Change the Ayatollahs

alimostofi
by alimostofi
18-Nov-2010
 

I am watching the film Gandhi for the millionth time and I am still enjoying it. This time the word provocation rings loud.

That is what I hear. Walker the US reporter, was responsible to write and provoke the British.

That is the situation we have now. The world press does not use the correct terms to provoke the regime in Iran.

We have a different situation in Iran than Indians did with the British. The alien was clearly different. This alien is seen by some members of the press as Iranian.

I have recently taken it my mission to correct anyone who uses the word "Iran" inappropriately. Please save the name of Iran. Let Iranians be represented correctly.

Once the Ayatollahs see that they are not seen as Iranians, then they will be forced to change their view of Iranians.

We have to live with them and they with us, just like other non-Iranians. But they cannot tell take our Free Will and culture from us. They will be provoked non-violently until they put Iran above Islam.

But more importantly we need more people like Walker who express the position of both parties more clearly. The world press is responsible for the mess we are in.

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Well as I said in my article, the object of the exercise is to deal with the media in English. One small step for the media one giant leap for Iran.

Ali Mostofi

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Cost-of-Progress

The approach

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in Iran, mr mostofi, is actually to keep quiet to stay alive. Of course if you talk islam, then you could be appointed the minister of this and the vazir of that.

Your theoratical and fluffy touchy feely stuff is nice and rings real well on paper. Reality, however, is far different from that. 

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Anonymouse

What about the Islamic tie or the Islamic ice cream?

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alimostofi

The approach is not to talk

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The approach is not to talk in Islamic terms, but in Iranian terms.

At the moment all discussions revolve around Islam this and Islam that. That only helps them. If you want a solution for Iran, use our culture.

In terms of our culture we have plenty of pro-Life literature. So think within a more appreciative system.


Cost-of-Progress

They drink; no hijab but also pray when they need something::-)

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Bingo!!

That's the group I'm talking about.

In gatherings I try to refrain myself from stating the problem (I've realized its no use and just bumps up my blood pressure) and my wife reminds me of that, but sometimes, those with haft-ghalam arrayesh,  a mini skirt and with a glass of wine in hand, "challenge" me about the essence of true Islam....Makes me laugh...

These people and the west-residing chest beaters of the murdeorus regime could share some thoughts...although in reality they are oceans apart.

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Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

most, actually a great

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most, actually a great number of Iranians, differentiate between the mullahs and "true" Islam 

Yes it is a problem. I see two solutions:

  • The preferred solution is what is happening to Iranians in the West. About 1/2 originally Muslim Iranians have now left Islam. Sure I like to see 100% but I take this for now. Hopefully in a couple of generations it will hit 75 - 80 %.
  • Water Islam down so it is nothing like it was meant to be. That is what a great many Iranian Muslims want. I know that the Muslims in my greater family are of that ilk. They drink; no hijab but also pray when they need something::-)

Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Re: Capital Punishment

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There is truth to what COP says. However it is a slipper slope. In America people generally tolerate other opinions and ideas. Therefore death penalty is not applied to people for their opinions except for the Rosbergs. 

It is a slippery slope however and must be banned. There no justification for it.


Cost-of-Progress

Yes VPK, but

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most, actually a great number of Iranians, differentiate between the mullahs and "true" Islam - THAT my friend, is our problem because there IS NO DIFFERENCE.

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Cost-of-Progress

Capital Punishment, here and there

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are 2 different things.

What's practiced in Iran and other dictatorial regimes is selective extermination via state-sponsored capital punishment.

Here, the person who rapes your daughter and slits her throat gets the gas chamber.

Two different things.

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Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

COP Jan

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I agree with much of what you say. I would love to see us all reject Islam. Good news is that about half the Iranians in the West have done just that. However

  • People responsible for Islamist Republic did that over 30 years ago.
  • Not all demanded an Islamic Republic; I was opposed to it from day one.
  • It does not require every Iranian to reject Islam; just a good number.

Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Ali Jan

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I guess we both agree to not tolerate death penaltyt :-)

Capital punishment is the root of the problem. 

I am not sure if this is true. I think is is a symptom of intolerance. How do you silence a voice: kill the person. I do agree that it should be banned. But we are just covering the problem. People need to  learn to accept and maybe welcome different ideas. When we get there any demands for "executions" will be gone.

Very unfortunately Islam is one of the most intolerant religions. That is one reason why it relies so much on death penalty. It is also deeply heavily influencing our people. When some Mollah does not like what you say he issues a death fatwa! How do we deal with it. I want to hear any ideas people have.


Cost-of-Progress

What?

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"The world press is responsible for the mess we are in."

"Once the Ayatollahs see that they are not seen as Iranians, then they will be forced to change their view of Iranians." Dear Mr Mostofi,

Are you serious? WE are responsible for the mess we're in -period. All those folks who went into the street supporting the installation of the clerical regime are responsible; the parent of those who poured in the streets trying to undo what their parents did over 30 years ago are responsible. Let's assign blame where it belongs. All those "students" who marched in the streets of DC protesting are responsible...Where are they now,? We cherish dead Arabs more than our own scholars. Until the late 1800 early 1900's, very little people even knew of Khayyam, It took the Brits to bring him back and reintroduce him to Iranians, but we had thousands of emmam-zaadeh that everyone knew real well. Further, the Mullahs could give a good fart about Iran - they are not nationalistic people and put Arabism in front of everything Persian. Let's face it: Islam has done this to us in the course of 14 centuries and we must do everything we can to undo it. Until every Iranian accepts that, we will not begin the process to free the shackles.

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Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Re: fell asleep

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When my daughter was 6 I took her mini golfing. They also remted these go cars and had a mini race track which allowed kids. I took her for a few spins around the track. By the time I was done she was sound sleep!! 


alimostofi

Capital punishment is the

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Capital punishment is the root of the problem. We have all discussed this one and we know that death disguises itself wrapped up in all sorts of packages. No one has a reason to kill. Once you lead a campaign for Life then all of it will fall in place.

Ali Mostofi

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Anonymouse

When I first saw Gandi in college, I fell asleep in theatre!

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Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Ali Jan

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I agree with most of what you are saying. However tolerance and inclusiveness only go to a degree. For example:

  • How do you tolerate the Islamic idea that a person born to a Muslim family MUST remain a Muslim. And they KILL you for chaning your religion.
  • How do you tolerate the idea that Sharia law applies to every person.
  • I am against the death penalty. I do not tolerate it.
  • I am for equality of genders. I do not tolerate gender discrimination.

My friend I am all for tolerance. But other side must also accept it. If not there is no point. Words mean nothing when one side has no respect for other people.


alimostofi

Positive thinking is what

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Positive thinking is what brings us together. Iran is more inclusive than Islam. The Ayatollahs feel more religious near their burial centres. They really are better suited to have their own home around those places in Iraq.

Never the less the Iranian culture is the most tolerant in the world, by the very nature that we have been around the longest. We are the hub of the world.

We should not be devisive. We are more appreciative, like Maryam has shown. Thank you.

Ali Mostofi

http://www.alimostofi.com

 


Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Iran above

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Islam. The Ayatollahs will never put Iran above Islam. Because their minds are deranged. They are incapable of free thought and fear it. The only solution is to remove them from power and never allow them to gain power again.


Maryam Hojjat

Excellent point

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Thanks for your blog.