NOOR GRADUATES: Princess Noor Pahlavi's High School Graduation Photos

NOOR GRADUATES: Princess Noor Pahlavi's High School Graduation Photos
by Darius Kadivar
Princess Noor Pahlavi Eldest Daughter of Crown Prince Reza Pahlavi and Princess Yasmine Pahlavi graduates from The Bullis School in the state of Maryland . Family Gathering with Grandma the Shahbanou Farah, and sisters Iman ( age 16) and Little Farah (age 6)

Photo Courtesy © Reza Pahlavi Profile:

Education: Lycée Rochambeau - French International School, Bethesda, Maryland, USA; The Bullis School, Potomac, Maryland, USA (class of 2010).

Further facts: She speaks English, Persian, French and Arab. At school she takes part in athletics and tennis competitions.

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Darius Kadivar

Nope David ET Jaan For your info the Second in line is a Boy ...

by Darius Kadivar on

Actually a Man by now In case RP were to be assassinated or die of natural death: 

PRINCE OF PERSIA: Ali Reza Pahlavi upon Graduation at Harvard University (1988) 

Hinted on this year's Nowrooz Photos too:


Until a Further notice by a voted amendment in an Elected Democratic Parliament upon Restoration RP 2's Constitutionally legal successor is Prince Ali Reza.

This is nothing new ... In the past this has been also the case when MRP was childless to Queen Soraya. His brother Gholam Reza as well as other Prince Ali ( Patrick) Reza were considered as possible heirs until the latter reached his majority at age 20 :


same for RP who was only Roi De Jure upon his 20th birthday when he took his Oath in Cairo not before and in accordance to his predecessor's last will :


Since contrary to your previous distorted claims the last Shah never abdicated.

But explaining the Oligarchic/Legitimaist Nature of our only Legitimate Constitution as opposed to the Republican Offspring of yours:

REPUBLICAN OFFSPRING: Massoud Rajavi at Tehran University during Presidential Campaign (1980) 

would be too complicated for your Elitist IRANICAN yet Novice Republican mindset to comprehend I'm afraid ...


But it never hurts to know that Massoud Rajavi was never Ever Elected President to claim to any historical legitimacy let alone a political one to impose his wife as the President to be.

Where as RP who whether one likes the concept of the monarchy or not is heir to the Peacock Throne ( as any other Prince of former Dynasties of Iranzamin, Qajar Included if they wish to run for the title) never claimed to want to step over his Constitutional prerogatives or impose it upon anyone before the people choose or not to restore the Monarchy and the Constitution upon which rests his legitimacy via a Referandum. A Constitution which even the last Prime Minister of Imperial Iran also expressed his wish to Restore Upon Regime change:



Comme on dit en France et Au Quebec A Chacun Sa Merde:


We have ours but we not only Assume it but like the smell ...


But You can't even come to terms with your own ...

REPUBLICAN OFFSPRING: Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani in Savak Prison (1970's)

Let alone acknowledge the smell of your own decaying Republic jeapordizing Iranzamin's Unity and YEK PARCHEGHI by triggering separatist demands and outcries ...

A Thought For Our Fellow Balouch Brothers and Sisters

Oh But Do Feel Free however to educate us about YOUR Republic but avoid trying to describe or Define what you clearly don't even grasp as a System of Government which prevails to this day in some of the most progressive European Democracies today which also happen to be Monarchies ...

But then again who needs Prozac when One's Opinion is loyal to the ever Fashionable IRANICAN Hezbeh Baad ? ...

SATIRE: The Burqa Republic of Our IRANICAN Dreams ;0) 

Hee Hee




David ET

Thank you benross for the info

by David ET on

So I presume they will try for a boy again or consider his brother or his family as potential heirs in case something happens to RP.


David ET

by benross on

I'm not sure what DK is cooking but in my book, the current constitution is subject to change, after being restored and freedom in Iran established.

I can hardly imagine, once monarchy confirmed in new constitution, there would be any specificity about the sex of the crown inheritance.

But right now, Reza Pahlavi has sworn to his obligations with regards to the current constitution and can not confirm something that the constitution doesn't allow him to do. He may express his personal view, but female crown inheritance should be ratified in a new constitution... which is a no brainer as far as I'm concerned.

Sargord Pirouz

My great grandfather was the

by Sargord Pirouz on

My great grandfather was the personal tutor for this girl's grandfather. There's a famous photo of the two, teacher and student, that I saw broadcast on Iran TV on my grandmothers B&W TV set, back in 1975.

So, yes, my comment does have a sense of family relevance, for those involved. Plainly put, the "problem" for folks like VPK, is that yours does not. 

David ET

Draiush "jaan" "LOL"

by David ET on

as always I have no idea what on earth you are mumbling about again, but then that is nothing new either:

One legitimate question and pages of nonesense response .

My diagnosis at this point is that you seem to have gone too far in your obsession and fallen in to an imaginary world of your own making..that is kind of like what happened to Imam's basijees and Rajavi's MEK's too

Anyway solutions are different, it can vary from cold showers whenever feeling too heated to getting on prozac or something on a regular basis but for sure reducing execessive exposure to the source of toxisity :-)

Veiled Prophet of Khorasan


by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on


Your problem is that you cannot tell the difference of Iranian and Arab.

The Pahlavi are Iranian and look Iranian as they are meant to and fine ones  at that. What you call assimilation is simply looking the way we are supposed to. You in your twisted mind think Iranians must look Arab. You are wrong. You are the one who is assimilated into the sick Tazi Islamic death cult. The Pahlavi look perfectly normal Iranian.


Darius Kadivar

DavidJaan Not surprising given that you never saw the difference

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between Bad and Worse ...

I Did ...

SATIRE: I voted ;0)


David ET

disproportionate and irrelevant response Dariush

by David ET on

Out of curosity, I asked a simple legitimate and innocent question, presuming they may have been asked this already and have given an answer.

I personally don't see a difference between a prince or princess;  king or queen.

Darius Kadivar

David Jaan the day you implement a Republic of Female Presidents

by Darius Kadivar on

Shirin Ebadi included Let alone Male Presidential Candidates Who will have other role models than Shariati ...

Iranian Democracy Activists: Ali Shariati, Mohammad Mosaddegh, Mohammad Khatami, Hussein-Ali Montazeri, Hamid Dabashi, Shirin Ebadi

LOST IN TRANSLATION: NIAC Welcomes Hamid Dabashi on Advisory Board

KNIGHTHOOD: Order of the Garter bestowed upon Mohsen Kadivar For Giving me a Bad Name ;0(

I will Salute your commendable endeavors ...

In the meantime just make sure that in your REPUBLIC the votes are counted ...

WOMEN GET TO VOTE: Female Crowd Gratefully Gather At Shah's Palace (1963)

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David ET

Crown Princess?

by David ET on

three girls so far , will they try for a boy again? or next one will be queen?

Farah Rusta

My dear Darius

by Farah Rusta on

Well said! The trouble is that some "never go"!!

Darius Kadivar

Obviously if you can't distinguish between Prince & Princess ...

by Darius Kadivar on

then indeed maybe the title should be dropped ... 

Melatteh Olagh ...




beautiful family


but prince noor? come on man. hendoone zire baghaleshon nazar.

Darius Kadivar

FR Jaan I guess Oscar Wilde Said it best in regard to SPink

by Darius Kadivar on

"Some cause happiness wherever they go; others, whenever they go."
 - Oscar Wilde

Farah Rusta

No Fear (I mean SP)

by Farah Rusta on

Wow! You not only are a military specialist, you are Fashion Analyst too? Where were you trained in such diverse fields?

Sargord Pirouz

Judging by their attire and

by Sargord Pirouz on

Judging by their attire and demeanor, the grandmother's influence is European, while the rest of them look typically American.

I wonder what old Reza Shah, the simple soldier turned monarch, would think of his descendants' utter assimilation.