Female Sailor in Iranian Navy fleet

by Tapesh

Iranian Female Sailor - Zahra Salarieh, an Iranian female sailor at work in the Persian Gulf.


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vildemose-e aziz,

by AMIR1973 on

I have a fair idea who "hass" is. He has his own worthless blog, where he vomits up boilerplate West-residing IRI Groupie talking points.


 Amir jan: Hastrical

by vildemose on

 Amir jan: Hass-terical thinks he is on 'useful-idiots' 's sites such as dailykos and other far-left wingers like "counterpunch"...lol

A state of war only serves as an excuse for domestic tyranny.--Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.


hass-terical is lying

by AMIR1973 on

The IRI's current life expectancy, infant mortality, and literacy rankings among nations are not even in the Top 100! And that at a time when the IRI has had some of the highest oil prices ever. Nice try, hass-terical  .-)


Yeah, what's the big deal?

by Cost-of-Progress on

So, the theocracy has allowed one female sailor onboard - BFD! Whoopdidi doo.....

Who're these coackroaches kidding? Let's talk when you:

- freedom to florish in places such as the press and media,

- attire (basic right of any human being to wear what they deem appropriate), How does this femal function on the ship with all the covering you make her wear?

- freeing political prisoners,

- letting go of assbackward mentality to hate everyone except other assbackward nations whose loyalty you purchase

- And above all stop stealing form my ancestral land's coffers

Those who bring up statistics need to go live there for a while and enjoy the "progress" instead of yapping here, or better yet, STFU.



by yolanda on

When are they going to allow the 2nd or 3rd female sailors, so this lady can have some friends or roommates onboard?


The reality of the "good old days"

by hass on

Life expectancy at birth in 1970-1975 was 55.3 years. For 2000-2005, it is was 70.3 years. Under-five mortality rate (deaths per 1,000 live births) in 1970 was 191. Today its 42. From 1975 through 1980 Iran's Human Development Index remained stagnant
at 0.569. By 1990 it was up to 0.693, and in 2002 it was 0.732.

Oon Yaroo

Why is this such a big deal? Wow, let's dood some esfand!

by Oon Yaroo on

When a nation loses its brains/orientation and plunges to the bottom of ocean it forgets that once upon a time it was on the surface!

35 years ago, the Imperial Iranian NAVY had female sailors and officers serving the nation right next to their male counterparts. 

Then, one day an evil man, Khomeini, who wanted to bring the nation down came and the nation of ship/sheep followed suit and the rest is history.

Fast forward to today when the ruins of that nation called IRR is so desperate that would sell its own mother to survive let alone declaring emancipation of women by showcasing a Basiji in its semi-submerged NAVY.

Let's open the champagne bottles and celebrate this great achievement and milestone.