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  1. Iranian Military Structure Iran Has 3 Kind of Armed forces, fighting with 3 different strategies, 3 different structure which makes hard for enemy to design an attack strategy! Iran's military structure is broken up into three branches, with the Ayatollah "˜Ali Khamene'i as the commander-in-chief: Islamic Republic of Iran Army (the Artesh), Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and the Basij Resistance Force.[vi] In 1992, Iran established a new single office for the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the General Command of the Armed Forces Joint Staffs, which effectively placed the Artesh and the IRGC under common command.[vii] Altogether, the forces total approximately 545,000 active personnel and 350,000 reserve personnel. The Iranian armed forces consist of the Islamic Republic of Iran Army, Islamic Republic of Iran Navy,[18] Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force, and the Islamic Republic of Iran Air Defense Force. The regular armed forces have an estimated 425,000 personnel: the Islamic Republic of Iran Army, 350,000 personnel; the Islamic Republic of Iran Navy, 18,000 personnel, and the Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force, 52,000 airmen.[5] The Islamic Republic of Iran Air Defense Force is a branch split off from the IRIAF.[19] The Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution, or Revolutionary Guards, has an estimated 120,000 personnel in five branches: Its own Navy,[18] Aerospace Force, and Ground Forces; and the Quds Force (special forces).[5] The Basij is a paramilitary volunteer force controlled by the Islamic Revolutionary Guards. Its membership is a matter of controversy. Iranian sources claim a membership of 12.6 million, including women, of which perhaps 3 million are combat capable. There are a claimed 2,500 battalions of which some are composed of full-time personnel.[20] GlobalSecurity.org quotes a 2005 study by the Center for Strategic and International Studies estimating 90,000 active-duty full-time uniformed members, 300,000 reservists, and a total of 11 million men that can be mobilised if need be .[21] Main article: Cyberwarfare in Iran It has been reported that Iran is one of the five countries that has a cyber-army capable of conducting cyber-warfare operations. It has also been reported that Iran has immensely increased its cyberwarfarecapability since the post presidential election un-rest.[22][23][24][25][26] Furthermore, China has accused the United States of having initiated a cyber war against Iran, through websites such as Twitter andYouTube and employing a hacker brigade for the purpose of fomenting unrest in Iran.[27][28] It has also been reported in early 2010, that two new garrisons for cyberwarfare have been established at Zanjan andIsfahan.[29]
  2. i have come across this video at internet. This Shows irani army general Qasim Sulemani presence in halab city. What is the reality? How much is the authenticity of this video? Regards
  3. According to multiple media reports, the first Saudi soldier has been killed by the Houthis on the border, while 10 others have been injured. As a response to this and the Houthis capture of Central Aden, foreign troops have reportedly begun to land in Aden. Sources: http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/04/02/us-yemen-security-aden-idUSKBN0MT0G820150402 http://www.middleeasteye.net/news/foreign-troops-reportedly-enter-aden-first-saudi-soldier-killed-north-195465762 http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2015/04/02/404380/Saudi-soldier-killed-on-Yemen-border http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/adetails.php?eid=204026&cid=23&fromval=1
  4. http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2014/09/iraq-retakes-more-towns-from-islamic-state-20149183142780549.html this is good news after breaking the siege of amerili recently .. on Monday Iraqi forces took back yet another town from ISIL terrorists the town of Sulaiman Bek... mashallah ...
  5. Hello guys, Started a new YouTube channel the other day on Iran's military/industry and thought you might be interested! The upcoming video on chemical warfare during the war Saddam Hussein waged against Iran during the 1980s will be up after this weekend. Here's my short introduction. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JXvqSQWvlkM You can stay updated by doing the following: -Regularly check ShiaChat -Subscribe to my YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/iranmilitaryvlog -Like my Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/iranmilitaryvlog Thanks!
  6. Hey soldier, hey mother! Cry out, because you have the right to cry. Maybe you have not seen your child for months or years. Your sweet child. An innocent child who could not bear having the mom away and who have missed you more than you do. Cry out soldier, Cry out to relieve your pain. Cry out that they have ignored your essence of motherhood by honoring you with these outfits which does not fit you. Cry out for losing the crown honoring you a woman. Cry out, because nothing is more joyful than being a mother. They have deprived you from that and they have spoiled your taste. But I have some word with you soldier, You are a mother, you have the right to love your child… you have the right to miss her… I have question: Do you know this child? Do you see how his father is fumbling his eyes with his eyes closed? Can you realize how he has taken his child’s shoes off to calm him with his warmth? This father is one of you and your friend's prisoners in Iraq… What would happen if you allowed that father to see his child? Do you think only you love your child?? What about this girl? She used to run in the alleys of Basra, with a childish smile on her lips… Now do you think the crimson stains of her dress are patterns of red roses or the traces of a fresh blood? Or the red stains on the ground are petals of roses fallen from her dress? What has her delicate face to do with the gun you have pointed toward her? Look at how she is crying! Look at the blood tumbling down from her face! Isn’t her blood more colorful than that of your child whom you have hugged so tightly? Look at the state of this poor girl. This is consequence of what you and your friends have done which will remain with you forever… This is what you have offered as a gift to this girl and her people...! Do you recognize this father? He is putting his daughter’s body beside other bodies in an unexplainable condition. Do you remember? A few nights ago, you bombarded their house. You and your colleagues. What about this one? Well, this is from Afghanistan. Your former masterwork. However will this father ever recover from this wound? And you offered this gift to Afghan children in about one or two ago… There are plenty of such cases to serve as examples… SARDASHT, HALABJA, QANA…SABRA, SHATILA, … and PALESTINE…! Cry out soldier! Cry out, but not only for your child whom you missed… It might be unacceptable for you, but soldier! I see no empathy in your sorrow. Cry out for the humanity which is crushed under you and your leaders’ feat… Cry out for the empathy which has died inside you… Cry out for the nobleness and free-heartedness which you all have lost…!
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