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P_J.. P_J.. posted a comment:

This was a movement that may have had its beginning in 20's, 30's and 40's if I am not mistaking, and had been inspired by Dehkhoda's books of parallel or Persian synonyms to the Arabic words in use. And the opportune time made it even stronger! I believe that as intertwine as Arabic is to Persian, there is no reason, why we should not use more Persian words, and move away from Arabic...it may not sit well with our literary purists who praise Persian GREATs like Sa'adi, Hefez, Omar Khayam and others whose beautiful poetry and philosophy is so mixed, but hey Akhoonds' rule may have changed ALL that, and may have made that necessary...to get rid of, or detach ourselves from Arab hegemony. Read more

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JahanshahRashidian3 Jahanshah Rashidian replied to comment:

جناب پرسا، من چون تایپ فارسی ندارم و اصلاّ فرصت نسب و یاد گیری انرا ندارم، مطالب خود را با موش یا خط لاتین ـ فارسی مینویسم. چنین نوشته ای را کامپیوتر نمیتوان ویرایش کند و مشکلات خاص خود را دارد. کماکان مقالات کوتاه زیادی به این طریق نوشته ام ولی برای یک مقاله بزرگ و بویژه اکادمیک یک زبان لاتین را ترجیح میدهم.
در لینک های شما تمایلی برای اسلام و ارتباط ان با زبان فارسی محسوس است و این دقیقاً دلیل بی علاقگی روز افزون نسل های جدید است. دینامیسم مدرنیسم در این زبان فارسی نیست. زبان عربی یک زبان کامل و یکی از ۵ زبان رسمی جهان است ولی ادغام ان در فارسی به دلیل تلفظ حروف الفبا، نداشتن مذکر مئنث برای اسامی و صفات، صرف و نحو مختلف... زبان فارسی را بارور نکرده است. تنها باروری ان برای برخی همان پیوند با اسلام است. Read more

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JahanshahRashidian3 Jahanshah Rashidian replied to comment:

Dear Mr. Gilani, I do not hate Arabs or any ethnics. You may see one of my early articles in IC denouncing the growing anti-Arabic feelings in Iran.
In modern languages you have steady reforms to enrich the language. Turkish literature has not lost its values after the new alphabet. Reforms are for our language vital because of having been stuck in dogmatism for centuries.
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Shirzadegan Siavash replied to comment:

Seems you don't understand. Shia Islam is our religion.
no one can deny that. We are 93% of Iran's population. Religion minorities are only 7% of Iran's population and very invisible in our country. For example, As I grow up, I never meet any jewish in my whole life. To be honest, I never had any religion minority friend in my whole life.
Now, what do you expect from someone who is the head of the state? Do you expect our shahanshah hate people's religion ? no. Seriously Seems you really don't get it.

My older brother best friend was one of the active member of Hojatieh. Everybody knew Halabi. I grow up among these people. I know what is going on. My brother's friend was working in body shop. In fact, he was opposed with Monarchy, but he didn't pay that much attention to politic. His main concerned was to participate in Bahaii sessions or trying to convert Bahaii to Islam. Many Bahaii in Tehran knew him.
It is only you that connect Hojatieh to Savak or politic. Needless to say SAVAK had influence in any organizations. it's influence was not limited to mosque or hojateih.
For sure, communists helped mullahs to reach power in 1979. Ask any Iranian, they will tell you.
On Bahman 22, 1357, the day revolution completed, One uneducated old man told me that God bless those youths who had mustache. They all brought guns, so we were able to get into military basis. That mustache was Stalini mustache. All communists tried to copy Stalini mustache in those days. That old man didn't know they were communists. Read more

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irajkhan iraj khan posted a comment:

What a shame!
Americans are spied on and their information is provided to Israel and not a word about it unless you read it here. Thanks for posting it.

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HoshangTarehgol5 Hoshang Tarehgol replied to comment:

Islamist brought monarchy to power in Iran as much as foreign intelligence services. If it wasn't for ayatollah Kashani's refuge to Zahedi in Majlis, that whole coup would have never happened.
Ayatollahs Beheshti and Bahonar were writing your Religious Studies text books for high schools in Iran in 70's.
How do you explain two of highest ranking politicians of Islamic Republic writing the religious text books used in high schools of Iran under shah aka the clown king?
Have you ever heard of an akhond named Mahmoud Halabi? He was from Mashhad and initiated Hojatieh under early auspices and continued caring watch of SAVAK. Why would the intelligence service, the political police have to do with initiating an extremely conservative religious network? Read more

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Shirzadegan Siavash replied to comment:

Both Islamists and communists provoked people against Monarchy. Islamists set a fire in cinema Rex in Abadan and blamed it on shah and SAVAK. By this trick, they were able to bring thousand and thousands of guidable people on streets against Shah and Savak.
From the other hand, communists influenced inside factories especially oil industry in Abadan, and provoked "Workers" against monarchy. That is what happened in 1979. Needless to say that mullahs promised free electricity, free gas, free housing.........free...... free..... and communist aided them to take power.
Now, if you don't believe me, go to Iran and ask any ordinary Iranians who lived in that era, he/she will explain for you. Read more

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HoshangTarehgol5 Hoshang Tarehgol posted a comment:

با سپاس از یک اثر برزندهء دیگر.
متاسفانه بلاهایی که در عرض ٣٥ سال گذشته بر سر کتاب در ایران آمده آنچنان متنوع و گسترده است که شرح مشروح اش مثنوی هفتاد من کاغذ می شود.
از چالش کتاب تا هولوکاست کتاب, آتش زدن کتاب, سانسور کتاب, متحجر کردن صنعت کتاب, افول کتاب,...صحنه هایی مختلف از حدیث و پرسشوارهء کتاب در ایران هستند.
در این اثر شما یک صحنه از فیلمهای امروزی آورده اید, در دوران ما "چالش" بیشتر از سوی فیلمهای ایتالیایی با هنرمندی لاندو بوزانکا بود ! Read more

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HoshangTarehgol5 Hoshang Tarehgol replied to comment:

Angali wake up, USSR has been gone for a generation now.
Workers' movement has nothing to do with Russia, but has everything to do with Capitalism, in four corners of the world.
As Sartre used to say, until there is capitalism there will continue to be socialism, and get a load of this: during the Occupy Wall St. movement in a poll 60% of American had a positive view about Socialism.
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DariushGilani Dariush Gilani posted a comment:

I doubt that this is going to work. There are many many Iranians who hate the Arabs/Islam/Arabic language and from time to time they come with similar articles.
De-Arabization of Farsi is a reactionary attempt to put a distance between us and one of the most beautiful literature in the world. Ata Turk did the same thing with the Turkish language and destroyed years of Turkish literature preserved in the Arabic alphabets. Arabic is one of the most perfect and beautiful languages in the world.
The Arabic words that we use in Farsi mostly do not have the same meaning in Arabic. They have a Farsi color. If you hate Arabs or Muslims (for whatever reasons) you should not direct your hatred at the Arabic language. Have you ever heard of a movement in the West to get rid of Latin or French vocabulary? Have you ever hears or read an article that the Turkish words in Farsi should be purged from our language? Although there are a lot more Arabic words in Farsi than Turkish but there are still thousands.
During the post Arab invasion of Iran the Arabic language worked like a refrigerator and preserved our old masterpieces. It was the Iranian grammarians like Ibn Soubwieh who perfected the Arabic language. It was because of people like him that we know about our pre-Arab era culture
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farhangpooya farhangpooya posted a comment:

Siavash
I made a mistake supporting Shariati when I was teenager. We all made mistakes. Almost the entire community of student society in schools and universities made mistake in following Shariati and Ayatollah. However, they were byproducts of Shah's dictoral regime. American politicians were in favour of promoting the likes of Taliban and Ayatollah too. however, if Shah did not impose brutal dictatorship rules and allowed the likes of Khomaini express themselves freely in open TV and radio political debates people would have thrown them in dustbin. We only discovered the true nature of this ugly political and religious leaders after they came to power. We were so anti dictatorship but we were not aware of their political agenda and background. They all promised heaven on earth.
What really concerns me is the position of those who claim to be secular democrat and yet get all their funding from the most backward religious states like Saudi Arabia and ultra right wing conservative in US, European community.
This time these secular democrats promise heaven on earth but do not allow Iranian intellectuals to take part in the political process.
They allow people to make speeches but do not allow them to table motions and freely propose resolutions in conferences and political gatherings. From the way they operate, it is evident that a powerful conservative lobby is behind them pulling all the strings.
It appears as if those who created ISIS are financing these so called secular democratic movement.
There is only one way to prove what I say is incorrect and that is the inclusion of members in the decision making process.
Charlatan are those who under the name of democracy and secularism want to impose situations like Iraq and Syria in Iran.
A democratic society should allow all Iranians to join, allow members to propose resolutions, allow those who are for and against the resolutions to have equal time to debate each and every point in the resolutionss and allow to make decisions by direct vote.
The leaders and committee member should be elected by direct vote of members too.
It is evident that these so called self appointed leaders are insulting people's intelligence.
One can only infer that they are after one thing and that is power and money. These are the real charlatans.

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HoshangTarehgol5 Hoshang Tarehgol posted a comment:

کارگران پروفیل ساوه با موفقیت به اعتصاب پایان دادند، کارگران نورد لوله صفا همچنان در اعتصابند

اتحادیه آزاد کارگران ایران: بدنبال چهار روز اعتصاب کارگران پروفیل ساوه و تلاشهای کارفرما و دادستانی ساوه برای درهم شکستن این اعتصاب، دیروز بر اساس جدول توافقی خرداد ماه میان کارگران و کارفرما*، دستمزد این کارگران به حسابشان واریز شد و پس از وعده مساعد مدیریت کارخانه مبنی بر بازگشت بکار 4 نفر از کارگران اخراجی، آنان به اعتصاب خود پایان دادند.

بنا بر گزارشهای رسیده به اتحادیه آزاد کارگران ایران، علاوه بر چهار کارگری که طی اعتصاب از کار اخراج شده بود دو نفر دیگر از کارگران نیز دیروز توسط نیروهای امنیتی بازداشت شده بودند که پس از ساعاتی آزاد شدند. بنا براین گزارش کارفرمای پروفیل ساوه از میان این شش کارگر با بازگشت بکار چهار نفر از آنان موافقت کرده است. به همین دلیل کارگران پروفیل ساوه علیرغم پایان اعتصاب اعلام کرده اند مبارزه خود برای بازگشت بکار دو نفر از همکارنشان را به اشکال دیگری ادامه خواهند داد.

بدنبال شروع اعتصاب کارگران پروفیل ساوه که از روز 22 شهریور ماه در پی خلف وعده کارفرما مبنی بر پرداخت یکماه دستمزد معوقه آنان صورت گرفت علاوه بر اخراج چهار کارگر و بازداشت موقت دو نفر از آنها، کارفرما با هدف اعمال فشار بیشتر بر کارگران برای شکستن اعتصاب، نامه ای را به مسئول امور اداری ارسال کرد و طی آن اعلام نمود هر کس که میتواند با شرایط موجود کارخانه بسازد میتواند بماند و هر کس که نمیتواند نسبت به استعفای خود اقدام کند** اما کارگران اعتصابی پروفیل ساوه تن به این خواست کارفرما ندادند و در پایان اعتصاب خود اعلام کردند که چنانچه کارفرما به خلف وعده های خود در طی ماههای آینده نیز ادامه دهد دست به اعتصاب خواهند زد.

بنا بر گزارش دیگری که به اتحادیه آزاد کارگران ایران رسیده است کارگران نورد لوله صفا نیز که از روز 23 شهریور ماه در اعتراض به عدم پرداخت دستمزدشان اعتصاب کرده اند همچنان در اعتصاب بسر میبرند. بدنبال این اعتصاب، کارفرمای این کارخانه که کارفرمای پروفیل ساوه نیز می باشد به کارگران اعتصابی اعلام کرد روز پنج شنبه هفته جاری مزدشان را پرداخت خواهد کرد اما کارگران این کارخانه به دلیل تکرار خلف وعده های کارفرما اعلام کردند تا زمان واریز دستمزدشان به حساب، به اعتصاب ادامه خواهند داد و به همین دلیل بطور متحدانه ای همچنان در اعتصاب بسر میبرند.

اتحادیه آزاد کارگران ایران – 26 شهریور ماه 1393

*جدول توافق کارگران اعتصابی پروفیل ساوه با کارفرما در خرداد ماه گذشته برای پرداخت دستمزد معوقه کارگران

**نامه کارفرما به مسئولین کارخانه مبنی بر تحمیل شرایط موجود کارخانه به کارگران، همزمان با آغاز اعتصاب آنان در روز 22 شهریور ماه جاری



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