Protesters vs Security Forces

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G. Rahmanian

Great Iranians!

by G. Rahmanian on

The end of dictatorship is near.


A page in the history text books for you !!

by radius-of-the-persian-cat on

This is tough, reminds me of the battles with police and security forces we had in east germany in 1989. I wish you success, a bright future in a free Iran. 

Btw, those of you hanging around in the US and not knowing how to support your compatriots at home:  Why don"t you open a support fund to HIRE THE HELICOPTER for Achmadenijad and Kamenei ?  


"We will be in Tehran by Nowruz."

by ghalam-doon on

Arz Nakardam?

Freemasons Exposed

What we need is a grass roots movement!!!

by Freemasons Exposed on

JJ jan I appreciate ur comment and realise what u are saying is spot on, but i must add that even though the revolution in Egypt was far diffrent than the one in Iran, there is a crucial lesson there that, if we all unite and put aside our diffrences, that is the biggest slap to this regimes facist face.

They fear all Iran lovers and the best thing we can do is network and form information groups to expose the colaborator, Financiers and Forign entities that help rid Iran of this anti Iran, Anti Islam , Anti all thats good regime!!!!!!

Jeesh Daram

another walk scheduled for Sunday - WSJ

by Jeesh Daram on

We will be in Tehran by Nowruz.


مراسم سومین روز کشته شدن محمد مختاری


به گزارش کمیته گزارشگران حقوق بشر، مراسم سومین روز کشته شدن محمد مختاری تحت تدابیر شدید امنیتی در تهران برگزار شده است.

Immortal Guard

Ebi: Good and Bad Sides!

by Immortal Guard on

Every people has good and bad sides!

With reference to your reference:


Let's see Egyptian people's good sides and bad sides work for and against whom and Iranian people's good sides and bad sides work against and for whom!?

This cultural analysis thing can be quite tricky if the analyser ain't got the talent for it or doesn't pay attention!

Fariba Mirzaie


by Fariba Mirzaie on




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They are going to change every thing in Iran with this Bravery!!



by Khebedin on

There is a big difference between reality and fantasize. I do think that these guys are not taking into account what the majourity of the Iranians want. These are just a few compared to the millions who will come out if they find the situation treathening. Beware. Remember Vietnam.

These guys are popets of the West, there is no Originality nor locality in them. Don't get emotional. Noting would happen until the masses share the idea. No one knows what these guys are asking for?.   


Come on J.J.

by ghalam-doon on

Don't be a party pooper.

We are about to open the champagne and celebrate "our" victory. Many of us have started packing our bags. Some of us didn't even bother to open them.

Only if these guys on the streets of Tehran would be more considerate. Come on guys, finish it off already. We have a plane to catch!


Just be honest to yourself

by divaneh on

JJ, I just want to add a little to your last comment. Just be honest to yourself and ask yourself one question, "If I was in Iran would I join them?" If the answer is yes, then you are just unlucky not to be there, but there is no need to feel guilty. I know I would, and I am sure you would too. We are an extension of this proud nation.

hamsade ghadimi


by hamsade ghadimi on

even though i participate in protests here in the u.s., sign petitions and try to stay active, there's no way that i can put myself in the same category of these brave people risking their lives and facing islamic republic's thugs on the street.  at the end of the day, i get in my car and go to my comfortable life with no fear of retribution. hypothetically, i would've joined them if i was there.  but hypothetical isn't worth jack *hit. 

by the way, trying to explain the plight of our people with one variable, gheirat, shows the futility in univariable models to say the least. 


May the force be with the Brave Iranians fighting evil Regime


May the force be with the Brave iranians fighting to overthrow the Despotic Blood-Drenched Islamic Regime. Iranian people are calling for Khameni to step down. They are calling for the despotic dictator to step down. They are demanding freedom and overthrow of the Despotic Regime.


از این جوونا بپرسند غیرت از که آموختی،


حتما میگن از اونهایکه نشستند تو خارج، چلوکباب میخورند و میگن ایرونیها بی غیرتند !!

Jahanshah Javid

Check your own conscience

by Jahanshah Javid on

If you are doing something, ANYTHING, to help the struggle in Iran and expose this terrible regime, your conscience is clear.

The rest... sleep well.


Khers, inhaaro bebeen va goosh kon!!!!

by Monda on

Thank you for the reminder Ebi jan!


JJ jan,

by Monda on

You are doing Your share by publishing all this material for us to be current with the news inside our motherland. What is it that people like me can do?! Besides attending demonstrations when life allows? Or cheering the cause here and there. Albeit Whole-heartedly.

How deprived or bi-gheyrat do you think I feel right now for not being in Iran in person?! 

ebi amirhosseini

JJ Jaan....

by ebi amirhosseini on


 This clip is the best response to this unworthy blog:


Ebi aka Haaji


Warrior's of Iran

by curly on

One word describes my feeling and it is being sooooooooooooooo proud of Iranians   Just love them!

Jahanshah Javid

Beh in migan...

by Jahanshah Javid on

... gheyrat!

People living under oppression. Thousands arrested and imprisoned for protesting and criticizing the regime. And still they dare to go out onto the streets and shout their demands.

That's courage.

And you and I abroad, sitting at home, in free countries, doing nothing... shame on US.