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Bacheh NaziAbad 
55 minutes ago

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خاک عا لم بر سر سوشا لایی خور داف باز لگوری
کیروش کوره اینو الکی دعوت میکنه تیم ملی


Zinsky  
2 hours ago

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I agree that no war is in the future with Iran. I don't think either side can afford such war. Proxy wars are on going and will continue. Foreign policies in USA are complicated & not determined by presidents. Hilary will not act against Iran.

As far as normalization of the relationship, I think it's not in the picture at this time. Both sides like to have the enemy to help their internal interest.

As I mentioned before, my concerns are economy, education, environment & future of my kids. I need to be able to work and pay the bills. I need to know that my kids get decent education & earth is livable in 20 years!


Zinsky  
5 hours ago

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How Clinton Can Woo Back Iranian Americans

qkl4putt7c57nqaa5ufj4rggoyiok5zqLet the wooing begin. After her big win on Tuesday, Secretary Hillary Clinton has shifted her focus to the general election. And with that comes the task of uniting the party and wooing the Bernie Sanders supporters to her side. It won’t be easy – her pro-interventionist track record or Goldman Sachs speaking fees may be deal-breakers for some, but in a contest with Donald Trump there are voting blocs that she can win over if she meets them halfway. The Iranian American community is one such group.

There is no disputing the fact that Senator Sanders has outperformed expectations and that his message has shown particular resonance with young voters and Americans of Middle Eastern descent, including Iranian Americans. Sanders had a commanding lead in a recent poll of supporters of the largest grassroots Iranian-American organization, NIAC Action. Sanders won 62% support to Clinton’s 19%. This is a significant gap and Secretary Clinton should take note.

Clearly, Iranian Americans who have gravitated towards Sanders have largely done so for the same reasons as other Sanders supporters – because of a distrust of the Washington establishment, anti-war and anti-interventionist sentiments, disillusion with incrementalist political change and concerns about increased economic injustice.

But Clinton’s approach toward Iran is also a major reason why she lagged behind Sanders among Iranian Americans.

What it comes down to is this: President Barack Obama, against all odds and the scorn of the Washington foreign policy establishment, pursued patient and committed diplomacy and managed to score an amazing win with the Iran nuclear deal. In one stroke, two disasters were avoided: The disaster of an Iranian nuclear bomb and the disaster of war with Iran. The deal also carried the added benefit of reducing US dependency on Saudi Arabia, whose support for radical Wahhabi ideology has helped destabilize the region and threaten the West.

The question Iranian Americans ask themselves is: If diplomacy could resolve the toughest issue between the US and Iran – the nuclear dispute – what else can be resolved if America continues on Obama’s path of sophisticated diplomacy? If Iran and the US can’t be friends, can they at least stop being enemies? Can diplomacy be used to address Iran’s deplorable human rights record? Can diplomacy that includes Iran finally put an end to the carnage in Syria? And can increased US-Iran cooperation enhance America’s maneuverability vis-a-vis Saudi Arabia and counter Riyadh’s destabilizing activities?

The message from Sanders has been clear: Not only would he continue Obama’s path of diplomacy, he would work to widen the window of opportunity with Iran. The message received from Clinton has been more muddled. She supports the nuclear accord, but signals minimal desire to built upon that success. Rather than being the floor of potential US-Iran cooperation, the nuclear deal could be it’s ceiling under a Clinton Administration.

Additionally, while Sanders has signaled a willingness to challenge the conventional Washington wisdom on Iran by indicating that the U.S. should pursue normalization, Clinton has attacked him for that statement and accused him of naiveté. To many, the dispute reflected the debate eight years ago when Clinton, along with other candidates, attacked Obama for his statement that he would sit down with hostile nations, including Iran, without preconditions. According to foreign policy advisor Ben Rhodes, on the day the Iran deal was agreed upon the President traced the historic agreement all the way back to the question submitted to the candidates during the YouTube debate in 2007, showing how important campaigns can be in shaping the direction of Presidencies.

Clinton’s stance toward further Iran negotiations might not ultimately be that different than Sanders, but her attacks on normalization send a worrying signal that engagement would be the exception rather than the rule. This runs counter to the lessons of the nuclear accord. When the U.S. doubled down on isolation at the expense of negotiations, Iran’s nuclear program moved steadily forward in response. When the Obama administration demonstrated seriousness in reaching an accord, however, it succeeded in freezing Iran’s nuclear program and then significantly rolling it back. Why not signal greater openness toward addressing the full spectrum of differences with Iran? By rejecting normalization at the outset, Clinton only succeeds in shrinking the range of diplomatic possibilities during her potential Presidency.

Even if Clinton does seek a further reduction in tensions, there is a fear that her hawkish language could help close the window of opportunity with Iran. Clinton’s statement in the very first Democratic debate that she was proud to list the Iranians among her enemies remains a major source of contention for Iranian Americans. Of course, Clinton was referring to the Iranian government and not its people, but she never clarified the off-the-cuff statement. The episode suggested to many that she was more comfortable maintaining animosity at the expense of exploring conflict resolution and areas of mutual interest.

When President Obama began on the path of diplomacy, the first thing he changed was America’s language on Iran. Recognizing that the hawkish and threatening language of George W. Bush rendered diplomacy next to impossible, President Obama adopted a much more sophisticated language on Iran to create an atmosphere conducive to the success of diplomacy. Obama never hesitated to criticize Iran, but he always did so while stressing that relations can change and that the U.S. is pursuing a relationship of mutual respect. If Clinton wants to score points with Iranian Americans, she could start by adopting rhetoric that sounds more like President Obama instead of a return to the saber rattling of President Bush.

Of course, the poll also shows that the inflammatory message of Donald Trump has not been well received by the Iranian-American community. Indeed, it’s difficult to imagine that a large number of Iranian or Middle Eastern Americans will shift to Trump, mindful of his willingness to stoke fear and racism for political gain. But some may choose to sit out this election unless Clinton shows that she values their votes and that she is interested in building on Obama’s opening toward Iran.


Farzad 
6 hours ago

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سرمربی پرسپولیس گفت: امروز ما تیمی که همیشه بودیم نبودیم. تعداد قابل توجهی از بازیکنان ما در آن سطحی که هستند نبودند.

من نمی‌توانم به بازیکنانم انتقاد کنم چون نمی‌خواستند ببازند و تلاش‌شان را کردند. اما امروز در بازی جنبه‌های منفی بیشتر بود و منجر به این نتیجه شد.


American Thief 
7 hours ago

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When it's all said and done you are voting for me and I thank you for it.


Gorbi 
7 hours ago

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The difference between Perspolis being in first place and third was literally lost in the last few moments of the game when a header by Bengston from very close range was blocked or defended away from the goal which turned into a counter attack and Naft's second goal. The difference was a couple of inches.


Gorbi 
7 hours ago

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Ahmad jAn, I hope you are right. I've seen too many misleading promises and flip flops from Hillary to think otherwise. As a registered Democrat, if I end of voting for her, it will be with a tremendous amount of reluctance. 


Zinsky  
7 hours ago

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تراکتورسازی با این برد 45 امتیازی شد و در رده چهارم قرار گرفت. با توجه به اختلاف 6 امتیازی شاگردان قلعه‌نویی با رقبا تبریزی‌ها هنوز در 2 هفته باقی مانده شانس صعود به آسیا و قهرمانی را نیز دارند.


Gorbi 
8 hours ago

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لیگ برتر جام خلیج فارس 
 تيمبازيهابردمساویباختگل زدهگل خوردهتفاضل گلامتياز 
1استقلال281312340241651
2استقلال خوزستان281312330141651
3پرسپولیس28149544311351
4تراکتورسازی281112535251045
5نفت تهران2812972820845
6ذوب آهن281013535231243
7صبای قم2891362822640
8گسترش فولاد28108103327638
9سپاهان2881462927238
10سایپا28106122630-436
11پدیده2899102834-636
12فولاد2787122132-1131
13ملوان28511122232-1026
14سیاه جامگان2866162031-1124
15راه‌آهن28410142234-1222
16استقلال اهواز2727181348-3513


Farzad 
8 hours ago

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This was how Persepolis playing first 6 games and that is how they lost 4 games.

They will end up with championship. Big game against hostage sh next week.


Zinsky  
8 hours ago

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صفر - نفت 2/ منصوریان برای استقلال برد، پرسپولیس سوم شد

دیدار دو تیم پرسپولیس و نفت تهران با برتری دو بر صفر شاگردان علیرضا منصوریان تمام شد تا شاگردان برانکو صدر جدول را از دست بدهند.

به گزارش ایسنا، از هفته بیست و هشتم لیگ‌برتر فوتبال ایران، پرسپولیس و نفت تهران از ساعت 18 در ورزشگاه آزادی رودرروی هم قرار گرفتند. این دیدار در پایان با پیروزی دو بر صفر نفت خاتمه یافت. وحید امیری در دقیقه 84 و مجتبی حقدوست در دقیقه 92 گل های نفت را به ثمر رساندند.

با این نتیجه پرسپولیس همان 51 امتیازی باقی ماند اما با تقاضل گل کمتر نسبت به استقلال تهران و خوزستان در رده سوم قرار گرفت اما نفت تهران با 45 امتیاز در رده پنجم ماند.

محمد دانشگر، وحید امیری و سعید لطفی از نفت تهران و بابک حاتمی، لوکا ماریچ و فرشاد احمدزاده از پرسپولیس با کارت زرد داور مواجه شدند.

نیمه نخست

در دقیقه پنج، پرسپولیسی‌ها نخستین موقعیت خود را روی اشتباه بازیکنان نفت و از سمت دفاع چپ دفاع این تیم به دست اوردند که مهدی طارمی تا مقابل محوطه شش قدم پیش رفت اما شوت بی‌دقت او با طی کردن عرض زمین از دروازه بیرانوند دور شد.

در دقیقه هفت فرشاد احمدزاده، از سمت چپ زمین نفت کرنر تیمش را ارسال کرد که بیرانوند در موقعیتی خطرناک توپ را بار دیگر به کرنر فرستاد.

دقیقه هشت بازی، بار دیگر کرنر پرسپولیس را محسن مسلمان از سمت راست دفاع نفت ارسال کردند که در شلوغی محوطه جریمه توپ مقابل پای احمدزاده افتاد اما او با بی‌دقتی توپ را به بالای دروازه زد.

در دقیقه 14، مهدی طارمی سانتری را از مقابل محوطه هجده قدم به مقابل محوطه شش قدم ارسال فرستاد که امید عالیشاه با پرشی بلند، توپ را با ضربه سر به تور کنار دروازه زد.

در دقیقه 27، یک بار دیگر پرسپولیسی‌ها به وسیله پاس بلند بابک حاتمی به محوطه جریمه نفت تهران موقعیتی را ایجاد کردند که پاس رو به عقب علیپور را مهدی طارمی با ضربه قدرتمند روی پا به بالای دروازه زد تا آه از نهاد هواداران این تیم بلند شود.

در دقیقه 37، بازیکنان پرسپولیس ضربه خطایی را روی دروازه نفت ارسال کردند که مدافع این تیم توپ را به اشتباه دفع کرد و در آستانه ورود به دروازه، بیرانوند با واکنشی خوب توپ را راهی کرنر کرد تا این نیمه با تساوی بدون گل تمام شود.

نیمه دوم

در دقیقه 49، بازیکنان نفت نخستین موقعیت این نیمه را ایجاد کردند. علی قربانی در گوشه محوطه شش قدم پرسولیس توپ را به سمت دروازه این تیم شلیک کرد که سوشا مکانی توپ را به کرنر فرستاد.

در دقیقه 54، مهدی طارمی توپ بلندی که بابک حاتمی به داخل محوطه جریمه ارسال کرده بود را با ضربه سر زد که علیرضا بیرانوند توپ را در آغوش کشید.

در دقیقه 62، محسن مسلمان ضربه ایستگاهی تیمش را روی دروازه نفت تهران ارسال کرد که باز هم امید عالیشاه بالاتر از همه توپ را به بیرون فرستاد.

در دقیقه 65، محسن مسلمان حرکتی انفرادی را مقابل محوطه جریمه نفت تهران آغاز کرد و در ادامه با شوتی فنی و محکم دروازه این تیم را به خطر جدی مواجه کرد اما این توپ با فاصله اندک از کنار دروازه به بیرون رفت.

در دقیقه 84، وحید امیری حرکت انفرادی‌ای را مقابل دروازه پرسپولیس آغاز کرد و با عبور از رضا نورمحمدی توپ را از میان پاهای سوشا مکانی عبور داد و گل نخست این بازی را به ثمر رساند تا تیمش با یک گل از حریف پیش بیفتد.

در دقیقه 92 نفتی‌ها روی یک ضدحمله صاحب موقعیتی عالی شدند. مجتبی حقدوست در موقعیت تک به تک با سوشا مکانی او را دریبل کرد و دروازه خالی را باز کرد تا آب سردی بر تن پرسپولیسی‌ها ریخته باشد.

برای پرسپولیس سوشا مکانی، بابک حاتمی، مایکل اومانیا، لوکا ماریچ ( رضا نورمحمدی 62)، محمد انصاری، محسن مسلمان، کمال کامیابی‌نیا، فرشاد احمدزاده (جری بنستون 74)، امید عالیشاه، علی علیپور و مهدی طارمی به سرمربیگری برانکو ایوانکوویچ به میدان رفتند.

علیرضا بیرانوند، مهدی شیری، سید جلال حسینی، سیامک کورشی، حمید بوحمدان، وحید امیری، وحید حمدی نژاد، سعید لطفی، محمد دانشگر، ایمان مبعلی ( مجتبی حق دوست 79) و علی قربانی (امیر ارسلان مطهری 64) 11 بازیکنی هستند که از ابتدا مقابل پرسپولیس به میدان رفتند.


Zinsky  
8 hours ago

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بدموقع پرسپولیس و پیروزی دو استقلال/ آبی‌ها صدرنشین شدند - خبرگزاری مهر | اخبار ایران و جهان | Mehr News Agency

* استقلال خوزستان ۳ - راه‌آهن یک
- گل ها: فرشاد جان فزا(۲۰) و رحیم زهیوی(۲۹و ۶۷) برای استقلال خوزستان - مجید حسینی(۲۳) برای راه آهن

* پرسپولیس صفر - نفت تهران یک
گل: وحید امیری(۸۳)

* سپاهان یک - گسترش فولاد تبریز صفر
گل: امین منوچهری(۳۸)

* پدیده خراسان صفر - ذوب‌آهن اصفهان یک
گل: مهدی رجب زاده ۷۲

* فولاد خوزستان - استقلال اهواز (به روز شنبه موکول شد)

* صبای قم یک - سیاه‌جامگان مشهد صفر
گل: کورده - بازیکن حریف(۳۹)

* تراکتورسازی ۴ - ملوان بندرانزلی ۲
گل ها: فرزاد حاتمی(۸ و ۴۵)، سروش رفیعی(۵۶) و بخیتار رحمانی(۶۱) برای تراکتورسازی - رضا درویشی(۱۰) و محمدحسین کنعانی زادگان(۶۷) برای ملوان

* سایپا یک - استقلال ۲
گل ها: علی قلی زاده(۶۴) برای سایپا - امید ابراهیمی(۵۲ - پنالتی) و پروپیچ(۸۱) برای استقلال


Ahmad_DC 
8 hours ago

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Perspolis goalie made a piss poor play on that first goal.  Tarami was a no show all day long. 


Ahmad_DC 
8 hours ago

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Gorbi jan

I am not sure what she will support corporations over people means.  She will nominate liberal justices and they will do what they will do.  As for trade, it is time for Americans to stop blaming trade deals for losing jobs.  There is no future in protectionist policies.

As for wars, Iran will not be getting into any wars any time soon.  They have clearly demonstrated that they are way too smart for that.  Look for the proxy wars with Iran to continue regardless of who the US elects as President for the foreseeable future.


Zinsky  
8 hours ago

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Perspolise first loss in so many weeks. Worse timing!!!


Zinsky  
8 hours ago

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3 way tie with 51 points! Couldn't get any more exciting!


Zinsky  
8 hours ago

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Bad day for reds. Good day for blues!


Farzad 
8 hours ago

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Reds lose 1st place.


Farzad 
8 hours ago

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And Naft scores


Farzad 
8 hours ago

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Persepolis just not playing their usual game. And Naft is killing time for ESES.


Gorbi 
9 hours ago

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Watch Perspolis vs. Naft here


Gorbi 
9 hours ago

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What  a bullshit PK for Esteghlal!!!


Gorbi 
9 hours ago

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Ahmad/Zinsky, with Hillary you can be sure of two things:

  • She will support corporations over people
  • She will start another war, quite possibly with Iran


Zinsky  
9 hours ago

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Ahmad,

Hilary is as qualify as anyone to be president. For nearly 20 years, she has been under microscope by the right and left.

She has been labeled many things. Stiff & boring are the nice ones. Corrupt & liar are in the middle. One can imagine the rest.

Is she any worse than many, many men ran and won presidencies? Is she any less qualified?

Crazy republicans have been trying so hard to make her look like a monster. She is just another politician without a dick!!!


Farzad 
9 hours ago

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Reds need to intensify... This ain't gonna cut it


Ahmad_DC 
9 hours ago

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Migan gorbeh dastesh be ghosht nemiresid goft boo mideh!

Nothing impressive here.


Graduated from Wellesley College in 1969, where she became the first student commencement speaker

J.D. from Yale Law School in 1973

A stint as a congressional legal counsel

She co-founded Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families in 1977

The first female chair of the Legal Services Corporation in 1978

The first female partner at Rose Law Firm in 1979

While First Lady of Arkansas she led a task force that reformed Arkansas' public school system, and served on the board of directors of Wal-Mart among other corporations.

In her first major policy initiative as first lady, the president appointed her to lead the Clinton health care plan of 1993, which failed to reach a vote in Congress. In 1997 and 1999, she played a leading role in advocating the creation of the State Children's Health Insurance Program, the Adoption and Safe Families Act and the Foster Care Independence Act.

Elected as the first female senator from the state of New York, the only first lady ever to have sought elective office.

Secretary of State in the Obama administration from January 2009 to February 2013

Leaving office at the end of Obama's first term, she authored her fifth book and undertook lucrative speaking engagements before announcing in April 2015 her second run.


Zinsky  
9 hours ago

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Never mind! They are all tied...


Zinsky  
9 hours ago

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Khuzestan not Ahvaz!!!


Zinsky  
9 hours ago

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1/2 hour into the games and E.Ahvaz is the only winner so far.


Zinsky  
9 hours ago

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Coke,

What's the alternative?
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