مصاحبه الهه بقراط با رضا پهلوی

by CallmeRed

مصاحبه الهه بقراط با رضا پهلوی در تلویزیون ایرانیان


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Banafsheh Zolfaghari

Embarrassment to whom?

by Banafsheh Zolfaghari on

Who, what, where, when, how?

A last minute cancellation?  

Not exactly respect is it?

But then again who respects anything about Iran, Iranians, Human Rights or anyone who calls him/herself oppostion to the Islamist rapists?

The only question is WHO should really be the most embarrased by this act? The group?  It's spokesperson?  Or the courageous German Parliament?

Better yet, or me? For even caring to waste my preciousssssss time to follow, for a second, this long-failed opposition!

Shame, shame on us all!  (Meanwhile bunch of loosers are worried about titles and mitles!!)  

As my youngest girl would say:  Get on with it already!


منظورم آقای حسین علاء می بود


سو تفاهم نشود


Mohammad Ala

Thanks hamvatans

by Mohammad Ala on

As anglophile mentioned I am not related to Hossein Ala.  In my Ala tree there is no Hossein which goes back to 400 years.  From father side, we are deep rooted Azeri's.

I thought Admin said that the use of profanity was not permitted!! Also, it seems some members do not have a sense of humor.

As an Azeri, we say ajar Iran ol ma sa, binim vojodom ol ma sin (Cho Iran nabashad, tan-e man mabad) 



by Fatollah on

خدایش رحمت کند این مرد سالار صفت، آقای محمد علاء مرد وطن پرست و ایران دوست،
یادش گرامی


شاهزاده رضا ول معطلند


بیش از 80 در صد مردم ایران در انتظار ظهورند

و تا زمانی که چنین است  ایجاد یک سیستم دموکراسی و سکولار در ایران غیر ممکن است

هم اکنون میبینیم که تنها حکومت سکولار در منطقه در چه وضعی بسر میبرد...تا جایی که حکومت های غیر سکولار با تمام قوا ...و با تمام وسائل  ممکن  سوریه را در تنگنا قرار داده اند

آقای شاهزاده میفرمایند که مذهب یک چیز خصوصی ست....بسی اشتباه...وقتی آن مذهب اسلام باشد

من چشمم آب نمیخوره...

اگه جور دیگه ای شد بزنید تو سر من



by anglophile on

For your information Dr Mohammad Ala is not related to Hossein Ala, the one time prime minister and the court minister.


Reza P is The Best Choice for

by Azarbanoo on

a constitutional monorch in IRAN.  Iranians must think and support him from all over for a NEW CHANGE which is Freedom & Democracy.


To m. Ala

by Aarash4545 on

Yes Kako... You'll be the first to kiss his ass when he returns as RS II.

It runs in your family.. we haven't forgotten Ala the Court Minister of yester years..

Arash Kamangir

Europeans will not help

by Arash Kamangir on

Reza Pahlavi must have found out long time ago for himself that you cannot count much on Europeans in the struggle against IR. He has to organize an armed force with help of Israel that necessarily can act against IR. IR will not go without a fight. Isn't this clear to everyone yet?!

Darius Kadivar

Nope JJ Jan "Roi de Jure" (aka "King Apparent") ;0)

by Darius Kadivar on

No actually he is only "Roi de Jure" aka "King apparent" Reza Shah II based on his Oath in exile but he is not Shah per se yet as long as he has not made his public Oath in Front of Parliament and eventual coronation ( which most Modern Monarchies except England have limited to a simple ceremony)...

Just like King Juan Carlos in 1975:


Ceremony of Oath of King Juan Carlos I


who prior to his Coronation was merely : Prince Juan Carlos Alfonso Víctor María de Borbón y Borbón-Dos Sicilias ( who was not even Born in Spain but Rome Italy where the hospital where he was born was declared Spanish Territory for the day )

Notice by the way that King Juan Carlos was never Crowned but took his Oath with the Crown of Spain placed on a cushion in Parliament ...

As Such until he genuinely takes Oath in Office Crown Prince Reza's official title is Shahzadeh or Shapour or King apparent Reza Shah Dovom by pledge to the previous Constitution ...

If a New Constitution is drafted he will have to pledge his Oath to respect the New Draft but that does not change his Royal Attributes but merely defines his new Royal Prerogatives ...

If Iran becomes a Republic he remains a Prince and heir to the Royal Dynasty he represents ...

That was the case for instance for King Simeon II of Bulgaria ( in his case he was King but as a boy for a few months under a Regency Council due to his father's sudden death) who returned to his country as merely PM of the newly declared Republic :

REPUBLICAN PRINCE: Simeon II of Bulgaria From King to Prime Minister

but after his term in Office he became a simple Citizen ( under the current Republic) but he maintained his royal status and has not given up his claim to the Throne if the Monarchy were to be restored. He just merely has not expressed himself on the issue of an eventual Restoration by respect for the Republican Constitution.

Same is true for any other Dynastical family Heir like the Qajars, Afshars etc ...

A Qajar PRince for instance is no less no more legitimate than a Pahlavi Prince. One can at best argue that given that the Monarchy tries to maintain a historical continuity that when Monarchies are restored they usually and nearly always have restored the last ruling Monarchy ... otherwise might as well conduct a DNA test and look for the direct descendent of Cyrus the Great which is virtually impossible ...

Even Queen Elizabeth II is not the direct heir to the First Kings or Queen's of England let alone the Tudor King Henry VIII but of distant cousins and indirect bloodlines.

But supporters of the Monarchy and a given dynasty are free to call the man or woman they consder as their Legitimate Sovereign or heir: Shah .or Shahbanou ...

Constitutionalists however demand that the Oath be officialized before an Elected Parliament ...

But I'm glad that you have converted to the first category of supporters of REZA SHAH DOVOM ...

At least "Apparently" ...

Good To Be The King



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by CallmeRed on

ok JJ (do you mind if I use your initials instead of your title?!!) how about this:  "Reza Shah the Great, crownless but hopeful"!

DK., I just copied what was on the clip (as you see.) I did not mean to despise him or anything. However, I continue calling him, Reza Pahlavi!

he is a gentleman. even if he was not third generation of a Royal family, I would still like him. 

Some people care about titles and some don't!

Mohammad Ala

Javid JahanShah or Javid Shah?

by Mohammad Ala on

There is no Shah now, so Javid Kako.

Jahanshah Javid

Excuse me!

by Jahanshah Javid on

Reza Pahlavi? Shahzadeh?


Get it right. Or else :)

Darius Kadivar

'Shahzadeh' Reza Pahlavi nah Reza Pahlavi

by Darius Kadivar on

Unlike Anchors of the BBC and Deutche Welle That is also the correct way that Elaheh Boghrat addresses his Majesty too in this interview...  

A Royal Remains a Royal unless beheaded ... 


Zende Baad Padeshah