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HoshangTarehgol5 Hoshang Tarehgol replied to comment:

به نظر شما حمایت از قوانین قرون وسطی قصاص اسلام باوری است یا اسلام زدگی؟
و چرا انسانیت قرن بیست و یکم باید هنوز قوانین قضایی خود را بر مبنای مسلکی قرار دهد که خاستگاه و ریشه اش به بت و بت پرستی باز میگردد؟ Read more

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HoshangTarehgol5 Hoshang Tarehgol replied to comment:

Yeah right! Here's some of the words used by your "alter-ego":
-Choso
-Rashti
- Ano
I know school children who have a more advanced vocabulary that than.
There could be a thousand and one avatars in here, but when they all sound, feel and smell the same, we all know what's up!
Like this obsession with "command" and "governing,"...
What do they call these sentiment?
Virtual power trips? Read more

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Mohamad.Purqurian Mohamad.Purqurian posted a comment:

فرق است بين باور ستيزی و روشنفکری. روشنفکر واقعی به باور مردم احترام ميگذرد و نارسائيهايش را با "بيماری" تحقير نميکند.

همانطور که قبلآ هم در جواب شعارهای روشنفکر نماها گفتم، من نه از حکومتی دفاع ميکنم و نه با هيچ حکومتی ستيز دارم. هدف من بحث و تحقيق در موضوعاتی است که به آن علاقه دارم و بس. و برخلاف آنها هرگز خود را نماينده هيچ گروه و دسته ای "جا" نميزنم تا کينه، نفرت و يا بت پرستی خود را توجيه کنم.

از ديد من فرقی بين روشنفکرنماهای حزب الهی و سلطنت طلب و غيره نيست. چرا که هر کدام ميخواهد بقيمت "تحقير" ديگری برنده باشد. و در اين "تحقير" از هيچ ناروائی پروا ندارد. اميدوارم که يا من اشتباه کرده باشم ويا آنها سر عقل بيايند. Read more

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HoshangTarehgol5 Hoshang Tarehgol replied to comment:

جناب شما در همین سایت, سیاه روی سپید مینویسید که از قانون قصاص حمایت میکنید و حتا آنرا برتر از قوانین قضایی بقیهء جهان (در حفظ حقوق قربانی) میدانید.
حالا یکهو خود را بسیار "بی طرف" و "نه این و نه آن" نشان میدهید!
آیا حمایت از قوانین قرون وسطی قصاص چیزی غیر از اسلام زدگی است؟ Read more

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HoshangTarehgol5 Hoshang Tarehgol replied to comment:

Practically half my family are architects, I learned three dimensional drawings in seventh grade. My cousins have designed and built some outstanding projects in Iran and US. Although I've been a printer practically all my life I still have a lot of architecture blood in me!

That Mazandran structure has some very obvious influences of Constructivists Architecture, and while I've always been fascinated with Constructivist architecture, all this Po-Mo stuff (post modern Menar Jonbaan) never really moved me that much.

Having said all that, high quality architecture and homelessness are two poles of the same problematic: Housing. We ought to be serious and upfront about this problematic in Iran.

P.S. Sosan khanom you really crack me up. Whenever NP gets into a heated discussion all of a sudden you "step" in to "calm" the conversation, and now with this latest "incarnation" LM. Don't you think these patterns are getting a bit worn out and repetitive?
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Mohamad.Purqurian Mohamad.Purqurian replied to comment:

باز هم شعار خالی از محتوا و بيرط به اصل موضوع.

همانطور که قبلآ هم در جواب همين شعارهايت گفتم، من نه از حکومتی دفاع ميکنم و نه با هيچ حکومتی ستيز دارم. هدف من بحث و تحقيق در موضوعاتی است که به آن علاقه دارم و بس. و برخلاف امثال شماها هرگز خود را نماينده هيچ گروه و دسته ای "جا" نميزنم تا کينه، نفرت و يا بت پرستی خود را توجيح کنم.

از ديد من فرقی بين شما و حزب الهيها و سلطنت طلبان نيست. چرا که هر کدامتان ميخواهيد بقيمت "تحقير" ديگری برنده باشيد. و در اين "تحقير" از هيچ ناروائی پروا نداريد. اميدوارم که يا من اشتباه کرده باشم ويا شما سر عقل بيائيد. Read more

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P_J.. P_J.. replied to comment:

Dear Mickey Mouse,

You hit the nail right on the head calling this British inspired flunky group a CULT.

I know Baha'is who have turned away from this nonsense and those who are left behind, like this flunky, are there for the money they receive! Read more

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P_J.. P_J.. posted a comment:

Another trashy, crap utterance/verse from this British subservient stooge, that was dictated to this flunky British puppet, by his masters in MI6 and has been spewed out by an outcast fanatical basidgie Baha'i!!

Great thing is that the more garbage this snake oil salesman writes, the more ridiculous he sounds, and the less traction he gets, and the more people he turns off, Read more

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Mickey_Mouse Mickey Mouse replied to comment:

It has been established that you don't understand Farsi. I post the original Farsi quotes here so people will see the absurdness of your claims about the translations being wrong.

It has been established that Baha'is living in the western world have been protected in a cocoon of ignorance by Baha'i cult leaders by deliberately feeding them peaceful quotes from Baha'u'llah while leaving the majority of hatred and prejudice based quotes untranslated.

The reason you don't see blogs from me is that I don't yet have approval form the MODS.

Now run along and find some non-Baha'is to torment. Make sure you first mock and taunt them like your lonely imprisoned God Baha'u'llah who would run around chanting:
"There is no God but me the lonely, the imprisoned." (Bahā’u’llāh, Āthār-i Qalam-i A`lā, vol. 1, no. 39, p. 226.)

Baha'u'llah advises that it is best to taunt deniers of Baha'ism by calling them animals and Bastards:
“Whoever denies this apparent exalted luminous grace (meaning Baha’ism), it is worthy that he asks his state from his mother and he will soon be returned to the bottom of hell,” (`Abd al-Ḥamīd Ishrāq Khāwarī, Mā’idiy-i āsimānī, vol. 4, pp. 355)

"O group of polytheists (deniers of Baha’ism), if you take pride in your name remaining amongst the animals or being mentioned amongst the livestock, then take pride in that for you are worthy of it." (Bahā’u’llāh, Āthār-i Qalam-i A`lā, vol. 2, no. 81, p. 452.)

Abdu'l-Baha gives advice to mock Black Africans by telling them their ancestors are cows with human faces:
“The wild tribes have no superiority over animals. For example, what is the difference between African blacks and American blacks? The [black Africans] are cows that God has created with human faces. The [black Americans] are civilized, intelligent, and have culture,” (`Abdu’l-Bahā, Khaṭābāt, vol. 3, p. 48.)

with loving Baha'i greetings
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HoshangTarehgol5 Hoshang Tarehgol replied to comment:

All I read are your distortive, infantile projections. I never claimed to be "the only enlightened one." Such obtuse distortion is purely a figment of your imagination. And why are you feeling so defensive about Enlightenment? Is it the anti-religious tone of it?

A website is a tool for enlightenment, an Iranian site a tool for enlightenment about Iran. Topic of homelessness and people sleeping in boxes on the streets of Iran is organically related to post-modern designed Box rooms. Box rooms are what only a few elite could enjoy in Iran, homelessness and sleeping in boxes on the streets is what increasing thousands and thousands of people are experiencing in Iran. These two poles are two ends of the same problematic in Iran: that problematic is called Housing.

Your "guess" is very incorrect and a badly disguised personal attack, yours truly is very adequate in all personal and social spheres, looks like you need to move on and learn a few things about Architect, Housing and related matters in Iran.

P.S. Did I say you sound exact the same in all your "incarnations?" Read more

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SoosanKhanoom akaDarya replied to comment:

WOW … that IS amazing !


Laying on the pristine context of Polour, overlooking the highest peak of Iran -Mount Damavand-, and responding the climbing potential of the region, a spirited sport facility is imprinted delicately in the rocky lands of Mazandaran
Being inspired by the geological process of the large-scale movements of the earth‘s crust and its tectonic forces, all end up to initial clues to co-operate for drawing up Polour Rock Climbing Hall.
The fragmented mass comes into a multi-facet entity, stems from the layers of nature and gradually rises, peaks and moves down soberly.
Nature and landscape visually creep into the building through the transitive atrium and triangular openings, while presenting natural daylight and providing a dynamic sport hall for climbers, from training to competition.
With approximately a total area of 4500 square meters extending along south-east to south-west, the rock climbing gym creates a tangible architectural space where aesthetics is as prominence as performance. Bouldering hall, temporary accommodation zone, fitness gyms and maintenance areas are enclosed by boulder–like walls.
The climbing walls are mounted in front of the atrium, proposing new impressions for the moving observer. Both the users inside and viewers outside interact a dynamic relationship with the climbing gym, while the exterior facets offer outdoor bouldering for climbers.
In harmony with the dominant color of the surroundings, white fiber cement panels are considered for the facets to settle down the whole building in its snowy context.
Steel moment resisting frames are used as the main structural system; while tubular trusses transmit the floor loads to vertical elements due to project long spans.


Status: Under Construction
Location: Polour, Mazandaran, Iran
Additional Credits:

Polour Rock Climbing Hall
New wave Architecture (Lida Almassian/Shahin Heidari)
Architects: Lida Almassian/Shahin Heidari
Architects Associates:
Maryam Amanpour, Zahra Hamedani, Tina Yavarian, Atieh Ameri, Saeid Fahimpour, Mona Ramzi, Fateme Dehghani,
Shadi Jelvi. Sara Farahani, Mohammad Keshavarzi ,Marjan Najafizadegan,Helaleh Alaei
Client: Development and Maintenance of Sports Facilities
Design Date: 2012
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