Saturday, July 26, 2008

Remembering two Great Iranian Emperors

July 26 and 27 marks the passing away of two Great Iranian Emperors - their Imperial Majesties Reza Shah the Great and Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi (Shahanshah Aryamehr).

The Empress who on the invitation of the Egyptian government is staying in one of the Presidential Palaces in Cairo is joined by Iranians from across the world who have joined her to pay their respects to the memories of these two great historical figures of Iran.

A special note of gratitude is also due for the late President Anwar Sadat of Egypt (later assasinated by Islamists) who at a time when foreign leaders had turned their backs on the Iranian Emperor and Empress for their petty political games did not let himself sink to their levels to betray a long-standing ally and friend in a very sensitive and difficult time.

God bless these Great men.

HIM Empress Farah Pahlavi of Iran next to the late Iranian Emperor's resting place in Cairo (Egypt).
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Sepas va Dorood bar Ravaneh Paakeh Shahanshahane Pahlavi

Monday, July 14, 2008

Shahanshah & Shahbanou's state visit to Australia 1974

State visit by their Imperial Majesties the Shahanshah and Shahbanou of Iran to Australia - 1974

Dorood bar ravaneh paakeh Shahanshah Aryamehr!

Monday, July 07, 2008

18 Tir

Che kassi mikhad man o to ma nashaveem?! Khaanash viran shavad!!

Friday, July 04, 2008

Ahmad Batebi has safely arrived to the U.S.

Ahmad Batebi, the Iranian student who was sentenced to death by the occupational Islamic Republic for holding up the bloodied shirt of a fellow student during nation-wide anti-regime demonstrations in July 1999, but whose sentence was reduced to lifetime in prison, has escaped on a short leave from prison. He is now in Washington D.C. and had a tv appearance on VOA Persian a few days ago in which he spoke of the horrific torture he endured at the hands of his interrogators for 9 years!!! Batebi stated in his first appearance since fleeing occupied Iran that the Islamic Republic uses both physical and psychological means of breaking political prisoners. He spoke of physical torture such as having his head forced into a toilet full of feces, being beaten and of psychological torture such as being told his mother had died, solitary confinement, being deprived of any source of light, or holding mock executions. Batebi also paid homage to his friends and their undying bravery who had died under torture, in particular the savage killing of Iranian student activist Akbar Mohammadi.