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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.


Filed under: Iran, Islamic countries, Lebanon, Middle East, muslim,

Israeli Gaza offensive reignite US hatred

A senior Hezbollah figure says the continuing Israeli hostilities in besieged Gaza have added to Arab and Muslim odium for the United States.

In an address to of thousands of the Lebanese resistance movement supporters in the southern Lebanon town of Nabatieh, head of Hezbollah’s parliamentary bloc Mohammed Raad said that it was the US administration which gave Tel Aviv the green light for the ongoing Gaza carnage. ادامهٔ مطلب »

Filed under: Lebanon, palestine

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 »

Filed under: Arab, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Islamic countries, Jordan, Lebanon, Middle East, muslim, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Turkey, Yemen

Human rights & peace in the middle east – Arabism & radical Islam discrimination on the «other»

Human rights & peace in the middle east – Arabism & Islam discrimination on the «other»
[Analysis] Peace will prevail when economic, social and cultural rights are granted to all … The Middle East… conflicts…  For example:

* the Israel and [so called] «Occupied Territories» (Palestine) issue

* the conflict between Hamas and the Fatah; the Iraq conflict

* the conflict in Afghanistan

* conflicts within Saudi Arabia

* the security concerns, especially the nuclear threat, that Ahmadinajad’s Iran poses ادامهٔ مطلب »

Filed under: Afghanistan, Algeria, Arab, Egypt, Iraq, Islam, Islamic countries, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Middle East, Oman, pakistan, palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates,

NO Arab university among the top 400 in the world

The failure of Arab universities to make it to the Best 400 list is indeed a source of frustration for a region that pins big hopes on the potential contributions of higher education to national development. A glimmer of hope amid the university gloom

The publication of the THES-QS World University Rankings for 2008 brings unhappy news for aspiring institutions of higher education in many regions, including the Arab world.
According to the rankings, not one Arab university is among the top 400 in the world. The THES-QS report comes on the heels of the Academic Ranking of World Universities compiled by Shanghai Jiao Tong University’s Institute of Higher Education, which offers an equally dismal assessment of Arab universities against global benchmarks. ادامهٔ مطلب »

Filed under: Africa, Algeria, Arab, Bahrain, Egypt, indonesia, Iraq, Islam, Islamic countries, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, malaysia, Middle East, muslim, Oman, pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen

Hassan Nasrallah, don’t go Egypt, please

Salam Press alarms:

With the experience of historical treacheries of Egypt dictator Hosni Mobarak and considering his close relationship with Israel, this is clear for every open eye that this is a dangerous invitation planning to endanger Hassan Nasrallah’s life.
The full news of invitation is here:
Lebanese newspaper Al-Akhbar says that Hassan Nasrallah will get an invitation to visit Egypt in the coming two months. The newspaper added that this is the new Egyptian policy to keep the same distance from all the parties in Lebanon

Filed under: Egypt, Iran, Islamic countries, Lebanon, Middle East, palestine, political, Salam Press, ,

American ambassador in Lebanon «Michelle Sison»: we spent more than one billion dollar in Lebanon within the past few years

This is exactly what the American ambassador in Lebanon «Michelle Sison» said in her interview with Qatari newspaper Al-Raimedia.Lebanese newspaper Assafir comment:The armament of the Lebanese army is nonsense.
What they described as «great gift» by the Americans three years ago is lifting of the ban on M16 ammunition, and the ban on medium-range machine guns 12,7 mm still exists.
The U.S. is trying to play a «broker» role, providing the Lebanese army with aged, retired -Cobra- Helicopters must be picked up from the Jordanian army which in his turn put them out of service. Even American factories stopped making spare parts for this kind of Helicopters.

Filed under: Islamic countries, Lebanon, Middle East, palestine, political, Syria, ,

Egypt invites Hassan Nasrallah

Lebanese newspaper Al-Akhbar says that Hassan Nasrallah will get an invitation to visit Egypt in the coming two months. The newspaper added that this is the new Egyptian policy to keep the same distance from all the parties in Lebanon

Filed under: Egypt, Islam, Islamic countries, Lebanon, Middle East, political

Egypt hails Lebanon-Syria ‹step in right direction›

CAIRO: Egypt on Thursday hailed Syria and Lebanon’s establishment of diplomatic ties for the first time since independence 60 years ago as «a step in the right direction.» «Egypt is relieved by the announcement of setting up diplomatic relations between these two neighbor states,» Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit said in a statement. «This is a step in the right direction,» he said, calling on Damascus and Beirut to «take other steps to consolidate the relationship … with respect for each other’s sovereignty.» ادامهٔ مطلب »

Filed under: Egypt, Islamic countries, Lebanon, Middle East, political, Syria

Democracy meets moderate Islamists wishes

A quick look at the Islamic countries reveals the fact that moderate Islam coordinates democratic values. In fact if democracy establishes in these countries, moderate Islamists will gain more than anybody else. They will receive the freedom of activities and get ride of cruel dictators which limits their freedom. here is more concrete examples:
In Egypt if a free and just election happens, moderate Islamists will surely achieve at least their minimum rights. Maybe they can win majority of seats of parliament.
In Turkey the situation of Islamists is better. Any time that a free election is performed the winner is an Islamic party like Adalat, Fazilat and Refah. And whenever the military forces prevent free election, the Islamists stand in weaker position.
In Pakistan if general Mosharaf issue the permission of a really free election Islamists will gain more benefits and the freedom of activity.
In Europe Moslems gain a lot of the democratic atmosphere and whenever an undemocratic decision”n like the laws against Hijab” is taken, Islamist will lose more than any body else.

Who is against democracy in Islamic countries?
1- The dictator rulers who feel unsafe about free democracy. They know that in a free democratic election they won’t win.
2- The United States of America! It is surprising if one says that the U.S.A is always at the side of dictators and stands against democracy in Egypt, Pakistan, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Iran and any other Islamic country.

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