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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.

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

Obama Is Right About Talking to Iran .

These days in Washington and on the campaign trail Russia and Iran compete for the title of the greatest foreign policy challenge facing America. Many have assumed that Russia can help solve the Iran problem, but few have considered that the reverse is also true. Iran is important to Russia’s game plan and how Moscow weighs its options going forward. That makes talking to Iran an essential part of America’s plans for containing Russia. For Russia, an isolated Iran in conflict with the West is a boon. With Iran’s rich gas reserves off limits, Russia can hold Europe hostage and divide NATO while also creating linkage between its support for international pressure on Iran and Western response to its aggression in the Caucasus. ادامهٔ مطلب »

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

speaker of Iran’s parliament: Iran ‘prefers’ Obama US presidency

Tehran would prefer Barack Obama to be elected as the next US president in the November 4 poll, Ali Larijani, the speaker of Iran’s parliament, has said. “We are leaning more in favour of Barack Obama because he is more flexible and rational [than rival John McCain], even though we know American policy will not change that much,” he said during a visit to Bahrain on Wednesday.How to deal with Iran and the crisis over its nuclear programme has been one of the central foreign policy issues in the US election. ادامهٔ مطلب »

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

Ahmadinejad or McCain , Khatami or Obama

Presidential election will be held in both Iran and US in near future. The Conservatives support Mak Keen and Ahmadinejad. but the Democrats or reformists support Obama and Khatami.
It seems there is a direct relationship between the result of presidential election of these two countries.whenever a democrat like Bill Klinton is elected in US, a Reformist democrat president like Khatami will be elected in Iran. and Whenever the outcome in US is a Republican like Bush, the result of Iranian presidential election is a Conservative like Ahmadinejad. This is the trend in last 16 years. may the result of coming presidential election of US effect Iranian final choice in 11 Jun 2009.

دسته‌بندی شده در: Iran, political, politics, Salam Press, , , , ,

Where Arab Votes Could be Crucial

Arab-Americans are throwing their support behind Barack Obama. And in a tight nationwide race, according to a poll released in Washington today, the votes of Arab-Americans could give a boost in the key swings states like Michigan to Obama over John McCain. It’s not the «ethnic vote» you might imagine, however. Arab-Americans are voting the pocket book issues like most other Americans are. They’re not voting in a bloc because of Middle East-related issues.

The Zogby International poll for the Arab-American Institute shows that during the Bush presidency Arab-Americans have swung more decisively behind the Democratic Party in general. The respondents overall gave Bush a 76% negative job approval rating, with even those identifying themselves as Republicans registering only a 63%-37% positive-negative rating for the incumbent president. Compared to the year Bush was elected in 2000, when the Democratic-Republican ID breakdown was almost even at 40%-38%, Arab-Americans now identify with the Democratic Party by a margin of more than 2-1. Forty-six percent called themselves Democrats, while only 20% said they were Republicans.

In a two-way race, Obama beats McCain 54% to 33%, but Obama’s advantage slips if independent Ralph Nader, who is of Lebanese ancestry, and Libertarian Bob Barr, are in the contest: Obama 46%, McCain 32%, Nader 6% and Barr 1%. Nader bites into Obama’s support

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