December 7, is not only noteworthy as the day in 1941 when the Japanese planes attacked the U.S. Naval bases in Hawaii killing more than 2,300. This prompted FDR to formally declare war on Japan in his now famous speech to the joint session of Congress labeling December 7th as “a date which will live in infamy.”
For Iran and Iranians, December 7th, this time in 1953, has a special significance too and it also will live in infamy. On that day three Iranian students were gunned down on campus by the government forces. Ever since that day, in commemoration of the three murdered students, Ahmad Ghandchi, Shariat-Razavi and Bozorg-Nia, December 7th has been marked as the Student Day.
Ever since the revolution, proportionately speaking, Iranian students have been subjected to more Islamist savagery than other segment of society. Ever since the Islamist Cultural Revolution, perpetual purging, multi layered political/religious vetting processes, asinine non elective subjects and everyday state of siege on the campuses have become part of the higher learning under IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic.
Although the exact numbers are not known, however, it is safe to say there are many Iranian students who are languishing in IRR’s prison archipelagos for nothing more than expressing their point of view.
I solemnly hope this year Iranian students will choose to NOT demonstrate and give the savage Islamist Rapists more opportunity to identify and arrest the brightest and bravest that Iran has.
I solemnly hope all those who egg the students on to demonstrate, do so only if their own child is going to be one of them.
December 7th is a day that will live in infamy both in Iran and the U.S. When Iran is emancipated, and it will be, Iranians will commemorate the date as Americans do. Peacefully paying respect to the fallen and vowing to not let it ever happen again. Till that day comes for Iran, I hope the Iranian students would not give Islamist Rapist more opportunity to abuse them further.
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About 80 students are in jailby Mammad on Sun Dec 05, 2010 01:25 PM PST
According to my latest count of their names, and reliable sources. I keep track of them. A few have been released in the past two days.
On Azar 16, read on:
Pretty funny, these writersby Sargord Pirouz on Sun Dec 05, 2010 08:05 AM PST
Pretty funny, these writers at "Fred" are continuously advocating a "December 7th Pearl Harbor" scenario upon the people of Iran.
Now we get this syrupy, insincere post on students studying in Iran? Give us all a break, and take a break from your two lousy posts a day. You people at "Fred" need it, and so do we at IC.
Fredby Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on Sun Dec 05, 2010 05:40 AM PST
Mamma boys need not apply!by comrade on Sun Dec 05, 2010 05:35 AM PST
Demonstration should and must go on, be it on a scheduled and planned nature or spontaneously reflexive.
We are in the midst of an ominous countdown to a military attack whose red button will be pushed by sensing the public indifference.
Never increase, beyond what is necessary, the number of entities required to explain anything.