The Iran conundrum

Interestingly enough, the Islamic regime has no fear of foreign invasion


The Iran conundrum
by Amil Imani

Underneath all conquests and expansions, underneath all the frivolous wars over religious differences, underneath all the oppression and tyranny, underneath all the motives of greed for wealth, underneath all the wars over injustices, lies one single drive:  to dominate. The passion to dominate, control and rule over one's fellow humans is an ancient impulse. It goes back to prehistoric times when certain individuals had the desire to force their will upon those around them.

The Islamic Republic of Iran is not an exception to this rule. They, too, have ruled over defenseless Iranians for nearly 29 years with iron fists and absolute power and are not ready to relinquish this power before taking down millions of innocent lives with them.

The 7th century barbaric ruling of Sharia has caused millions of Iranians to flee their country. Those remaining have been subject to mass slaughtering, thousands upon thousands of fabricated arrests and thousands more torn away from their homes and their families. They have been subjected to tortures, made to confess to crimes they never committed, and then been either exterminated or sent back to medieval Islamic torture chambers where they simply faded away. It is difficult for many people to even talk about these horrible tragedies and genocides, which continue to exist to this date in Iran.

Similar to the Nazis who possessed a vast and destructive power apparatus, its new rival, the Islamic Republic, is on the same path of destroying the civilized world. Why the world "looks the other way" about the homicidal, genocidal actions of the Islamic Republic of Iran, is a very good question many Iranians would like to have answered. Had the Nazis won the war, they would have slaughtered tens, perhaps hundreds of millions more around the world and enslaved the peoples of Poland, France, Ukraine, Russia and other countries, something the Islamic Republic is dreaming about.

In 1979, upon returning from his long exile, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini set the stage for gaining absolute power via primitive 7th century Sharia or Islamic law and by employing hundreds of thousands of overzealous revolutionary guards and militia police to repress the opposition elements within the country. The year 1979 was the beginning of the rejuvenation of the evil empire of Islam in Iran.

The execution of thousands of prisoners of conscience by the direct order of the founder of the Islamic revolution, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, reached its pinnacle in the summer of 1988. In his famous speech in 1988, Khomeini said, "Those who are in prisons throughout the country and remain committed to their support for the “Monafeqin” (anti-revolutionary) are waging war on Allah and are condemned to execution....Kill the enemies of Islam immediately. As regards the cases, use whichever criterion that speeds up the implementation of the [execution] verdict."

Corruption and mismanagement, combined with the huge allocation of resources to acquire nuclear weapons, are bound to burden the country’s badly ailing economy that will likely bury the Mullahs in the rubble of their own making and grant them their death wish. Regrettably, these purveyors of death aim to hurt and kill many innocent people along the way to the same inevitable looming graves as their rival, the Nazis, ended up in.

Interestingly enough, the Islamic regime has no fear of foreign invasion. This is a very important piece of information for the west; ‘the only true fear within the rulers of the Islamic jihadists in Iran is coming from the Iranian people.’ What the world can do at this point is a huge question. Some suggest military solutions of various types, ranging from surgical bombings of Iran’s nuclear facilities, to military occupation of its oil-producing regions along the Persian Gulf, to a full occupation of the country.

Each and every one of these trigger-happy solutions is doomed to failure since they will play directly into the hands of the Mullahs. Any military action against Iran will encounter Iranians’ fierce sense of national pride that would rally the people to the support of the regime. Military actions would compound the problem by creating a greater worldwide Islamic solidarity against the perceived “Crusaders-Zionists” conspiracy.

The modern manifestation of the Islamic Caliphate has reincarnated into the "Islamic Republic" of Iran, which has been holding the majority of Iranians hostage for the past 29 years. The Islamofascists ruling the country hope to realize their expansionist master plan after defeating the people of Iran, and ultimately unleashing their reign of Islamic terror on the rest of the world in succession. Hence, the importance of Americas’ support for the Iranian people (not because of altruistic and an unselfish regard for others, but as self-interest) cannot be overemphasized.

Islam is no longer in its own self-made cage. It has broken out and has established a powerful presence in much of the non-Islamic world. Islam is a charter of submission. It is a sworn enemy of freedom and views western democracy as heresy. Freedom and tyranny are incompatible. We can no longer be complacent about events in a distant world affecting alien people. Distances are bridged and alien people are now diverse members of the human family.

That is how the Iranians learned first hand the meaning of Islamic justice. That is how the Iranian Muslims gained first hand experience of the rotten laws of Islam in their society. And that is why, after 29 years of incessant indoctrination of Islamic scripture, Iran has the largest anti-Islam and Sharia law population in the Muslim world, and a huge pro-western youth. However, some people have become skeptical of US policies after the recent US reaction to two brave Iranian asylum seekers at the US Embassy in Dubai.

The US Embassy in Dubai recently handed over to the Islamic authorities two of the bravest sons and heroes of Iran, Majid Kavousifar, 28, and his nephew, Hossein Kavousifar, 24, who were hanged for the alleged murder of a Islamic terrorist judge, Hassan Moghaddas.

Why the US Embassy handed over those two Iranian heroes to the Islamic authorities still remains a mystery in the minds of many Iranians. Could it be perhaps because they assassinated a murderous judge? Then, the next question that comes to mind is: when would a murder be justifiable? In denying asylum to these two young and brave heroes, the resulting series of events led to their deaths.  Thus, it is understandable that Iranian communities worldwide are expressing skepticism about the US’s good-will, these days.

In conclusion, the Mullahs’ Iran is the heart and the nerve center of the battle with the U.S. Any mistake by either side poses a great threat to the survival of the other. The best match for the ruthless Mullahs and their hired Islamic storm troopers are the Iranian warriors themselves. The people of Iran themselves are the best solution to the present Iranian conundrum. However, the valiant Iranians need a bit of help from the outside world, and they need it now.

Amil Imani is an Iranian-born American citizen and pro-democracy activist residing in the United States of America. Imani is a columnist, literary translator, novelist and an essayist, who has been writing and speaking out for the struggling people of his native land, Iran.  He maintains a website at



Muslims Against Sharia

by Anonymous911 (not verified) on

Muslims Against Sharia condemn, in the strongest possible terms, the decision of Columbia University to provide a speaking venue for Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

Apparently letting Akbar Rafsanjani speak at the National Cathedral was not the height of American Dhimmitude, because providing a venue for the world's foremost anti-Semite, whose proclaimed goal is the destruction of the USA and Israel, definitely takes the cake. What is surprising is that we don't hear any complaints from Columbia alumni who should be ashamed of their silence.
This is from the group's website:


Brothers and Sisters!
Do not make the next generation of Muslims clean up your mess!
Fight Islamic Fascism now, so your children won't have to!
Meanwhile... The Columbia Dean says that the university would invite Hitler as well!
Actually, Columbia did invite Hitler.

** Sign the petition HERE against Columbia's disgraceful invitation to Ahmadinejad.



Re: IranianDude

by jamshid on

IranianDude, I am glad you are not an Islamist.


You are saying that I should get over about what happened 1400 years ago. Why should I? The current regime and a good number of Iranian moslems are still spreading lies about 1400 years ago in ways that does not benefit my country. If the likes of me don't counter it then what?


Take emam Hussein for instance. After 1400 years, we are still hiting ourselves on our chests with chains over someone who is not only dead but he was as anti-iranian as it could be. I find it shameful that Iranians are worshiping dead Arabs. The only way to counter this is to talk about something which belongs to 1400 years ago.


You then say this: " I know that for political reasons Pahlavi textbooks drummed this anti-Arab propaganda into our heads (after all, the Shah supported the Israeli state and Mossad helped establish SAVAK)..." I disagree for many reason:


1. Who taught you that these propoganda were drummed up because of Shah and Israel, Mosad, Savak, etc? Who taught you this? Or Is this you own thoughts? The propoganda you are refering to was born and started during the reign of Reza the first. In that time, Israel didn't even exist! There was no Mosasd, no Savak! Do you realize how wrong you are?


2. These were not "anti-arab" propoganda at all. They were propoganda geared to familiarize Iranians with their past history. What is so wrong with that? And along these re-familiarization, there were references to the atrocities arab invaders committed against Iranians. What do you want to do? Hide the truth from Iranians? I for one, I am very glad and forever thankful to Pahlavis for awakening Iranians about their past history.


I can't believe that the baseless hatred some Iranians have towards the Pahlavis could make them so blind that they would say the reintroduction of Iranian history to the people was "anti-arab" "propoganda" and it was a "pro-israeli" thing. I could believe it if it was 1978 when it was "chic" to be anti-pahalvi, but today?


The US has been only around

by NN (not verified) on

The US has been only around for 214(+-) years and to declare that all of our problems we have had to deal with for centuries are the US fault is demented and further discredits the comment.


Reply to Jamshid

by Iranian dude (not verified) on

Jamshid, I am not an Islamist. In fact, I am an agnostic, and my wife is a non-religious American Christian...As far as Salman-e Farsi and the Arab invasion, please get over it already! It took place 1300 years ago. Even the Mongol invasion of Iran happened more recently (in 1256). I know that for political reasons Pahlavi textbooks drummed this anti-Arab propaganda into our heads (after all, the Shah supported the Israeli state and Mossad helped establish SAVAK). The IRI has been bad for Iran, deprives Iranians of their rights, and has committed unjustified violence against many Iranians. Iran's leaders must be held accountable by the Iranian people, and I hope that they will be in the not-too-distant future. But we also have to realize that Uncle Sam is Iran's enemy in the longer term than the rotten mollahs. You can't consider Islam as Satan's religion, and yet say that you love a nation in which 99% of the population is Muslim. Many Iranians hate the mollahs, and yet are proud to call themselves Muslim. A sinister fool and clown like Amil Imani cannot see that, because his hatred of Islam and Muslims is so obsessive and pathological. should be ashamed for giving this "freedom-loving" Nazi propagandist a podium in which to write the same article 10,000 times in a row, i.e ISLAM = THE DEVIL...Anyway, "felan khodahafez".


Re: IranianDude...

by jamshid on

Iranian Dude,


I am totally opposed helping the US against Iran. But I have a questions I would like to ask you and if you are not an Islamist, then I would like to pause this questions to the Islamists too.


Iranian dude says that "any animal who ask the US to "help" Iran is either a stupid beast or a filthy traitor." Which I totally agree with.


The question I have is this: Are there any conditions under which, your statement could be wrong? Is What you said dependent on a specific period of history?


If the answer is no, then please why doesn't an Islamist out there tell me about the "Iranian animals that ask the Arab invaders 1400 years ago for "help"? Were they "either a stupid beast or a filthy traitor" too? If yes, why you Islamists are so much in love with Salmane Farsi and his gang?


Just a general question.


Iranian patriots oppose Uncle Sam's subhuman puppets, like Amil

by Iranian dude (not verified) on

First of all, Darth is either a White Trash piece of scum or a dimwitted Iranian putting on an act. Either way, a well-placed IED can take care of a microbe like this. Almost four thousand White Trash soldiers have been killed in Iraq, despite the fact that Uncle Sam spends about $400 billion dollars of our tax dollars every year so it's army can keep invading other people's countries.

Second of all, this animal Amil Imani doesn't know that the U.S. government (but NOT the American people) has been the enemy of Iranians and other people in the world decades before the IRI existed. The mollahs will be out of power in a few years. However, the cancer known as the U.S. government will still be plaguing Iranians, the same way it destroyed the American Indians, Vietnamese, etc. Uncle Sam is Iran's enemy, and any animal who aks it to "help" Iran is either a stupid beast or a filthy traitor. Either way, real Iranians will destroy those traitors who work with Uncle Sam.


It is time!

by Darth (not verified) on

It is time! For the last 30 years, America has taken it in the shorts from Iran. No more! Your time is up! For those of you left after the carnage, we will restore another master over you.


Non Violent General Strike would paralyse Seyyeds

by alimostofi on

The Seyyeds in Iran are actually losing against real Iranians. 30 years ago the Iranians were not aware of what pests these Seyyeds were. Now we know them as clear and present danger. That means that one war, and that is the war in the minds of Iranians has been won.


The second war of dialogue is always being won, and more and more Iranians are able to express themselves from places like to the remotest blog on the net.


So the only area where there has not been direct confrontation, is in the face to face action scenario. And that will not be possible as the Seyyeds have the ammunition and blind belief to kill. So a threat of General Strike will need to be impressed upon them. One day not one piece of bread will be given to Mesbah Yazdi & Co.


It is as simple as that. Shiver Seyyed. Good Thoughts Good Words Good Deeds is winning.


Ali Mostofi



Someone please explain...

by jamshid on

Could someone please explain this to me once and for all?


Islamists beleive that due to the corrupt and incompetent ruling kings and priests at the end of the Sasanid dynasty, when the Arabs invaded Iran, the Iranian people who were fed up with the Sasanids greeded the Arabs with "open arms."


Then I read in the postings of the very same Islamists, that despite of the corruption and incompetence of the ruling clergy in Iran, if the US attacks Iran, the Iranians people who are alreadye fed up with the mullahs are nevertheless going to oppose the US with fierce opposition due to national pride.


So which one is it? When their own ruling class is corrupt and incompetent, do Iranians oppose invaders and their message of Islam/Democracy/etc..., or do they greed them with open arms?


Islamists of the world... Please make up your funny minds...


The un-Iranian mullahs are

by Nay (not verified) on

The un-Iranian mullahs are only slightly less interested in war than the United States is.

A lot of good things happen from their long-term perspective.

I think they see what the US is having to do in Iraq, and they like their chances.

Plus history shows that the best way for an unpopular regime to hold power is to unite the people against a foreign enemy.

They may be taking a calculated risk.

Wars are strange things; they occur only when both sides are wrong in their assessment of their own capabilities and intentions, and those of their prospective adversaries, but both where sides of the conflict have clear and unambiguous conflicts of interest that they are willing to damage and take damage into order to win.

At the heart of it all, the only reason war between the United States and Iran is even realistic is that both countries feel they have a shot at winning.


Yes fear for loss of human beings

by Anonymous77 (not verified) on

Listen Seyed or mullah Anonymous. Yes fear for loss of human beings unlike your master non-Iranian mullahs who got Iranains as hostage and slaves.

You are an Islamist murder to your bone. Your comment about daughter of this site on Amir's Ramazan pictures unmasked your soul. A murderer blood controls you.


who said they dont have fear?

by Anonymousss (not verified) on

just because they dont show it doesnt mean they dont fear it.

What do u expect them to do, show themselves peeyin in ther pants?