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Roozbeh_Gilani

Roozbeh_Gilani "Personal business must yield to collective interest."

I am saddened and very concerned about this happening to my people and that beautiful city of isfahan that I love and have visited many times......
Any true human being., let alone any Iranian with a shred of love for his motherland and it's people would be extremely concerned about this news, instead of making light joke out of it or pushing the blame to the "foreign enemy" per standard procedure by the Fascist islamist regime and it's propaganda apparatus.

FahimehMoghtader

fahimeh moghtader master degree in enginnering,love politics and have lived in the usa for more than 41 yrs

merci aghaye roozbeh i cannt agree with you more,i visited iran after 41 yrs and went to isfehan for 3 days,my best and i had the best time there with warm and very hospitable people and such a beautiful city,like most european cities,it was alive,and people were walking on the streets ,until late.i am very concern and sad,i hope that nothing tragic happens.

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sayyad.shaer

Sayyad Sha'er visit: www.sayyadshaer.com

What with all the Israeli viruses corrupting the systems controlling the reactors, I wouldn't be surprised. They are literally f---ing with fire, prepared to cause a Chernobyl accident in one of Iran's most beautiful and populated cities. And people here support them. It's really a shame.

IranFirst

IranFirst

BBC has reported the Radiation Leak in Isfahan

Source: BBC
http://news.bbc.co.uk/today/hi/today/newsid_9781000/9781575.stm
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Iranian authorities have advised the one and a half million people who live in Isfahan to leave the city if they can because pollution has now reached emergency levels. The same thing happened in the capital Tehran earlier this week. Kasra Naji works for the BBC's Persian TV service in London.

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy I Love Waterfalls and Find One of the most humorous things in the world; is the notion that Americans are a greater force for good & more civilized than Nazi's, Mullahs and Communists.

yes it says this at 8.50am

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Iranian authorities have advised the one and a half million people who live in Isfahan to leave the city if they can because pollution has now reached emergency levels. The same thing happened in the capital Tehran earlier this week. Kasra Naji works for the BBC's Persian TV service in London.

sayyad.shaer

Sayyad Sha'er visit: www.sayyadshaer.com

If an explosion or leak happens in Tehran the casualty count will be enormous. It's time people realize how dangerous this whole issue is.

G.Rahmanian

G. Rahmanian

Dear Yolanda,

The last three and a half decades have been sad for Iranians inside of Iran and those living in diaspora. I'm worried about my relatives living there.

Thanks for sympathizing with Iranian.

yolanda

yolanda

Dear GR,
We need more info on this matter. We don't know if it is an accident or sabotage! Anyway, it is bad news either way! I hope we have some good news in 2013!

P.S. I heard Esfahan is the most beautiful city in Middle East!

G.Rahmanian

G. Rahmanian

Dear Yolanda,

I'm not sure if I would put it that way. But Isfahan is absolutely beautiful. That is why it is called, "half of the world."

MRX2412

MRX2412

what's to worry? life in islamic paradise has no value what so ever and who knows if all the people in isfahan die from this may be it will speed up return of imam zaman!

sayyad.shaer

Sayyad Sha'er visit: www.sayyadshaer.com

Great, Iran has an outstanding track record for disaster preparedness. I can imagine the massive traffic jams already. God be with the people of Esfahan.

choghok

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

Is it April 1st already? Please read the sources before sending this kind of crap.

ruhany

Ruhany Just another traveller of life ...

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