Green protest in Malaysia

Shout "death to dictator" at embassy-sponsored concert

At the concert of the popular Iranian singer, Mohsen Yeganeh, sponsored by the IRI Embassy in Malaysia, the green crowd chant "marg bar dictator".

Part 1

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G. Rahmanian

Dear RG:

by G. Rahmanian on

I know your comment did not target us! I have used, "Death to IR!" which is the regime and not individuals running it, many times. The regime must go. And I agree with you that millions of Iranians want the bastards dead. However, that's not what we should advocate or promote.


Mash Ghasem and G. Rahmanian

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

Friends, Thank you for your comments and I agree with you both. And my comment was not targetted at either of you.I am not a blood thirsty person.   But I am firmly on side of Iranian people. The fact remains that lots and lots of people inside Iran want the entire leadership of the islamist regime to be tried and executed. I dont make this up, This is my own personal observation each time I am back home. The bottom line is, what happens to these criminals is less important than getting our country back.

There is a heck of a lot happening back home right now. I have been trying to get a line to talk to people, to no avail. I'll keep trying.

"The People United, will never be defeated."

G. Rahmanian


by G. Rahmanian on

I agree with Mash Ghsem. Trust me, the worst punishment for any one of the criminals of IR is to take away what they have stolen from Iranians.

G. Rahmanian


by G. Rahmanian on

If you meant me, then read what I wrote, again. If you found anything political in there, then we can discuss things in more detail.


Hold on before you go too fast on Malaysia

by yaar on

Government of Malaysia canceled Shirin Ebadi's speech  following protests by Iranian government -the speech was set for November 2008


"...Anwar was a close ally of Prime Minister Mahathir bin Mohamad but subsequently emerged as the most prominent critic of Mahathir's government.
In 1999, he was sentenced to six years in prison for corruption, and in 2000, to another nine years for sodomy. In 2004, the Fedral Court reversed the second
conviction and he was released. In July 2008, he was arrested over
allegations he sodomised one of his male aides, and faces new sodomy
charges in the Malaysian courts..."


"....Against the background of differences over economic policy between Mahathir and Anwar Ibrahim, Mr. Ibrahim was abruptly sacked and accused of corruption and sexual misconduct. Following a controversial trial, Mr. Ibrahim was found guilty and sentenced to more than nine years in prison..."


Mash Ghasem

Rozbeh jan, Im not offended by the slogan "Death to Dictator",

by Mash Ghasem on

just apprehensive about it's implications and consequences. Why? Once we call for anyone's death we're condoning and supporting the kind of violence we always condemn IR for.

I'm for a compelete, 100% destruction of Islamic Republic, and in that process there will be a good amount of violence from the regime, as it refuses to heed the poeple, the point is to minimize it.

One of the lessons of 1979 Revolution could be that: once we start going down the  road of physical elimination of our ropponents,  slippery slope has begun, and there is no end to it. What do you think? cheers

نه سازش ، نه تسلیم
نبرد      با      دیکتاتور



by Roozbeh_Gilani on

Iranain nation, From Malysia to Tehran are shouting Loud and Clear:


And I dedicate this clip to those residents of London and Torontro who get offended by the voice of Iranain people. Enjoy! (Sorry, it's in farsi!)


"Personal business must yield to collective interest."

G. Rahmanian


by G. Rahmanian on

Iranians who escaped the brutalities of the IRT regime in Iran would go to countries such as Singapore and Malaysia before seeking refuge in other countries.

G. Rahmanian

Great Iranians!

by G. Rahmanian on

Malaysia is host to a great number of Iranians. This is no news. Even before the revolution many Iranians used to go to schools in Malaysia. Not only Iranians, but also Chinese, Koreans, Japanese and other nationalities are attending universities there. It competes with Singapore when it comes to recruiting foreign students. Singapore and Malaysia are safe and almost drug-free countries with peaceful people and very low crime rates. With their low costs of living and some very good colleges, they are ideal destinations for many foreign students. Teaching is done in English.



by yolanda on

The 2nd video is cool! The audiences were louder than the singer!

I hope the image can be beamed back to Iran!



by yolanda on

There are 100,000 Iranians living on Malaysia......they are well-educated and well-off!


gitdoun ver.2.0

i never knew. ( pretty ignorant here )

by gitdoun ver.2.0 on

i never thought there were this many iranians in malaysia. in a way i feel sad. it shows how desperate our people have become. we have become a people obsessed with escaping iran to any country in the world willing to take us in.  


power to the people

by asadabad on

Are you sure this event was sponsored by the Iranian embassy?  I guess it's just a ploy to show a "moderate" face of the Iranian regime?

Masoud Kazemzadeh

Greens did a fantastic job

by Masoud Kazemzadeh on

Greens did a fantastic job.  Thanks.


Choghok and Soosan khanoom

by comments on

When I see comments including Choghok and Soosan khanoom I feel that we have a good potential to move on.  Let's be smart, supportive and not be shattered by our emotions.  


Let's listen to Soozan khanoom

by comments on

I admire "Soozan khanoom"'s comments.  That's a smart move for people who have a potential of believing that.  Unfortuantely, we only see them in Egypt so far.  Death and hatred indications only destroy the country.  Majority of the Iranians want everything happens today.  They cannot wait for tomorrow.  That's why they have to wait for ever or  make somewhere else their country.


Great argument Soosan

by choghok on

I also think that this kind of slogans is really backward and do not result in any thing positive. I think the slogans really should say what people want instead of what they do not want. Like freedom of speech, press and freedom of religion and stuff like that. Then we are talking about positive messages that shows what people demands instead of death to this or that.

We only can get to democracy if we unite in what we want. In case of uniting on what we do not want then we will repeat 79 revolution.

To people who think that "death to" chants are totally ok, then why is it not ok when mullahs use it? If it is barbaric then it is barbaric in all cases.



by statira on

They chant death to the concept of dictatorship and not a specific person. They never said Marg ba Ahmadi or Khamenei.

And in the case of the IRI officials whose crime are known to everyone, chanting death slogan is not outrageous. You kill a serial killer intruder,not begging him, " Please, dont kill me and leave my house."

Mash Ghasem

Simorgh your Italics reminded me of this Clash song

by Mash Ghasem on

This Is Radio Clash


with the same refrain : "... with extreme prejudice, execute our mission."  The song ends with :

" Everyone hold on thight!"

which is always good advice for days like tomoroww ( which has  already begun, with the darkness covering the city , and chants of A.A. and "death to dictator" from rooftops).

Please, please, please get that violent tone out of your discourse. It's unbecoming of a Gentleman, cheers


Chants of Alaho Akbar on the roof tops of Tehran right now.

by Princess on



by Simorgh5555 on

All diplomats, ambassadors, ministers, mebers of the majlis must be exterminated like rats by the people of Iran. Show no mercy tomorrow. MAXIMUM PREJUDICE. 



by yolanda on

Will this singer come to US?

Soosan Khanoom

Didn't we learn to not say

by Soosan Khanoom on

Didn't we learn to not say death anymore ?   look at Egyptian they only say, get out ........  exit ....... something like that but not death ........ we do not want another IRI once this IRI is gone  .... or do we? if so then keep saying death to this and death to that .....