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Iranians celebrate national day

images58884589Iranians pour into the streets in millions to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution in demonstrations across the country.

Led by the Founder of the Revolution, Imam Khomeini, Iranians confronted the forces of US-proxy Mohammad-Reza Pahlavi in late 1977 to end dictatorship rule in the country. By December 1978, millions of Iranians would take to the streets in protest against the policies of the Shah on a regular basis.

Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini returned from exile to Iran to be received by cheering crowds after the departure of the Shah in mid-January 1979. Two weeks later, the country saw the Islamic Revolution. The final collapse of the Shah’s regime came on February 11 when the military renounced its loyalty to the Shah and joined the revolutionary forces. ادامهٔ مطلب »

دسته‌بندی شده در: Iran, Islam, Islamic countries, Middle East

A democratic solution is always better than a military solution

A democratic solution is always better than a military solution

This is a frank truth that US couldn’t go forward with Iran by the language of threat and war. And this kind of policy led US in the weakest position.

Don’t you feel a need for change in this kind of policy? U.S and Israel failed in wars against Hamas and Hizbolla. Then while the language of wild jungle doesn’t work, they would better to experience the language of human being and sit on the back of negotiation table and talk with Iran.

Obama is stepping in the right path. Democracy rules are great assessment for human being. If they don’t work then we should discard them and find substitution for them. Man has experienced the language of war and terror and bloodshed for thousands of years and finally found out that this policy doesn’t work in long term.

I as an Iranian reformist believe that it is more possible to find the solution to misunderstandings between Iran and US in a friendly democratic atmosphere than in the hostile atmosphere of military war.

Some believe talking is useful just in friendly positions, and in disagreements it isn’t useful to talk and we should fight. Then they suggest U.S politicians to attack Iran and put aside all the civilized and democratic solutions. They ridicule Obama for talking without any preconditions to Iran. But we should know that a democratic solution is always better than a military solution.

دسته‌بندی شده در: Iran, Islamic countries, Lebanon, Middle East, muslim,

Democracy in Iran

Part 1

Nobody can deny the fact that Iranian rulers have a strong position in Iranian society. In fact Iranian rulers have no supporter but Iranian people. Nobody can deny the fact tat Iranian government is not dependent to the Western powers or the Eastern powers. It is not also dependent to its army.

So we can say there is a kind o democracy in Iran. But it is different from the type of democracy in anywhere in the world. It is a very complicated system that even many great politicians of the world can not really understand it.

For example US president George W Bush couldn’t really get a clear concept of Iranian system of ruling. His 8 year of presidency finished, yet he didn’t understand the secret of power in Iran…

It is continued

I can give you a clear view of Iranian system of ruling. If you want me to continue this post please inform me by your comments.

دسته‌بندی شده در: Iran,

Mobarak of Egypt under pressure of Gaza crisis

484846695944999While Syria, Iran, Qatar, Turkey an Jordan clearly condemn Israel, and sometimes clearly support Hammas against Israel, yet the government of Egypt and Saudi Arabia have not clarified their position. Egypt with Mobarak is severely under pressure of public opinion in Egypt and Arab and Islam world.

People see him as a traitor to Arab Islam and Egypt. Even these days his life is in real danger and he seldom appears in public. Egypt has ten kilometers direct border to Gaza. Mobarak can lesson this pressure by transferring medical and philanthropic aids to Gaza strip. But he like Israel wants to put the highest pressure on Hammas to get submitted. A goal which does not seem to be achieved even in far future.

دسته‌بندی شده در: Egypt, Iran, Jordan, Middle East, muslim, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkey,

‹Principalists will align against Khatami›

A Principalist party says that Iran’s Principalists will get aligned against former president Khatami if he contests the election.

«The Principalists would adopt a united policy against Khatami if he returns to politics, though his victory sounds a bit far-fetched,» Secretary General of the Islamic Coalition Party Mohammad-Nabi Habibi told reporters on Wednesday.

The party is one of the major members of the Principalist camp. Habibi claimed an unlikely victory and a decrease in votes for the Reformist cleric in the upcoming 2009 presidential elections compared to his first victory in June 1997. ادامهٔ مطلب »

دسته‌بندی شده در: Iran, Middle East

Iran rejects Obama’s carrot-and-stick approach

Iran has rejected a “carrot-and-stick” approach from president-elect Barack Obama that would combine economic incentives and threats of sanctions to try to change Tehran’s plans for its nuclear program.

دسته‌بندی شده در: Iran, Middle East

Tehran Times: Give Talks With Europe A Chance

Following E.U. foreign policy chief Javier Solana’s consent to renewing nuclear talks with Iran, the Iranian daily Tehran Times wrote that Iran was willing to «give Europe a chance» to adopt an independent and balanced stance towards it, and reiterated Iran’s position on not changing its nuclear policy. Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Committee rapporteur Qazem Jalali said that during a meeting in Europe, Solana called on Iran to agree to the principle of «freeze for freeze,» proposed by the 5+1 – that is, Iran would freeze uranium enrichment in exchange for a freeze on measures against it. A senior Iranian Foreign Ministry official, Rasol Mossavi, said that Iran would study the «freeze for freeze» proposal if it did not include a suspension of uranium enrichment.

دسته‌بندی شده در: Iran, Islamic countries, Middle East, political

The Middle East’s Water Crisis

The River Jordan has flowed freely for thousands of years, its name immortalized in the Hebrew Bible and its lush upper reaches once known as the gates to the Garden of Eden. This summer, however, large sections of this storied river were reduced to a trickle, the water so low that grass fires spread freely across the Jordan Valley between Palestine and Jordan. Steadily drained over the past half century to quench the thirst and grow the crops of the people of Israel, Jordan, Syria, and the Palestinian territories, the Jordan River has been dealt a deathblow recently by a severe drought and by yet another tributary dam, this one on the Jordanian-Syrian border ادامهٔ مطلب »

دسته‌بندی شده در: Arab, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Islamic countries, Jordan, Lebanon, Middle East, muslim, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Turkey, Yemen

‹US raids to Pakistan and Syria last minute shame for Bush›


Raids on Pakistan and Syria have further damaged US standing in the final days of the Bush administration, says an Iranian official.

An aide to Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Hamid Molana, said Sunday that cross-boarder attacks on Syria and Pakistan is in no way improving Washington’s image in the world.
«The Bush administration is deeply mistaken if it thinks that raiding countries can bring last minute glory to the Republican Party,» asserted Molana. He said that Washington’s unilateral air strikes on Syria and Pakistan are ‹Bush administration charades› aimed at diverting attention from the perpetuating economic crisis ادامهٔ مطلب »

دسته‌بندی شده در: Iran, Islamic countries, Middle East, pakistan, Syria

Ahmadinejad against impeachment of his minister

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says impeaching the Interior Minister, Ali Kordan, over his forged Oxford degree is ‹illegal›.
Iran’s Parliament plans to impeach Kordan after the newly-appointed minister acknowledged in a September 27 letter that he was in possession of a fake Oxford University degree. Ever since his announcement, Kordan has faced calls for resignation or impeachment from Iranian parliamentarians. President Ahmadinejad was expected to attend the Parliament’s impeachment session on November 4 to speak in his minister’s defense ادامهٔ مطلب »

دسته‌بندی شده در: Iran, Islamic countries, Middle East,

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