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At last, the truth comes out!

Balatarin

 

Finally, the truth has come out.

The massive efforts to destroy NIAC and silence the Iranian-American voice for peace did not come from within our own community. As this remarkable new exposé reveals, this campaign was funded, directed and coordinated by a small but powerful group of prominent pro-war neoconservatives. It was headed by Daniel Pipes, a longtime advocate of the Mujahedin and war against Iran.

As you will see, their own emails reveal that these neoconservatives instructed Iranian writers what to write against NIAC, how to write it, and where to publish it. (There efforts are visible right here on Iranian.com, by a small but vocal click.)

This was not done on a shoe-string budget. They spent several million dollars to silence the voice of Iranian Americans, starting with NIAC. People like Sheldon Adelson ­ the billionaire who tried to buy the last election - footed the bill.

These elements do not want Iranian Americans to have an independent voice in the United States - and they certainly don't want an effective Iranian-American voice that stands in the way of their dreams of war.

Despite spending millions of dollars, their scorched-earth campaign has failed to destroy us.

We are here. We are strong. And we are growing!

But there is a difference between their failure and our success.  At the beginning of this month, we set a goal of raising $100,000 to help make 2013 a turning point for peace, not another war.

So far, we have raised $75,000. We can still meet our goal, but not without your support.


Help strengthen our voice by making a generous contribution of $100 ­ or an amount right for you.  All contributions are tax-deductible and help us to keep building a strong Iranian-American voice for peace in Washington, DC.

 

 

Thank you and have a great 2013!

/Trita Parsi

Balatarin

Trita Parsi @tparsi

Trita Parsi is the 2010 recipient of the Grawemeyer Award for Ideas Improving World Order. He is the founder and president of the National Iranian American Council and an expert on US-Iranian relations, Iranian foreign politics, and the geopolitics.

Washington DC

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masoudA

masoudA

Mr. Parsi
For further clarifications - can you provide us with the names aor the Elementary School and Middle School you attended in Sweden and under what name?

SoosanKhanoom

akaDarya With life as short as a half-taken breath, don't plant anything but love. - Rumi

@ruhany

Could you please stop lecturing? All the bloggers on this site have been given the option to delete any comment they wish ( no question ask / no need for any explanation ). That is the policy of new Iranian.com which many have been practicing.

Furthermore, no one owes anyone anything here and certainly, NOT the NIAC. NIAC, its interns, its founder, and its supporters on this site have been the subject of the most abusive and insulting comments possible by many whom some of which have dared to show up on this very blog only to shake the boat. They can cry wolf as much they want.

ruhany

Ruhany Just another traveller of life ...

Thank you for clarification of Iranian.com policy Soosan Khanoom! ...

Under the same policy All the bloggers on this site have given the option to lecture as they wish ( no question ask/no need for explanation) specially polite lectures in low tunes! . I am continuing to quote yourself: That is the policy of new Iranian.com which many have been practicing.

Knowing this policy and also the rights and privileges that comes with, I exercise my rights of giving lectures in a polite civilized way, and you exercise your rights defending Mr Trita Parsi's Censorship policy of deleting polite comments and questions of Iranian Americans whom he claims he represents.

You like Mr Parsi can exercise your "rights" to insult the intellect of all the visitors of this site, for not trusting their understanding of good, bad, and ... by deleting and blocking and ...!

One more thing : I am sure there is nothing in Iranian.com policy which allows bloggers to act like grandparents! so Could you please stop acting like one?

SoosanKhanoom

akaDarya With life as short as a half-taken breath, don't plant anything but love. - Rumi

Ruhany

Please address me ONLY when you reply to me ... I am responsible for what I wrote not Trita .

Actually, Trita kindly has explained why he did that.
No need to accuse him of anything ....
Are we clear on that ?
I do not want you to ever come back and punish him for the crime ( if any ) of mine ! Understood ! OK... now, let us move on ...
I can write a book quoting from the usual suspects in terms of all the accusations and insults that they have been bestowing upon NIAC on this site and that is just for the last two years that I have been here. I have seen no intellect in them in dealing with NIAC..... I have seen nothing but swearing, cursing, coarse language, foul speech, dirty words, 'cussing', vulgar language, inappropriate language , and strongly impolite and offensive comments. Intellect my foot ....

If you want to take this further ... we can start our own conversation in a new blog .... no need to reply here ... you start the blog and cc me .. I'll be there !

And, one more thing I like to be a grandmother, there is nothing more sweet than that ... Who knows may be one day you may need my support when you are under unfair attacks on this site...

: )

ruhany

Ruhany Just another traveller of life ...

“Censorship is the tool of those who have the need to hide actualities from themselves and from others. Their fear is only their inability to face what is real, and I can't vent any anger against them. I only feel this appalling sadness. Somewhere, in their upbringing, they were shielded against the total facts of our existence. They were only taught to look one way when many ways exist.”
~ Charles Bukowski

SoosanKhanoom

akaDarya With life as short as a half-taken breath, don't plant anything but love. - Rumi

@ruhany

Could you please stop lecturing? All the bloggers on this site have been given the option to delete any comment they wish ( no question ask / no need for any explanation ). That is the policy of new Iranian.com which many have been practicing.

Furthermore, no one owes anyone anything here and certainly, NOT the NIAC. NIAC, its interns, its founder, and its supporters on this site have been the subject of the most abusive and insulting comments possible by many whom some of which have dared to show up on this very blog only to shake the boat. They can cry wolf as much they want.



ruhany

Ruhany Just another traveller of life ...

Thank you for clarification of Iranian.com policy Soosan Khanoom! ...

Under the same policy All the bloggers on this site have given the option to lecture as they wish ( no question ask/no need for explanation) specially polite lectures in low tunes! . I am continuing to quote yourself: That is the policy of new Iranian.com which many have been practicing.

Knowing this policy and also the rights and privileges that comes with, I exercise my rights of giving lectures in a polite civilized way, and you exercise your rights defending Mr Trita Parsi's Censorship policy of deleting polite comments and questions of Iranian Americans whom he claims he represents.

You like Mr Parsi can exercise your "rights" to insult the intellect of all the visitors of this site, for not trusting their understanding of good, bad, and ... by deleting and blocking and ...!

One more thing : I am sure there is nothing in Iranian.com policy which allows bloggers to act like grandparents! so Could you please stop acting like one?

ruhany

Ruhany Just another traveller of life ...

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ruhany

Ruhany Just another traveller of life ...

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ruhany

Ruhany Just another traveller of life ...

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ruhany

Ruhany Just another traveller of life ...

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ruhany

Ruhany Just another traveller of life ...

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Roger_Rabbit

Roger_Rabbit Framed

Trita

Have you sent your condolences to Hooman Majd since his father passed away last month? If not make sure you remind him that his father was seeping Saki in Tokyo funded by the Shah while your father was seeping Aab- khonak Iain the Shahs prison.

Only the great regime of Tehran can marry their sons to one another - and as we know it has done it ?