Saturday, September 23, 2006

10,000+ views since March 22, 2006

10,000+ worldwide views since March 22, 2006 (6 months ago; birth of this blog). It's not yet a one-year anniversary but still an important milestone.

I'm glad I started blogging as it allows me to have a personal space to jot down my thoughts, and post articles regarding Iran which I deem important for others to take note of. Also i've been able to make some new e-friends like Ardavan, Azarmehr, Chester, Winston, and many others. We've had some interesting discussions on here and on each others' blogs where we have been able to exchange views/opinions and learn new things from each other. I hope to continue and improve the blog and together with my friends be able to come up with a positive contribution to the Iranian cause for freedom and liberty.




Chester said...

Keep up the good work!

Aryamehr said...

Thanks! =)

Anonymous said...

Love your posts, keep up the good work.

Matthew, Washington DC

Anonymous said...

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Please visit the Editor's Inbox of PostGlobal, the international blog and forum of The Washington Post, at: . Here you will find links to publications by an array of think tanks attempting to make sense of the "proximity talks" between Iran and the United States.

Is the only option for the U.S., in seeking a nuclear-free Iran, to react militarily? Can diplomacy still succeed? Should the United States accept the inevitability of an Iran with both civilian and military nuclear capabilities?

Please visit PostGlobal and take part in this virtual Iran-U.S. dialogue

Aryamehr said...

Thanks for your support Matt!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations on your truly Persian weblog. I love your writings regarding the importance of our heritage as Iranians and threat of compplete arabization of our beautiful culture.

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