Mehmanparast: Iran opposed to any provocative action in Korean Peninsula

 Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast said on Sunday that the Islamic Republic of Iran is against any provocative action which might exacerbate the current crisis in the Korean Peninsula,according to IRNA.

The Islamic Republic of Iran calls for establishment of peace and stability throughout the world including the Korean Peninsula, he said.

Iran is against any illogical move which might trigger crisis in the region, he said and called on all sides to exercise patience and try to resolve the issue through peaceful means and dialogue.


Terrorists Recruiting Children for Military Missions :Report

Local media reports in Syria voiced deep concern about alarming growth in the recruitment of children by terrorist groups in the country, disclosing that these children are not just used for military missions, but for sexual abuse,according to FNA.

Chairman of Syria's Committee for Family Affairs Insaf Hamd told al-Ahd news website that like human-trafficking, recruiting children is a crime both in Syria and in the world and is against all the relevant international laws and agreements.

"Recruiting children has been alarmingly growing since the start of the crisis in Syria," she said, pointing to videos and photos posted on the internet or social websites such as You Tube about child soldiers in Syrian opposition groups.

Hamd said that these children are employed not just for carrying guns, but for doing other military missions in military posts, checkpoints and for guarding missions.

"This is a dangerous phenomenon which covers a range of crimes whose extent is way beyond carrying arms as it, in fact, includes crimes from carrying guns to sexual abuse of children by armed men," the official warned.

Earlier reports had already unveiled that the notorious terrorist group, Al-Nusra Front, is using children as a human shield in clashes with the Syrian Army.

According to a March report by Cham Press news website, informed sources in Tunisian Salafist Takfiri groups acknowledged that a 10-year old boy, named Farouq al-Tunisi, was killed in clashes between the Syrian army and al-Nusra front as the terrorist group was using the kid to shield its members.

The sources said that Farouq along with his father were recruited by Al-Nusra Front and they were active in Syria since September.

The report said that a growing number of terrorists are now in Syria with their sons and the Nusra front is using these boys as human shields.

Earlier, a Libyan child was killed in the outskirts of Aleppo in clashes erupted between the Syrian army and al-Nusra which has been listed as a terrorist organization by many states even the United States.


Zionist Spy Agency Website Hacked by Anonymous

The Anonymous hacking group has claimed that it hacked into the website of the Zionist Mossad spy agency, gaining access to top-secret documents, Mehr news agency reported.

The Internet hacking group said on its twitter page that it gained access to the personal data of more than 30,000 Zionist officials, including military officials, politicians and Mossad agents, and that it will release the information gradually.

Hacking group Anonymous has launched a series of cyber attacks against Zionist websites since November 2012 in retaliation for Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip.

Anonymous said it had launched the OpIsrael campaign following threats by tel atviv to cut all Gaza's telecommunication links. OpIsrael campaign aims at wiping Zionist entity off the cyber world by April 7.

Shortly after the pro-Palestinian campaign was launched, dozens of Zionist websites were defaced or attacked. Many of the sites had their homepages replaced with messages in support of the Palestinian people.

Source: Al-Manar TV


Tammam Salaam is Lebanon 's Designated PM

Lebanese President Michel Suleiman, assigned Lebanese MP Tammam Salam to form the  new  Lebanese government.

Spokesman for the Information Office at the Baabda Palace said in a statement on Saturday : "After completing  parliamentary consultations on the nomination of Prime Minister-designate and consultation by President Suleiman with Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri and binding parliamentary consultations , President Suleiman summoned Parliamentarian Tammam and asked him to form a new government in Lebanon. "

For his part, Prime Minister-designate said in a statement from Baabda Palace: "I was commissioned to form  the government and accepted this assignment on the ground of binding consultations conducted by President Suleiman."

He explained  he would seek to form a government of  national interest, and to work for all Lebanon , extending thanks to all Lebanese parliamentary blocs who entrusted their confidence in him

He called for the need to get Lebanon out of  political division and fragmentation , stemming from the need to consolidate national visions ,commitment to the Taif Accord and the Constitution.


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Bets on Syria 's Fall are Mistaken–Wahhab

BEIRUT,(ST)_  Leader of  Arab Tawhid Party in Lebanon Weam Wahhab  stressed  that Syria will not fall and that the axis of resistance in the region will not allow that  by all means.

In an interview with al-Mayadeen TV on Friday  Wahhab said : " one who  is betting on the fall of Syria is mistaken and  will not live to see that day."

"The Russian  and Iranian position towards the situation in Syria  is principled," Wahhab said adding  that  "the US and the EU  are not  ready for an adventure in Syria and these two  sides have maintained some reinforcement lanes to maintain the continuation of the fight in Syria  and not to end it  and therefore everyone must go to dialogue in order to preserve the lives of the Syrians."  

"The Arab League can not decide on its own and  those  puppets operating it  will not succeed in toppling Syria  rather, they and  Recep Tayyip Erdogan, will fall at the gates of Damascus ," he emphasized.

Wahhab considered that the Fatwa statement  made by  Walid Junblat, head of the Progressive Socialist Party to kill the  Syrians who support their country and their army's position as exceeding  all red lines,  pointing out that the Muslim  Unitarian community in Syria and Lebanon  is upset  over Junblat Fatwa  and statements will be issued by clergies concerned to this effect.

Wahab stressed that Junblat has no right to speak about freedom in Syria as long as he does not allow freedom of people in his area.

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