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HoshangTarehgol5 Hoshang Tarehgol replied to comment:

And we've never seen anyone as desperately racist as you. The full title is:
ارتش صدام با طرح جنگی ژنرال های شاه به ایران حمله کرد.

how shah's generals helped Saddam's attack on Iran. But you cut and past only the words that fit your obtuse little "point."
Russians, Americans, French,...and practically everyone on earth helped Saddam's invasion of Iran, but your racist mentality can only mention Arabs!

And who built SAVAMA? General Fardost, yet another one of shah's generals. Mullahs came to power, because your clown king provided the best social/political opening for them, and they've stayed in power partly because of shah's generals like Fardost that taught them all the tricks in the books. Anyone with an iota of objectivity can see how shah directly and indirectly caused all these problems for Iran, and yet you suffer immensely from a sever case of "Fuhrer Deficiency Disorder." Such high level of incoherency definitely qualifies as advanced dementia.
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yolanda yolanda posted a comment:

I checked khamenei's twitter account last night. He has 69,000 followers and he follows 3 people. I got curious whom he follows, so I clicked on the "following" link. What shocks me is that 2 people he follows is himself, the other one is the late Khomeini! OMG! Read more

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Shirzadegan Siavash replied to comment:


"Saddam Hussein has distributed $260,000 to 26 families of Palestinians killed in 29 months of fighting with Israel, including a $10,000 check to the family of a Hamas suicide bomber."


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NiloufarParsi Niloufar Parsi posted a comment:

This kind of military 'policing' was perfected by the Brits in Hong Kong first. It's a model that was tested and widely used in the colonies, and then inevitably found its way to the colonialist countries' own streets under the guide of 'anti-riot policing'.

In the final analysis, the police are there to protect the rich against the poor. Read more

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maziar58 maziar 58 posted a comment:

Thanks shirin khanoom
You should post your work on robin's memorial page
Dastet dard nakoneh.

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alimostofi Ali Mostofi posted a comment:

Again I think this rather empathic subject has been put on front and centre of It gets hits and sells ads. The headline should be changed to Pain and the Cure such that there would be hope. Here is how I would start it.

No matter how many great philosophers, prophets, religious books, have influenced Iranians, from thousands of years ago, Iranians like all humans inflict pain and kill others now and will do so in the future.

The person who inflicts pain even unto themselves, does it for a good reason. As absurd as it seems to others, they think they are justified in creating that pain.

To write about pain makes headlines. Horror movies sell billions of dollars. The narcotic industry thrives on it.

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amirparvizforsecularmonarchy amirparvizforsecularmonarchy posted a comment:

Nazi does this not make you think? Who are these people they are providing SAS training to from turkey and why has the USA really been arming them with the bill going to the Arab Stooges they have imposed on their peoples? Democratic Systems and Politicians are the most Opaque and enigmatic of creations, getting to the truth is easy but not discussed by the Military Industrial Media Complex. Their following the rule of law for others is a joke, they use peoples desire for democracy to thwart them, it's call supporting democracy for extremists. I hope you learn something about what policy is really being implemented and how dark these democratic systems are first for their own people and then for others. All the weapons in Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, North Africa are sold and supplied by the same powers that own the Military Industrial Media Complex. How more Unproven Do Democratic Systems have to be to get the idea across we deserve Better than them, less corruption and abuse of power. Read more

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irajkhan iraj khan posted a comment:

A compassionate piece, very soothing.
I still haven't got over his suicide.

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LadyMacbeth LadyMacbeth posted a comment:

Have you ever seen photos on women's carte melli?? None of them look anything like the owner and any number of other women could pass for the picture on any given card.

That said, I really don't think Ms. Mirzakhani appreciates all this fuss being made over her picture. They altered it, so what? I mean really, on the grand scale of things, what's the big deal? Or what is the BIGGER deal I should ask - that she won or that some newspaper in Iran had to alter her picture so they could print the story? Read more

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AnonymousObserver Anonymous Observer replied to comment:

You know, the "new" emerging Iraq is not a new thing. This almost exact scenario took place a few centuries ago, Here, take a look at this pice by Juan Cole. It's probably one of the best analysis that I have read on the subject: Read more

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BehrouzBahmani Behrouz Bahmani replied to comment:

Sort of like a Caliphate...

I am definitely in favor of Kordestan gaining independence, and then I'd let the entire area go, and let it occupy the attention of it's neighbors. Maybe if Iraq was a Wild Wild West of Iran, the mollahs would not have so much time to interfere in the rest of the region.

At the end of the day, you can't force people to adopt democracy, they have to rise up and take it for themselves. Read more

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