UK Ties Not So Great

Deputy Foreign Minister Hasan Ghashghavi on ambiguous status of London-Tehran relations


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The monkeys got the mechine gun ...

by Marathon-Man on

این جانوران ماقبل تاریخ  یا نمیدونن که دارن چیکار می‌کنن و یا میدونن و خودشون رو به خریت زدن

در هر صورت  بازنده اصلی‌ مثل همیشه ملت بیچاره هستن  و تبر دیگری به ریشه ایران زده شده

که اصلا برای این حکومت مغز منجمد نه مهم هست و نه‌ قابل تامل.

Jeesh Daram

تعداد بشکه نفت

Jeesh Daram

جاکش از تعداد دانشجویان ایرانی در انگلستان صحبت میکنه که بقول ایشان تعدادشان اهمیتی ندارد،  بگو از اون بیلیون پوندها صحبت کن که توی بانکهای انگلیس خوابوندین و بزودی تمامش را باسم حمایت از حقوق بشر ضبط خواهند کرد.  عاقبت وطنفروشی همینه مادر.  هی فرهیخته فرهیخته نکن لبت ترک میخوره  


Ghashghavi's flowers

by پندارنیک on

I didn't know Bakhtiar was assassinated; I thought he committed suicide on Jan. 4, 1979.

Darius Kadivar

Ghashghavi Greeted Bakhtiar's Assassin with Flowers

by Darius Kadivar on

Ali Vakili Rad the terrorist who killed Shapour Bakhtiar the last prime minister of Shah was welcomed in Tehran by Hassan Ghashghavi deputy of foreign affairs ministry and Kazem Jalali head of security committee of Majlis - Late Wednesday March 18, Iran. 





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ایرانیان فرهیخته و از اسلام گریخته



It looks like that the Regime did not expect UK and EU's reaction to the destruction and ransacking of the embassy in Tehran


ایرانیان فرهیخته و از اسلام گریخته

منزجر ز رژیم وحشی و از لجام گسیخته

سفارت و باغی خراب گشت و در هم ریخته

چه خوشا روزی که رژیم شود از دار آویخته

Oon Yaroo

A typical IRR thug that must be taken down soon!

by Oon Yaroo on

This thug blames the Brits for this crisis!


به به، شدیم ایرانی فرهیخته


He may be right about some improvements in the Iranian consulate in London, but in many cases some of the activities of the process take place in Iran and that is where long delays and absurd demands and all sort of stoppages will find their way in the process. Rest of what he said was as usual pure BS.

In the aftermath of the last election I decided not to travel to Iran any longer until a true democracy rules the country. I think travelling to Iran at present can strengthen the illegal government there.