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You may not like the guy for many reasons but one thing is that what he said 25 years ago in this video is what he is still saying today.



I’m not sure whether I'm for or against Donald Trump; I'm only forwarding an interesting video. His confrontational mannerisms turn many people off, but if you can get past his arrogant bluster, much of what he says makes sense. Apparently it also did 25 years ago.

It's interesting that he was saying all the same things then! Maybe he would be a breath of fresh air in The White House!

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Obama will Gipfeltreffen mit Putin absagen

State Department negotiating Iran sanction waiver

Forderungen von Israel und USA an Irans Wahlsieger Ruhani

June 13, 2013: Iranians chant anti-regime slogans at football match

June 13, 2013 - Election update: Wealthy Los Angeles landlord pulls out from regime elections.


Rafsanjani would reclaim the presidency to finish a Persian bomb


Kavous Pirouzi Pahlavan - EXIT FREEDOM 




"  Der Westen brüskiert Iran "

Mit offenen Karten - Neuigkeiten aus dem Iran

"Ahmadinedschad, Sie haben kein Recht mehr zu reden!"


The world’s highest resolution image released

Persian Prince Reza Pahlavi, The Hague,   May 2012 - Video: Persian Dutch Network 







NIAC Loses Defamation Suit




Zia Atabay interviews Shahbanou Farah Pahlavi

Founding fathers - Reza Shah the Great & Ataturk


Freedom is not free  Defeating Islamist Iran


Eindrücke und Erkenntnisse von einer Reise in den Iran

Land der Liebe

Russlands Militär übt für möglichen US-Angriff auf Iran

   Fromme in Frieden   Drohender Kriegsschauplatz Iran

Persecution of christians in iran

IRAN Journey to the End of the Earth Documentary by David Adams

Don't Tell My Mother i'm in Iran

IRAN Documentary Yesterday and Today : Rick Steves




Prof. Vahid Sandoghdar


Jimmy Carter's failure... 32 years after

News from FDI: Ahmadinejad coming to New York

Timmerman/Newsmax: Bin Laden in Iran, Documentary Claims

EDITORIAL: Government Motors repayment fraud


My grandfather, Ostaad Shojaeddin Shafa

Sexual harassment lawsuit filed against Voice of America

Obama's Interview over the Islam

News from the Foundation for Democracy in Iran

Obama and Hugo Chavez

Veranstaltung-Mina Ahadi-Bremen

Changing of the Guards: Iran’s Supreme

Leader Struggles to Control Military

By Ali Alfoneh

Spiegel-Gespräch mit Prinz Reza Pahlavi

Seite 124

Seite 125

Former Def. Minister: Israel Will Attack Iran by Nov

Prince R.Pahlavi -Press Conference Bonn-damage of the Human rights in Iran-Part I

Prince R.Pahlavi -Press Conference Bonn-damage of the Human rights in Iran -Part II

NY Persian Parade 2010


Timmerman/Washington Times: Human Rights Emergency in Iran

What in the World will he come up with next!!!


Israel is the heart of our civilization, not the appendix

Broadcasting body calls on Iran to stop jamming

Nowruz Declared as National Holiday in Georgia


Iran Philatelic Reference

Pahlavi Dynasty

Volume 1

1924 - 1941


Persiphila - Iran Philatelic Reference


Victims of Islamist 'Lawfare' Fight Back

Persian Gulf Symphony


This is so beautiful!  It is definitely worth listening to.

Please be patient for a couple of minutes until the singing starts,

and then you will fly!                    

Terrorist Mullahs and INTERPOL

Arrest of Iranian Kurdish dissident and human rights activist

March 6, 2010: Interpol issues "red notice" against Iranian broadcaster in Los Angeles.



Syria's Strategic Ties to the Islamic Republic:

 Diplomacy in the Post-Iraq/Post-Peace Process Middle East

Who is Rashad Hussain?

Iran, Beacon of Libert ?,By Reuei Gerecht


Ensnared Iran Opposition Leader Alleges U.S. Ties

Washington National Cathedral, To whom it may concern

Iran's Green Activists Urge Strategy Change After 11 Feb

What Richard Cohen got wrong about my Iran views

Iranian Regime Arrests Top Sunni Militant Leader


Lets hear Trita Parsi once again, please watch the attached you tube and judge for yourselves. Today on his TV interview with Mr. Forozzandeh on Andisheh TV he stated that NIAC has tried to show Human Rights abuses in Iran over the years!!!!! Another misrepresentation of NIAC. Mr. Parsi, is this not you saying you and NIAC have no expertise on the issue of Human Rights???? So how is it that now that the tides are turning and "REGIME CHANGE" is closer than ever for the Iranian people you are all of a sudden a huge Human Rights advocate??? It is OK if you come out and say you guys took the wrong route and are ready to stand up for the Iranian people in their quest for "REGIME CHANGE, SECULARISM AND  DEMOCRACY" today, then maybe the Iranian community could be more tolerable towards you and your organization. However, when you talk with two voices on the issue of Human Rights in a matter of two years interval it leaves no respect for you nor NIAC and it just proves that you are not standing with the Iranian people but for your own personal agenda.

We respect Mr. Daii for standing up to you and NIAC and wish him luck proving his case. We support him all the way.

Roxanne Ganji


Click here: YouTube :   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_EthZoSTvQ

Reza Pahlavi Time to be UNITED to Free Iran

Iran's Secret Meeting With Israel

In Commemoration of Iranian Women’s Emancipation

Sickening Sell-Outs!

60 Senators Throw U.S. Economy Under The Bus...
Your Portfolio's Next

Hamas 2010 budget mainly 'foreign aid' from Iran

Israelis Fear Obama 'Weak' on Iran Sanctions

The Whole world Needs A Leader Like This

Iranian student protester Neda Soltan is Times Person of the Year

Spiegel ab 1979 bis 2009

Bloody Weekend Looms as Iran Opposition Protests

My Dear;


It's Another New Year.


  It is not just the dawn of a new day,


It's a whole new beginning

Of new hopes and dreams to achieve

And live every moment with love and peace   

I hope the New Year brings you all the happiness

With Loads of Good Wishes

For our Near and Dear 



 The Honorable Prime Minister of United Kingdom,Subject: Protestation

The Honorable Nicolas Sarkozy,President of France

ANIMALS SPEAKING FARSI - صدای حیوانات به فارسی

21 Azar - liberation of Iranian Azarbaijan

Iranians flee human rights abuses - 10 Dec 09

Moussavi the Mass Murderer - موسوی يک قاتل زنجيره ای


TIME:June 19th, 2009 ·

Profit from Obama's Anti-Reagan Policies

Pictures from London



رفتارهاي مخرب مغز:

This is a very beautiful song and it touched my heart and I want to share it with my dear friends.... Enjoy


Empty City, with written words شهر خالي

http://www.youtube. com/watch?v=Dt_k5P7wF1o&feature=player_embedded

Video Showing Singer




Islamic Police in Action at City of Yazd - Iran

Aljazeera - Dec 10 2009 - Amnesty condemns Iranian rights abuses

Iranian Student Demonstrations Confound Regime

Ponder = Nachdenken = فکر کردن

Eli Mischler:Ich wuensche dir Zeit = پيشکش زمان

Brief comments regarding the release of British sailors: Mehrdad Khonsari’s interview with BBC Radio – 2 December 2009

Muhammad Sahimi backs Trita Parsi who has supported the agenda of the anti-Iranian mullah regime that has tortured and murdered many Iranians. Shame on these apologists for the despotic Khomeinist regime.

Burma Shave with the Statler Brothers


You may need to watch it twice; once to watch the Burma shave signs change and once to catch all the pictures plus listening to the music of the Statler Brothers.  THIS IS REALLY GREAT.

I am only sending this to my 'older friends' because most folks under 50 would have no idea what I am talking about.. 'Too bad they missed it!'


Slide Show of Weaponry Found on The 'Francop' 5 Nov 2009

U.S. Acting in Iran’s Interest, Opposition Leader Says

Solidarity with Iranian Students December 7th 2009

Picture of Farah Deebaa Pahlavi on the design of  a hotel in Stockholm

This is SHAM,

Cleric Wields Religion to Challenge Iran’s Theocracy

Supporters of Anti-Iranian Mullah Regime

Crown Prince Reza Pahlavi in exile:

The killer of Neda بسيجي عباس كارگر جاويد قاتل ندا آقا سلطان

" I can't sit and say nothing as Iran suffers "

Saudis 'to keep up Houthi campaign'

Regime Change or Liberation of Iran?


30 Years After Hostage Crisis: Iranian Revolutionaries, and Their Kids, Switch Sides

ايران ومجازات اسلاميIran and Islams Retribution

Who Leaked to Iran?


Debacle in Moscow : By Charles Krauthammer-The Washington Post,Friday, October 16, 2009

Thousands of people are injustly arrested, tortured, raped, and possibly even executed in Iran. Many of these victims are only minors. We must stop these injustices. Think of your own daughters, sons, brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers, friends, etc and ask yourself if it were them, or better yet if it were you, would you not want someone to help? Please sign petitions and act loudly against such acts. We accomplish so many things peacefully. We must all join in an stop this injustice done to our fellow humans. The song is called "Coma" and it is by Buckethead feat. Azam Ali and Serj Tankian

Iran Ordered to Pay $310 Million to U.S. Embassy Bombing Victim.pdf

Announcing “Radical Islam’s Threat to America”
A FREE Webcast Conference

by Brigitte Gabriel

Nobel Peace Prize: Wath crime did I commit !

Our Laureate: Neda of Iran:President Obama has won the Nobel Prize for Peace -- but that's not his fault.

How to Win the Nobel Peace Prize In 12 Days????


Westens Verrat an iranisches Volk

For everyone who work daily on a computer. The mistakes daily mouse and keyboard usage will result in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome! Use the mouse and keyboard correctly. View below for the surgery of a patient suffering from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome followed by the

Report Says Iran Has Data to Make a Nuclear Bomb

UK  Daily Telegraph: Reza Pahlavi

Broad Coalition Calls for Action on Iran

Wahlen in Deutschland! was wählen die Menschen, die aus Iran stammen?

Ahmadinedschads Hetze räumt UN-Versammlung

Mobile Human Rights Billboards Confront Ahmadinejad in New York



Ahmadinejad Holocaust jibe

The Islamic Republic Compassion

Just anpother American Hit Man Living in Iran

Book says US spies pump Dubai visa applicants for intel

Deadlt Fatwa-Iran's 1988 Prison Massacre

Pakistan Shared Bomb Materials With Iran

Story of Ms. Homaily, Torture and Rape in Prison of Islamic Regime

Obama's olive branch to Iran

Obama send second Letter to Khamenei

Ahmadinejad's Imam: Islam Allows Raping, Torturing Prisoners

They forced me to write down all the people I'd had sex with The Observers (Eng. Subtitle)

Rape in Iranian prisons - with English subtitle (Part 1)-Azat Al-Kaman-Nina Aghadam(Mostear)

Rape in prisons of Iran, 2nd witness-Katayoun Azari

Iran: CNN محمود (تیرخلاص زن) مسخره دنیا

FBI arrested Hassan Nemazee Chairman of Nemazee capital for 74 million dollar fraud loan from Citi Bank. 

Nemazee known as a powerful lobbyist for Islamic Republic and a fund raiser for Democratic Party, he contributed half a million dollars to President Obama's campaign last year.



Ali Kimiai 


Shortwave Radio Can Free Iran

by Dr. Arash Irandoost

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In reaction to the Islamic Republic's media crackdown, I have been discussing the merits of establishing shortwave radio broadcasting with media experts and those interested in over throwing the Islamic dictatorship of Iran. The idea has received wide acceptance as a viable tool. I have decided to share it with the people of the world and ask for input and financial support, as they have been most generous and supportive allies of this pro-
Establishing reliable communications between Iran and the people of the world is essential.
democracy movement. Many world leaders and international organizations, on the other hand, have been absent and silent.

The Islamic Republic has systematically attempted to cut off communication links, in order to accomplish its inhumane and bloody massacre of the peaceful demonstrators who, within the confines of the ever-restrictive Islamic Republic's laws, rose up and demanded an accurate vote count. Thus, establishing reliable communications between Iran and the people of the world is essential and of utmost urgency. 

I applaud Senators McCain, Graham, Liebermann, McCotter, and many others, for taking the leadership and speaking up in support of the Iranian people in their determination to establish Internet communication between the pro-democracy demonstrators and the people of the world.. A discussion of the prevailing communications situation in Iran will help us focus our energies and resources where it is most effective and does the most good. 


International reporters being absent, the majority of Iranians get their news from the state-run media, which is directly controlled by the Ahmadinejad camp. Doctored pictures of missiles, fighter jets and exaggerated crowds during Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's speeches should give the reader an idea of the type and quality of manipulated information Iranians are exposed to by the mullahs every day. 


Internet communications is under the ultimate control of the Islamic Republic as well, no thanks to companies like Nokia. The regime can easily cut it off, limit access, decrease bandwidth, and use it as a spying and surveillance tool to identify and arrest pro-democracy youth activists. Compared to the United States and many other developed countries, access to the Internet is in its early stages, and the majority use dial-up modems to access news and information. Not to mention that many Iranians do not speak the English language or other foreign languages, and cannot realize the full benefits the Internet offers. 


Twenty or so Farsi satellite television stations broadcast to Iran from the United States (Los Angeles and Washington), Canada and Europe. Many of these stations are directly or indirectly funded by the regime. Only a handful of the publicly supported opposition television stations are actively fighting the regime, but with major obstacles. The regime has successfully been able to shut down, jam or interrupt their programming and broadcasts to Iran at critical times such as these. Statistics are not readily available or reliable, however, very few Iranians own satellite receivers due to the expense and illegality of ownership - it is a crime and thus subject to severe punishment. Reports and pictures from Iran show that the regime is using helicopters to locate satellite dishes on the rooftops, and is actively engaged in collecting and destroying them; again, to limit access to information and news. 


Much to the dislike of the ayatollahs, another mode of communication that Iranians have successfully utilized to receive information and send their messages, along with horrible pictures of killings, beatings and mass demonstrations, has been cellular phones. Here again, telecommunications is state run and, as mentioned earlier, thanks to companies such as Nokia and Siemens the regime has had the upper hand. 


Realizing the limitations of the aforementioned telecommunication technologies, we might have overlooked the efficacy of the shortwave radio broadcast. It has merit and deserves a closer look.


Shortwave possesses a number of advantages over newer technologies:


  • The difficulty in censoring programming by authorities and arresting listeners: unlike the Internet and cell phones, mullahs cannot monitor which stations (sites) are being listened to (accessed).




  • Low-cost shortwave radios are widely available in Iran.




  • Many newer shortwave receivers are portable and can be battery operated, making them useful in difficult circumstances. Newer technology includes hand-cranked radios which provide power for a short time.




  • Shortwave radios can be used in situations where Internet or satellite technology is unavailable, unaffordable or illegal.




  • Shortwave radio travels much farther than broadcast FM (88-108 MHz). Shortwave broadcasts can be easily transmitted over a distance of several thousand kilometers; i.e., from one continent to another, especially at night.  


Despite its vast natural resources, Iran is still a Third World country. However, almost all Iranians own radios and use them regularly to get their news and entertainment. Radios are not illegal and almost all automobiles are equipped with a shortwave band. Shopkeepers, housewives, taxi drivers, street vendors and factory workers listen to the radio on a regular basis. The radios are also very cheap, thanks to Chinese and Korean imports. It is
Khomeini successfully used shortwave broadcasts from France.
noteworthy that Khomeini successfully used shortwave broadcasts from France for almost a year, broadcasting his propaganda against the Shah and preparing the people for uprising prior to the revolution of 1979. 


By establishing a reliable shortwave broadcast, the opposition groups outside of Iran will gain a formidable tool to transmit their information and messages of support, encouragement all over Iran. They will more effectively mobilize the entire nation, not just the Tehran residents, to rise up against this tyrannical and brutal regime. 


The estimated cost for such a system varies, but I am informed by many experts that a functional system for a two-hour daily broadcast, with an editing and sound room, can be set up for around $500,000. This is a small price to pay to free a peace- and freedom-loving nation that has been held hostage by a ruthless, medieval and barbaric regime.


Will you help this civilized nation rise up from the ashes and the darkest period in its 7,000-year history, to join the ranks of democratic, civilized and freedom-loving states?

Rape in prisons of Iran, 2nd witness

A Conversation with Gene Sharp صحبتی با جین شارپ About Iran after Ellection

Britain: what happens when islam start to take over?!

Iran's Supreme Leader Dismisses Obama Overtures

Shah of Iran on Persian Gulf, and American Jewish Lobby

United Against Nuclear IRAN

Obama's Dark Past

Two months after Coup-دو ماه پس از کودتای ننگين 22 خرداد

Some of injured and murdered Iranian yong persons after ellection through Mullah Regime in Iran






Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Where's Jimmy?


Thursday, August 6, 2009

Where's Jimmy? A past president goes silent on his Iran legacy

By Sheda Vasseghi

"Where is Jimmy?" Has anyone seen or heard from Jimmy Carter while the Islamic Republic regime in Iran and its thugs brutally beat, torture, and murder civilians on a daily basis? After all it was Carter carrying his human rights banner who turned his back on the late Shah when the country was suddenly overrun by Islamic militants in cahoots with the leftists.

During an interview, Carter said, "…when the Shah came here to visit in November of 1977, my first year in office, I knew that he had been an intimate friend of six presidents before me and a staunch ally that provided stability in that region of the world. But I knew also that SAVAK, his secret military service, had attacked some student demonstrators…."

So in 1979, without understanding the dynamics of a complex and ancient country such as Iran in a volatile region, Iran's unprecedented social and political achievements in just a few short decades despite overwhelming internal and external obstacles, and the fundamentals of Islamic political philosophy, Carter rejoiced at the coming of "His Holiness" the Ayatollah Khomeini and his Islamic Revolution because he believed the Islamists would bring instant democracy.


In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act! --George Orwell

 Islamic Republic cannot be Reformed! Regime Change is the only option!


Jimmy Carter Created Islamic Iran, Why Isn't He Speaking out Against its Abuses ?


Iran: 115 executions since elections

Folter in Irans Gefängnissen

Sarbaz Twitter


He recognizes Ahmadinejad's as "ELECTED PRESIDENT" !!!!


To Stand up for the Right, Needs Courage & Backbone!

The People of Iran will Never Forget their Friends!


Pictures Talks



Subject: Please sign the petition to deny Ahmadinejad entry to US and UN

  •  Ahmadinejad is Not our President



madinejad the visa to attend the upcoming UN General Assembly in New York- please sign

1- President Obama and his administration should decisively side with the people of Iran and deny Ahmadinejad (or any other Islamic Republic delegations for that matter) the right to obtain an entry visa to the United States for the purpose of “representing” the Iranian nation during the 64th United Nations General Assembly on September 15, 2009. 2- Neither Ahmadinejad nor any of the members of his cabinet have any legitimacy to be recognized as the president or be regarded as the representatives of the Iranian nation. 3- This is the least the civilized world can do for the Iranian people during these decisive times.



Ken Timmerman

Iranian Opposition Leader Shunned by Voice of America

Monday, July 27, 2009 3:33 PM

In an apparent bow to the Obama administration’s policy of engaging the Iran regardless of its brutal crackdown on the pro-democracy movement, the Voice of America refused to air an interview with an opposition leader who returned to Iran in early July to take part in anti-regime demonstrations.


The leader risked his life to add his voice to the resistance in Iran, only to be shunned by the VOA, who stated that they were worried about legal issues, because the dissident had crossed Iran’s borders illegally.


Roozbeh Farahanipour, 37, was jailed and tortured by the Islamic Republic authorities 10 years ago for his role in leading the July 1999 student uprising at Tehran University. Since escaping Iran in late 2001, he has lived as a political refugee in the United States.


Farahanipour returned to Iran in early July to coordinate protests across Iran to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the 1999 uprising.

Newsmax spoke to him while he was in Iran by satellite phone.

Read “Anniversary Protests Defy Regime.”

Voice of America’s Persian Service called Farahanipour’s satellite phone several times while he was in Iran to set up an interview, but editors told the reporter the next day they could not air it.

“They put my security at risk for half a day before actually doing the interview,” Farahanipour told Newsmax recently. “Then editors said they couldn’t air the interview because I had entered Iran clandestinely.”

Sources close to Farahanipour told Newsmax they believe the security breach caused by the VOA led Islamic Republic intelligence agents to a safe house where he spent a day while in Iran.

The raid on the safe house was announced with great fanfare last week by the intelligence services.

Ironically, given his treatment by Voice of America, the Islamic Republic News Agency called Farahanipour “an agent of the United States,” and boasted of the success of the intelligence services and the police in tracking down and arresting his supporters.

This is not the first time that the VOA has tried to silence critics of the Islamic Republic.

As Newsmax reported last month, VOA Persian Service editors refused to allow regular commentator Mohsen Sazegara to give advice on air that might help demonstrators to be more effective in resisting the regime’s intelligence forces.

Sazegara was a founder of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps who was jailed and tortured after he went into opposition against the regime in 1990s.

Read “Key Iranian Dissident Riled at Obama's Approach.”

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Shame on the Pakistan's Government-
Benazir Bhutto would have been ashamed of you for appeasing the mullahs!

Dear Iranian Compatriots,
Please call any Pakistani embassy and express your outrage!


London: July 24, 2009. (PCP report) In a desperate attempt to crush demonstrations in Iran, the Islamic Republic of Iran has decided to hang three more Baloch political activists who are charged of the imaginary allegations of corrupting the earth and fighting God, a mysterious allegation that can be interpreted according to the desires of the Islamic judges of Iran to include everybody who seeks any kind of justice, fairness and freedom.....

At the same time, the government of Pakistan extradited one Baluch that was in the prison for some time to the Iranian regime, knowing that he will be tortured and executed as the cases of some other prisoners have proved. The Pakistan governments under Musharaf extradited a group of Baluch opposition to the governments of Iran and all of them were tortured and executed later. This is clearly against the UN conventions and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Nobody must be extradited to his country of origin if his life becomes in danger. ....

The Baluch people are Sunnis and they have been subjected to different discriminatory policies. Baluchistan has the highest poverty rate and according to all international and United Nations researches, is the poorest province of Iran. According to official figures poverty rate in Baluchistan is over 76 percent. The Baluch students are not admitted into universities on an equal basis and on their merits. While the Islamic Republic of Iran has given more than a million scholarships to Iranian students to study abroad or the top Iranian universities, only three Baluch students have been awarded scholarships.


Plane hits wall at Iranian airport, killing 17

Plane crash in Mashad July 24 2009 (17 Tote bei Flugzeugunglück im Iran)


McCotter on Iran's Khamenei: Your Referendum Has Been Held and You Have Failed Your Test

Islamist Regime Checkmate By Neda Generation On July 17, Friday Prayer VOA Senator Graham

Israeli navy in Suez Canal prepares for potential attack on Iran



Reza Pahlavi Time to be united to free Iran


Anti-Mullahs Cartoon in Arab Press

Cartoonist draws global attention: the Star.com

Protests resume as Iranians defy crackdown threat: the Star.com

folterwerkzeuge aus germany-فروش لوازم شکنجه به رژیم

A criminal like Mir-Hossein Mousavi is NOT our leader!.

Jimmy Carter behind anglo CIA conspiracy in Iran which installed Khomeini and the Mullahs

Those who say “NO FLAG” at Iranian protests either don’t understand the importance of the Iranian flag, or they have believed the propaganda of the Stalinists and Khomeinists against the flag, or they have surrendered to the intimidation of the Islamic republic.

 The Sun and Lion Iranian flag is the only legitimate flag, and it does not represent any one political group. This flag is accepted by supporters of the Republic form of government and the Constitutional Monarchy form of government. The Sun and Lion have been part of Iranian culture for thousands of years. The flag is the symbol of Iran and the symbol of opposition to the anti-Iranian mullah regime.

 The flag of the Islamic republic was invented by terrorist Khomeini’s Hezbollahi cohorts, and it has no historical legitimacy.

 Any protest that opposes the Iranian Sun and Lion flag is supporting the Stalinist and Khomeinist campaign against the legitimate flag of Iran .


Anniversary Protests Defy Iranian Regime

Friday, July 10, 2009 8:25 AM

By: Kenneth R. Timmerman    Article Font Size  

Protests on Thursday commemorating the 10th anniversary of the student uprising at Tehran University in 1999 drew multitudes of demonstrators in at least nine cities across Iran, in open defiance of regime security forces.

The regime put on a tough front on the eve of the protests, declaring it would quash with violence any efforts to hold unauthorized demonstrations, even if they were nonviolent.

The head of the national police, Esmail Ahmadi-Moghaddam, said on Wednesday he had received no requests for any protests on Thursday, and that any illegal gathering would be strongly confronted by police.

Police used tear gas and fired into the air to disperse anti-regime protestors who gathered near Tehran University on Thursday.

There were several unconfirmed reports of protestors being shot in Tehran by regime-controlled basij militiamen.

“The slogans being chanted today were much more radical than before,” said Roozbeh Farahanipour, a leader of the 1999 student protests who returned clandestinely to Iran earlier this week to spearhead Thursday’s nationwide protest movement.

Read more about this: “Op
position Leader Returns to Iran to Lead Protests.”

What we were hearing were slogans such as ‘Down with the Islamic Republic,’ 'No to Mousavi, No to Ahmadi [nejad],’ ‘Death to Khamenei,’ ‘Death to the dictator,’” Farahanipour told Newsmax on Thursday from inside Iran.

Protestors also chanted slogans against Mojtaba Khamenei, the powerful son of the supreme leader, who has been identified in recent days as the guiding force behind this latest security crackdown and an heir apparent to his father’s position as the ultimate ruler of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

“Mousavi asked people to go to mosques today to pray for reform of the regime,” Farahanipour said. “We called for people to go to the streets.”

In Tehran, amateur videos showed protests in several parts of the capital, where demonstrators blocked streets with honking cars and defied anti-riot troops.

Protests also erupted against the regime in at least eight cities in addition to Tehran, including Isfahan, Tabriz, Shiraz, and Mashhad, according to wire reports and Iranian bloggers on the scene.

Farahanipour said that his ability to enter Iran, and move from city to city, while using a variety of public communication devices, showed “the weakness of the regime, its intelligence services, and its border security.”

On Wednesday night, he gave a live interview to a Los Angeles-based television network from an undisclosed location inside Iran, which then transmitted his words back into Iran.

No other opposition leader before Farahanipour has dared return to Iran to lead protests.

The son of the former shah, Reza Pahlavi, spoke to reporters in Paris on Thursday, and called for international support of the pro-democracy movement. But sources close to Pahlavi told Newsmax that he had no plans to return to Iran anytime soon.

To frustrate the protests, the regime cut off cell phone coverage in Tehran, and decreed a two-day holiday, ostensibly for health reasons.

In recent months, the Revolutionary Guards have built an enormous cell phone tower at Milad, north of Tehran, where they have installed jamming devices to prevent satellite communications from reaching Iran from overseas.

Photographs of the jamming devices were released on Thursday by the Foundation for Democracy in Iran, www.iran.org.

Original source: http://www.newsmax.com/timmerman/iran_protests/2009/07/10/234043.html


Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) Delivers Weekly GOP Address On July 4th And The Iranian Protests


Demonstration an Donnerstag den

 09-07-2009..   =  18 Tir Maho...ab 16.30-

bis 19.00 Uhr....Römerplatz  in Franfurt    ,,

 für die Solidarität mit Persischen

Volk in Iran...
..Union der persischn Studenten..

Here's a quote from a government employee who witnessed a recent 
interaction between an elderly woman and an antiwar protester in a
 Metro station in DC: "There were protesters on the train platform handing
 out pamphlets on the evils of America. I politely declined to take one.
  An elderly woman was behind me getting off the escalator and a
  young (20ish) female protester offered her a pamphlet, which she
  politely declined."  The young protester put her hand on the old
  woman's shoulder as a gesture of friendship and in a very soft voice
  said, 'Lady, don't you care about the children of Iraq?'
 The old woman looked up at her and said, '
  Honey, my father died in France during World War II, I lost my
  husband in Korea, and a son in Vietnam. All three died so you could have the
 right to stand here and bad mouth our country. If you touch me again. I'll
 stick this umbrella up your ass and open it. ' "
        ~God Bless America~ & Grandmas




Iran: Scharfschützen töten junge Frau


Ein Handyvideo zeigt angeblich den Tod der jungen Iranerin Neda.

Wieder Einsturz in Köln
Diesmal erwischt es eine Straße

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Sterbende Neda gibt Aufstand im Iran ein Gesicht


Nur 40 Sekunden dauert der Handyfilm, der den Tod der jungen Iranerin Neda zeigt. Sie soll angeblich in Teheran von einem Scharfschützen erschossen worden sein. Das Video verbreitet sich rasend schnell. Auch wenn nicht mit letzter Gewissheit verifizierbar ist, ob dieser Videofilm echt ist – Neda wird zu einer Ikone des Widerstandes.

Eine iranisches Mädchen namens Neda stirbt in der Nähe des Revolutionsplatzes im Zentrum von Teheran. Sie verblutet nach einem Schuss in die Brust auf der Straße. Versuche von Freunden, ihre Blutung zu stillen, scheitern.

Fotogalerie: Sterbende Neda

Nur 40 Sekunden dauert das Video, das den Tod der jungen Iranerin Neda zeigt. Es könnte aus ihr eine Märtyrerin machen.


Ein Mann schreit: „Bleib bei mir, Neda! Hab keine Angst.“ Ungläubig blickt die junge Frau in die Handy-Kamera. Blut tritt aus Mund und Nase, ihre Augen verlieren ihren Halt, sie gleiten ab in eine bewusstlose Trübe. Neda stirbt.

Der kurze verwackelte Handy-Film von 40 Sekunden erreicht die Welt per YouTube und Twitter. So könnte Neda zum Symbol des Widerstands, vielleicht sogar zur Märtyrerin werden. Sie gibt dem verzweifelten Aufbäumen des iranischen Widerstands ein Gesicht, einen Namen. Neda steht für zweierlei: Den Widerstand gegen die Unterdrückung durch die iranische Machtelite und für die Brutalität des Mullah-Regimes, mit der es friedliche Demonstranten zusammenprügeln und zusammenschießen lässt.

Weiterführende Links

·         Der Ayatollah, ein Revolutionär der ersten Stunde

·         "Das ist erst der Anfang einer Revolution"

·         Mindestens 13 Tote bei Unruhen im Iran

·         Wächterrat beharrt auf Ahmadinedschads Wahlsieg

Die paramilitärischen Prügelknechte jagen Demonstranten, zu Fuß und auf Motorrädern, und knüppeln sie nieder. Und sie schießen. Einer von ihnen soll auch Neda gezielt erschossen haben. Deshalb ist sie zum Symbol der Revolte geworden, die Grün zu ihrer Farbe wählte, die Farbe des Islam, die Farbe des Propheten Mohammed.

Mir Hussein Mussawi steht an der politischen, Neda fortan an der emotionalen Spitze dieser Bewegung. Sie ist die tragische Ikone dieses Aufstandes, so wie es der iranische Student Ahmad Batebi mit dem blutigem T-Shirt seines Freundes in der Faust für die Studentenrevolte 1999 oder der sterbende Benno Ohnesorg für die deutsche Studentenbewegung war.

Es ist allerdings nicht mit letzter Gewissheit verifizierbar, ob dieser Videofilm echt oder nachgestellt ist – das gilt für alle Bilder und Nachrichten, die in diesen Tag die iranische Zensur, den totalen Nachrichtenstopp umgehen können und an die Weltöffentlichkeit gelangen.

Die Pressefreiheit ist massiv eingeschränkt, weshalb Film- und Fotomaterial von den Demonstrationen im Iran von unabhängigen Quellen nicht bestätigt werden kann. Nachrichtenagenturen sind gezwungen, auf das Material offizieller iranischer Quellen und auf Bildmaterial von Onlinediensten aus wie Twitter, Facebook und YouTube zurück zu greifen.

Es spricht aber viel dafür, dass Neda wirklich auf so tragische Weise gestorben ist, wie es in den Internetforen der Welt dargestellt wird. Die ersten gesendeten Filmsequenzen enthalten Kommentare: „Ich bin Arzt, habe versucht sie zu retten. Doch die Kugel ist in ihrem Brustkorb explodiert, sie starb in weniger als zwei Minuten.“

Der iranische Blogger Farhad Mortaz nennt in seinem Blog „Photoblog Nostalgia“ weitere Details: Ihr vollständiger Name sei Neda Agha-Soltan. Die 27-Jährige habe in Teheran mit einem ihrer Professoren und einigen Kommilitonen demonstriert. Ein paramilitärischer Schütze von der Bassidsch-Miliz habe sie erschossen – gezielt. Gestern sei sie begraben worden, auf dem Friedhof Behescht Zahra im Süden des Iran. Der US-Sender ABC berichtet, die Machthaber hätten einen Gedenkgottesdienst verboten. Es habe nur eine – bewachte – kurze Zeremonie gegeben für Neda.



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Iranians take up arms against the occupational Islamic Republic


Armed Iranian citizen taking the lead in leading the anti-regime protest actions - flanked by a man and woman holding rocks in their hands.

Iranians are starting to get armed in order to defend themselves and their compatriots against the savage security forces of the Islamic Republic. It's only a question of time when this will escalate and more and more people realize that they cannot fight bullets with their fists.

Reports from people on the scene state that numerous transport planes have landed in Iran filled with Basijis (brainwashed religious zelouts) from the Lebanese Hezbollah and Palestinian Hamas and Venezuelan anti-riot police (courtesy of AhmadiNejad's close friendship with the Hugo Chavez!). "
The reason such forces are being brought in is that some of the Iranian police are unwilling to hit people as ordered and some are even joining the protesters" (Source #2)

Last night the natural gas line going into a Basij Headquarter, located in Eastern Tehran, was set on fire which consequently resulted in the building being blown up. The Basij had locked themselves in the building once they couldn't withstand the Iranian freedom fighters - at least 5 of these Basij animals were disposed of in this action. The below clip captures footage of the blown up building (at 0:05 you see the building going up in flares to the right of the screen):


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FYI: "...A gruesomely captivating video of a young woman - laid out on a Tehran street after

apparently being shot, blood pouring from her mouth and then across her face - swept Twitter,

Facebook and other websites this weekend. The woman rapidly became a symbol of Iran's

escalating crisis, from a political confrontation to far more ominous physical clashes. Some sites

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Reza Pahlavi of Iran’s statement on the latest developments in Iran

Today the world is witnessing the demonstrated anger of millions of Iranians against a regime that denies their most basic rights, including the right to choose leaders who could improve their abysmal condition.

There is no exit from this condition, so long as one man appropriates onto himself the “power of god” and controls the judiciary, the media, the security forces and, through direct and indirect appointees, the only candidates claiming to represent an impoverished and disenfranchised people.

Today I stand united with my fellow Iranians and call for the end of the Islamic Republic, or any other prefix in front of the name of my beloved Iran that indicates theocracy or any other form of disregard for democratic and human rights.

I caution the world that offering any incentives or “carrots” to the theocracy under these circumstances is an affront to the people of Iran. This is not a time for short-sighted, self-defeating tactical games. This is the time for the free world to stand true to its principals and support the people of Iran’s quest for democracy and human rights.

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