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Huat Zai

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  1. https://www.instagram.com/p/C7EossGywkq/ @ManOfTheHour @noobmaster @classyNfabulous @CannotTahanLiao @canot_lidat_lah @ExTreMisTxxx @pigpigoink @coffeenut
  2. lol if you rewatch a lot of anime now, you'll be stun like vegetable. The whole story of Evangelion was based on Gnosticism, Full metal alchemist has some real elements of alchemy in it (though most of it is anyhow), there was even an anime (can't remember the name now, it was bad..) that did part of LBRP as a spell.
  3. Are you using an ad blocker plugin? Had issues with some of the graphics on this site when my blocker was on, same jump jump thingy. Issue went away after I whitelist mugen.
  4. Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and the country's foreign minister, Hossein Amir Abdollahian, were declared dead Monday in a helicopter crash, Iranian state media reported. There were other senior officials on the helicopter, though no survivors had been found at the site of the crash as of 8 a.m. local time, according to the state-run Islamic Republic News Agency. Earlier, IRNA reported that the president of the Iranian Red Crescent Society confirmed that rescue and search teams had identified Raisi's crashed helicopter. The aircraft carrying Raisi, Amir Abdollahian and other senior officials went down in a mountainous part of northwestern Iran as they returned from an event along Iran's border with Azerbaijan. On Sunday, Iran's Interior Minister, Ahmad Vahidi, confirmed the "hard landing" of the president's helicopter and said the search-and-rescue operation is underway, according to IRNA. "Various rescue groups are moving towards the site, but due to the fog and bad weather, it may take time to reach the area. The work is under control," Vahidi said. "There have been contacts with [the president's] companions, but given that the area is mountainous and it is difficult to establish contacts, we hope that the rescue teams will reach the site of the incident sooner and give us more information," he added. IRNA reported that two passengers on the flight had communicated with rescue workers. In this photo provided by Moj News Agency, rescue teams are seen near the site of the incident of the helicopter carrying Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi in Varzaghan in northwestern Iran, Sunday. Azin Haghighi/AP Rescue teams searched intensely for the helicopter Twenty rescue teams, including drones and dogs, had been sent to the scene, and the Iranian military had also deployed troops to assist in the rescue effort, IRNA added. The Fars News Agency posted what it said was video footage of rescue teams that had been dispatched to the area of the helicopter's "hard landing." Earlier in the day, the Iranian government's X account posted an image of Raisi seated next to Azerbaijan's president, Ilham Aliyev, at the opening of a dam along the border between the two countries. A post on Raisi's Instagram page asked supporters to pray for his health and that of his fellow passengers. Iran's supreme leader, Ali Khamenei, said in a post on X: "We hope Almighty God will return the respected, esteemed President and his entourage to the arms of the nation." Khamenei added that the government would continue functioning amid the ongoing situation. Raisi was elected in 2021 and is a relative hard-liner A former cleric and judge, Raisi was elected president in 2021. When he came into office, Raisi said Iran would continue to honor its nuclear deal with the U.S., despite former President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of the agreement in 2018. Still, Raisi has been viewed as more of a hard-liner than his predecessor, former Iranian president Hassan Rouhani. Last month, Raisi celebrated Iran's attack on Israel following an airstrike in Damascus that killed seven members of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. Iran blamed Israel for the bombing, but Israel never claimed responsibility. Israel said it intercepted 99% of the missiles and drones Iran fired during its retaliatory strike. Iran's president is the head of its government, but the country is ruled by Khamenei, its supreme leader. Iran's supreme leader sets national policies and supervises their implementation and also controls the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and police force, according to the Council on Foreign Relations. Iran's constitution dictates that if the president dies while in office, the first vice president takes over with the approval of the country's supreme leader, Reuters reported. A new election must then be held within 50 days. https://www.npr.org/2024/05/19/1252364122/iranian-president-ebrahim-raisi-helicopter
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