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salmanfarsi

salman farsi   For an Islamic democracy

Brother sweet
You can't tell the difference between fact and phakt brother.

mousa67

mousa67 offering free psychotherapy sessions to those suffering from potentialy suicidal mental condition known as "islamism"

I have completely gone off the color green, due to it's association with islam.
i am all for red / blue combo which appears in the flags of most democracies.

faraway

faraway

Who is the cartoonist? They are all wearing GREEN aba..?

salmanfarsi

salman farsi   For an Islamic democracy

Brothers who said this was an Islamic Revolution?

Just because Khomeini called it Islamic you believed him? You didn't believe everything else he said did you brothers? Then how come you believed this one?

sweet

sweet

Are you stupid? or are you just pretending to be? No one is listeing to Khomeini. We are looking at facts in Libya, Tunisia, Egypt, and now Syria. It's all been an Islamic revolution. They are all now under sharia Law. They all went from secular to Islamists.

Roozbeh_Gilani

Roozbeh_Gilani "Personal business must yield to collective interest."

Good cartoon. BTW, Using religion and religious establishment to counter, hijack and then defeat very just, forward looking and popular revolutions is not limited to Islam. Spain's General franco's fascist dictatorship had the solid backing of the catholic church. So did Mussilini's Italian Fascist dictatorship. In short, all religions, with their routes firmly embeded in superstition will always remain the natural allies of forces opposed to progress. So it is not a co-incidence that in France and Russia for example, the chrches and priests became the immediate targets of attack and destruction for victorious revolutionaries,
But that is not the end of the story. within religious establishment itself, we can see individual forces who will side with people and their progressive aspirations. In our own iran, ayatollah Taleghani was a good example of that. In latin america, local catholic church priests did side with people against fascist dictatorship.
Now given the religious beliefs of the masses of people, in particular in muslim countries, a serious "student of Revolution", should approach this matter with extreme care and caution.....

choghok

choghok Your enemie's enemy is necessarily not a friend.

Nice, they could also put some Basiji, I wonder what is in next revolution's Trojan horse.

G.Rahmanian

G. Rahmanian

DM Jaan,

I love your writing style. Your caveat is hilarious!

Kyle6

Doctor Mohandes Beware. BS detector onboard!

GR aziz

I appreciate the compliment.
I have been in the company of great writers such as yourself and many other brilliant contributors on this site.

G.Rahmanian

G. Rahmanian

IranFirst Jaan,

Thanks for the link. It says FaithFreedom, but nothing pertaining to freedom from filth. And as such rituals go, the believers are in dire need of being led through the hellfire to be "eternally" cleansed of the physical and spiritual filth they accumulate throughout their "sinful" lives.

G.Rahmanian

G. Rahmanian

Can anyone tell me why these people look so unclean? Haven't they heard of the concept of hygiene.

Kyle6

Doctor Mohandes Beware. BS detector onboard!

GR jan

Perhaps it is because some people are incessantly obssessed with wearing the crap they believe in their minds on their sleeves and well...in this case on the faces.

Pay attention people, I DID say SOME and did not generalize. Go on now, carry on with your dastardly deeds.