Run over 180 programs in Khuzestan per week inactive defense
The Khuzestan Provincial Director of Passive Defense said: For Passive Defense Week, there are three programs throughout the province.
(NOTE: Dates = Solar Hijri calendar)
Said Fawozi at a press conference on the occasion of Passive Defense Week held today (November 4th) at the Khuzestan Governorate’s office: The Passive Defense Week will be held from November 8 to 14 this year.
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He added that after the victory of the Islamic Revolution, the enemies tried to weaken the country by armed actions, but when they realized that they could not achieve their goal, they sought to weaken the country through unarmed and passive defenses. In year 3, the leader of the revolution also acknowledged that the enemy should be dealt with through passive defense, and in year 3, a decree was issued.
Director-General of Passive Defense Khuzestan Governor, stated that passive defense is a set of unarmed actions, said that these measures would increase deterrence, reduce vulnerability and continuity of activities. Passive defense measures are implemented in peacetime. In passive defense, the enemy uses technological and unarmed methods and also acts through knowledge-based action.
The most important goals of passive defense are to preserve people’s lives, protect critical, critical and important infrastructure of the country, and continue to provide sustainable services. Passive defense is not known to the public; two major incidents in the country made sense of the importance of passive defense, one being the US threat and the second a flood event. After the US threat, it became clear to everyone that the nation’s facilities and infrastructure were safe from cyberattacks. During the war, they bombed important and sensitive sites, but now cyberattacks are being used against important facilities in the country.
“One of the major components of the enemy is discontent and then insecurity,” he said. “The approach of the enemy has changed and today, instead of using weapons, they are disrupting the use of the dollar and the economic system.” This year, about 3 to 5 cyberattacks were carried out by enemies, most of which were repelled. At the moment, economic pressure is one of the most deadly weapons against people’s resistance.
Director-General of Passive Defense of Khuzestan Governorate further said: For Passive Defense Week, there are four programs throughout the province, including two programs in the form of maneuvers, conferences and programs. On Saturday, November 5th, the bell ringing of Passive Defense Week will be played in schools and on Sunday, November 5, a conference on Passive Defense will be held in Ahvaz Governorate. There will also be conferences and programs at the South Oil Company, the Water and Power Authority and the Governments. Biomedical training will also be held in collaboration with the governorate in Dezful.
Fayozi added the importance of passive defense from three leaders who said, “If the authorities do not understand the importance of passive defense, the country is under threat, passive defense is a principle and not a cross-section and it is permanent and passive defense is like protecting the human body.”
He said that in Khuzestan province companies that have important infrastructure pay special attention to passive defense, he said: The difference between crisis management and passive defense is that in passive defense, human factors are involved and are intended to inflict damage to national interests. Natural disasters are involved in crisis management.
General Director of Khuzestan Passive Defense Department stated that we are looking for immunization: We must do our best to be safe from enemy attacks. In European countries, passive defense is about five years old, but in our country it is 5 or 5 years old. Passive defense has sovereign, military, and national status. Our devices are ready for cyberattacks and have done well.
Khuzestan Passive Defense Director-General:
Passive Defense Seeks to Predict and Prevent Enemy Threats
Saeed Fawozi said that passive defense seeks to anticipate and prevent enemy threats: “Passive defense is the use of civilian and intelligent actions.”
Saeed Fawozi today (Saturday, November 5) at a news conference with media associates, describing passive defense week plans: Passive defense means unarmed defense against civilian and technological attacks by enemies, reports the Shabestan News Agency in Ahvaz . .
Khuzestan General Director of Passive Defense announced the passage of Passive Defense Week with the slogan “Passive Defense, Resistance and Deterrence with a Boom in Production” (November 5-7) and added: After the victory of the Islamic Revolution, the enemies are trying to overthrow the Islamic Republic through actions. They were armed and failed to do so.
Noting that the enemy has changed its approach from armed to unarmed, he added: At this time, by the supreme leader’s order, a passive defense was formed to counter the country’s civilian threats.
He stated that passive defense has sovereign, civil and military status: In a better sense it can be said that passive defense is the sum of unarmed actions that increase deterrence, reduce vulnerability, continue activities, promote national sustainability and facilitate crisis management in the face of threats and military action.
Fawozi described the goal of passive defense in peacetime and acknowledged that it would be closed during wartime because it would be a weapon against a weapon.
He explained: Defense means the use of military capability and passive defense means the use of civilian and intelligent actions.
General Director of Khuzestan Passive Defense stated: In passive defense the threats of the enemy are indirect, unarmed, technological and using new equipment and through knowledge-based it is trying to take action against the system and our actions must be technological and knowledge-based. .
He said that the enemy is always trying to damage the infrastructure of the country with cyberattacks: We are ready to deal with any cyberattacks and technology and good things have been done.
Fayozi stated the most important goals of passive defense are protecting the lives of people, safeguarding the vital, sensitive and important infrastructure and infrastructure of the country, as well as sustaining and sustaining popular services.
He criticized that despite the supreme leader’s emphasis on the formation and existence of passive defense, the importance of this defense is still not well known in the country. Put this strategy in our hands.
Khuzestan Passive Defense Director-General stated that the importance of passive defense was seen during the Khuzestan floods and US threats. Failure to strengthen infrastructure and the important role of passive defense in this area.
He pointed out that when the enemy threatened, the security factor of important facilities and infrastructures of the country would rise: in the passive defense of the enemy, instead of using military equipment and bombing, the media and cyberspace would destroy the facilities and infrastructure such as the system. Dispatching uses the Bureau of Electricity and even telecommunications and seeks to create insecurity through public discontent.
Referring to the US Department of Defense, US Department of State and Treasury’s approach to confronting the Islamic Republic of Iran, he said: In line with unarmed threats, the most important enemy threats are the use of cyberattacks.
The official said there were five cyberattacks on major facilities in the country this year, saying: “Some of these attacks were effectively repelled and some were counteracted .”
“Passive defense seeks to anticipate and prevent enemy threats,” he said. “In addition to countering these threats, it is complementary to defensive actions .”
Fawozi announced the holding of 2 inactive defensive programs per week by the provincial executive agencies and said: Of these, five are in the form of maneuvers, training programs and conferences
Referring to the Supreme Leader’s remarks on the importance of passive defense, he said: But the jurisprudents said that if the authorities did not understand the importance of passive defense, the country would be subject to serious harm and threats.
Emphasizing that the diversity of threats is high and not limited to cyberattacks, he announced the establishment of five anti-threat sites, adding: “Cyber, biological, chemical, radiation and economic centers, including those to counter different threats.”
Khuzestan region, Saeed Fawozi today, November 6
Press briefing detailing Passive Defense Week programs, said: This year’s Defense Week will be held from November 8 to 5. This year’s motto is to increase deterrence in the shadow of the epic Hosseini. Defensive week programs include conferences, exercises, seminars, training courses and exhibitions. This year, there will be about two provincial programs for Defense Week, of which 5 are indices.
He added: Passive Defense Organization was formed on the order of the Supreme Leader in 2007 and entered the country’s calendar on November 8. The philosophy of the passive defense organization has been because of military threats, bombings, and so on. Today, after a long time, the enemy has changed its policy and turned to soft war.
Director-General of Passive Defense Khuzestan Province said: Passive Defense Organization has proved its existence. It is a form of peaceful defense against the enemy’s unarmed threats and, in fact, a peaceful defense against new enemy threats. Using a set of unarmed measures to counter enemy threats by increasing deterrence, protecting and promoting national resilience to enemy threats is one of the passive defenses.
“We are now trying to minimize the threat of the enemy,” Fouzi said. What is happening in the enemy cyber system is a new threat that the passive defense organization is trying to minimize. A passive defense organization is a government organization that has a heavy mission in the current situation.
He pointed out that programs are being launched every week to defend the device against threats. Highlights of the week include five seminars, four maneuvers, two training and exhibition classes, and four conferences.
Passive Defense of Khuzestan Province Directorate of Bioterrorism, Maneuvers of GI Epidemic University, Three Maneuvers by Water and Power Organization, Cyber Maneuvers, and a Workshop with Provincial Waterfowl, Emergency Discharge Maneuvers of Incident Travelers Critical situations in cooperation with the Zagros Railway Company and maneuvering oilfields on the subject of subversive actions are among the maneuvers being held in Defense Week.
Fyozi added that the chemical defense maneuver in the special petrochemical area, as well as other petrochemical maneuvers for cyberattacks, the Clare leakage maneuver at the Dezful Afta refinery, and the Manhattan-based explosion-proof audit of public areas and arteries are other maneuvers by the province. Are held differently.
Regarding the training programs that are being held in Defense Week, he said: Holding training course for Roads and Urban Development staff, holding training course for people familiar with the requirements and concepts of passive defense principles by Mahshahr Municipality, holding Passive Defense Training course Abadan municipality and training for Abadan Oil Company staff are among the weekly training programs.
Director-General of Passive Defense of Khuzestan Province stated: Provincial Defense Association of the province holds various meetings on the topic of Passive Defense. Seminar on Renewable Energy at Shahid Chamran University of Ahwaz Governors are among our other programs.
He continued: Some actions are also taking place throughout the province. These include carrying out environmental campaigns, distributing tracts and posters and brochures, using the statements of the Supreme Leader, broadcasting various programs on national media, meeting with the Director-General of Defense, and sending passive defense text messages.
He added: “Economic threats are other adversarial measures to create economic pressure, including measures to control the market and preventive measures.”
Flood 98 and US threats prove the importance of passive defense / repel 300 foreign cyberattacks in 98 / Economic pressure of enemy’s weapon against Iranian nation’s resistance
The Khuzestan Passive Defense Directorate General said: Two important events in the country made the importance of passive defense felt, one was the US threat and the second was the flood.
Saeed Fawozi said this afternoon during a Passive Defense Week news conference with media outlets: Passive Defense Week will be held from November 8 to 14 this year and the slogan of this week is “Non-Defense, Resistance and Deterrence”. , And production boom. ”
He said: For Passive Defense Week, there are four programs across the province, including four in the form of maneuvers and conferences.
Director-General of Passive Defense of Khuzestan Governor added: On Saturday, November 9th, the bell will start ringing in schools and on Sunday, November 9, a conference on Passive Defense will be held in Ahvaz.
Fawozi said: “There will also be conferences and programs at the South Oil Company, the Water and Power Authority and the governorates.” Biomedical training is also being held in Dezful.