Turkey Planning to Plunder $100mln of Northern Syria's Agricultural Products

Kurdish Media: Turkey Planning to Plunder $100mln of Northern Syria's Agricultural Products
TEHRAN (FNA)- Ankara officials are planning to transfer Afrin region's agricultural products, whose total value stands at $100mln, to Turkish Hatay, a Kurdish media outlet claimed on Saturday.

The Kurdish-language Hawar news reported that governor of Hatay has called on Ankara-backed militants in Afrin in Northwestern Aleppo to hand over the entire olive crops to the Turkish province.

In the meantime, Salah Ibo, the deputy head of Afrin Agriculture Department, said that Ankara intends to steal $100 mln of Afrin residents' agricultural products.

Also, Hawar news went on to say that terrorists of Ahrar al-Shamiyah and Tajamo'a Adl, both affiliated to the Turkish army, have started fierce clashes in the village of Qajomo in Jandaris region over distribution of looted olive products.

It added that residents in Jandaris are now allowed to step onto their farms after the Ankara forces seized their lands.

Local sources reported on Thursday that the Ankara-backed Faylaq al-Awwal militants were plundering the artifacts in Cyrrhus (a city in ancient Syria founded by Seleucus Nicator, one of Alexander the Great's generals) known among Arabs as Nebi Huri castle in Northeastern Afrin.

They added that the commander of the terrorist group also monitors extensive excavation operations in the historical sites in the region, saying that the militants sell the artifacts in local and regional markets or transfer them to other regions.

Also, other reports said that the former commander of Faylaq al-Rahman terrorist group in Eastern Ghouta of Damascus has arrived at an agreement with the local council of Afrin to take control of a large mountainous area between Bastouleh and Afrin that is home to many villages later sell their control to other terrorists.

Source: Turkey behind Terrorists' Delay in Leaving Al-Tanf
TEHRAN (FNA)- Turkey has played a role in delaying the implementation of a Russian-US agreement to evacuate the militants from al-Tanf region at the borders between Iraq and Syria, Russian media said on Saturday.

The Arabic-language website of Sputnik news agency quoted an informed source as saying that Turkey is behind the delay in transferring all terrorist groups from al-Tanf region and al-Rakban camp to Northern Syria to pave the ground for civilians' return to their villages and towns.

He added that the Turkish side has not yet fully accepted to transfer the US-backed terrorist groups, including al-Qoryatayn, Maqawir al-Thawra and Ahmad al-Abdou, stationed in al-Tanf to regions in Northern Syria.

Based on the report, Turkey wants to shelter the foreign terrorist groups, including Turkistani, Turkaman, and other militants who consider themselves as remnants of the Ottoman government in Northern Syria and prevent the Syrian militants from residing in that region.

The source also said that delay in the implementation of al-Tanf agreement has also delayed the US forces' withdrawal which depended on the retreatment of all terrorist groups by receiving government amnesty or their transfer to Northern Syria, adding that Ankara has revealed its opposition after a likely agreement with the US in this regard.

Sources had said last month that Moscow and Washington had held talks to end the presence of US forces and affiliated militants in al-Tanf base at the borders with Iraq, adding that their withdrawal was imminent.

The Arabic-language website of Sputnik news agency quoted informed sources as saying that the Russian and American officials were negotiating the withdrawal of the US forces from al-Tanf region in the bordering triangle of Iraq-Syria-Jordan.

They added that the US and Russian officials were in talks over the final stages of the agreement, noting that plan was to come into effect soon.

The sources underlined that closure of al-Rakban camp which hosts over 80,000 civilians and their return to their villages and towns in different parts of Syria is also included in the agreement.

They said that based on the agreement, thousands of terrorists, trained and supported by the US, will also leave al-Tanf for Idlib, adding that most of their commanders have earlier left the region.

According to the report, members of Jeish Maghawir al-Thawra, Ahmed Abdou and Asoud al-Sharqiyeh terrorist groups are stationed in al-Tanf region in addition to the US, British and Norwegian forces.
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Arab Daily: Trump's Remarks Big Slap Across Saudis' Face, Prove Iran's Power
TEHRAN (FNA)- A leading Arab newspaper blasted the Saudi officials' silence on the insulting remarks by US President Donald Trump, noting that it was a big slap at Riyadh and showed Iran's power.

Trump told supporters Tuesday that Saudi Arabia and its King would not last "two weeks" in power without American military support and appeared to call on the country to pay more for its own defense, the Arabic-language al-Ray al-Youm reported on Saturday.

"We protect Saudi Arabia. Would you say they're rich? And I love the King ... King Salman but I said 'King, we're protecting you. You might not be there for two weeks without us. You have to pay for your military," Trump said.

The newspaper wrote that international observers are surprised at Riyadh's continued silence on Trump's insulting comments.

It added that the US president's remarks are considered as a slap across the face of the Saudi army and admission of Iran's hegemony and power.

Trump's first official overseas trip as President was to Saudi Arabia, where he gave a speech to scores of Muslim leaders.

During that trip, Trump signed a nearly $110 billion defense deal with King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, which signaled a renewed US commitment to its alliance with Saudi Arabia. Then-Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the deal was part of a $350 billion package of economic and defense investments between the two countries over the next 10 years.

The Trump administration has also defended Saudi Arabia's involvement in the war in Yemen which has killed over 17,500 Yemeni people, despite repeated criticism from the United Nations and international rights groups.

Saudi Arabia can survive ‘2,000 years’ without US help & not face civil war like America – MBS
Saudi society fully supports the royals and those few fringe extremist elements who stir trouble are being dealt with, believes crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, who claimed the kingdom can survive for 2,000 years on its own.

Known in the West by his initials MBS, the crown prince may, as he said, ‘love’ working with the US and Trump but, when it comes to thinking of examples of successful managers of social change, he is decidedly ‘America last.’ Any drastic financial, political and legal reforms come with a hefty price tag, he emphasized, drawing parallels with the history of the United States.

“...if you look at the United States of America, when for example they wanted to free the slaves. What was the price? Civil war. It divided America for a few years. Thousands, tens of thousands of people died to win freedom for the slaves,” Bin Salman told Bloomberg, in a wide-ranging interview published Friday.“Here we are trying to get rid of extremism and terrorism without civil war, without stopping the country from growing, with continuous progress in all elements,” the crown prince added. “So if there is a small price in that area, it’s better than paying a big debt to do that move.”
Two weeks? Try 2,000 years!

Bin Salman brushed off US President Donald Trump’s somewhat humiliating comments about Saudi Arabia perishing within two weeks without American support, saying that his kingdom existed decades before the US and will need “something like around 2,000 years to maybe face some dangers.”

“Actually, we will pay nothing for our security," the prince firmly stated, explaining that since Trump’s statements were clearly addressed to a domestic audience he did not find them offensive.

“We believe that all the armaments we have from the United States of America are paid for, it’s not free armament,” he reiterated. Explaining that, after Trump became US president, Saudi Arabia has already agreed to procure nearly 60 percent of its arms from Washington, he emphasized that Riyadh owes nothing extra because it always pays for weapons supplies in cash.

“I love working with him. I really like working with him,” bin Salman said of Trump, calling his comments a “one percent” disagreement between allies.
Saudis aren’t scared, only 1,500 ‘extremists’ arrested in 3 years

Bin Salman has been the public face of “reforms” that Riyadh has embarked on to diversify its economy and relax some of its laws – such as allowing women to drive, for example – since he became crown prince of Saudi Arabia in 2017.
Asked about discontent with the pace of those reforms and why some Saudis seem afraid to speak to journalists, bin Salman said they shouldn’t be and that only those “extremists” who organize street protests or cooperate with foreign “intelligence agencies” should fear imminent arrest. In the course of “fighting extremism, fighting terrorism” over the past three years, only “about 1,500” people have been arrested, he claimed, comparing it to 50,000 in Turkey after the attempted military coup there.

Anyone shown to have “links with intelligence against Saudi Arabia or extremism or terrorists” will face Saudi law, bin Salman stated. “We have do to this. We cannot fight extremists having 500 or 700 extremists on the streets recruiting people.” He named Iran and Qatar as the main suspects.

While the Salafist Saudi Kingdom has long been at odds with the predominantly Shia Islamic Republic on the other side of the Gulf, relations with Qatar have soured in recent years. Riyadh and its allies declared a blockade of the peninsular monarchy in June 2107, accusing Qatar, the owners of Al Jazeera, of secretly collaborating with Iran and of supporting Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) and other terrorists. The tensions show no signs of ending anytime soon.

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机の上の空 大沼安史の個人新聞
〔東電原子力大災害現場〕(重要)◆ 9月26日午前10時31分 と39分に、フクイチ・ライブカメラ(4号機側)が、白い噴出をとらえる! 31分の噴煙は黒煙まじり ◆ 噴煙、 山側から海側に流れる ―― ◎ 米国のウォッチャーが動画スクショし、公開! ★ 前日、「既設多核種除去設備(C)」で漏えい検知器が動作したことを示す警報が鳴っている! 関係は? これはどう見ても「山勢(やませ)ではない。
 ★ 東電には現場管理/説明責任がある! 


2018/9/26 10:26:21 (管理人がキャプチャー)

2018/9/26 10:31:07 (大沼安史氏のサイトから転載)

2018/9/26 10:31:31 (大沼安史氏のサイトから転載)

2018/9/26 10:35:18 (管理人がキャプチャー)

2018/9/26 10:38:17 時点でも煙は見られません。ごく短時間での現象だったようです。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 16:26| Comment(0) | 福島原発事故

平成29年度調査 5歳児の身長は低くなっている

学校保健統計調査-平成29年度(確定値)の結果の概要 から



posted by ZUKUNASHI at 11:22| Comment(0) | 福島原発事故

木木と知り合う チャンチン









次はチャンチンですね。新芽を食べられる?? 本当かな。
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Turkey-Backed Terrorists Continue Plundering Afrin's Historical Artifacts
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Ankara-Backed militants in Afrin in Western Aleppo still continue stealing the historical artifacts and usurping private properties, assets, farms and lands in the region, local sources reported on Thursday.
The sources said that the Ankara-backed Faylaq al-Awwal militants are plundering the artifacts in Cyrrhus (a city in ancient Syria founded by Seleucus Nicator, one of Alexander the Great's generals) known among Arabs as Nebi Huri castle in Northeastern Afrin.
They added that the commander of the terrorist group also monitors extensive excavation operations in the historical sites in the region, saying that the militants sell the artifacts in local and regional markets or transfer them to other regions.
Also, other reports said that the former commander of Faylaq al-Rahman terrorist group in Eastern Ghouta of Damascus has arrived at an agreement with the local council of Afrin to take control of a large mountainous area between Bastouleh and Afrin that is home to many villages later sell their control to other terrorists.
Relevant reports in August said that Ankara-backed militants continued damaging and plundering historical artifacts in Afrin region.
The Ankara-backed militant groups conducted excavation again in Afrin region in Northwestern Aleppo, destroying Nebi Huri and other historical sites in the region.
In the meantime, Director General for Antiquities and Museums of Syria Mahmoud Hammoud pointed to the major damage inflicted on Cyrrhus (Nebi Huri) that has been built in the fourth century BC, adding that the terrorists had ruined the pyramid-shaped mausoleum of Nebi Huri and built a cement building on top of it.

Ankara-Backed Terrorists Angry at Turkey for Reduction of Financial Aid in Al-Bab
TEHRAN (FNA)- Terrorists in the town of al-Bab in Northeastern Aleppo who are supported by Ankara are feeling angry at Turkey after the country did not supply them with financial aid and monthly salaries.
Sources affiliated to the terrorists in Northern Syria reported on Thursday that Faylaq al-Sham and National Liberation Front terrorists who are sponsored by the Turkish army in al-Bab have started complaints have Ankara didn't pay some militants and reduced salaries of some others.
They added that Faylaq al-Sham terrorists have not received their salaries for 5 months and some of them have received one fifth of their salary equal to 500 Turkish lira.
Meantime, reports said that a group of Faylaq al-Sham terrorists have attacked the house of a military commander of Liwa al-Maqawir, affiliated to Faylaq al-Sham, named Wasim Khabbaz and arrested him after internal differences among the militants in al-Bab increased.
Infighting among the militant groups has intensified in recent months in al-Bab.
Local sources reported last month that heavy clashes erupted between Ahrar al-Sharqiyeh and Ahrar al-Hasaka terrorists in al-Bab.
The Ahrar al-Hasaka terrorist group has just separated from Ahrar al-Sharqiyeh.
They added that the infighting killed and wounded a number of militants on both sides.
Meantime, heavy clashes erupted between the Ankara-backed al-Shaitat and a group of civilians in Northern Syria.

Infighting Increases among Terrorists in Idlib after Sochi Agreement
TEHRAN (FNA)- Infighting among Tahrir al-Sham Hay'at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) and National Liberation Front terrorists have increased, local sources in Northern Idlib reported, adding that the NLF has sent more military equipment to the region.
The sources said that Tahrir al-Sham and NLF terrorists engaged in clashes near the town of Zardana, adding that several militants of both sides as well as civilians were killed and wounded.
They added that the clashes erupted after Jeish al-Ahrar terrorists, affiliated to the NLF, detained a member of Tahrir al-Sham in the town.
according to reports, the NLF has dispatched a large military convoy to Zardana and Tahrir al-Sham terrorists have erected a large number of checkpoints across the town.
Also, a bomb-laden car was detonated near the town of Salqain in Northern Idlib, killing and wounding several people, including civilians.
Internal differences, insecurity and assassination operations have increased in Idlib province after Turkey and Russia agreed in Sochi on setting up a demilitarized zone in the region.
A senior terrorist commander and a number of militants were killed in a fresh round of clashes among rival groups in Idlib and Aleppo provinces on Tuesday.
Mohammad Rahal, a notorious commander of Tahrir al-Sham Hay'at was gunned down by unknown attackers in the village of Ma'ardabsah South of the town of Saraqib in Idlib.
In the meantime, a number of gunmen of the al-Turkistani Islamic Party were killed after unidentified raiders opened fire at them in the village of Ashtabraq in Jisr al-Shughour region in Western Idlib.
Meanwhile, unknown raiders attacked a base of Tahria al-Sham in al-Lairamoun in Northern Aleppo, killing four terrorists and seizing their weapons.

Militants Defecting SDF
TEHRAN (FNA)- Dozens of the Syrian Democratic Forces have defected the Washington-backed militia group in the past few days as attacks by unknown parties have increased against them in Raqqa.

Media activists in Raqqa reported on Thursday that the SDF's 'military police' has in the past two days detained at least 33 SDF militants who had left their posts in Raqqa city.

They added that a large number of SDF forces have defected recently.

Meantime, other reports said that an SDF militant was killed and a number of others were wounded after a grenade was thrown by unknown assailants at one of their checkpoints near the village of al-Sakir and Northern parts of Raqqa city.

Relevant reports said on Wednesday that the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in Raqqa were put on alert after unknown assailants increased their attacks against them.

Media activists reported that unknown gunmen attacked an SDF checkpoint in the village of Ayed near al-Tabaqah in Western Raqqa, killing and severely wounding 5 of them.

They added that the SDF forces were immediately put on alert after the attack and detained several people as suspects.

Also, one of the SDF forces was injured after an unknown assailant fired at a vehicle carrying the SDF militia in Tal Abyadh street in Raqqa city.

The sources said that insecurities and attacks against the SDF have increased in regions occupied by them, adding that the SDF has erected at least 15 checkpoints from Seif al-Dolah street and February 23 street to al-Batani square in Northeastern parts of Raqqa's center.
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Pakistan Expelling 17 Foreign Aid Groups
TEHRAN (FNA)- Pakistan has ordered several international charity and aid organizations to shut down and leave the country within 60 days, one of the organizations said Friday.

ActionAid, a South Africa-based charity that focuses on education, poverty alleviation and human rights, has confirmed that Pakistan’s Ministry of Interior has asked them to shut down their operations and leave the country, Anadolu reported.

"The government continues to suppress civic engagement by attacking NGOs. The most recent example is ActionAid, and several other NGOs were de-registered by the government of Pakistan," Adriano Campolina, chief executive of ActionAid International, said in a statement.

“The immediate victims will be the thousands of ordinary Pakistani families who ActionAid has been supporting to claim their rights and build a better life,” the statement said, adding Pakistan's hard-won democracy itself will be the ultimate victim.

Around 17 international NGOs have been shut down and ordered to leave, an officer at the Ministry of Interior told Anadolu Agency on condition of anonymity, as he was not authorized to speak to the media.

In December last year, Pakistan closed down 20 international NGOs and ordered them to wrap up their operations, but 17 of the organizations filed appeals with the Interior Ministry for re-consideration of its decision.

The ministry rejected the appeals but said they could re-apply for registration after six months, the Interior Ministry official added.

In 2012, Pakistan closed down the operations of US-based aid group Save the Children over its alleged link to efforts by the CIA to locate Al-Qaeda chief Osama Bin Laden.

Save the Children denied having any links to the US intelligence agency.

Pakistan later revised its registration policy with the aim of more closely monitoring the activities of all international NGOs working in the country. Only 66 international NGOs have been allowed to work so far while 213 are still awaiting registration.
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