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Haleh Sahabi

Daughter murdered at father's funeral

iranhumanrights.org: Interference by security and plainclothes agents in the funeral of prominent Iranian political activist Ezatollah Sahabi, including beatings of mourners, led to the death of Sahabi’s daughter Haleh, who suffered a fatal heart attack at the event today. “The shameful actions of government thugs in this incident reveal a deep contempt for traditions that belong to all Iranians, and they have resulted in a tragedy,” said Hadi Ghaemi, spokesperson for the Campaign. The Campaign called upon the Iranian Judiciary to investigate the incident at Ezatollah Sahabi’s funeral, and for Iran’s highest political and religious authorities to forbid security forces from any physical or psychological assaults or any other form of interference in funeral observances, regardless of the political views of the deceased and their families. A journalist present at the funeral procession of Ezatollah Sahabi, a prominent political activist, dissident, and a member of the Freedom Movement, told the Campaign that there was a large group of plainclothes and security forces present at the ceremony who beat a number of mourners >>>

01-Jun-2011
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amirparvizforsecularmonarchy

These days will be remembered as AN days of Iran.

by amirparvizforsecularmonarchy on

Just another phrase based on AhmadiNejad name, to call this period of Irans History, Known by many as Irans Dark Days.

I just had luch in a lebanese restaurant, where a guy from morrocco asked me where I was from, when I said Iran, he said, it used to be such a beautiful country in the 60's and 70's I travelled there alot, its very sad what happened.

People from the middle east genuinely feel sorry for us, they pity iranians and feel our pain.  He left with the words, hopefully you work together and bring your shah and freedom back.

And until we work together in service of Irans Culture, its unlkely the AN days will turn for the better.

 


Siavash300

Rastgoo and superior culture of Indo-Europeans

by Siavash300 on

"Gulf" might imply a gas station instead of a body of water that is bordered by the superior culture of the Indo-European Aryan people who live in Iran we'll pretend for the moment that our language is not heavily mixed with Turkish and Arabic and that we even look like them) Rastgoo

وقتی تومیگویی وطن بوی فلسطین میدهی
من کی نژاد عشق با تازی برابر میکنم


Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Rastoo reminds

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on

 

me of the old saying in Persina: Esme Zangi ro mizaran kafoor.


Roozbeh_Gilani

"if I was a liar I wouldn't be called "Rastgoo""

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

LOOOL, as they say round here! As far as the stupidity of islamist regime's cyber agents go you are heading right towards the top!

Find  someone with a few brain cells in the bassij branch you were so badly trained,  to read, understand and explain to you what I already told you:

"Your name rastgoo (the one who speaks truth) reminds me of the girl called Virginia, back in my student days,  who'd sleep with any of us  guys for a drink or two".

I hope they pay you more than a drink or two for all your  zer o zer on this blog! 

"Personal business must yield to collective interest."


Mash Ghasem

برای لمس آزادی

Mash Ghasem



تنم بد جوری میخواره

http://aramnejad.persianblog.ir/

 


Mash Ghasem

هفتم هاله سحابی؛ سه شنبه، ساعت پنج مقابل دفتر سازمان ملل

Mash Ghasem


چکیده :‌ قرار ما: خیابان پاسداران ، خیابان شهید گل نبی،
خیابان شهید ناطق نوری، بلوار شهرزاد، مقابل ساختمان سازمان ملل، ساعت ۵
تا ۷ عصر ...

http://www.kaleme.com/1390/03/16/klm-60793/

P.S. Doroj (that's another variation on Dorogh, instead of gh you use j) you were pretty much broken to begin with, don't blame it on anyone else. Which side are you on? Doesn't look like you're on the people's side. Ensan bash.


Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Re: To all my ultra-rightwing adversaries

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on

 

A man? I thought you were the reincarnation of NP :-)

Definition: Ultra Right wing - anyone who thinks murdering a woman at her fathers funeral is wrong. Anyone who thinks maybe Iranians are not adoring fans of AN/Khamenei/Islam. Anyone who thinks Iranians did not *love* being taken as slaves for the past 1400 years.


Rastgoo

To all my ultra-rightwing adversaries

by Rastgoo on

I hereby surrender my gloves.  You've proven that inaction and self deception are the norm on this web site and anyone who says the truth is labled as an agent.  And the funny part is you guys actually believe it! Unfortunately there are not enough non-ultra-rightwingers on this site to come to my assistance and I must admit it:  you guys have intellectually defeated me.  I write this note as a broken man.

Peace


Mash Ghasem

"Rastgo" George Orwell should be a very good reminder to people

by Mash Ghasem on

like you.

Think of the exact opposite, and there, thou shall find thy true meaning: a lying, amature propagandist.....cheers


Rastgoo

Siavash

by Rastgoo on

You're a nice guy but you're really cracking me up.  Are you really this naiive?  By the way you're right it's the "Persian Gulf" not just "Gulf".  It's the patriotic thing to do plus just calling it "Gulf" might imply a gas station instead of a body of water that is bordered by the superior culture of the Indo-European Aryan people who live in Iran (we'll pretend for the moment that our language is not heavily mixed with Turkish and Arabic and that we even look like them);)  Rest assured my ultra-patriotic friend, I am no agent of the Islamic Republic.  In fact I really don't like the clergy.  I was only stupid enough to suggest that the regime may be more popular than we think!  Please forgive my honest assertions and return my dignity to me. 

May the righteous light of Ahura Mazda guide us to victory

 


Rastgoo

Roozbeh

by Rastgoo on

You have the attention span of a 6 year old.  Has it ever occured to you that if I was a liar I wouldn't be called "Rastgoo"?  Duh


Siavash300

Just reminder for Mr. Rastgoo...

by Siavash300 on

Mr. Rastgoo:  

In case you receive money from these Islamic criminal gang who destroyed Iran for last 32 years, be aware that money you're receiving is a "blood money" of our brothers and sisters that lost their sweet lives in combat with Islamic devil on streets of Iran. This is just friendly reminder.

That money is a "blood money" of our dear sister Neda

That money is a "blood money" of our beloved brother Sohrab

That money is a "blood money" of our brave sister Taraneh Mosavi who was raped the night before her execution.

How could possibly any decent person with clear conscious can enjoy that money?

Sincerely,

Siavash


Roozbeh_Gilani

"Rastgoo"

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

You are a lier and get angry and abusive when caught. Back to basic training for you akhi :)

 "Personal business must yield to collective interest."


Rastgoo

Roozbeh

by Rastgoo on

You are paranoid and delusional.  Please get some help. Calling me an agent of the IRI....Why would you say that?

Wa-Salam alaikom va rahmatollah


Azarin Sadegh

A correction to what I wrote a few days ago

by Azarin Sadegh on

Yesterday I was at Dr. Sahabi and Haleh's memorial ceremony in LA, where I met my friend (Dr. Sahabi's family member) and I asked him about what he had told us previously (about Haleh being stabbed with a knife) and he said that it was what he had first been told by a middle-of-the-night-call from Iran...But now they know that actually Haleh's rib was broken and it had penetrated her "tahaal" and so she had died of extensive internal bleeding. (sorry for my lack of knowledge in medical terms..I have no idea what is "tahaal" in English)

They also said that another of their family members ended up with a broken leg and many others were brutally beaten and bruised. Now their main worry is about the coming "maraassem-e haft" on Tuesday.


Siavash300

Mr. Rastgoo, it is Persian Gulf, not Gulf

by Siavash300 on

"I personally believe that the seyads are the decendents of the clergy that were imported by the Safavieh from Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Gulf Arab countries to indoctrinate Iranians in Shiaism" Rastgoo

My friend, it is Persian Gulf countries, not Gulf Arab countries. Our Persian Gulf has name and it is Persian Gulf.


Roozbeh_Gilani

اصلا گور پدر این موش بدبخت!

Roozbeh_Gilani


بذار این موش تو رو هم بخوره!

نه، اصلا نه فقط تو و بقیه سربازان گمنام، (شاخه اینترنت) ، بلکه دکتر جونت و رهبر جونت رو هم بخوره!

حالا راضی‌ شودی یا پولم می‌خوای؟


Rastgoo

Roozbeh Jaan

by Rastgoo on

 Now that we are all friendly again:

تو رو هم موش بخوره ولی موش کور

:)


Roozbeh_Gilani

......

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

موش بخورتت!


Shokaran

You see??...I told ya!

by Shokaran on

These guys are very smart and strong minded! We should ask for more help from IRI to back us up!Maybe more money too!...Soon they will beat IRI and Iranian will conquer all the world and let the other races see how Iranian are superior to any other races! They are so intelligent that even they know some of Seyyeds are not IRI supporters! Wow!

Now being serious I like to show how you can have a healthy and polite conversation:

Dear Rastgoo, I like the way you approach the subject and in most cases I am agree with all your thoughts, except for regime popularity I don't believe this support is real, I find most of this support because of financial profit (like us!...lol) or being extremely religious and uneducated,and these guys are very active to come out and punish the IRI opposition, in the other hand oppositions are less by count but they are very sincear, Innocent and at the same time not brave enough to attack IRI in any way and that's why the war against regime doesn't go anywhere! Unless those religious majority gets educated!

Peace!


Roozbeh_Gilani

اوا، حالا داری قهر میکنی‌ مثل احمدی‌نژاد جونت؟

Roozbeh_Gilani


"Rastgoo" your angry sulking and name calling means nothing to me. As you failed to prove to the rest of the people on this blog the huge support you claimed the ilsamist regime has, just take this message to your paymasters at the ministry of etelaat of the Islamist regime:

Take your bassiji thugs off the streets of our country, Iran for one day only and we, the people of Iran, will tell you in our millions how hated and despised you murdering, thieving terrorists are!

But of course this will not happen . Not only because you are just a cyber propagandist and as such no one, but because your paymasters are even frightend of our dead!

Now come back with one of your other user ID's!

:)


Rastgoo

Roozbeh

by Rastgoo on

I never cursed.  I've said all along that this is all in good humor.  You on the other hand refuse to read and instead just pick childish fights.  Despite all my writings to indicate that I don't support the IRI you continue calling me an IRI supporter and all the other paranoid names.  Your propensity for anger is just like the IRI supporters!  Honestly man you should work on your reading skills.  In the future I will try to limit my dialogues with you to less than 3 sentences since you clearyly don't have the attention span to follow long intellectual discourses!  I hate to bring our relationship to such an abrupt end.  But you don't leave me a choice!  Over and out:)    


Roozbeh_Gilani

"راستگو جون"، حالا چرا فحش میدی؟

Roozbeh_Gilani


Instead of calling everybody names, just prove your ridculous claims about the islamist regime's popularity. Otherwise, get out and come back with one of your other user IDs. You have made enough fool of yourself for a day or two.

I think I've wasted enough time responding to your nonesense. Over and out !

"Personal business must yield to collective interest."


Shazde Asdola Mirza

ایرج میرزا ... صد سال پیش

Shazde Asdola Mirza


 

در ایران است تا ملا و مفتی

به روز بدتر از این هم بیفتی !


hirre

Iranian statistics is useless...

by hirre on

You never know what you get because people lie a lot. This is even shown by foreign statistics done in Iran (calling iranian residents to ask questions), some show one result, some show other results... Nothing is rock solid...

The main problem is that no matter how many hate the IR, the majority aren't ready to risk being beaten up or even die for the green movement (or any other movement). I fear it has become an iranian feature, that is, wanting something but not willing to sacrifice anything for it...

If we look at the street protests in Syria, more and more people are being killed and the people haven't stopped! During recent 2 months more than 1000 people have been killed in Syria (that is almost 10 times more than iranian deaths since 2009), but the arabs keep fighting! If this would be the case in Iran then the IR would be gone in a couple of months...

Unfortunately, either iranian people feel that the green movement isn't something to risk their lives for, or there is simply not enough followers of the green movement...Either way, this sends mixed signals to the rest of the world. How can e.g. the west help if it doesn't know if the majority of people are against or for the regime? It's time for people to actually support a non-compromising demonstration against the regime like what we see in Syria (also with the same currage as the arabs). Only then will the IR fall, just as the shah fell in 1979...


Rastgoo

Power corrupts

by Rastgoo on

If I understand you guys correctly you don't hate Arabs as a race.  Phew, that's good!  I'm glad:)  But you are still partial to generalizations.  What is this non-sense about Seyeds?  Do you honestly believe that just because they are Seyeds they are pro regime?  I know plenty of Seyeds and none of them is a regime supporter. 

I doubt the origin of the Seyad is what Siavash is claiming below.  As far as I know the Seyeds are decendents of the prophet through Fatimah.  Now, how true this lineage is is any one's guess.  I personally believe that the seyads are the decendents of the clergy that were imported by the Safavieh from Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Gulf Arab countries to indoctrinate Iranians in Shiaism. 

I hear that Khamenei was actually a progressive clergy before he became the vali.  He is reputed to be a man of poetry (Hafez and Saadi) and music (Tar).  I think that power really corrupted him into the disgrace that he's turned out to be.


Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Even Seyyeds hate

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on

 

I have some relatives by marriage who are "Seyyed". They hate the IRI as much as I do. In fact one of the Seyyeds told me to make sure my kids learn Iranian customs. Including NowRuz; Charshanbeh Soori and the rest. 

He told me: You know how important this is don't you? So please do not condemn all Seyyeds. Many of them have accepted Iranian culture. They are as good as any of us. It is the Khamenei and his ilk which are the problem. Not their race.


Siavash300

Mr. Rastgoo and Arabs

by Siavash300 on

"I hope you will see humanity the way that your father must have seen it:  all equal regardless of race, color or creed." rastgoo

My father died before to see the Soviet Union collepsed in 1988 and alll former KGB agents formed Russian Mofia involving human traffiking in Persian Gulf countries. My mother passed away before to see Khomainie came back and made cemetary from our beautiful country during shah's days. My mother was religious and wanted to end invasion of western culture which was comingled with sex,drug and blasphemy. I was lucky enough to see both my parents were wrong and history prooved our monarchy was best option for our people for success and prosperity. It still is. For those who really care about Iran, Crown Reza Pahlavi is the best way for progress of our country.

There is no way to compare Great civilalization of Greeks with nomad tribes of Arabs in Arabian peninsula. That is historical fact either you like it or dislike it. Similary to Roman and Persian. It has nothing to do with superiority or inferiority. Doctors who save lives have higher position than those who clean offices. If you look at them equally, then it would be injustice for those who save lives and perform more important task.

BTW, when we say lizard eater arabs, we referring to those who invaded Iran 1400 years ago in the battle of Ghadesayeh. NOT your buddies in U.S. They probably have better diet in terms of food than me. They probably eat steak more than I do. They never hurt anybody. Why should we hate them? but the barbric idea of lizard eater arab hurt our nation big time. it lash out in our modern time hitting twin tower in New York city and bomb explosion in Mardrid train leading to killing of 200 innocent people. It lashed out in our beloved homeland when over 500 innocent of our brothers and sister burn in Cinema rex and turned to ashes in few hours. Anyway,  We lost the battle of Ghadesayeh. The result was half breed arab bastards. In order those kids to be accepted in our Persian community we call them "Sayyed" means they are somehow related to prophet Mohammad and somehow related to God. But in reality they were illegitimate children of Arabs. Their offsprings also acquired that title and being called "Sayyed" such as Sayyed Ali Khamanie.

 


Rastgoo

To the gentlemen of the extreme right (Cont'd)

by Rastgoo on

Siavash:  I'm sorry about your parents.  I thought you were much younger. On the bright side you look good for your age:)  I don't believe in Persian or Aryan mastery but I respect your beliefs so long as they don't infringe on anyone else's rights and freedom.  What can I say, I know plenty of Iranian people with these unfortunate feelings and it deeply saddens me to see so much hubris in our culture.  Which is worse to believe in a superior race than to believe in a superior religion?  We all have to learn to get along and live with each other.  You and I probably have way more Arab blood in our veins than you may think.  Doesn't that make us "malakh khor" as well? I've had plenty of friends from the Arab world and I have never once heard them bad mouth Iran or Iranians.  They only have praise and respect for us.  Why can't we reciprocate?  Why do we have to always distinguish ourselves from others as being superior?  To me that's foolish.  I hope you will see humanity the way that your father must have seen it:  all equal regardless of race, color or creed.

Mash Ghassem:  You don't get it:  I want you to be right and me wrong. It's not about me and you it's about Iran.  I only wish to god that this regime was less popular than it is.  Regarding the polling you may be right but there were polls that were conducted from outside the country and they produced the same results.  Come on man why are you denying the truth? Why do we as a nation have such a hard time at believing anything?  Everything has to have hidden meanings and ulterior ramifications than what is obvious.  This type of thinking got us to see Imam's picture in the moon and the rest is history!!!?  As far as counting the votes you don't need to count 24 million votes to declare victors.  All you have to take a statistically significant sample (count a certain number of votes).

Roozbeh:  You are not reading and only talking.  Calling me a regime supporter is just plain wrong.  If you want to have an intelligent discourse prove to me that you have the capacity to read and weigh your response before blasting out venom. 

VPK:  I'm sorry to have offended you.  It's this damn Mexican food!  I think that you also suffer from Roozbeh's disease:  you don't read you just retort.  You are looking for a fight.  I'm looking for enlightenment.  I will give you an atomic wedgie when I see you someday (after we have an alcoholic drink together first).

Peace    


AMIR1973

Polls in North Korea

by AMIR1973 on

Polls in the Democratic People's republic of Korea (aka the Kim family regime) show 99.98% voter turnout, with 100% support for the regime-approved "political parties":

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elections_in_North_Korea 

 

There you have it: objective data that virtually all North Koreans support their regime. Do you have "non-circumstantial evidence" to the contrary? And why haven't the North Koreans (along with the Saudis, Moroccans, Algerians, Jordanians, etc) overthrown their governments (most of which have been in power a lot longer than the wildly popular mullah-led regime)? Because they too are also very, very popular. Please present evidence that they are not popular?