Mubarak Drowning

02/01/2011 - 23:30

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This "cartoon" is very misleading!

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

Actually the consensus amongst egyptian people is that the uprising against Mubarak is orchestrated by USA!

the truth, I guess lies somewhere between Egyptian people's consensus and the islamist regime's propaganda as depicted in this cartoon. 

"Personal business must yield to collective interest."

Mardom Mazloom

Oh yeah, forgot to add!

by Mardom Mazloom on

Haji esfandiary is the one who, at the zenith of iranian's opposition, drew shameless cartoons depicting iranian women tearing apart the green of our national flag from the rest!

Haji, how does it do that you're against dictators now?!

You just don't like arab dictators or what?

Shameless !! 

Mardom Mazloom


by Mardom Mazloom on

Esfandiary, is either a shameless IRI propagantist or a partridge which has drown its head deep in snow (the guy who fabricates the reality to please his mind)

Obama has urged Mubarak to step down, and that since some days ago.


Haji esfandiary, don't take your dreams for reality!

Darius Kadivar

Civil War on the Way ...

by Darius Kadivar on

Egypt unrest: Tense stand-off in Cairo's Tahrir square








by Raoul1955 on

Is this the Red Sea depiction thingy?

I like you to do a depiction of Mohammad leading his six-year old bride Aysha to their 'bedroom?'  Would you?

Ayatollah Raoul

Darius Kadivar

Strange Twist:Pro & anti Mobarak people hugging each other (CNN)

by Darius Kadivar on

Just watching CNN right now Apparently according to their correspondent reporting live there has been a surprising twist to the initial confrontation: Pro and anti Mobarak people hugging each other and chanting together. The Stone stoning has stopped and people are hugging eachother. The situation is as Volatile and confused as ever ...


Beware of Egyptian Islamists burning movie theaters

by AMIR1973 on

The Islamists inside and outside Egypt might try to further radicalize the legitimate protests there. Beware of terrorist acts (e.g. Islamists committing Cinema Rex type acts of mass murder) and wildly exaggerated claims of massacres (e.g. claiming over 4,000 died in Jaleh Square, when the true number was 64).

Darius Kadivar

Mobarak is a Patriot and No Tyrant

by Darius Kadivar on

If there will be Blood it will be the Fault of those who are radicalizing the current discontent to other means than seeing Egypt become a genuine democracy.

Seeing how irresponsibly some demonstrators have been hanging effigies of Mobarak in the streets of Alexandria and Cairo shows how immaturely they are handling this struggle in great contrast with what took place in Tunisia.

Tunisians merely called on Ben Ali's resignation as many slogans that could be heard were : "Ben Ali Dégage"

In Egypt however the  peaceful protests of the large majority of Egyptians has been highjacked by a minor Violent Few who are jeapordizing the legitimate demands of Egyptians for Democracy and Human Rights.

What the Islamists are Looking for is to provoke a tragic incident for which they could then blame the regime in it's entirety :

POINT OF NO RETURN: Russian Revolution's Bloody Sunday and Iran's Black Friday

Hence destroy the entire State Apparatus ( which is a Republic by the way) and plunge the nation into anarchy.

They want to blow All chances of a Peaceful Transition towards Democratic Change by Turning Egypt into a Bloodbath

Hence the current Clichés on Mobarak being a bloodthirsty dictator overlooking that he was a national hero of the Kippour War.

The Egypt Riots And The 1979 Iranian Revolution, A Note Of Warning And Encouragement by Abbas Milani 


Caught in the Middle

by Tavana on

With his own middle name of "Barak" Obama needs a life saver himself!