What a man we lost in our times. Just watch the videos at the bottom and tell me you didn't love him:
He is my idea of the ideal Persian in these times. He loved his land and people. He laughed, he sang, he loved and he made everybody feel good and proud.
The most amazing thing about his life story, to me, is that he was sometimes belittled because it was said he was a homosexual! That's odd because he was the bravest man I know after the revolution.
All you homophobic Persians MEN out there take not: the bravest Iranian of our time was a homosexual.
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