Manouchehr Mottaki

Sacked foreign minister's parting words


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Tagheer Kalameh

by ali_aaa on

متکی نوشته میشود متکا خوانده میشود


Please watch this post!

by Souri on

The video is inexistant!

Either it has been removed or can't be loaded!

Don't know what's wrong, but I can't watch the video.

The good behavior of the people, warms our heart and make us thankful.....  And the bad ones, just make us to recognize and appreciate the good ones!


Has he won an Oscar?

by Benyamin on

He is thanking everyone even his "crirics"! trying to present a brave face and "a kinf Islamic face" as his master told him to do so. But we all know nothing less than "fosh e khaar madar" is being exchanged between him and Ahmadinejad.

Ari Siletz

Disrespectful !

by Ari Siletz on

Mr. Mottaki, next time you feel you can't reveal what's on your mind, just say "I'm sorry, I can't comment right now," and stop wasting the journalists' and their readers/listeners time. Folks find it less disrespectful than dodginess. If you need to thank the "academy" send them a letter; this ain't the Oscars. Or didn't they teach you that in foreign ministry school?

Darius Kadivar

Ce n'est Qu'un Au Revoir Mon Frère ...

by Darius Kadivar on


More rifts within...

by Khar on

He speaks of a 260 members including the speaker of the parliament's letter, is indicative of rift between conservatives and AN camp. more to come, show continues


"Words" Player!!

by Demo on

A typical of regime's "Khavas" with no "Havas!" Taking so long to say that 2+2 is equal to 5!!!!