1. Zar of Soil - (ZÂR-E KHÂK) Trailer

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    Director: Reza Tofighjoo Producer: Ehsan Rasoulof Camera: Davood Malek-Hosseini & Vahid Ebrahimi Cast: Masoud Amini Tabarani & Keyvan Motamedi Composer: Kiavash Saheb Nasagh Location: Hormuz Island, Persian Gulf, Iran

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    • The Sky in the Eyes of Shams

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      Mrs. Shams is an Iranian pilot. She tells her story from when she resolved to be a pilot until now that her husband is also a pilot. Press TV Documentaries http://www.presstvdoc.com/Default/Detail/13438 Don't forget to visit our website for more fascinating documentaries from PressTV: http://www.presstvdoc.com/

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      • Crimes of the Bahraini Regime

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        Positioned between Iran and Saudi Arabia, Bahrain has been of strategic importance to the West and it’s the only state in the Persian Gulf where a Sunni monarchy rules over a majority of a Shiah majority. Once a British protectorate, it gained independent in 1979 and since then, the ruling al-Khalifa Family has enjoyed close defense ties with Britain. In 2011 and with the arrival of Islamic Awakening in Bahrain, reports of torture, rape, corruption, discrimination and oppression dominated the political landscape in this country. Yet the UK continued to court Bahrain. Since the 2011protests, the UK government has approved over £30 million worth of arms export licenses to Bahrain including assault rifles, pistols and naval guns. In addition to this both the British monarchy and the PM have met with the regime on numerous occasions stating the "UK-Bahrain relationship is a warm, close and longstanding one". Press TV Documentaries

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        • Vets Returning Home Veterans Shelter

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          Appeal video for fundraising and awareness for homeless shelter catering to homeless veterans Producer: Roger Mensah / Endlesscrowds.com Production: VisualRonin Media LLC

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          • North Korea says its nuclear test will be ready "soon" (Second Coming Watch Update #83)

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            North Korea says its nuclear test will be ready "soon". According to Reuters, a senior source with close ties to Pyongyang and Beijing says North Korea has almost completed preparations for a third nuclear test which will draw further international condemnation following a failed rocket launch if it goes ahead. Iran claims it has full control over all operations in the Persian Gulf. According to the Fars News Agency, the Commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guard, Ali Fadavi, stressed that his forces have domination and control over the US Navy ships in the Persian Gulf, and said that the American naval forces need Iran's permission for any move in the regional waters. Mark 13:8: "For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be earthquakes in divers places, and there shall be famines and troubles: these are the beginnings of sorrows." Hindu radicals are using the law to persecute Christians. According to Asia News, even without anti-conversion laws, ultranationalist Hindus have a legal tool to persecute Christians.

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            • Israeli strikes on Syria could lead to larger war; 42 soldiers dead from Israeli strike (SCWU #342)

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              Date: May 7, 2013 By: Daniel Whyte III Description: 1. According to Bloomberg News, Syria threatened retaliation against Israel after an aerial strike on the outskirts of Damascus caused explosions that rocked the capital, increasing the risk of a wider regional conflict. Syria's Deputy Foreign Minister told CNN that the airstrikes were a "declaration of war" and that the government would retaliate in its own time. The country's Information Minister said that Syria would use "any means" to protect its people. Syria has deployed rocket batteries directed toward Israel. In the meantime, Israel has reiterated that the strike was directed against Hezbollah, not the Syrian regime. 2. According to the Associated Press, a group of anti-regime activists citing information from military hospitals said Israel's weekend airstrike on a military complex near the Syrian capital of Damascus killed at least 42 Syrian soldiers. The Syrian government has not released a death toll, but Syrian state media have reported casualties in Sunday's pre-dawn airstrike, Israel's third strike inside Syria so far this year. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said about 150 soldiers are normally stationed in the area that was targeted, but that it was not clear how many were there at the time of the strike. 3. According to Defense Update, a new Pentagon assessment of Iran's military power maintains that in two years time, Iran could flight-test an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of striking the United States, given "sufficient foreign assistance", is provided to Tehran. The new assessment reiterated a longstanding estimate of the U.S. intelligence community. Iran could test such a missile by 2015 with assistance from nations like North Korea, China or Russia. An unclassified portion of the annual report on the military power of Iran also states that Iran is continuing to develop both the "technological capabilities applicable to nuclear weapons" and "ballistic missiles that could be adapted to deliver nuclear weapons." 4. According to Sky News, a new antibiotic-resistant form of gonorrhea could be 'worse than Aids' according to some U.S. doctors. Gonorrhea HO41 was first detected in a female in Japan two years ago and William Smith from the U.S. National Coalition of STD Directors (NCSD) warns that "the potential for disaster is great." He told CNBC, "It's an emergency situation. As time moves on, it's getting more hazardous." The new strain of gonorrhea resists existing drugs and the NCSD has asked the U.S. government for an extra $53 million in funding to prepare. This disease may be a lot worse than Aids in the short run because the bacteria is more aggressive and will affect more people quickly. 5. According to the Associated Press, the U.S. Navy says envoys from 41 nations have gathered in Bahrain to begin anti-mine drills in the Persian Gulf amid efforts by Iran to expand its naval presence there. The U.S.-led exercises, which run through May 30, mark the second major show of maritime cooperation in the Gulf in less than a year. Although the Navy says the drills are not specifically tailored to counter Iranian threats, Iran has previously warned it could block critical Gulf oil routes in retaliation for Western sanctions over Tehran's nuclear program. Iran also has sought to expand its naval capabilities, including plans to launch new submarines. The Bible says in 1 Corinthians 4:5: "Therefore judge nothing before the time, until the Lord come, who both will bring to light the hidden things of darkness, and will make manifest the counsels of the hearts: and then shall every man have praise of God." You can read these stories in more detail and get more prophecy-related news at Second Coming Herald.com.

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              • NATS - Middle East 24

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                Based on real flight data, this animation produced by 422 South for NATS - the UK-based global air traffic management company - shows 24 hours of flight data into, out of and over the increasingly congested Middle East airspace. It shows approximately three thousand flights and is taken from a period spanning 4am to 4am (UAE Time Zone) across the 28th and 29th of November 2013. The region has experienced incredible growth in air traffic over recent years. In fact Dubai has recently overtaken Heathrow as the world's busiest international airport and at its current rate of growth is projected to handle nearly 100 million passengers per year by 2020. Whilst the growth is exciting, the airspace is becoming increasingly congested. Airspace is a critically important structural and economic asset for a country and just like other assets needs careful management to get the most value from it. Airports will only ever be as efficient as the airspace that serves them and the Middle East will undoubtedly need to address the capacity challenge it faces to fulfil its true potential. Find out more on NATS blog at nats.aero/blog/2014/04/time-secure-gulfs-aviation-future/ and on their Middle East website at nats.aero/me.

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                • Why the Church Will be Raptured before the Tribulation (The Prophet Daniel's Report #41)

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                  Signs of His Coming: Netanyahu says a Nuclear Iran Would Choke the World Economy | 'All Hell Breaks Loose' at Jerusalem's Temple Mount as Muslims Clash With Police | Iran Says it Has the Upper-Hand in the Persian Gulf Today, we are at part 2 of a new series titled "The Church and the Tribulation" from John MacArthur's book "The Second Coming of the Lord Jesus Christ." Our subject for today is titled "Why the Church Will be Raptured before the Tribulation". Action Point: Today, we will discuss how to pray in the end times.

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                  • Coast of Arabia

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                    Travelogue of the various landscapes I encountered in Oman, Dubai, and Abu Dhabi. My goal was to capture the startling visual contrasts: from barren to lush, anceint to ultra-modern. I wanted to show some of the lesser-known corners of a region with a complex personality. Winner of Smithsonian Magazine's In Motion travel video contest. http://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/announcing-winners-2014-smithsonian-in-motion-video-contest-180952315/ Shot on Canon 5dmkIII with Magic Lantern Raw. Music: Her Name is Calla "Dreamland" Amon Tobin "Mighty Micro People"

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                    • Persian Gulf: A Historical Truth

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                      Persian Gulf is undeniably among the most important bodies of water in the world and a very important shipping route. With its large reserves of fossil fuel it plays a very if not the most important role in global fuel security. Located in the Middle East, the cradle of civilization, money, and writing, it must perhaps be the first body of water navigated systematically by the grand empires of the ancient times. Since the coastal lands, especially the northern coast, of this gulf have been home to the most powerful empires of all time that date back 3 millennia, Persian Gulf’s name can be frequently found in annals of history and ancient accounts of events. Recently, there have been attempts to hijack the identity of this body of water. In this movie experts and academics from around the world provide the historical truth behind the Persian identity of this Gulf. PRESS TV Documentary

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