Friday, February 1, 2013

Tehran This Morning

Images of Tehran captured by Erfan Khoshkhoo (ISNA). Saturday 2 February 2013

12 comments:

Jabbar Fazeli, MD said...

How beautiful the city can be minus the pollution!

Mark Pyruz said...

Ah, my favorite time of the year in Tehran.

Anonymous said...

the most beautiful country in the world.last year when i visited my home land after 40 years it was unrecognizable.it is indeed a beautiful country with very loving people and highly educated people.all in less than 33 years,bravo iranians.

B.M.A said...

MAY THE ALMIGHTY BLESS TEHRAN -the world's CHEAPEST CITY TO LIVE IN! capital of the NATION that will bring history's most boisterous empire to its knees!

Anonymous said...

Maybe it can be keep the air clean by importing gasoline & diesel fuel from the USA???
This sounds just like Iran:

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February 1, 2013

NEW YORK--U.S. exports of gasoline to Venezuela climbed to a record high of 85,000 barrels a day in November, data released Friday by the federal Energy Information Administration show.

The volume of gasoline shipped to the South American member of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries was more than double the October level of 39,000 barrels a day and topped the previous record of 68,000 barrels a day set in September. EIA data show the U.S. has been exporting gasoline to Venezuela in nearly every month since December 2011, when the first shipments since March 2003 occurred.

The exports of gasoline come as Venezuela has suffered persist operating problems at some refineries. The country's largest refinery, Amuay, still has recovered only a little more than 50% of capacity since it was shut down after an August accident.

Despite the EIA data, Venezuela's Oil Minister Rafael Ramirez again denied in recent weeks that the nation is importing gasoline. He said on state-run television that Venezuela only imports gasoline additives, such as metyl tertiary butyl ether, and said data showing gasoline imports isn't accurate.

EIA data show that in addition to the gasoline exports, the U.S. has been exporting MTBE to Venezuela since 2005 and shipped 25,000 barrels a day in November, making it the biggest customer for U.S. exports of gasoline additive, ahead of Mexico.

From 1993 until early 2011, the U.S. was a net importer of modest volumes of gasoline from Venezuela.

(you canread the entire article here)

http://online.wsj.com/article/BT-CO-20130201-711315.html

Anonymous said...

What are you trying to say that people were uneducated more than 33 years ago?
Twenty years ago China still was using steam trains and riding on bicycles wearing Moe suits.Look at them now.They have overtaken Iran when 33 years ago we were driving the latest cars and watching color TVs.The countries economy is collapsing the currency is the worst in the world with the most dismal human rights in the world.
Yeah bravo,LOL!

Anonymous said...

hide behind your own web site,you have no guts to post different views other than yourself. don't make comments on my view,if you can post it..

Anonymous said...

out of 33 years,we lost 10 years in war and 500 billions in war damages huge amount of money for a country like iran(economy).so realistically iran has accomplished so much in last 20 years.iran rate of scientific research is 11 times faster the rest of the world according to institute for scientific developments last year.just because you don't like islamic government don't bad mouth and put down and twist the truth and the progress.majority of iranians have voted for this government and this is what they wanted.majority rules,thats democracy, may be you don't like it,but you must respect the majority .its called true democracy.i know you don't post my comments,if it opposes your view,it is okay.this your site, do what ever floats your boat.

Nader Uskowi said...

Anon 5:42 PM and anon 6:05 PM,

Are you guys OK? How did you come to the conclusion that we do not publish comments that do not conform to our viewpoints? Even the authors, let alone the commentators, of this site hold different and sometime opposing viewpoints on the issues facing Iran. However, we don’t publish comments if they constitute personal attack on others or if they use foul language. Now, what did you guys have to say about Tehran? Wasn’t that the subject of this post?

Anonymous said...

if you want progressive and vibrating debate post all comments,you always condemned press t.v as iran propaganda machine,but you stop posting my comments where you need to post it, a day or two later you posted it under another unrelated subject.okay i guess it is your site and you are the web master.i tell you one thing "thank god for press t.v" millions cross the world are watching it today.hope your site get like that some day,but you must post all views not the one you like.

Nader Uskowi said...

What you suggest cannot be done. Blogger does not allow us to publish comments under different posts, we can only publish it or not under the post intended by the writer. And, as said before, we only refuse to publish personal attacks and foul language, which are only a small fraction of the comments we receive. Do you remember which comment of your has been deleted. Post it again and I'll post it if we had not done so by mistake.

Anonymous said...

"thank god for press t.v"


That says a lot about you.