Soltan Qeumars: Shah of Iran

"His Imperial Majesty holds absolute authority"

PersiaWorldNews.com: His Imperial Majesty QEUMARS son of Her Excellency Molouk ol Saltaneh and His Majesty SOLTAN FEREYDOUN MIRZA QAJAR heir of the King His Imperial Majesty SOLTAN AHMAD SHAH QAJAR.

His Imperial Majesty QEUMARS born on First day of January 1969 in Tehran, before the birth, His Mother Her Excellency was subject to assassination attempt in Iran by Pahlavi secret agency known as SAVAK, thereafter His father deceased...

His Imperial Majesty QEUMARS holds absolute authority to appoint and to dismiss whomever He wishes so, and to issue or cancel any agreement. His Imperial Majesty QEUMARS holds legal and official authority over the agreements in political, economic, national, patriotic, religious matters, and oil treaties, and agreements with the United Nations both domestic and foreign...

In 1988, His Imperial Majesty QEUMARS on his way to Iran was captured, taken to Bulgaria to prevent him to return to Iran, shot, severely injured and on 27 December 1989 by violence and by force and against His Will was brought to Australia >>>


Mash Ghasem


by Mash Ghasem on

Sia jaan, two short points:

I think when you wrote: "It takes away the authoritarian and
prestige of the king," you actually meant to write "...the authority and
prestige ..." One could very  well be authoritative, without being
authoritarian, and usually and most often, by just being
anti-authoritarian, ones authority, (in terms of morality and ethics)
actually increases.


As exaggerated as it might sound, when you read the political theory of
Giorgio Agamben, or sociology of Pierre Bourdieu (these are the leading
lights of 21 century), effectively, as far as the issue of  "the ruler
and the ruled" is concerned, they both arrive to the same conclusion as
Karim Khan Zand. Go figure.


darius question. Mash Ghasem suggestion

by Siavash300 on

"Are you suggesting Karim Khan Zand was alive when Shah was in Power? " darius

"He never called himelf a shah, but the attorney of the people, Vakil e-Ra'aayaa " Mash Ghasem

No I am not suggesting Karim Khan was alive during shah days. I said there was a big boulvard in Tehran by the name of Karim Khan e Zand which connected Maydon e Valiahd to Maydon e 25 Shahrivar. One of the most important street in Tehran named after Karim Khan Zand. It was indicative that  Shah and his administration respected the guy.

Now, there is nothing wrong about the king to be humble and call himself vaki e raaaya, but that decrease the dignity and glory of kingdom to the lower level. It takes away the authoritatian and prestige of the king. It takes away it's importance and kingdom social class. Shah could be humble and truely puppet of his people, but don't degrade his name to level of attorney. But I fully understand Mash Ghasem's point and it is so admirable he is thinking that way.


Delam Sookht

by Arthimis on

Delam Sookht Baraash...

This poor guy has lost it... I can see why people make fun of him... It's very sad indeed and it's not good for him or anyone related to Qajar dynasty...

I'm a Qajar myself and if Iran votes for Monarchy in future, I personally vote for Reza Pahlavi , especially for all his recent efforts on Human Rights issues & Democracy for Iran and Iranians.

Free IRAN. 


I knew

by amirkabear4u on

a state agent who looked like him.

If he is real he should be a lot more politically active.


Mash Ghasem

Karim Khan Zand was and is universally respected because

by Mash Ghasem on

He never called himelf a shah, but the attorney of the people, Vakil e-Ra'aayaa.

Only if every other king in Iran behaved the same way, we would have a very different story in Iran today.



by darius on

Karim Khan Zand and Shah?

Are you suggesting Karim Khan Zand was alive when Shah was in Power? 




Mash Ghasem question

by Siavash300 on

"siavash, do you who Karim Khan was? " Mash Ghasem

No, I only know he was from Zandeyeh dynasty. I also know he was well respected when shah was on power because the name went after one of the most important street in Tehran.

Esfand Aashena

Bottom line who is the heir apparent? w/ pic.

by Esfand Aashena on

Everything is sacred

Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

How do you know he is a king?

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on


He hasn't got sh*** all over him. 



by farrad02 on








تو را به جَدِت وِلِمون کُن


کیومرث جان، جون مادرت، تو را به جَدِت، قسم به هر کی قبولش داری، بیا و دست از سر این ملت ستم دیده و زخمی ایران بردار. خدا روزیت را یک جای دیگه بده !


Sepah Salar

Son of Mirza Fereydoun, my foot....

by Sepah Salar on

This guy is a fake.. just like his hair!

 Fereydoun Mirza, (b. 1923-d.1977), Soltan Ahmad Shah's son from a non-Qajar wife, married a woman of Bulgarian descent and had three children: Princess Sheylah, Princess Eylah and Prince Teymour, all residing in Switzerland

Mash Ghasem


by Mash Ghasem on

siavash, do you who Karim Khan was? And why he was the best king Iran will ever have?


Thanks Faramarz for the link. Arj and mash Ghasem should watch

by Siavash300 on

Thanks Faramarz. I can't stop laughing to see this video.

The video is good to be seen by Arj and Mash Ghasem who believe in democracy and Entakhabat in Iran. The reporter ask the guy what is 27 khordad and the guy answsered 27 khordad is 22 Bahman. 





by CallmeRed on


=Rolling on the floor laughin'

maziar 58


by maziar 58 on


As they say in English!



Re the conversion!

by Arj on

There are two hilarious points to that conversion video; one is that the guy is in such a hurry ($$$:) that he hasn't even bothered to learn his 'ash'had' before hand, and the other is that these guys seem to be "az bikh Arab" for they use a Portuguese interpreter to translate from Arabic to Arabic!!

Nader Vanaki

بعد از هخا

Nader Vanaki

همین یک آیتم رو کم داشتیم.  ببینم کِی قراره هواپیماش توی فرودگاه تهران بشینه؟  شاید سه چهار نفر رو بشه فرستاد استقبالش و تا دروازه قزوین همراهیش کنن.

Mash Ghasem

Just realized JD dissed Zandeih!

by Mash Ghasem on

dear Arj, I nominate any  descendent of Karim Khan Zand as a contender, as long as they call themselves Vakil e-Ra'aayaa.

Framarz that video was hilarious, the look on the guy's face was like: O.K. now I'm a muslim, where's the money?


Re rotating monarchs!

by Arj on

Dear MG, brilliant idea... I've heard a descendent of Zandieh dynasty has a similiar claim, let's trhow him in the mix too! Indeed, I have relatives whose ancestry traces back to Nader Shah Afshar -- though they have no claims to the throne, but I'm sure one or two could be talked into it!!!



by Raoul1955 on

Thanks for the video.  I am laughing again.


Islam Should Remain the Core of Our Democracy

by Faramarz on

I also believe that any serious candidate in the future should be a Muslim and if they are not, they should convert to Islam.

Here is how a Portugese soccer star (Abel Xavier) became a Muslim.

Islam is very user-friendly and has an easy-to-read user manual called Quran.




Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Multiple Kings

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on


We could revive the old system of local kings "shah" and one big one "shahanshah". At least gives meaning to it. 

Or we could have the rotating thing. But do they get to have private harams or does it rotate as well?

How about Queens? Do they get the haram or do they get the dude version? It sounds too polyamorous for my taste.

Ari Siletz


by Ari Siletz on

If they took the Soltan to Bulgaria to prevent him from returning to Iran, why did they also shoot the poor guy on top of it?  Kaar az mohkam kaari...


Test of Democratic Values

by Faramarz on

I ditto Mash Ghasem's ditto!

If Iranians truly believe in democracy then you let everyone participate in the process and will not disqualify them based on their beliefs or family origins. Also, please don't underestimate the entertainment value!

So the Royalty never worked a day in their lives? So what? Those of us who worked hard in our lives, Kojaa ro Gereftim?

Here is why democracy is coming to Iran very soon!



Jeesh Daram

مش قاسم

Jeesh Daram

بله همان طور که عرض شد حکومت دو شاهی ضرری ندارد و پیشنهاد شما هم خوب است، ولی ماه دوازدهم هر سال را بدون شاه خواهیم زیست و آنهم به احترام شاه چراغ خواهد بود و امام خودش زمام امور را در دست خواهد داشت

Mash Ghasem

Arj, ditto

by Mash Ghasem on

Dear Arj, I was thinking more or less along the same lines. If this guy, he really wants to be the shah, why not?Let him be. Why can't we have more than one king?

Maybe the ultimate solution to our political problems would be to let every contender share the leadership position on a rotating basis.

Each month of the year could go to a different faction! That way no one can claim the've been left out!


Why not?!

by Arj on

After all, this guy's claim to the throne would be as legitimate as RP's! Indeed, perhaps even more so for in all likelihood, he might have had to actually have a job at some point in his life and work for a living unlike RP!!!


High on Drugs

by Rebecca on

Hajji Qeumars, are you high or something? Who are you who claim to have "absolute authority"? Are you crazy? This kind of attitude by your Qajar fathers destroyed our country now you want to come back and repeat the same thing? Zeki!

My recommendation: Go  get stoned and leave the Iran and Iranian people alone. Thank you!