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Bavafa Bavafa replied to comment:

بایرون جان،

اگر جلوی اون جاهل و قاتل گرفته نشه، از کجا معلوم که سراغ خواهر شما و خواهر من هم نیاد؟

اگر من و شما جلوی اون جاهل و قاتل نه ایستیم، چطور انتظار می‌شه داشت که وقتی‌ سراغ خانواده من اومدند، دیگران کمک کنند؟



آیا این طرز فکر نیست که حتی در کشور خودمون، ایران، هر روز و هر لحظه به مردم تجاوز می‌شه و ما برای منفعت خودمون، یک طرف دیگر رو نگاه می‌کنیم؟!؟!؟!؟

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HoshangTarehgol5 Hoshang Tarehgol posted a comment:

On Essence and Substance of monarchists:

The so called pahlavis (so called since we all know they even stole their last name from another family and their real last name was Savadkohi) have always been a direct instrument of foreign domination and rule in Iran, since the first clown king and then the second clown king. The first clown king began as Reza Mirpanj and in cooperation with Seyed Zia a public agent of Brits pulled a Coup. According to Seyed Zia at the night of the Coup Reza was so scared after hearing a few shots fired that Zia had to push Reza through the door to get the things done.

The second clown king was brought back to Iran on August of 1953 as an instrument in pulling yet another illegal foreign engineered Coup against the democratically elected government of Dr. Mohammad Mosadegh (RIP). Keep in mind that ayatollah Kashani, a conservative clergy was instrumental in this Coup by giving refuge and shelter to general Zahedi, providing him ample time to coordinate and organize the illegal Coup.

Second clown king's reign coincided with the advent of Cold War and Western policies of promoting and augmenting conservative religious forces to counter progressive nationalists and leftists. Besides Kashani's instrumental role in 1953 Coup, there were also direct assistance and cooperation between SAVAK and Hojatieh; joint attacks on Baha'i community, such as general Baatmanghlich joining akhond Falsafi in destruction of Baha'i temple in Shiraz; future leaders of Islamic Republic like ayatollah Beheshti and Bahonar writing of religious studies text books for Iranian high schools during 70's and numerous other direct and indirect, public and hidden instances of promoting and augmenting conservative Shia clergy in Iran.

Thus the conclusion which many observers of Iranian affairs have reached and share is that monarchy was effectively the incubator of Islamic Republic.

But wait, monarchists perfidies and stupidities doesn't end there. Even on this very site until very recently we were all witness to monarchists daily promotion of sanctions and war against Iran, pushing for ever "tighter" sanctions, naval quarantine, and worse. We all remember how blog after blog they would publish list of locations in Iran to be bombed, and advocating for nuclear bombardment of Iran.

So, here in five brief paragraphs you all the essence and substance of monarchists in the past hundred years in front of you. A consistent pattern of perfidy, duplicity and deceit. Now is it a wonder monarchists have ZERO future in Iran? Read more

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P.Galenous P_J. replied to comment:

I don't know where you got all this nonsense, but it definitely does not speak for Iran or Iranians. Read Forbes and see the break through and success of Iranians...and practically in all fields of endeavor, then you realize that they had led rather than follow! The thing that you have erroneously implied! Read more

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LadanFarhangi Ladan Farhangi posted a comment:

واكنش ثروتمندترين خواننده غربي به كشتار در غزه
http://vista.ir/news/16333453/%D9%88%D8%A7%DA%A9%D9%86%D8%B4-%D8%AB%D8%B1%D9%88%D8%AA%D9%85%D9%86%D8%AF%D8%AA%D8%B1%DB%8C%D9%86-%D8%AE%D9%88%D8%A7%D9%86%D9%86%D8%AF%D9%87-%D8%BA%D8%B1%D8%A8%DB%8C-%D8%A8%D9%87-%DA%A9%D8%B4%D8%AA%D8%A7%D8%B1-%D8%AF%D8%B1-%D8%BA%D8%B2%D9%87 Read more

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BehrouzBahmani Behrouz Bahmani replied to comment:

If you think that your wasted chance to say something coherent is best used with Javabing with a childish Sher as an attempt at a snipe, here's one back, that suits you perfectly.

Ye toop daram ghel ghelie
Sorkh o sefid o abie
Mizanam zamin hava mire
Nemidooni ta koja mire!
Man in toopo nadashtam
Mashghamo khoob neveshtam
Babam behem eydi dad
Ye tope ghel gheli dad! Read more

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SaidAmin Saïd Amin posted a comment:

and meanwhile CNN reports that...

"U.S. resupplies Israeli ammo

The United States, meanwhile, agreed to Israel's request to resupply it with several types of ammunition.

It's not an emergency sale, a U.S. defense official told CNN.

Among the items being bought are 120mm mortar rounds and 40mm ammunition for grenade launchers, officials said. Those will come from a stockpile the United States keeps in Israel, which is worth more than $1 billion."

http://cnn.it/1nJPha1 Read more

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sedaye_man sedaye_man posted a comment:

I am going to wage peace upon everyone who disagrees with me. It will be an aggressive,offensive and hostile strike that will continue until I inflict the final death blow to misunderstandings and conflict. I will gather all my available resources & weapons for this assault. I will never surrender until the foes of harmony surrender. I declare war on war. I will inflict peace on everyone and occupy your fear with understanding. You will suffer under my brutal campaign of tranquility. The enemy will endure the horrors of justice, tolerance, compassion and freedom. I will indoctrinate the aggressors with acceptance until the resistance is futile. I will show no mercy for hate. If you are not with me you are against warmth, love and little fury baby animals.

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ghourbagheh ghourbagheh replied to comment:

Shame on yourself!

The Palestinians did not dance after 911. Even major networks admitted it later, of course with much less fanfare, which explains why someone like you is not fully aware of the facts and just goes on gung-ho patriotism and wave the flag jingoism. There were a few teenagers celebrating in Arab Persian Gulf countries. Many of the footage that you are fuming about was not even of the real events. One footage from Fox turned out to be from two years before.

Whatever the cause for the celebration in this video is, it does not change the words that those Israelis are chanting and it's shameful. It's also beyond the pale shameful of you to drag out you digging bodies out! Don't disgrace dead people to deflect criticism of a bunch of Israeli hoodlums singing about dead Palestinian children.

Plus, if any nation rejoices at celebration of genocide and murder of others, it's the US. Americans are utterly ignorant in that sense. Just two examples: Columbus day celebrates a man who in his own words sold children into sexual slavery, just to name one of his litany of crimes. Thanksgiving is an official celebration of multiple genocides wrapped up in a false story. Thanksgiving itself is the most disgraceful celebration of murder! Think about that the next time you're eating that turkey, or whenever you get the urge to drag out the dancing Palestinian video. Read more

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sedaye_man sedaye_man posted a comment:

Marching Israelis In Tel Aviv Chant 'There's No School In Gaza, There Are No More Kids Left'

A horde of Israeli activists in Tel Aviv has been caught on video cheering the genocide of Gaza children, chanting, "There are no more kids left".

Translated by HuffPost, the rabble sings: "There's no school in Gaza, there are no more kids left". The video concludes with the crowd chanting "Gaza is a cemetery".

The YouTube video, which was highlighted by the International Solidarity Movement, purportedly shows a march on Saturday in which Israelis, waving flags, showed their support for the ongoing campaign in Gaza, whilst admonishing two Arab members of the Knesset, Ahmad Tibi and Haneen Zoabi.

According to the author of the video (original story here), the protest was a "small (yet very loud) demonstration that took place across the square from a much larger pro-peace and anti-war left wing demonstration" (for a full debate on the context of this video, see the comments below).

The latest offensive in Gaza has resulted in more than 1,100 Palestinian deaths, including many civilians, since fighting began three weeks ago.

CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story translated the chant as, "There’s no school tomorrow, there are no children left". The activists actually say, "There's no school in Gaza, there are no more kids left".

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supreme1 supreme1 posted a comment:

Why is Israel dictating this, This isn't something that happened over night. Their land was taken in 1947 to create Israel but since then they have taken more land every year since and are building illegally on occupied land. I don't know where you are from but would you be happy for you to be forced out so they can live if your answer is yes then I suggest you petition your country to give a part of it to Israel. Read more

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areyobarzan areyo barzan replied to comment:


again!

More empty slogans and no essence.

Just take my advice matey and come back to visit us here inside Iran.

Then you will see who is the most hated (MKO, communists and Toodeh-ee and mullahs) and whom people admire and remember with utter most respect ( The Pahlavi family).

Do not, I repeat DO NOT take my word for it. just comeback and see for yourself.

However I believe this tread have now been exhausted to the limit as all you have left is just more insults accusations and empty slogans.

P.S Just grow up, accept you mistake and apologize for it Read more

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jgarbuz jgarbuz replied to comment:

There are nearly 2 million Arabs who live in the Galilee and Negev who build homes. Why is there no freeze on Arab housing construction in the Galilee or Negev?

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jgarbuz jgarbuz posted a comment:

No rockets, no blockade. That should be the formula to a long term ceasefire. If Hamas is disarmed of rockets, israel would lift all the blockade. If there are no rockets and no tunnels into Israel, there is no reason for blockade and Gazas should be able to do whatever they want. As it was in 1987 before the first intifada when tens of thousands of Gazans came into Israel every day to work or get health care, and went home at night by bus. My ex-father in law used to bring his car from Beersheba into Gaza twice a year for maintenance or repairs at his favorite garage.

Again, take out the rockets and Israel will lift the blockade. If there are no rockets there is no reason for a blockade. Israel doesn't care who rules in Gaza as long as they don't attack Israel. Read more

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