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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 »


Filed under: 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.

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

Hamas and democracy

By: Esfandiar Khodaee

56586588568Hamas really represents the Palestine nation in a clear democratic way. Nobody can deny the fact that Hamas democratically won the public election about two years ago. Yet the UN and the west and even some Arab nations do not make any political relations with Hamas.

Hamas and Palestinian people have experienced loneliness for 60 years. Now and in the 22 day war they learnt the great fact that the key of their victory is in their own hand. And they should depend on themselves and their own resistance not the timid Arab governments or the United Nation.

Filed under: Arab, Islam, Islamic countries, Middle East, muslim, palestine, Syria

The Problem With HAMAS

The problem with HAMAS is testosterone and a memory for events of some 60 years ago. It is difficult for a race of testosterone bearing people to forget land-theft. It is difficult for a race of testosterone bearing people to forget genocide. And right there in the Middle East, practically standing shoulder to shoulder are people who have experienced both.

Chased from Europe by genocide, testosterone bearing people settled in Palestine in the mist of a different race of testosterone bearing people. That, of course, is a catalyst for war. One group had the assistance of the United Nations. The other group did not. From this explosive mixture, came the birth of a country called Israel and the start of a very long terrorist “war”. ادامهٔ مطلب »

Filed under: Middle East, palestine

Five and a half million Muslims in the United States

It is difficult to generalize about American Muslims. They are converts, immigrants, factory workers, and doctors. This varied community is unified by a common faith, underpinned by a nationwide network of a large number of mosques.

Muslims arrived early in North America. By the eighteenth century, there were many Muslims in North America. Great numbers of Americans have entered the fold of Islam. They are from different classes: the rich, the poor, the educated, and the illiterate. Today, there are about five and a half million Muslims in the United States.

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Hamas vows to rearm against Israel

Jerusalem, Jan.20 : A Hamas leader has declared victory over Israel, and warned that the Islamic militant group will rearm against Israel should a situation emerge to merit such a step. Ismail Haniya, the deposed Palestinian prime minister and a political leader in Gaza, said the «armed resistance» had triumphed by surviving the Israeli operation. «Do whatever you want. Manufacturing the holy weapons is our mission and we know how to acquire weapons,» The Telegraph quoted Abu Obeida, a spokesman for the Izzadin al-Qassam Brigades, as saying. ادامهٔ مطلب »

Filed under: Middle East, palestine,

Israeli invasion to Gaza leads to Muslims unity against Tel Aviv.

Respondents to a Press TV poll say the Israeli ground incursion into Gaza will either lead to a defeat or Muslims unity against Tel Aviv.

Some 41 percent of the 26,385 respondents to a recent Press TV poll are of the opinion that Israel will be defeated by Hamas, while 35 percent believe that Muslims will unite and come to the aid of the Palestinians. Only 24 percent of the participants believe that Israel will be able to defeat Hamas in its ground incursion. Israel launched air and sea attacks on Gaza on December 27 and later took its operations to the next level by sending its ground forces into the strip. ادامهٔ مطلب »

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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.

Filed under: Egypt, Iran, Jordan, Middle East, muslim, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkey,

people can’t still turn themselves blind to barbarism in Gaza

“Upright and self-conscientious people of the world regardless religion protested even then when USA attacked vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan, and during 9/11.

But USA spoke hundreds of lies and some people from USA and worldwide did believe them.Now I don’t think that people can still turn themselves blind to the cruel facts of the barbarism,cruelty and injustices that are done,promoted and sponsored by the American governments then and today.

Israel is a solid example.If they weren’t backed and supported by USA for decades,they would have been still “a Stateless society”, uneducated and empty handed.They’ve 100 percent support by the USA authorities that’s why they give damn care to the world.The Zionists have hold many seats and positions in their senate and in other areas today.

Americans should be WARY of them, as one day they’ll surely grab and occupy everything of their,then they will not be able to do anything but will be helpless, and the world will also be silent then. “

source: a comment in salampress musleemun@yahoo.com

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Gaza hospitals and UN warehouse hit

Explosions in the Gaza Strip have continued after a day that saw some of the heaviest fighting so far in Israel’s war on the Palestinian territory. Al Jazeera’s Zeina Awad, reporting from the Israel-Gaza border, said it was a relatively quiet night as diplomatic efforts appeared to intensify, but explosions and aircraft flying overhead could still be heard in the early hours of Friday – the 21st day of Israel’s military campaign. ادامهٔ مطلب »

Filed under: Middle East, palestine,

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