Gabriela B
Gabriela B

dear press tv i want to visit iran

Vor 6 Monate
Gabriela B
Gabriela B

who can invite me there

Vor 6 Monate
Shafiur Rahman
Shafiur Rahman

Please Make a Documentary on Rohingya Crisis in Myanmar and along the Bangladesh-Myanmar border. The Burmese government will not let you work on this from their front for sure but you can work on this from the Bangladeshi side and we are always ready to help you with any sort of support you need...

Vor year
Delightful Travellers
Delightful Travellers

Truly love your channel. Keep up the fantastic work and fantastic vids!

Vor year
rkms543
rkms543

Dear Presstv admi,n Is your presstv logo saying earth is flat ?? do you believe in a flat earth theory ??

Vor 2 years
HillDoggy Dogg
HillDoggy Dogg

I used to watch PressTV, I now no longer watch It at all, Iran is not in solidarity with Europe anymore. It is encouraging the Zionist attack and invasion of our nations by migrants, shame on you PressTV, shame. We will fight this invasion at every cost, how would Iran feel if it had a bunch of Arabs flooding it and ordering them to convert to Sunni Wahhabi Islam? How would you feel if all your women and children were raped? How would you feel if included with those migrants were political activist advocating for Persian Genocide, like our left encourage white genocide?

Vor 2 years
Anon Mous
Anon Mous

PC brain dead moron!

Vor 2 years
Mike2020able
Mike2020able

' Will Jews Kill Iran Deal ? '

Vor 3 years
Jay B
Jay B

Iran is the biggest threat to mankind. Iran is the world's largest sponsor of terrorism. Don't believe me? Read this post; the truth will be revealed. For a number of years, the major world powers - The United States, China, France, Germany, Russia, and the United Kingdom (the "P5+1") - followed a two-track policy: encouraging Iran to engage in diplomatic negotiations, while imposing increasingly comprehensive sanctions against Iran’s energy and financial sectors. Both the United States and Israel promoted the imposition of sanctions as well as the search for a diplomatic resolution, while warning that there will be a time limit for these policies, and that “all options” - including military action - remain on the table. On November 23, 2013, after intensive negotiations in Geneva, the P5+1 (the US, UK, China, Russia, France and Germany - with EU facilitation) and Iran announced that they had reached an interim agreement, a Joint Plan of Action, which would put restrictions on Iran’s nuclear program and, in exchange provide Iran with some sanctions relief. The six month agreement was extended in July 2014 for another six months, and again on November 24, 2014. It is now set to expire on July 1, 2015. Iran's nuclear program is clearly intended to develop a nuclear weapons capability. For eighteen years, it was kept secret, even though international assistance would have been available to a civilian program. In 2002, Iran's covert program was exposed. Since then, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has repeatedly said that it cannot consider Iran's nuclear program as civilian. On November 8, 2011 it released a report stating there is "credible" evidence that "Iran has carried out activities relevant to the development of a nuclear device." Each report since then has underscored Iran’s continuing refusal to address the IAEA’s evidence and its refusal to allow IAEA inspectors into the Parchin complex, where evidence shows “strong indicators of possible nuclear weapon development.” The report stated that Iran is engaged in "activities relevant to the development of a nuclear device." These activities include: Research on uranium cores and detonators for nuclear weapons Acquiring nuclear weapons development information and documentation from a clandestine supply network Developing an indigenous nuclear weapons design and testing of the components Computer modeling of nuclear explosions and logistics for nuclear testing Engineering studies to adapt missiles for nuclear warheads The IAEA's May 2013 report noted that Iran had a 182kg stockpile of 20% enriched uranium and 6,357kg of 5% enriched uranium, enough to produce weapons-grade uranium for seven nuclear bombs using the same enrichment technology. Iran continues to install centrifuges at the deep underground, heavily defended Fordow installation, increasing its capability to quickly enrich to weapons-grade. Iran agreed to: Cap further enrichment at 5%; Dilute or convert its stockpile of 20% uranium; Not increase its stockpile of 5% uranium; Not increase its centrifuge capacity to enrich uranium; Stop nuclear-related advances on the Arak facility (whose heavy water reactor could produce plutonium when completed); Allow IAEA inspectors enhanced access to nuclear facilities, uranium mines, and centrifuge manufacturing sites. In return, the P5+1 agreed to: Suspend sanctions on Iran’s petrochemical exports, trade in gold and precious metals, auto industry, and civilian aviation; Not impose new UN Security Council sanctions, or EU nuclear-related sanctions and the U.S. Administration, “acting consistent with the respective roles of the President and the Congress, will refrain from imposing new nuclear-related sanctions” Iran is the "World's Leading State Sponsors of Terrorism" through its financial and operational support for groups such as Hezbollah, Hamas, and others. Iran could potentially share its nuclear technology and know-how with extremist groups hostile to the United States and the West. While Iranian missiles can't yet reach America, Iran having a nuclear weapons capability can potentially directly threaten the United States and its inhabitants. The U.S. Department of Defense reported in April 2012: "With sufficient foreign assistance, Iran may be technically capable of flight-testing an intercontinental ballistic missile by 2015.” Many analysts are also concerned about the possibility of a nuclear weapon arriving in a cargo container at a major US port. Furthermore, a federally mandated commission to study electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attacks noted the vast damage that could be wrought by a single missile with a nuclear warhead, launched from a ship off the US coast, and detonated a couple of hundred miles in the air, high above America. In 2009, Western intelligence agencies discovered, and Iran admitted to, another secret facility that is designed for approximately 3,000 centrifuges to enrich uranium. President Obama commented that the "configuration" of the Fordow facility is "not consistent with a peaceful nuclear program." Three thousand centrifuges are sufficient for producing quantities of highly enriched uranium for nuclear weapons, but not for fuel for nuclear power plants. Iran's President, Hassan Rouhani, has stated and I quote, "The Beautiful Cry of Death to America Unites our Nation." During his campaign, he has repeatedly said and again I quote, "Saying Death to America is easy, we need to express Death to America with action." Those were his exact words in an effort to get elected; however, I do not believe all of a sudden he has changed his mind. Was he lying to the Iranian people to get elected or telling the truth? The current speaker of the Iranian Parliament, Ali Larijani, has also voiced a hatred toward the United States. He stated these exact words, "The time has come for the disappearance of the West from the Universe." Several other leaders in the Iranian government have expressed similar statements. The current leader of Hezbollah, a terrorist organization armed and supported by Iran recently stated, "Our hostility to The Great Satan America is Absolute, Death to America." He further stated, Israel and America are the foremost enemy of Islam. The former President of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, stated on numerous occasions Israel must be wiped off the map. Iran is a country that has two current leaders that state, "We need to kill the Non Muslims and put them to the sword." Iran is a country where anti-American demonstrations are the norm. Russia and China are not too concerned because this fanatical country is not out to kill their innocent people; therefore, Russia and China do not have the same interest at stake. Every IAEA inspector, not one single one will tell you otherwise, that Iran was being deceptive and prevented inspections from be completed. There was a good reason for that and this is why. The reports from the inspectors revealed Iran was not forthcoming and some inspectors out right said they felt they were hiding something. The Iranian government is deceitful and can't be trusted. Why give in to the demands of a country that hates the West, supports terrorism, and is a threat to mankind. It baffles me why any government would agree to extension after extension with the exception of China and Russia who stand to benefit economically since Iran is where China and Russia buy oil from; not to mention plan on expanding business with Iran, bolstering their economy. If Iran showed hatred and wanted to kill the people of Russia and China, the original sanctions would still be in place and in my opinion increased and extension after extension would not be granted. China and Russia are going to try very hard to make things as easy on Iran as possible because they will benefit economically; a "Clear Conflict of Interest." Giving extensions and not taking action will strain US relationships with Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Jordan, Israel as well as numerous other countries. Expect other Middle Eastern countries to want nuclear weapons as well and as a direct result could start a nuclear arms race in the Middle East. Giving extension after extension shows Iran won the battle by holding out, stalling and sweet talking in order to defy the original agreement; however, no one will remember this when Hezbollah gets a "nuclear bomb" compliments of Iran. The Iranian regime denies basic freedoms to Iran's citizens, including freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, freedom of religion, and freedom of the press. The rights of women, religious and ethnic minorities, and political opposition are brutally suppressed. Source of information from this article came from: The Wall Street Journal, CNN, NY Times, ADL (Anti-Defamation League), and The Washington Post.

Vor 3 years
hasan shah
hasan shah

spread hate as much as you can!

Vor 2 years
HillDoggy Dogg
HillDoggy Dogg

No Iran is not the biggest threat. The biggest threat is Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Israel, and the current regimes in the US. Unless Donald Trump wins, which I pray he does, the US will continue funding terrorism abroad. Iran is a stable partner and its army is bravely fighting ISIS and saving the lives of countless Christians in Syria and killing many ISIS terrorists. First of all know your details, if you don't believe me then listen to US Senator Richard Black, he will explain that yes, the US is funding terrorism, he is a friend of "democratically" elected "reformer" Assad, and is grateful to the Russian Federation for their service, he is a brave US patriot, like many in the US government, they have been forced into helping Russia because the Obama admin continues to fund and arm ISIS. There are US generals who travel to Moscow with classified data, and Obama dares not touch them, because the entire US military is in revolt over him.

Vor 2 years
johnfromcork
johnfromcork

I watch Press tv because it is the only channel that gives a clear perspective on world affairs, their reporters are on the ground in conflict torn countries giving real coverage of whats occurring in the moment, that's extraordinary in this age, keep up the good work fromjohn joyce

Vor 4 years
Diamond
Diamond

Excellent channel Press TV. I so wish DE-film would let your news channels post news without being shut down by ziosympathizers. "Free Press TV "

Vor 4 years
Noora Sultan
Noora Sultan

PLEASE UPLOAD 'IN MY MOTHER'S ARMS' DOCUMENTARY!

Vor 5 years
Akil Jetha
Akil Jetha

Hi Whoever is maintainig this Channel is doing a wonderful job without any doubts. A small request i have 116 trailers for which the documentraies are not yet uploaded from Jan 2013, i can also give you the list if required.Thanks

Vor 5 years
waish khan
waish khan

this chennel is without zionism so this is real news chennel

Vor 5 years
ستب سوبر
ستب سوبر

Don't watch this documentaries they are full of lies.

Vor 5 years
Sal.M
Sal.M

hello i was just wondering when the Eritrea documentary was going to air! I'm very excited to watch it and don't want to miss it!

Vor 6 years
Pirouz Ebadypour
Pirouz Ebadypour

Promises and Betrayals

Vor 6 years