"Glory of the Lord is coming"

Christian nuts on Iran-Iraq border

A group of young Christians sitting on the border of Iran and Iraq, playing music and praying for Iran, Iraq, and the Middle East:


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Ohhh So Now We Know Why They Got Arrested !

by HHH on

Because they're missionaries and bible-merchants selling Christianity, they're not aware that it's punishable by death according to IRI law to actively try to convert Muslims!

So it wasn't just their illegal border-crossing.


Let's face it

by bachenavvab on

However misguided and "out there" they might sound, they believe in something and are acting on it, pretty darn extreme actions if you ask me.  Now let he who has not sinned cast the first stone.  If more of us Iranians abroad did something far less dramatic, maybe we could accomplish something.  Let’s earn the right to criticize.

Natalia Alvarado-Alvarez

Just great

by Natalia Alvarado-Alvarez on

all we need is for one of them to get shot at. Next thing you know things get out of control with accusations from all over the place,


Ahmed from Bahrain

Emil jan

by Ahmed from Bahrain on

It was their guns and bombs that put them on that hill in the first place. Alzheimer so soon in life!? Tuff be een la'anat be oon.


One hand on the Bible

One hand on the gun

You say you love the baby

But then you crucify the man.


By Jim Croche, Died in air crash, way back when. Couldn't find this song but enjoy this one. He was a genius. I still have his old vinyls.


Ahmed from Bahrain


They seem okay ...

by Anonym on

Saddam hurt Iraq, extremists hurt Iran and Islam. At least these guys are not attacking nor hurting anyone.

Who knows when Christ will come or when the world would end but as long as they are not there for any other reason, it seems that they are good folks.


Anonymous Observer

by Minoo66 on

Be careful honey!

Taking too much pride in an idealogy, makes it a religion. 

Iraneh Azad

Whether They are nut jobs or not (I think they are nuts)

by Iraneh Azad on

They should have the right to preach what they believe in without risk to their lives even if they are able to convert people to Christianity. I am sure there are IRI apologist who think this is an imperialist attempt at "converting" the Muslim population and think of it as another form of disrespect to the great stupid Iranian revolution.

Anonymous Observer

Nut Jobs

by Anonymous Observer on

Religious extremists of all religions are a collective menace to the human race.  That's why I am a proud atheist.

Shazde Asdola Mirza

Yes Jesus is coming, along with the 12th Imam out of a well !

by Shazde Asdola Mirza on

Every voice counts! Every action counts!

Mola Nasredeen

Hajagha they're saying "Hey Look At US!

by Mola Nasredeen on


We are standing on top of this mountain

We are Christian,

We are White,

We must be Right!


"Wrong Again!" Said Hazrate shotor.


9-11 was a Jewish conspiracy?!

by alipournourbakhsh on

8 years has gone by and some of us are still believing that 9-11 took place by an inside job and the Jews.  That has nothing to do with being tolerance.  Stupid comments like that are not even worth discussing.  One has to be both dumb and blind to agree with the fact that awful event was a conspiracy.  But again in the middle east we like to blame the Jews for everything.  Why not this too.  Enjoy hating Jews.

Ali Pournourbakhsh


Mr. Pournourbakhsh

by capt_ayhab on

For someone who wrote[by alipournourbakhsh on I thought we were trying to be a nation of tolerance and accepting of other peoples choice of worship.  I guess not.]

Not that I agree with what Mr. GolDust says, but you sure are quick on insulting someone who has a different view from you:  [Sir, you are a moron if you believe that.]

Well done sir, you perfectly demonstrated the true meaning of tolerance.



NUTS or NOT, Kindly Examine the Recorded Historical Basis..

by faryarm on

Nuts or Not, Kindly Examine the recorded historical basis and the reason for these well meaning people to have travelled

this far to express their hope and expectation.

History of religions and their prophecies tell us that all faiths have progressively spoken and promised of a time and place of an appearance or "manifestation" of redeemer. 

Of Course the followers of these , through out time, led by their respective clergy have laid exclusive rights to that "promised one";as one returning with the same name , body and characteristics, descending from the clouds, each awaiting the return be it the return of the Fifth Budda, The Shah Bahram, The MashiahThe Messiah and the Mahdi; where in reality , if such a promised one of all these ages does or did exist, the prophecy points to only one;

So, The "Christians await the return of Christ and the coming of "another comforter."

The Jewish scriptures foretell the coming of "another Prophet" like Moses and the return of Elijah from heaven. Many Moslems await the appearance of Mahdi.

Krishna promised to personally return from age to age. Buddha said that he was not the first Buddha ever to appear and that another "supremely enlightened" Buddha was still yet to come. Zoroastrian prophecies foretell the coming of a "World-renovator." Native American prophecies foretell the coming of a bearded white man from the east who will bring teachings which will restore the hoop of unity. Each religion, in its own way, has foretold the coming of a great 'religion restoring', 'world uniting', 'peace bringing' Messiah.

For centuries, people from all over the world have been hoping and praying that they will be the generation which will witness the appearance of their Promised One. Not many have considered the possibility that these prophecies from the various religions might actually all be foretelling the exact same event." 

The One event and appearance who is in essence, embodies the same force and spirit, whose words would have the same transforming effect on the human heart.

Even for the most skeptical, it is well worth objectively examining the historical records against the tumultous events of the last 160 years, which are still effecting our daily lives, whether in the west of in Iran.


here is just one from the Bible , MICAH 7:12-14 

"In that day also he shall come even to thee from Assyria, and from the fortified cities, and from the fortress even to the river, and from sea to sea, and from mountain to mountain.."

Of course this is all open to interpretation, and such interpretation has caused many clashes of opinion, not to mention religious conflict.

It does not change the fact that, there are just too many historical coincidences for one to not take them seriously.

I  found some links that are related to these prophecies,seen from a Bahai standpoint; which is particularly relevant , since The Bab and Baha'u'llah came from Iran, and happen to have been the subject of these astonishig Historical :coincidences".

By the way Baha'u'llah, literally translates to  Glory of God ! 

One doesnt need to believe to examine historical fact. 




Gol-Dust is a big moron.

by alipournourbakhsh on

Gol-Dust wrote:  Religion is really a drug. These guys are all the ones who voted for Bush and think that 911 happened without the help of us & israel! How ignorant!


Sir, you are a moron if you believe that.  9-11 happened because some godless Muslims decided to fly to planes into the twin towers.  No matter what happens there are degenerate like you that has to blame the Jews.  Shame on you.

Ali Pournourbakhsh


Oh sure..

by Cost-of-Progress on

Get out from the Islamic yoke so you can have the yoke of Christianity put around your neck.

Why can't humans just think for themselves without a religious cloud hanging over their head? If you still want religion, practice it in YOUR HOME.

By the way, Bible is just as violent in its punishment of those who DO NOT BELONG as Koran is.

On the lighter side, the three dudes' act is bit gay, don't ya think??

Setareh Cheshmakzan

Emil, red carpet reception!

by Setareh Cheshmakzan on

"At least they preach with music and song rather than guns and bombs...hallelujah" LOOOL :)

The 'red' carpet bombing has set the scene for their Evangelical arrival!  Have you heard of Shock and Awe?!   



You are so funny....


Thnx for making me laugh ... I needed that...


My brother would say "they are asking for it"

by Yana on

What is the blond one saying "looking over this way is border of Iran, looking over that way is border of Iraq, looking at the sky, oh my god there is a rocket coming down at us, run for cover, but there is none, we are f&^%ed"  :) 

shad zee



Christian Fanatics

by AtheistKurd on

THese people are dangerous....The Kurds are using them to influence the churches and the U.S. government. The KURDS ARE NOT FALLING FOR THEIR B.S.

Mola Nasredeen

"Look at rose_xox, she looks very concerned"

by Mola Nasredeen on

Said shotor.

"Who's rose_xox hajagha?" I asked.

"the young woman under Iranian Personal, to the right of this page". Said he.

"Why does she look so concerned?" I asked.

"She's worried these Jesus Freaks go to Iran and pass through Ghazvin! or Ghome" Said Hazrate shotor.

"They wouldn't mind, they wouldn't mind to sacrifice their butts for the second coming of Christ. She shouldn't worry about them" I commented.

"Who do you think bangs the blonds girls?" He asked.

"They're all virgins, they're saving themselves for Jesus" I replied.

"Astaghfor allah Mola!" said he.




by Emil on

At least they preach with music and song rather than guns and bombs...hallelujah

che khabar e

right on, Ali and Ali

by che khabar e on

So much for all that tolerance and "hate the hatred" we all talk about.

maziar 58


by maziar 58 on

G.S thanks for posting and no comment on mazhabiun; but enjoyed (cried) watching all  the war clips as a surviver of that dirty political mess.  Maziar

Kaveh Nouraee

Why are they nuts? Why are they stupid?

by Kaveh Nouraee on

They have the audacity to stand there and proclaim that the Iranian people, Kurdish people and Iraqi people are calling them.

They are calling upon others to go there to initiate a "mission", which is purely about proselytizing.

They are entitled to follow any religion they want. No one is taking that away from them.

If they want to go there to be simple tourists, fine. I wish them all the best and hope they take a lot of photos.

But don't go there (or anywhere else for that matter) and start acting like a bunch of evangelical hippies with the idea that you're going to convert a culture that dates back 3,000 years.


Dear Payam

by darius on

Just for you to know, Amish  Community do not accept this folks .

Amish community is  one of th emost peaceful community  I have ever seen.




What is with the name calling?

by alipournourbakhsh on

I thought we were trying to be a nation of tolerance and accepting of other peoples choice of worship.  I guess not.  Why don't we just take them hostage and even behead one.  Even better kill them all for doing nothing but pray for peace.  Shame on JJ for calling them nuts.  Shame on any Iranian that has a closed mind.

Ali Pournourbakhsh



by capt_ayhab on

blond haired baseejis, !



Pls, kick these suckers out of M.E.

by پیام on

These numbnuts belong in an amish community.

Louie Louie

My guess would be

by Louie Louie on

The one in the middle, the purpley one, he's got that Agent Smith kinda look.

میرزا چغندر


by میرزا چغندر on

Guess which one of the three is an FBI informant?!