 700 kilograms of pure gold as a gift from the Ukrainian media magnate Vadim Rabinovich, etc.
    To assure that modern Israel is a secular state after a survey that 98,2 percent of Israeli society are more or less convinced that the Temple will be restored.
    Peru ...
    They pray at the Wailing Wall and wait for the arrival of Mashiach.
    Competently prosecute Holocaust denial.
    Quote: Professor
    ... and falafel.


    medal for it ....
    1. Professor
      Professor 21 February 2016 12: 14
      -1
      Quote: Vlas Urban
      If one of the manifestations of progress is considered preparation for the construction of the third Temple of Solomon, which has been conducted by the Jewish people for almost two thousand years.

      To build is progress, to destroy it is not progress.

      Quote: Vlas Urban
      To assure that modern Israel is a secular state after a survey that 98,2 percent of Israeli society are more or less convinced that the Temple will be restored.

      What is the connection? I am not religious and I am for the restoration of the temple on the Temple Mount.

      Quote: Vlas Urban
      They pray at the Wailing Wall and wait for the arrival of Mashiach.

      Let them pray. This is none of your business.

      Quote: Vlas Urban
      Competently prosecute Holocaust denial.

      There is no such criminal article in Israel and in my opinion it is not needed.

      Quote: Vlas Urban
      medal for it ....

      For falafel?
      1. Old old
        Old old 23 February 2016 14: 14
        +1
        I am not religious and I am for the restoration of the temple on the Temple Mount.

        However, Jewish religious norms form a PART of the Israeli legal system (see Wiki).
        And Saturday Sabbath throughout the country, too, based on secular norms?
    2. Kaiten
      Kaiten 22 February 2016 12: 24
      +1
      Quote: Vlas Urban
      medal for it ....

      This medal is not intended for Jews, but for German settlers in Palestine. There were neotampliki. They actively supported Hitler, for which at the end of the 30s the British authorities relocated them to Germany and Australia. Magen David has in this case a geographical designation (Palestine), and not religious.
      1. Old old
        Old old 23 February 2016 14: 19
        +1
        This medal is not intended for Jews, but for German settlers in Palestine.

        Settlers from Germany. This will be more correct, since these settlers were not ethnic Germans.
      2. Old old
        Old old 23 February 2016 14: 19
        0
        This medal is not intended for Jews, but for German settlers in Palestine.

        Settlers from Germany. This will be more correct, since these settlers were not ethnic Germans.
  • Russian_Bear
    Russian_Bear 21 February 2016 12: 09
    +2
    In the first photo, the sight is "open" only on one side)))
    1. padded jacket
      padded jacket 21 February 2016 13: 39
      +4
      Quote: Russian_Bear
      In the first photo, the sight is "open" only on one side)

      This is probably due to the fact that it’s not fighting and a person just takes a photo with a weapon, it may well be that the rifle is not hissmile
      Iranian Fateh-110 missiles were of course intended for attacks on Israel, but under the given conditions the Syrian army had to spend them on terrorists.

      Iranian Safir jeeps with various weapons in Syria.

      Iranian anti-ship missiles "Nur" in service with Syria

      Boats "Zulfikar" produced by Iran for Syria

      Syrian army fighter holding RPG-7 Iranian tandem ammunition on the right - Fath
      1. padded jacket
        padded jacket 21 February 2016 14: 43
        +3
        Again, some citizens from Israel have lied to us smile Yassir is similar to ScanEagl but it is different, for example, it has a tail unit and the internal differences are even more apparent.
        Quote: Professor
        Yasir reconnaissance drone is ScanEagl

        UAV ScanEagl

        UAV Yassir

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        2. atalef
          atalef 21 February 2016 15: 05
          -5
          Quote: quilted jacket
          Again, some citizens from Israel have lied to us. Yassir is similar to ScanEagl, but it is different, for example, it has tail plumage and the internal differences are visible even more.

          Storyteller
          8 months after the release of the first Yasser, Iranian TV showed the production line of this drone and turned out to be a copy of the American Scan Eagle (high wings, inverted tail boom).
          In the report about Yasser, shots were shown that Scan Eagle has a lot of similarities with AAI RQ-7 (RQ-7 shadow) - UAVs are used by the army, marine corps of the USA, Australia, Sweden for reconnaissance, surveillance, target detection and assessment of combat damage.
          It has high wings, a constant chord, a configuration of a pusher with a double tail boom and an inverted V-tail.
          1. padded jacket
            padded jacket 21 February 2016 15: 13
            +3
            Quote: atalef
            Storyteller
            Eight months after the release of the first Yasser, Iranian TV showed the production line of this drone and turned out to be a copy of the American Scan Eagle.

            Eight months later, did the Iranians copy the US UAV and present their sample?
            No doubt Iranian military-industrial complex has the highest level of development smile
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            3. atalef
              atalef 21 February 2016 15: 20
              -4
              Quote: quilted jacket
              Quote: atalef
              Storyteller
              8 months after the release of the first Yasser, Iranian TV showed the production line of this drone and turned out to be a copy of the American Scan Eagle (high wings, inverted tail boom).

              Eight months later, did the Iranians copy the US UAV and present their sample?
              No doubt Iranian military-industrial complex has the highest level of development smile

              Yes , laughing , saw these copies laughing
              1. padded jacket
                padded jacket 21 February 2016 15: 31
                +3
                Quote: atalef
                saw these copies

                But is it also a copy of some sort of plane from the USA or is it a copy of an Israeli craft? smile
            4. padded jacket
              padded jacket 21 February 2016 15: 27
              +3
              Quote: atalef
              Storyteller
              it turned out that he is a copy of the American “Scan Eagle” (high wings, inverted tail boom).

              By the way, show me atalef where at Scan Eagle how you gave the link - inverted tail boom?
  • Olegmog
    Olegmog 21 February 2016 12: 12
    +4
    We also need mortars based on our UAZ.
    In my opinion, we do not have this. He banged, and quickly dumped!
    And no need to book, not the first line!
    1. Lopatov
      Lopatov 21 February 2016 13: 05
      +1
      Quote: Olegmog
      We also need mortars based on our UAZ.

      Microscopic transportable CD makes such a complex meaningless.

      Quote: Olegmog
      And no need to book, not the first line!

      Within the first-echelon battalion defense area, the first line for artillery is the most.
      1. Nikolaevich I
        Nikolaevich I 21 February 2016 15: 12
        +4
        Quote: Spade
        Microscopic transportable CD makes such a complex meaningless.

        Are you sure that, with the modern development of means, systems of counter-battery warfare, you will be given plenty of fire if you "drive" a "non-microscopic portable ammo"?
        1. padded jacket
          padded jacket 21 February 2016 15: 20
          +3
          By the way, Shoigu is already in Tehran on a return visit. Iran will soon have new weapons to counter Israeli aggression. laughing
          Sergey Shoigu arrived in Iran to negotiate
          Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu arrived in Tehran on Sunday, where he will hold talks with the Iranian leadership, the Iranian Press-TV channel reported.
          In particular, during the day, the Russian minister will meet with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, the channel notes.
          On the eve of the Russian presidential aide for military-technical cooperation Vladimir Kozhin said in an interview with Interfax that Iran is interested in new consignments of Russian S-300 anti-aircraft missile systems. "Iran is making an application for new complexes. But this is a subject of negotiations," he said.
          http://www.interfax.ru/world/495645

          The recent visit of the Minister of Defense of Iran to Moscow and his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Defense Minister Shoigu.
          Sergei Shoigu: Iran and Russia must jointly counter international terrorism
        2. padded jacket
          padded jacket 21 February 2016 15: 44
          +4
          Quote: Nikolaevich I
          Nikolaevich I (2) RU Today, 15:12 ↑

          Quote: Spade
          Microscopic transportable CD makes such a complex meaningless.

          Are you sure that, with the modern development of means, systems of counter-battery warfare, you will be given plenty of fire if you "drive" a "non-microscopic portable ammo"?

          Such a mortar is mobile and is intended for light infantry as numerous vehicles based on jeeps in Iran, they also have more "heavy" models, including those based on armored personnel carriers.
          Razm 120mm self-propelled mortar

          1. padded jacket
            padded jacket 21 February 2016 16: 24
            +2
            In general, Iran has entire so-called light units (brigades, etc.), all weapons and personnel of which are based on various jeeps, quadrocycles and motorcycles, they are designed specifically for operation in the desert.
            35th commando team of the Iranian army
            The brigade is armed with armaments that are quite standard for Iranian light brigades: Safir SUVs with 107-mm RPU Fajr-1, 106-mm recoilless guns and ATGMs, Toyota with an Iranian copy of the DShKM, as well as RPG-7 and SPG-9.




        3. Lopatov
          Lopatov 21 February 2016 19: 16
          0
          I am sure that even if you have to change the firing position after each shot, you will still have to take ammunition from a transportable ammunition tank.

          A ride on loading after each fire attack ... Sorry, but this is complete nonsense in the Scandinavian style.

          In addition, I do not see much of a difference in mobility between UAZ and Ural.
    2. Nikolaevich I
      Nikolaevich I 21 February 2016 15: 24
      +2
      Quote: Olegmog
      In my opinion, we don’t have this

      Well ... how to say! There is a proposal to the military: the 82-mm mortar 2Б24 on the all-terrain vehicle RM 500 6 * 4 .... So ... do not worry!
      1. Lopatov
        Lopatov 21 February 2016 19: 23
        +1
        But this system is a completely different calico.

        It is intended for airborne and airborne assault units. And it is easily transported by helicopter. Unlike UAZ, it has an acceptable weight, while performing the same functions.
  • Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 21 February 2016 15: 47
    +2
    Persians were always on their minds. To rejoice in the strengthening of a country in which religious obscurantism - state policy - I would not. Now, at the moment, they are our allies, who did not allow to crush Syria and opposed the Saudis. And what will happen if Iran defeats Saudi Arabia and seizes it? Can you imagine what will happen to the Middle East? It would not be worth it to deceive themselves with their temporary friendliness towards Russia. East is a delicate matter! And respects only power.
  • Clueless
    Clueless 21 February 2016 18: 38
    0
    Quote: Nikolaevich I
    Well ... how to say! There is a proposal to the military: the 82-mm mortar 2Б24 on the all-terrain vehicle RM 500 6 * 4 .... So ... do not worry!


    Yeah, that breaks down for the season. The military, of course, needs such equipment, they have nothing to do, how to repair this Chinese under the Russian emblem.
    1. Nikolaevich I
      Nikolaevich I 22 February 2016 05: 19
      +1
      I will not support your debate about the quality of Chinese goods ... the speech in my comment was about something else.
  • Type 63
    Type 63 21 February 2016 18: 41
    +1
    Respect to the Iranians!
  • Vlas Urban
    Vlas Urban 21 February 2016 21: 42
    0
    Quote: Professor
    To build is progress, to destroy it is not progress.

    Then let Israel not interfere with Iran in the construction of its nuclear facilities.

    Quote: Professor
    What is the connection? I am not religious and I am for the restoration of the temple on the Temple Mount.

    In fact, this is the only idea that unites the Jewish people today, where the contradictions are most serious.

    Quote: Professor
    Let them pray. This is none of your business.

    Well, if for Love, not religious obscurantism ...

    My job is to know what Mashiach will bring to the Russians.

    Before his arrival in the "land of Israel" there will be the last battle of two cruel and bloodthirsty peoples - "Gog and Magog", with other nations of the world. And it will be in 5778 from the creation of the world. (In the fall of 2016 in Israel, 5777 begins from creation)

    Quote: Professor
    There is no such criminal article in Israel and in my opinion it is not needed.

    What for? Europe is bent.

    Do not tell reputable researchers in Israel who have their own critical view of the Holocaust?

    Quote: Professor
    For falafel?

    For a source of inspiration.
    1. Professor
      Professor 21 February 2016 21: 58
      +2
      Quote: Vlas Urban
      Then let Israel not interfere with Iran in the construction of its nuclear facilities.

      Is the school vacation? Israel prevented the construction of a nuclear power plant in Bushehr? fool

      Quote: Vlas Urban
      In fact, this is the only idea that unites the Jewish people today, where the contradictions are most serious.

      Most Israelis are not religious and (Oh God) eat pork fool

      Quote: Vlas Urban
      My job is to know what Mashiach will bring to the Russians.

      Nothing. He does not know anything about Russians. When it was invented, the Russians were not there. So this is not your business.

      Quote: Vlas Urban
      What for? Europe is bent.

      This is none of your business. This is the business of the Europeans.

      Quote: Vlas Urban
      Do not tell reputable researchers in Israel who have their own critical view of the Holocaust?

      I will not tell you.

      Quote: Vlas Urban
      For a source of inspiration.

      A person who knows such words as "Hochma" and "Chutzpa" should know the word "Yuzma" and you will be happy.
      1. Old old
        Old old 23 February 2016 14: 32
        +1
        Quote: Vlas Urban
        Then let Israel not interfere with Iran in the construction of its nuclear facilities.

        Is the school vacation? Israel prevented the construction of a nuclear power plant in Bushehr?

        Nuclear objects are not exhausted by Bushehr. And at the same time, remember whose nuclear targets were bombed by Israel - Iraq or Iran?

        Quote: Vlas Urban
        What for? Europe is bent.

        This is none of your business. This is the business of the Europeans.

        And why are European Jews claiming the right to bear arms? Or the worse in Europe, the greater the influx of migrants into Israel and the better demographics?
    2. padded jacket
      padded jacket 22 February 2016 11: 48
      +2
      Well, since our "pundit" from one Middle Eastern country (it is called Israel), two-thirds of the territory of which consists of the land occupied by Palestine, started here a conversation about bad and terrible Iran, I will give an article by a Jew from Israel who really was in Iran and is not a storyteller like ours a local "learned" Jew.
      Our correspondent in Iran, or See Tehran and not die
      Israel and Iran have a lot in common lol - much more than it seems at first glance. A number of Israeli leaders and celebrities hail from there - ex-president Moshe Katsav, former Knesset deputy and defense minister Shaul Mofaz, former chief of the IDF General Staff Dan Halutz (dad from Iran, mother from Iraqi Jews), ex-parliamentarian Michael Ben-Ari, singer Rita, and many others.
      The Jewish community of Persia has up to 20 thousand people. The vast majority of Iranian Jews live in Tehran, where 11 synagogues openly operate. There are 25 of them in the country. Jewish communities also exist in Shiraz, Hamdan, Isfahan and other cities.
      At one time Ayatollah Khomeini announced that Iranian Jews "are different from these godless bloodthirsty Zionists" and issued a fatwa stating that local Jews should be protected. One seat in parliament is officially reserved for Jews.
      In general, I got the impression that the Iranians, especially young people, want to communicate with foreigners, we are for them like a window into the big world.
      In general, people live poorly, but not in poverty. For all the time I saw, it seems, only one homeless person sleeping on the street. Beggars are beggars, but there are very few.

      The entire article of a Jewish correspondent from Israel is here:
      http://9tv.co.il/news/2016/02/05/221322.html

      Girls sunbathe on the roof of a house in Tehran to the question of how everything is strictly there smile
      1. Old old
        Old old 23 February 2016 14: 37
        0
        The Jewish community of Persia has up to 20 thousand people. The vast majority of Iranian Jews live in Tehran, where 11 synagogues openly operate. There are 25 of them in the country.

        Breaking the template about "obscurant Iran".
        Interestingly, but in Israel there are many Gentiles, churches and mosques? In Israeli, not in occupied territory.
        1. Professor
          Professor 23 February 2016 15: 09
          +1
          I do not feed the trolls. Sometimes I feed.
          Quote: Nursing Old
          Breaking the template about "obscurant Iran".

          The Jewish community of Iran decreased by an order of magnitude when the obscurantists came to power, and according to the official census of 2012, there were 8,756 in Iran. 200,000-250,000 Iranians live in Israel. The most famous of them are the natives of Iran, the former head of the General Staff of Israel and the Minister of Defense Shaul Mofaz and singer Rita. 60,000–80,000 Jews from Iran live in the United States. Gap template.

          Quote: Nursing Old
          Interestingly, but in Israel there are many Gentiles, churches and mosques? In Israeli, not in occupied territory.

          None at all. The Cathedral of Christ the Savior and the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Japan, 20% of the Muslim population are in the Vatican, Druze, Bahai and Christian churches are in Antarctica.

          Eat, I will not feed anymore. hi
    3. padded jacket
      padded jacket 22 February 2016 11: 58
      0
      Quote: Vlas Urban

      Quote: Professor
      Let them pray. This is none of your business.


      Well, if for Love, not religious obscurantism ...


      And why are these obscurantist Jews better than the same Muslims?
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        atalef 22 February 2016 12: 01
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        Quote: quilted jacket
        Quote: Vlas Urban

        Quote: Professor
        Let them pray. This is none of your business.


        Well, if for Love, not religious obscurantism ...


        And why are these obscurantist Jews better than the same Muslims?


        At least by the fact that they do not explode on buses and airports and they do not cut their heads.
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          padded jacket 22 February 2016 12: 15
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          Quote: atalef
          At least by the fact that they do not explode on buses and airports and they do not cut their heads.

          I don’t know, I don’t know, personally, in Russia, Jews left a very bad memory of themselves during the years of Yeltsin’s rule when the population of Russia decreased by millions of people and the country was plundered and destroyed.
          P.S. By the way, did you atalef with Scan Eagle - did you find the inverted tail boom? lol
    4. Kaiten
      Kaiten 22 February 2016 12: 29
      +1
      Quote: Vlas Urban
      "Gog and Magog

      In fact, Magog is the name of a country, not a people.
  • Vlas Urban
    Vlas Urban 22 February 2016 12: 38
    +1
    Quote: atalef

    At least by the fact that they do not explode on buses and airports and they do not cut their heads.

    Terror is the weapon of the weak. Can we recall the terror in Palestine (for example, the end of 1945 and the whole of 1946 took place in Palestine against the backdrop of Jewish terror against the British: the explosion of the King David Hotel on July 22, 1946 in Jerusalem, which housed the British administration) against the British until 48?
    Israel can no longer be exchanged for such trifles. On the night of July 17, 2014, Israel launched a ground operation in the Gaza Strip. Boeing MN 17 very successfully fell at that time in Ukraine - all the attention was on the "plane crash".
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    2. atalef
      atalef 22 February 2016 12: 43
      +1
      Quote: Vlas Urban
      Terror weapon of the weak

      Let's cry over weak broads, have pity and give them cookies
      Quote: Vlas Urban
      the end of 1945 and the entire 1946 years passed in Palestine against the backdrop of Jewish terror against the British: the bombing of the King David Hotel on 22 on July 1946 in Jerusalem, which housed the British administration) against the British before 48?

      And?
      Quote: Vlas Urban
      Israel can no longer be exchanged for such trifles. On the night of July 17, 2014, Israel launched a ground operation in the Gaza Strip. Boeing MN 17 very successfully fell at that time in Ukraine - all attention was on the "plane crash


      Well. and who would stop us?
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        padded jacket 22 February 2016 13: 04
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        For you, atalef and another visionary under the nickname, Professor who and what copies on the example of the Scan Eagle UAV from the USA.
        Scan Eagle UAV is made in the USA.


        Orbiter UAV is made by the Israeli regime.


        Their similarity suggests that Israel is unceremoniously copying other people's developments and technologies, since Israel itself cannot create anything because its technical and scientific thought is at an extremely low level and can only steal or copy.
        Although what is there to be surprised? What these Israeli "bearded men" can create, they can hardly read and write smile
  • Vlas Urban
    Vlas Urban 22 February 2016 13: 46
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    Quote: Professor
    Is the school vacation? Israel prevented the construction of a nuclear power plant in Bushehr?

    And did not try to interfere?
    A series of mysterious deaths of Iranian nuclear physicists, the death of General Hassan Moghaddam, the Stuxnet worm and, for example, the political efforts of Prime Minister B. Netanyahu to strengthen sanctions. Why bomb, such as the 81st Osirak in Iraq or the 7th Syrian nuclear reactor under construction in Dir al-Zara, until all other possibilities have been exhausted?
    By the way, how many nuclear bombs does Israel have now?

    Quote: Professor
    Most Israelis are not religious and (Oh God) eat pork


    Most Germans in the Third Reich were not members of the Nazi party, did not believe in God and ate pork the same ...



    Quote: Professor
    Nothing. He does not know anything about Russians. When it was invented, the Russians were not there. So this is not your business.


    winked Did you ask him? Is he there? But then what does the past tense have to do with it: when "it was invented" and "there were no Russians yet." Mashiach, after all, is the "messiah" of the future who will lead to Gd (this is how you write) all the peoples of the earth. But some kind of Gd is not loving, vicious and vindictive.
    About repeatedly "none of your business" is already your perseveration. Actually, what do you care if girls in Iran are executed for blasphemy.


    Quote: Professor
    This is none of your business. This is the business of the Europeans.


    Well, yes, the business of the Europeans is the construction of the next Reich. Well, still blind from the USSR as one of the culprits of World War II, equate with Germany. For example, she tries very hard: Irina Tsukerman, coordinator of the "Soviet crimes against the Jewish people" project.

    Quote: Professor
    A person who knows such words as "Hochma" and "Chutzpa" should know the word "Yuzma" and you will be happy.

    Show "yuzma" in the sense that Ben-Yehuda put into this word and sort it out, for example, with Auschwitz. Why did Golda Meir urge him to bomb, for example, and why there were three theaters, a swimming pool and a brothel in the concentration camp.
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      Professor 22 February 2016 14: 03
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      Quote: Vlas Urban
      And did not try to interfere?

      No, I didn’t try. The Bushehr nuclear power plant is quiet.

      Quote: Vlas Urban
      By the way, how many nuclear bombs does Israel have now?

      Do they have any? wink

      Quote: Vlas Urban
      Most Germans in the Third Reich were not members of the Nazi party, did not believe in God and ate pork the same ...

      I am happy for them.

      Quote: Vlas Urban
      Did you ask him?

      Of course. I’ve asked today. I have a direct swap to him.

      Quote: Vlas Urban
      Actually, what do you care about the fact that in Iran girls are executed for blasphemy.

      Those who say that it’s not his business to execute children himself is a criminal.

      Quote: Vlas Urban
      Well, yes, the Europeans are building another Reich.

      Why put an owl on a globe? "Europe is bent" or is not bent over their business.

      Quote: Vlas Urban
      Well, still dazzle from the USSR one of the culprits of World War II, equate with Germany.

      That is exactly what happened. The Molotov-Ribentrop Pact and the Soviet and German invasion of neighboring countries. That is how the 2nd World War began. However, this has no relation to the article under discussion.

      Quote: Vlas Urban
      Show "yuzma" in the sense that Ben-Yehuda put into this word and sort it out, for example, with Auschwitz. Why did Golda Meir urge him to bomb, for example, and why there were three theaters, a swimming pool and a brothel in the concentration camp.

      The trolling attempt counted. good
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        Old old 23 February 2016 14: 40
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        Quote: Vlas Urban
        By the way, how many nuclear bombs does Israel have now?

        Do they have any? wink

        Experts say there is. Wouldn’t the IAEA be admitted to Israeli nuclear facilities.
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        Old old 23 February 2016 14: 40
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        Quote: Vlas Urban
        By the way, how many nuclear bombs does Israel have now?

        Do they have any? wink

        Experts say there is. Wouldn’t the IAEA be admitted to Israeli nuclear facilities.
  • Vlas Urban
    Vlas Urban 22 February 2016 14: 02
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    Quote: atalef
    Let's cry over weak broads, have pity and give them cookies


    Let's ... over the bombers and militants in Tsarist Russia who killed and wounded in only one 1905, starting in October, 3611 government officials were killed and wounded in the Russian Empire.

    Quote: atalef
    And?


    wink The Israelis also blew up and killed, as did the Arabs.

    Quote: atalef
    Well. and who would stop us?


    Yes, the law is not written for you. Yes, sometimes they stopped, your friends are Americans.
    Recall Resolution 1975 N 3379 of the UN General Assembly on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination regarding Israeli policies regarding discrimination against the Arab population.
    Oh yes, after the collapse of the eastern bloc, at the request of the United States and Israel, the 3379 resolution was canceled by the 16.12.1991 (immediately a week after the official liquidation of the USSR).
    1. atalef
      atalef 22 February 2016 14: 09
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      Quote: Vlas Urban
      Let's ... over bombers and militants in Tsarist Russia who killed and wounded in just one 1905 year, starting in October, in the Russian Empire, 3611 government officials were killed and wounded


      Well, yours
      Quote: Vlas Urban
      Terror weapon of the weak

      Quote: Vlas Urban
      The Israelis also blew up and killed, as did the Arabs.

      Israelis? Then was Israel?

      Quote: Vlas Urban
      Recall UN Resolution 1975 N 3379 of the UN General Assembly on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination regarding Israeli policies to discriminate against the Arab population

      Amnesty number 2,
      Perhaps still in Zemin Ribao.

      Quote: Vlas Urban
      Oh yes, after the collapse of the eastern bloc, at the request of the United States and Israel, the 3379 resolution was canceled by the 16.12.1991 (immediately a week after the official liquidation of the USSR).

      on this occasion cry 8 more times.
      1. Old old
        Old old 23 February 2016 14: 44
        +1
        Amnesty number 2,
        Perhaps still in Zemin Ribao.

        on this occasion cry 8 more times.

        I wonder why they do not like Jews?
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  • Old old
    Old old 23 February 2016 13: 11
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    Quote: Professor
    Shiite obscurantists are fighting the Sunni obscurantists for spheres of influence. The first hang, and the second chop heads. That's the whole difference

    Jewish obscurantists just inflict BSHU on civilians. And who is "obscurantist"?
  • Vlas Urban
    Vlas Urban 23 February 2016 16: 23
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    Quote: Professor
    Quote: Nursing Old
    tati, "Galil", do not tell me what "ripped off" from, but a copyright zealot?

    Professor: From the original, StG 44


    1st answer option
    and immediately
    Quote: Professor
    The Galil assault rifle was created on the basis of the Finnish Valmet Rk 62 license for which was acquired by Israel in 1969. Learn the materiel.


    2 option.

    So all the same Stg44 or Finnish Valmet Rk 62?

    That Kalashnikov and Sturmgever have fundamental differences - in the locking mechanism - the rotation of the shutter and the skew of the shutter (by the way, invented by Simonov). So these are different machines.

    The Finnish Valmet Rk 62 was created on the basis of a Kalashnikov assault rifle by Valmet and SAKO.
  • Vlas Urban
    Vlas Urban 23 February 2016 16: 49
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    Quote: Kaiten
    In fact, Magog is the name of a country, not a people.

    There are different versions.
    Quote: Kaiten
    Magen David has in this case a geographical designation (Palestine), and not religious.

    Do not give examples? Swastika on medals in what sense?

    Zionists advocated for the speedy resettlement of Jews in the land of Palestine, in which Germany was also interested. On August 27, 1933, the Third Reich Ministry of Economics and the Zionist representatives of Germany and Palestine concluded the Hawara agreement (from Hebrew, “transfer”), under which Jewish emigrants were allowed a direct transfer of their property.

    The medal is the tip of the iceberg. One of the realities is that in the 40s no one was particularly eager to massively go from Europe to Palestine. Therefore, two political forces and each solved its own problem. Additional evidence of the destination was given, as evidenced by the massive refusal of the countries of the world to accept them.

    And can explain how 10137 Jews were captured, fighting on the side of the Nazis!
  • Vlas Urban
    Vlas Urban 23 February 2016 17: 22
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    Quote: Professor
    There are now over 10 million adults in Iran who cannot read or write. Are the sanctions to blame, or is it just easier for the illiterate to brainwash their brains in mosques? Even nine-year-old girls are executed in Iran for crimes such as "blasphemy." The Islamic State of Iran ranks first in the world in terms of the number of executions per capita.

    Quote: Professor
    Quote: Vlas Urban
    My job is to know what Mashiach will bring to the Russians.
    Nothing. He does not know anything about Russians. When it was invented, the Russians were not there. So this is not your business.

    Quote: Vlas Urban
    What for? Europe is bent.
    This is none of your business. This is the business of the Europeans.


    But do you care about Iran?

    Quote: Professor
    Those who say that it’s not his business to execute children himself is a criminal.


    Sabra and Shatil remember?
    And how many children die in the Gaza Strip from Israeli actions?

    Judge the sins of others. You are so eager to rush, start with yours and you won’t reach others. (with)

    Everyone has their own skeletons in the closet.
    So even the numerous facts of the behavior of Israel and its leaders, which can be safely called obscurantism, you did not bother to refute
  • Vlas Urban
    Vlas Urban 23 February 2016 18: 31
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    Quote: Professor
    That is exactly what happened. The Molotov-Ribentrop Pact and the Soviet and German invasion of neighboring countries. That is how the 2nd World War began.


    It began, in fact, with the invasion of Germany and Poland in the Sudeten and Teshin regions of Czechoslovakia. There was no military action.

    Vlan "Vais" on the invasion of Poland on April 11.4.1939, 23.8.39. The pact was signed on XNUMX.

    Do you have the original Secret annex to the Covenant? On the existing one, only the signature of Ribbentrop is genuine (and that is because he was in the zone of occupation of the Allies), Molotov is a fake.

    The USSR introduced troops when the Polish Government escaped, and only returned its territory (without military operations) to the territories torn away by Poland as a result of Trotsky’s adventure.

    Maybe you will wake up an elementary feeling of gratitude for saving more than 1 000 000 of your compatriots
    former on the territory of Western Belarus and Ukraine, and saved by the Red Army?

    Will you continue to make unfounded allegations?