Saturday, October 17, 2009

Only in Iran under Islamic occupation...

I just read this France24 report reporting the terrorist Islamic regime occupying Iran is considering declaring Neda Agha Soltan a martyr of the Islamic Republic! I don't know whether to laugh or cry. They kill this young innocent girl in cold blood and then somehow manage to pull a straight face by saying "enemies of the Islamic Republic killed her to tarnish the clean image of the CLEAN (?!) theocracy and that they are now considering to declare her a martyr of the Islamic Republic"! They are shamelessly saying Neda died "for the cause of the Islamic Republic"!!!

The "CLEAN" record of this hell-sent Islamic Republic includes amongst other things the mass-murder of thousands of political prisoners and Iranian state/military officials since their armed takeover in 1979; imprisonment and torture of freedomseeking Iranians; abolishment of freedom of religion/ freedom of speech/ freedom of assembly - i.e. basic human rights; the humiliation of Iranian women by according to their Islamic values considering them as sub-humans worth half that of a man; again in line with their islamic values - brutal acts of stoning, limbs dismemberment, eye gouging, and hanging; endangering Iranian national security by imposing an 8 year war with Iraq resulting in a million dead and collapse of the Iranian economy; acting against Iranian national interests by harbouring and funding islamic terrorist organisations; attacking and occupying the U.S. embassy holding staff hostage; fostering sky-rocketing unemployment, inflation, drug addiction, and prostitution; the systematic destruction of pre-Islamic Iranian cultural heritage sites and hate-filled propoaganda through their education system against Iran's pre-Islamic cultural heritage and history - instead superimposing foreign arabo-islamic cultural values on Iranians through force and intimidation; endangering Iranian national interests by threatening other nations....

Neda was a young Iranian girl who as millions of Iranians yearn to free their country from the yolk of Islamic oppression and live in a free, democratic, and secular society. She was standing on the sidelines of an anti-regime protest when she was cowardly shot by a member of the Islamic Republic's militia, the basij. Her story has been widely published across the world and I reported the story some months back when the horrific video that had caught her death was distributed through youtube along with hundreds of other videoclips showing the brutality of the Islamic Republic against Iranian freedomseekers (see link 1, link 2).

Only an illiterate fool not in touch with reality would fall for this kind of shameless lies.

UPDATE 1: Neda Agha Soltan's mother strongly rejects the terrorist Islamic Republic's blood money and her daughter being named a "martyr of the Islamic Republic" in return for her public acceptance that Neda was killed by "enemies of the revolution". YOUTUBE CLIP.

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Saturday, October 03, 2009

"Ey Iran"

A compatriot named "Damon", plays the true Iranian national anthem ("Ey Iran") on a rooftop in the Iranian capital Tehran.

I hope that soon, with the ending and defeat of the savage and anti-Iranian 2nd Arabo-Muslim occupation (in the shape of the Islamic Republic), the tunes of the Iranian national anthem will be played in all cities across Iran.

Until that day...

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad revealed to have Jewish roots

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's vitriolic attacks on the Jewish world hide an astonishing secret, evidence uncovered by The Daily Telegraph shows.

By Damien McElroy and Ahmad Vahdat
Published: 7:30AM BST 03 Oct 2009

A photograph of the Iranian president holding up his identity card during elections in March 2008 clearly shows his family has Jewish roots.

A close-up of the document reveals he was previously known as Sabourjian – a Jewish name meaning cloth weaver.

The short note scrawled on the card suggests his family changed its name to Ahmadinejad when they converted to embrace Islam after his birth.

The Sabourjians traditionally hail from Aradan, Mr Ahmadinejad's birthplace, and the name derives from "weaver of the Sabour", the name for the Jewish Tallit shawl in Persia. The name is even on the list of reserved names for Iranian Jews compiled by Iran's Ministry of the Interior.

Experts last night suggested Mr Ahmadinejad's track record for hate-filled attacks on Jews could be an overcompensation to hide his past.

Ali Nourizadeh, of the Centre for Arab and Iranian Studies, said: "This aspect of Mr Ahmadinejad's background explains a lot about him.

"Every family that converts into a different religion takes a new identity by condemning their old faith.

"By making anti-Israeli statements he is trying to shed any suspicions about his Jewish connections. He feels vulnerable in a radical Shia society."

A London-based expert on Iranian Jewry said that "jian" ending to the name specifically showed the family had been practising Jews.

"He has changed his name for religious reasons, or at least his parents had," said the Iranian-born Jew living in London. "Sabourjian is well known Jewish name in Iran."

A spokesman for the Israeli embassy in London said it would not be drawn on Mr Ahmadinejad's background. "It's not something we'd talk about," said Ron Gidor, a spokesman.

The Iranian leader has not denied his name was changed when his family moved to Tehran in the 1950s. But he has never revealed what it was change from or directly addressed the reason for the switch.

Relatives have previously said a mixture of religious reasons and economic pressures forced his blacksmith father Ahmad to change when Mr Ahmadinejad was aged four.

The Iranian president grew up to be a qualified engineer with a doctorate in traffic management. He served in the Revolutionary Guards militia before going on to make his name in hardline politics in the capital.

During this year's presidential debate on television he was goaded to admit that his name had changed but he ignored the jibe.

However Mehdi Khazali, an internet blogger, who called for an investigation of Mr Ahmadinejad's roots was arrested this summer.

Mr Ahmadinejad has regularly levelled bitter criticism at Israel, questioned its right to exist and denied the Holocaust. British diplomats walked out of a UN meeting last month after the Iranian president denounced Israel's 'genocide, barbarism and racism.'

Benjamin Netanyahu made an impassioned denunciation of the Iranian leader at the same UN summit. "Yesterday, the man who calls the Holocaust a lie spoke from this podium," he said. "A mere six decades after the Holocaust, you give legitimacy to a man who denies the murder of six million Jews while promising to wipe out the State of Israel, the State of the Jews. What a disgrace. What a mockery of the charter of the United Nations."

Mr Ahmadinejad has been consistently outspoken about the Nazi attempt to wipe out the Jewish race. "They have created a myth today that they call the massacre of Jews and they consider it a principle above God, religions and the prophets," he declared at a conference on the holocaust staged in Tehran in 2006.