Hila Sedighi

Zir e 18: Hagh e ra'y nah, hagh e edaam baleh



Absolutely beautiful

by siavash1000 on

Thank you Hila. You are being loved by all Iranians.

Statira is right. The best post in this site.


zire 18

by alx1711 on

Mohammad "loved" 9yrs old inocent girls.

I am quiet supprised that Mullahs say 18. Is it because when they are under 18 they are KHUM!!


zire 18

by alx1711 on

Mohammad "loved" 9yrs old inocent girls.

I am quiet supprised that Mullahs say 18. Is it because when they are under 18 they KHUM!!

Anahid Hojjati

I think Statira has the best comment

by Anahid Hojjati on

Really, if we had many more like Hila, the IRI would fall much sooner. She does have a heart of gold.

Maryam Hojjat

Brave, beautiful & intelligent IRANIAN

by Maryam Hojjat on

who makes us all proud of her.



by statira on

and outspoken. If everybody in Iran was as fearless as her, the molla regime wouldnt be last a minute.


IMmortal Guard

by Doctor mohandes on

One big and obvious fallacy in your argument is that Investing in the stock market for the purpose of "winning" solely is wrong to begin with. That is not the mentality to have to go into the market, You should go in there for the long haul, Let the money stay in there and don't touch it for a long time.

As with Democracy, The only piower the real power so to speak, Is the fact that people have the right and the chance to make their voices heard and not necessarily "share" any powers. Whether power is concentrated or not, Everyone gets their fair share in playing a role in making the necessary changes to make things right and to make sure that overall the society is moving in the right direction.

Just enjoy the view will ya?:))




by Ferfereh on

as always, you're the one.

Jonny Dollar

Beauty and the brain! Eyes have it! Gorgeous!

by Jonny Dollar on

She is such a Persian beauty and culture! Is she married?

"In the end, a man's life is measured not by what he has but by what he has given!"

Immortal Guard

Democracy is like the Stock Market!

by Immortal Guard on

Democracy is to politics what Stock Market is to economics.

Everybody goes to the Stock Market to win. You would never find anybody who goes to the Stock Market to lose. Everbody thinks they have an equal chance to win and share in the wealth. But the reality is that most people lose in the Stock Market. Why is this so? Well the Stock Market is like a casino and the same principles of mathematical probability and statistics underlie its working and functionings. Read the books "Probability for Dummies" and "Statistics for Dummies".But the wealth is concentrated. I don't know the exact figures but in the US more than 95% of the wealth is owned by less than 5% of the people.

Now what symbolizes the most a Democracy in today's world? The so-called Free Elections. This gives the people the impression that they all have an equal chance to win and share in the power. But like the Stock Market most people lose. The fact of the matter is that Democracy is the biggest lie in human history and it is no more than a placebo for the masses. So following the same reasoning as above power is concentrated!

Just my 3 cents!

Azarin Sadegh


by Azarin Sadegh on

Our new Forough Farokhzad.. beautiful poetry written by an amazing fearless woman! Brava! 


Absolutely Wonderful!

by Monda on

Please read divaneh's comment on Hila.



by iamfine on

She is beautiful but a little shy (khajalati) and that is an extra point for her.


That was a good one.

by norooz on

That was a good one.


"No rights to Vote, Every Right to be executed"!

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

Timely reminder to the fate of 57 of our Iranain brothers and sister, many of them political prisoners, who have been executed by the fascist islamist regime of Iran since January first 2011... 

"Personal business must yield to collective interest."



by divaneh on

Good look, admirable talents, high intelligence and a hearth of gold, she has it all. More power to her.


It's nice to start the day by her poem

by عموجان on

Too bad these Arabs(Islamic Republic) don't understand Farsi. 


Shir zaan

by Bavafa on

How talented, how bright and how brave to write and recite such lovely poem that speaks the truth of life in Iran, specially for the young and conscientious group who are paying a hefty price each day under IRI


Esfand Aashena


by Esfand Aashena on

Everything is sacred

Anahid Hojjati

Great poem and point by Hila

by Anahid Hojjati on

Another great poem by Hila. Thanks for sharing.

G. Rahmanian

Death To IR

by G. Rahmanian on

A beautifu, but sad poem by a wonderful human being! Thank you!