Bright Future news (BFnews) - Latest news :: Full Edition http://bfnews.ir/vsnca45q8byd2.y-2.html Thu, 18 Jul 2019 00:47:47 GMT News Studio (News publishing and Editorial teamwork system) http://bfnews.ir/skins/default/en/normal/ch01_newsfeed_logo.gif Bright Future news http://bfnews.ir/ 100 70 en Copyright 2005-2010 BFnews, all rights reserved. Thu, 18 Jul 2019 00:47:47 GMT Iran 60 Iran is the center of science in the Islamic world http://bfnews.ir/vdcjviei.uqetxz29fu.html Bfnews: Morteza Moqtadaei, the member of Society of Seminary Teachers of Qom, rebuke ignoring the importance role of Islamic teachings and instructions in universities calling on officials to Islamize sciences at universities and transmit them to other countries in the region. " making unity between seminaries and universities required Islamization of sciences at universities," said the Islamic scholar stating that Iran can be pioneer in this arena. The grand Ayatollah urged responsible officials in this realm to oversee the content of books and lessons offered at universities," " Iran slated to help other countries through transmitting its science there," the senior cleric underscored. " Iran is the center of science in the Islamic world, so other countries expect us to help them and transmit our science to those countries," said the Islamic scholar. End/m ]]> Iran Mon, 16 Apr 2012 06:48:30 GMT http://bfnews.ir/vdcjviei.uqetxz29fu.html Scientific Developments is Best Means for Promotion of Islam http://bfnews.ir/vdciuwaw.t1ap52lict.html Bfnews: Grand Ayatollah Nasser Makarem Shirazi, Iranian senior jurisprudent and professor at Qom Seminary in a meeting with members of the Council for Promotion of Higher Education and Al Mustafa University referred to Iran's scientific advances demanding for propagating the advances in different countries. He demanded for promotion of Iran's scientific advances in a way that anti religious propagandas are foiled. Senior cleric called scientific promotions as a way to promote Islam and a symbol that Islam motivates scientific advancement. He referred to Islamic Revolution of Iran and the advances made in the post revolution Iran and expressed regret that the developments in cultural aspect have not been satisfactory. Ayatollah Makarem counted seminary and university as two centers which play an important role in solving the cultural problem of the country. "Enemies, due to the high expense of military attacks, have focused on cultural invasion and ruining the minds of the youths." Said the cleric and called for formation of three groups to work on lesson plans, materials and also professors. He quoted Islamic motto that science is an ever target of search for a Muslim and it has to be learnt no matter where it is. "Sciences have to be learnt by Muslims before it is adjusted with Islamic values, then a monotheistic observation of science will be plausible." Ayatollah Makarem said. Iranian top cleric referred to Islamic prayer that any moment should be a moment of development and said, "Once seminaries and universities carry out their mission, Islamic Revolution would make a great jump." Top religious figure also quoted a Hadith by Imam Ali (AS), first Shia Imam saying the positive outcomes for three good deeds never end, firstly, giving charity, then raising good children and finally learning and leaving science for the descendants. End/m ]]> Iran Mon, 16 Apr 2012 06:40:50 GMT http://bfnews.ir/vdciuwaw.t1ap52lict.html Oil price hike over Iran biggest threat to US economy http://bfnews.ir/vdcdno0k.yt0sf6me2y.html Bfnews: According to the CNNmoney survey published on Wednesday, nine out of 18 participant economists said that the rising oil prices is now a bigger threat to the US economy than Washington’s ongoing gridlock over budget and fear of China’s economic slowdown. This is while only five participant economists cited the European debt crisis as the biggest risk to the US economy. On December 31, 2011, Washington imposed a new round of sanctions on Iran's financial and energy sectors seeking to penalize other countries for importing Iranian crude or doing business with its central bank. The EU followed suit by imposing similar sanctions on January 23, banning member states from importing crude oil from Iran or dealing with the country’s central bank. Iran's decision to impose countersanctions on the European countries, including halting oil exports to six European countries, has led to a hike in global oil prices, pushing gasoline prices in the US and the UK to record highs. The rising gasoline prices have become a major issue in the US presidential election campaign. Tehran has so far halted oil exports to France, Britain, Greece and Germany and is also considering halting crude sales to Italy. The US, Israel and some of their allies accuse Tehran of pursuing military objectives in its nuclear energy program. End/m ]]> Iran Thu, 12 Apr 2012 06:40:06 GMT http://bfnews.ir/vdcdno0k.yt0sf6me2y.html Iran Disbands Sophisticated Israeli Terror Network http://bfnews.ir/vdcbzabs.rhbf8pe4ur.html Bfnews: In a statement issued Tuesday afternoon, the Iranian Intelligence Ministry said its forces "have discovered one of the biggest terror and sabotage networks of the Quds Occupying Regime (Israel) and protected cells of its operatives and arrested groups of criminal terrorists and mercenaries cooperating with them". The Iranian intelligence forces said the move followed a series of sophisticated operations in several Iranian provinces along the borders and also in the Central country. "…the complicated and months-long measures and moves made by the Iranian intelligence forces to identify the devils led to the discovery of the Zionists' regional command center in one of the regional countries and discovering the identity of the agents active in that command center", the statement added. The statement also mentioned that the successful operation of the Iranian intelligence forces could foil several terrorist attacks in Iran in coming days since "a number of operating cells of this terror network were arrested as they were preparing for new terrorist operations". The ministry also said that it has discovered and seized large caches of ammunition, weapons and military and telecommunication tools and equipment in the operation. The ministry declined to reveal any further details due to security considerations, but said it will provide the public with more information in due time. End/m ]]> Iran Thu, 12 Apr 2012 06:27:47 GMT http://bfnews.ir/vdcbzabs.rhbf8pe4ur.html Velayat and Imamate ways to perfection http://bfnews.ir/vdcftmdt.w6dmca7riw.html Bfnews: President Ahmadinejad made the remarks addressing the attendees in the 13th martyrdom anniversary of Brigadier-General Ali Sayad Shirazi, who was chief-of-staff of the Iranian forces during the 8-year defensive war against Iraqi dictator Saddam, and some 110 other martyred commander of the sacred defense. He said on Monday that the martyrs are manifestation of love, devotion, and sacrifice, adding that the Iranian nation and all freedom-loving nations in the world would surely continue the determined path towards conquering peaks of victory and glory. Some of officials and army commanders attended the ceremony to commemorate the martyrs. In 1999, General Shirazi was assassinated, just outside his house when he was going to work. The Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO), better known as 'Hypocrites', claimed responsibility for the assassination. End/n ]]> Iran Wed, 11 Apr 2012 08:11:58 GMT http://bfnews.ir/vdcftmdt.w6dmca7riw.html Negotiation to bear fruit if we abide by Islamic rules http://bfnews.ir/vdcb8fbs.rhbfwpe4ur.html Bfnews: Hojjat-ol Islam Ahmad Mobaleghi, Deputy of Research on Proximity affairs in the World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought appreciated the organizers of “ Jurisprudential theory” international conference pointing out the importance of abiding by Islamic rules and respecting other ideas in Islamic negotiations. “For our negotiation to bear fruit, we should abide by the Islamic rules,” the Islamic scholar underlined. He went on, “ It is also incumbent upon each of us to respect diverse ideas we perceived different and opposite from ours.” “Different ways for making unity should be explored by Islamic scholar, mainly through investigations into the prior experiences,” Hojjat-ol Islam Ahmad Mobaleghi underlined. “More research also is needed in the realms of unity, particularly in areas that have not been previously examined,” Research deputy of proximity affairs underlined. “It would also be useful if we get familiar with different cultures, inasmuch such move lets us enhance our tolerance, being open to counter ideas running to ours while expressing our thoughts,” he mentioned. “Muslims should take the cognizance of commonalities, eschewing from any conflict over minor issues,” said the Islamic scholar. “Muslims should know that it is only through unity and proximity that they can reach their Islamic goals,” he concluded. The conference of “Jurisprudential theory” held in Oman, started from Saturday April ۷ and continued to Thursday April 10. " End/n ]]> Iran Wed, 11 Apr 2012 07:29:45 GMT http://bfnews.ir/vdcb8fbs.rhbfwpe4ur.html Wahhabis recognize no reason, logic or laws http://bfnews.ir/vdci3paw.t1apy2lict.html Bfnews: Grand Ayatollah Makarem Shirazi in the beginning of his speech at Adham mosque offering his condolences on the death anniversary of lady Masumah (as), touched upon some of her virtues and merits then added, “the pilgrims and the inhabitants of the holy city of Qum must hold the respect of this city”. In continuation of his speech, His eminence renounced the killing of a number of Pakistani Shia’s by radical Wahhabis and stated” unfortunately Pakistani officials along with international community remained silent with regard to this crime. He condemned such radical violent acts of Wahhabis and continued “these Wahhabis recognize no reason, logic or laws and they brutally murder innocent people. The Grand Ayatoallah Makarem Shirazi added that the Shi'a scholars do not permit retaliation against these acts and this very fact is a proof for truthfulness of the school of Ahlu Bayt and Shi'a. “The government of Pakistan must identify quickly the ones who are responsible for these grievous massacres and bring them to justice so that we will not witness such crimes anymore”; his eminence stated. He called Wahhabi extremists criminals and regarded killing innocent people, in opposition with Islamic and Quranic teachings and added “it is been reported that recently a number of Wahhabi youths have reverted to Shi'a“ He expressed hope that both Pakistani government and Iranian officials take and maintain a strong stand on this issue which hopefully be followed by international community’s stance against this phenomenon so that we will not witness such unprecedented actions which will surly remain as indelible disgrace in the history of humanity. ]]> Iran Wed, 11 Apr 2012 07:07:54 GMT http://bfnews.ir/vdci3paw.t1apy2lict.html Saudi Arabia Behind Wahhabi Crimes http://bfnews.ir/vdch6xnm.23nxqd10t2.html Bfnews: Iranian Grand Shi'a cleric denounced extremist measures of the Wahhabis in killing Shia Muslims in some countries urging Muslim communities for more vigilance and unity. Ayatollah Hussein Noori Hamedani, top Iranian jurisprudent and Professor at Qom Seminary criticized Saudi Arabia for supporting Wahhabis saying in Wahhabi belief killing of Shia Muslims is a necessity. Grand cleric in his weekly class held in Qom called Wahhabism a deviated and dangerous sect and said, "According to Wahhabism it is Halal (permitted) and sometimes mandatory to kill Shia." And referred to several violent crimes committed by Wahhabis in different countries. He rebuked Saudi Arabia for funding Wahhabis and called the country to be responsible for anti human crimes in Bahrain. Ayatollah Noori Hamedani added, "Crimes committed in Pakistan is inspired by Wahhabis; therefore, Muslims have to maintain their vigilance against Wahhabism which is a threat for all Muslims." Professor at Qom Semianry hailed Islam as a religion of kindness, blessing and justice and stressed illogical acts are not accepted in Islam. End/m ]]> Iran Wed, 11 Apr 2012 06:43:03 GMT http://bfnews.ir/vdch6xnm.23nxqd10t2.html No Country Dares to Attack Iran http://bfnews.ir/vdchixnm.23nxxd10t2.html Bfnews: "No country dares to attack Iran," Pakpour told reporters in Tehran on Monday, reiterating Iran's growing power in the region and the world. He underscored Iran's high military capabilities and power in different fields and fronts, and said "the IRGC plans to stage numerous drills in the new (Iranian) year (started on March 20)". Iran's Army and IRGC hold regular wargames to practice combat tactics and also test new home-made military tools, equipment and weapons in action. In the most recent case, the IRGC ground force held military drills, codenamed as Hamiyan-e Vellayat (Supporters of Religious Leadership), in Jahrom general zone, in Iran's Southern province of Fars earlier this year. Commander of Khatom ol-Anbia Air Defense Base Brigadier General Farzad Esmayeeli announced after the wargames that Iranian Army and IRGC reviewed their latest air defense tactics during the drills. On the first day of the exercises, the air defense units of the Iranian Armed Forces under the command of Khatam ol-Anbia base managed to detect and identify invading aircraft and started confrontation with enemy warplanes using air defense systems and Scramble and CAP air defense planes. During the second day of the drills, Iran's air defense force assessed the preparedness and performance of its air defense artillery and mid-range missile systems against low-altitude aerial threats. The drills were staged by the air defense units of the Iranian Army and the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC). Iran's air defense units assessed the performance and capabilities of different types of mobile and fixed radar systems on the third day of Sarallah military drills in Southern Iran. During the phases of the air defense wargames, different fixed and mobile radar systems which have been manufactured and upgraded by Iranian experts and are under the control of Iran's integrated air defense network were used. Kasta and NEBO radars as well as the Iran-made Kashef (Discoverer) and Matla ol-Fajr radars were used to detect and identify aerial threats. Iran's home-made air defense radar systems can easily detect cruise missiles and drones. End/m ]]> Iran Tue, 10 Apr 2012 05:29:33 GMT http://bfnews.ir/vdchixnm.23nxxd10t2.html Top Commander Strongly Rejects Rapprochement with US http://bfnews.ir/vdcfxmdt.w6dmma7riw.html Bfnews: A Persian-language journal (the Iranian International Studies Journal) recently alleged that Hashemi Rafsanjani has called on other senior Islamic Republic officials to negotiate with the United States to avoid "an adventurous policy". "No one has spoken about relations with the US," Firouzabadi said, adding, "One of the gentlemen (officials) has talked with reporters and reminisced about Imam (Khomeini)'s era, saying that he had given a letter to Imam in this regard (talks with the US) and Imam had rejected it." Reiterating that Rafsanjani's proposal belonged to the past and to Imam Khomeini's era over two decades ago, Firouzabadi added, "Imam disagreed with that proposal of Mr. Hashemi Rafsanjani and didn't act upon it; also after Imam's era this view (talks with the US) has never been approved by the Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) and Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution (Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei) and has never been on the Islamic Republic's agenda." Firouzabadi stressed that the Supreme Leader is the only authority vested with the power of decision-making in this regard and the Leader has not yet taken any decision on holding talks with the US. "The US is moving heaven and earth to open the way of negotiations with Iran," he said, implying that Iran has the upper-hand when it comes to issues involving the US The United States and Iran broke diplomatic relations in April 1980, after Iranian students seized the United States' espionage center at its embassy in Tehran. The two countries have had tense relations ever since, but have shown willingness to attend talks to help resolve regional issues, including security in Iraq. Yet, the two countries have avoided talks on bilateral issues for the last thirty years. Obama White House in March 2009 tried to offer a so-called olive branch to Iran and repair strained ties of nearly three decades. Tehran, meanwhile, said it would only consider the promise after seeing practical changes in the US policies. But Obama in a sudden change of policy threatened to use nuclear weapons against Iran. The United States pledged never to use nuclear weapons against the states that comply with the Non-Proliferation Treaties (NPT) as part of a review of nuclear arms strategy. But Obama's pledge left open a nuclear strike against countries that have signed the global NPT but stand accused of violating its terms. Obama, in an interview with the New York Times at the time, said outright that the loophole would apply to "outliers like Iran and North Korea" that the US believes are developing nuclear weapons. In response, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad lashed out at Obama for his threatening remarks against Iran, and said Obama's comments indicated his lack of experience. President Ahmadinejad said that American leaders still act like cowboys and like heroes in Western movies, "Whenever there is a problem, they take out their guns." End/m ]]> Iran Mon, 09 Apr 2012 11:24:35 GMT http://bfnews.ir/vdcfxmdt.w6dmma7riw.html