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ZarComMedia WEBLETTER No.1611 - November 2016

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Leader: Iran unimpressed by US election results

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says Iran is not worried by the results of the US presidential election, but it is prepared to face any eventuality.

Iran says has options if nuclear deal fails

Iran wants all parties to stick to an international nuclear deal but has options if that does not happen, its foreign minister said on Thursday after the U.S. election victory of Donald Trump, who has vowed to pull out of the pact.

Switzerland Finds Bugging Devices in Iran Nuclear Talks Hotel

A number of computers at a five-star Geneva hotel that hosted sensitive talks, including Iranian nuclear negotiations, were found to be infected with malware used for espionage, Swiss prosecutors revealed.

Where nothing is allowed, yet anything is possible  (Qantara)

Survival in Tehran is a matter of lying and bending the rules.

Relearning the Iran Crisis’ Lessons  (Commentary Magazine)

Had it not been for careless U.S. diplomacy during the Carter administration, it is possible that the attack on the U.S. Embassy might have been averted.

Trump adviser: He might rethink Israel, Iran plans

President-elect Donald Trump might not move too quickly to move the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and rip up the Iran nuclear agreement — two actions he promised during his campaign, a top adviser said.


I will not stop even if burnt alive: Narendra Modi

"They will not leave me alive. They will destroy me. Let them do what they want.

New Chinese Interpol chief sparks rights concerns

A Chinese security official was elected president of Interpol Thursday for the first time, sparking criticism from activists who say Beijing uses the agency to track down dissidents abroad.

African nations seek to get rid of 1st UN LGBT expert

African nations are seeking to initially suspend and then get rid of the first U.N. independent expert charged with investigating violence and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

[Daesh] brutality comes to light after military advance

From behind the curtains of his bedroom window, 29-year-old Riyad Ahmed would peer out at [Daesh] fighters dragging civilians into a makeshift jail across the street and then sending them in the middle of the night to be executed


Iraqi troops say recapture Nimrud, site of Assyrian city

Iraqi soldiers recaptured the town of Nimrud on Sunday and the nearby ruins of the 3,000-year-old Assyrian city which was overrun and bulldozed two years ago by Islamic State militants.

IRIB Reporter Martyred in Aleppo

A reporter with the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) lost his life in the embattled city of Aleppo, northwestern Syria.

Israel Banned Documentary (Youtube) Feb 2015

This opens your eyes to a few things

US, UN partnership 'key' to address world's ills: Guterres

The next UN chief Antonio Guterres emphasized Friday the need for a strong partnership with the United States to address the world's ills, including wars, human rights violations and climate change.


Trump: People are protesting against me 'because they don't know me'

Donald Trump attempted to calm the fears of protesters who have demonstrated against him in droves this week, saying they are only taking to the streets "because they don't know me."

CBS INTERVIEW 13 November 2016

Trump or Clinton? Israelis fret, but either is a likely ally

Most of the world follows U.S. presidential elections closely, but Israel can seem particularly obsessive, endlessly assessing which candidate will better protect its interests and breaking down their every comment for policy clues.

How Hillary Clinton's white voters melted away

The unraveling of the coalition that was supposed to carry Hillary Clinton to the White House had a lot to do with voters like Jim McAndrew in counties like Northampton, Pennsylvania.

Trump's transition team signals return to GOP establishment

Trump’s Hires Will Set Course of His Presidency

Rarely in the history of the American presidency has the exercise of choosing people to fill jobs had such a far-reaching impact on the nature and priorities of an incoming administration

This Video Will Get Donald Trump Elected (Youtube) Nov 2015

Donald Trump, une famille en images (Paris Match)

How Powerful is Donald Trump - Full Documentary 2016 [HD] (Youtube) June 2016

People Who Control America ? (Youtube) Aug 2015

The Waiting Room is a documentary film and social media project directed by Peter Nicks that follows the life and times of patients, doctors, and staff at Highland .


Israel Prepares for the Age of Trump

Israel’s political scene reacted with surprising enthusiasm to Donald Trump’s shocking election last week.

Why Trump will be more successful as president than you think

His victory ushered in a political realignment that will have reverberations for the entire political structure in this country.

The Men Feminists Left Behind (New York Times)

On Nov. 8, Americans may elect our first female president.

ترامپ و شش راهکار ایران (Iran Newspaper)

...ترامپ نخستین رئیس جمهوری امریکاست که خارج از قواعد سنتی نهادهای قدرت و سیستم حاکمیتی امریکا رئیس جمهوری شد


More Oil Spending Cuts Coming as U.A.E. Warns About Supplies

International oil companies will probably cut investment spending about $370 billion this year and next, according to Wood MacKenzie Ltd., just as the United Arab Emirates warned about a “massive” number of projects being delayed because of the drop in crude prices.

Uncertain fate of Bank of England governor in Brexit era

Media speculation was divided Sunday on the fate of the governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, with competing claims as to whether he is set to announce his departure amid Brexit tensions..


‘Shooter’ Was Delayed After Real-Life Violence. As Shows Increasingly Are.

Last year, as “Homeland” was in the midst of a fifth season plotline about a budding terror attack in Berlin, terrorists struck in

The Apprentice U.S. - BEST FIRINGS (Part 1) (Youtube) April 2013

Donald Trump fires three celebrities at once - The Celebrity Apprentice (Youtube) Nov 2015

Hollywood Reacts To Trump Victory With Shock And Disbelief

...Unsurprisingly, as Hollywood was nearly unilaterally opposed to Trump, the entertainment community is not happy about what looks like the likely outcome tonight....

MATT DAMON Exposes The ELITE NWO With An Amazing Speech! (Youtube) Nov 2016



Israel bans Muslim call for dawn prayer from 3 mosques in Jerusalem

Israeli authorities reportedly banned the Muslim call to dawn prayer from being made from three mosques in the Jerusalem district town of Abu Dis today, according to local sources.

The Mystery of the Jews (Youtube) Jan 2015

Who are the Jews? What impact have the Jews had on the world? A powerful short film that reveals the real story behind "The Mystery of the Jews". With remarkable insights by renowned historians, world leaders and perceptive authors. "The Mystery of the Jews" challenges the normative conception of human history.


The Year Knowledge Died (Commentary)

Weaponized misinformation is hardly a new phenomenon.

Facebook, in Cross Hairs After Election, Is Said to Question Its Influence

Even in private, Mr. Zuckerberg has continued to resist the notion that Facebook can unduly affect how people think and behave


Where Cellphones Are Lifelines, Start-Ups Spy Opportunities

One-third of the world’s population, 2.5 billion people, have no credit score that might give them access to loans.

‘We Almost Have Riots’: Tensions Flare in Silicon Valley Over Growth

Silicon Valley is bent on disrupting the world. Its products affect how millions upon millions of people live and work.

Farhad’s and Mike’s Week in Tech: When the Tech Industry Lives in a Bubble

Each Saturday, Farhad Manjoo and Mike Isaac, technology reporters at The New York Times, review the week’s news, offering analysis and maybe a joke or two about the most important developments in the tech industry


Night delight: 'supermoon' to grace Earth's skies

The largest, brightest full moon in nearly seven decades will be on display in the coming days, promising Earth-bound sky-watchers a celestial "supermoon" spectacle.

Science Has Found Evidence Of God (Youtube) Aug 2016

Even though what this video says is compelling it doesn't take away the fact that faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.
This video explores the latest discoveries from physics and astronomy on the universe and biology and DNA and how these relate to the existence of God.


Oil companies invest $1 billion to tackle climate change

Ten major oil and gas firms have set up a $1 billion fund to support the development of new technology to combat greenhouse gas emissions.

Agriculture victim of and solution to climate change

Diplomatic wrangling this week will make the headlines in the fight against climate change, but experts say a bigger but largely unseen battle is set to unfold on the world's farms.

What do holy books say about the environment?

Christians, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists and Jews


‘Alarming’ number of children missing from UK care homes

The number of children missing from UK care homes is “alarmingly” high...

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