The perils of being Iranian


by Fred

Two snippets of news, Washington post, Tuesday, January 30, 2007:

“Even before the 33-day war ended, Iran had provided Hezbollah with $150 million to begin rebuilding, some of it going to victims in $10,000 bundles of crisp U.S. currency, according to a Shiite politician who spoke on condition of anonymity.”

ISNA news Agency, August 14, 2012:

“In regards to the earthquake in East Azerbaijan province, First Vice President announced the decision of the Special Working Group:

One million tooman (less than $500) grant for immediate needs,

An additional 2 million tooman (less than $1000) grant for preliminary rebuilding needs,

Those dwellings totally destroyed are eligible for 12.5 million tooman (less than $6000) loans with subsidized interest at 4%.”

In other words, Lebanese Hezbollah members got an immediate $10,000 as pocket money, with rebuilding done free and clear.

On the other hand, Iranian earthquake victims might, just might get less than $1,500. Something is very wrong here.

It is no wonder one of the persistent slogans of the Iranian people has been:“No to Gaza No to Lebanon, I die for Iran”

ps. Iranian proverb: The light which could be used at home is forbidden to be donated to the mosque.

Charity begins at home.


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امداد غیبی



البته ۱۵۰۰ دلار برای زلزله زده مبلغ بسیار ناچیزیست ولی‌ اگر امداد‌های غیبی را بدان بیفزایید چیز کلانی میشود! به کتاب ذیل به همین نام (امداد غیبی) که در ارتباط با زلزله بم نوشته شده توجه بفرمایید:

معرفي مختصر كتاب: 

کتاب حاضر، حاوي داستان فارسي از «محسن حائري» است. نويسنده در اين داستان تلاش دارد با خلق دو شخصيت تخيلي با نام‌هاي «پويا» و «نوشين» که در قالب آدم‌برفي هستند، به بازروايي صحنه‌هايي از واقعة زلزلة بم در سال 1382 بپردازد. پويا و نوشينِ اين داستان را شخصيت حقيقي «شکوفه»، يگانه فرزند «مش کاظم» ساخته است. پويا پس از زلزله متوجه مي‌شود که نوشين در کنار او نيست، جست‌وجوهاي پويا براي يافتن نوشين حقيقت تازه‌اي را روشن مي‌سازد که نشان از قدرت بي‌منتهاي خداوندي دارد. شايان ذکر است اين داستان با تصاوير واقعة زلزله بم مستند شده است.


در ضمن ضرب المثل رایج در ایران کنونی چنین است:

چراغی که به خانه رواست به مسجد روا تر است!