PRINCE OF PERSIA: Crown Prince Reza Spending Summer in Rabat, Morocco (1984)

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PRINCE OF PERSIA: Crown Prince Reza Spending Summer in Rabat, Morocco (1984)
by Darius Kadivar
23-Feb-2010
 

Crown Prince Reza Pahlavi spent his first years in exile in Rabat, Morocco before definitively being allowed to return in the United States as a resident. Summer Vacation Rabat, Morocco (circa 1984)

Trailer of Josef von Sternberg's movie Morocco (1930) starring Gary Cooper and Marlene Dietriche:

Shots of Rabat, Morocco:

Women Rights in Morocco:

King Mohamed VI marries Salma Bennani ( a computer scientist) in 2002:

Alfred Hitchcock's The Man Who Knew Too Much trailer (1956):

Another one:

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ROYAL BROTHERS: Crown Prince Reza and Prince Ali Reza (1990's)


PRINCE OF PERSIA: Crown Prince Reza and followers in London (1989)

 

PRINCE OF PERSIA: Barbara Walters Interview with Crown Prince Reza (2002)

PRINCE OF PERSIA: Crown Prince Reza Greeted by British Royal Family (1978)

PRINCE OF PERSIA: Crown Prince Reza Graduates as Officer in IIAF (1977-78)

PRINCE OF PERSIA: Crown Prince Reza on Human Rights German TV & Diaspora Media (1993/1995)

PRINCE OF PERSIA: Crown Prince Reza and Iranian Asylum Seekers, London (2005)

PRINCE OF PERSIA: Crown Prince Reza, Morocco (1983)

PRINCE OF PERSIA: Crown Prince Reza on Horse "Palang" (1975) 

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Fatollah

DK

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az khand-e rod-e haam dard gereft, mordam! :-)

thanks for the reply ! :-)


Peter Pan

Mr. Kadivar

by Peter Pan on

I like what you say about the Qajar prince. LOL  Now they know you are a  multi task kinda guy. I laughed all the way, about fart  and pull left.

Merci


Darius Kadivar

amirkabear4u Why Absolutely ;0))

by Darius Kadivar on

I'm NOT One of YOU !

Cause YOUR "Fairness and Equality in Justice" applies only to Palestinians NOT Iranians !

Now Go Fetch Your Palestinian Passport at the Nearest HAMAS Embassy :

Yasser Arafat Hails Iranian Revolution:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65xpvmCsm-c

NAH GHAZE, NAH LOBNAN, JANAM FADAYE IRAN!:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gr8YrAx21GE&feature=related

Now Give it another Thought ... They Usually Say Third Time Lucky !

LOL


amirkabear4u

On second thought

by amirkabear4u on

considering your past performances as well, YOU ARE NOT one of us. This explain your mentality very clearly.

Fairness and Equality in Justice


Darius Kadivar

Phantom aka Faghan That's because You're a Bad Sport ;0)

by Darius Kadivar on

When the Phantom Talks ...

DK The Royal Court's Grand Chambellan Farts ...

That is the degree to which I value Your Clueless Opinion ! LOL

Drifting to the Left ... PULL !

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dk47saogI8o&feature=related

Anyhow we know your one of those bitter Qajar Princes turned Revolutionary only to regain back the lands the Pahlavi Kings distributed to the hard working farmers of Iranzamin:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0MXdIzU-Dc4

That explains why You are So Saucy with Our King ...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hyw_o6P6-WQ

I Sympathize with the bitterness to have lost your fortune to your Mullah Masters. That''s what usually happens to clueless Traitors like you who chose to Betray both King and Country for Materialistic reasons and personal greed ... LOL

Noosheh Jaan Haghet Bood !

Hope you will find the strength to overcome that Self Inflicted pain you have been living with 30 years on ...

take care Judas !

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2skwoHvw-3w&feature=related

And Oh ...

VIVE LE ROI !

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93OWN1-nAQo

Hee Hee  

 


fozolie

Interesting reminder Darius

by fozolie on

Two years earlier he simply refused to provide any leadership for resistance against the Akhoond regime.  He failed to show he had or has what it takes to be a leader of the crisis we were/are facing. That is why in the eyes of many he is not credible. Just being the heir is not enough. 

Mr. Fozolie


The Phantom Of The Opera

Checkmate..and a farewell song while I had gone for the day?...

by The Phantom Of The Opera on

I don't think so. The Great  Revolution of the Iranian people in '79 threw you and your kind out of the country, as it did your ideas and reverence for monarchy and dictatorship. Even the pain that I feel via the presence and control of the present-day mullahs, does not lessen the relief I feel over the fact that people like yourself no longer have a say or control in today's Iran. Moreover, I am confident that you and your kind will be excluded from the country's future as well.

The Pahlavis, all mullahs, and all public figures associated with the Green Movement  must disclose the source and the amount of their wealth/income.


Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Souri Jan

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on

 

I don't think people where olagh in the genetic sense. I do think they were naive.  The new generation has seen the effects of their choice. They don't like it. I don't blame them. Their parents betrayed them. Now they live in hell created by their parents.

I beleive the 60s generation were fooled. I know I was there and saw my own cousin buy into the nonsense. People would read the junk by Shariati and Al Ahmad and believe it. They were not the only people. The "mod" was to be either a Marxists; an Islamist or both! I remember reading my favorite science publication "Faza". It had a lot of articles about scientific knowledge in the Quaran. It had me convinced for a while. 


Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

The Pahlavis

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on

 

The reality is that the Pahlavis specially Reza Shah did a lot for Iran. The Shah also did a lot for Iran. Were they dictators: yes. But that generation of Iran proved they needed a dictator. Specially the 60s generation. They whined about freedom. Then when they got freedom they picked Khomeini and the cultural revolution.  I thank god I was lucky to be raised under the Shah and not Khomeini. I wish we had a dictator like Reza Shah or even Mohammad Reza Shah.

The way that generation treated him is shameful. Many people have seen the results. That generation indeed has more than its share of olagh and namak nashnash. Specially the intellectuals like Shariati; Al Ahmad and the like.

Past is past now. Iran needs a leader to unite it when IRR goes. Do you people really want Mousavi who kisses up to Khamenei or Reza Pahlavi who honors Iran and its ancient heritage.

The main problem is that RP has not shown strong leadership. He can
either be like his grandfather and do something. Or like Al Gore and
fade into nothingness. If he does not then someone else will sooner or later. 

Personally I don't have a favorite. As long as they honor Iran and put Iran above all. 


Darius Kadivar

CheckMate ! ;0)

by Darius Kadivar on

Chant des Adieux (2) - Scouts & Guides de France:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMKCF2n-gJk


The Phantom Of The Opera

It's beyond LOL ;)) etc.

by The Phantom Of The Opera on

I wish I could share, or at least find the humor after your blunder. If you people have a grand plan of exclusivity for the nation, this is the time to spell it out. Your useless prince, however, tries to keep the message of inclusiveness as high as possible.

Last post of the day, enjoy the number of hits!

The Pahlavis, all mullahs, and all public figures associated with the Green Movement  must disclose the source and the amount of their wealth/income.


Darius Kadivar

We can always find YOU The Phantom a Place to stay ;0)

by Darius Kadivar on

Qom would be a suitable place for Traitors to King and Country like You who sold Iran to the Mullahs.

Upon Restoration of Our King on the Peacock Throne. I Will make sure Personally that you are so comfortable You won't even think twice to leave the wretched place unless you want to become a Phantom for Real : 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aGAAB0zI2OA


Darius Kadivar

amirkabear4u ... Tale of Two Iran's

by Darius Kadivar on

The difference is we don't belong to the same Iran ...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PhFoO84eBtk&feature=related

Now go and enjoy your last bath before you cut yourself badly with a razor. Oh and feel free to pass it on to your other Olagh Friend the Phantom aka Faghan.

 


amirkabear4u

DK

by amirkabear4u on

You said;

'Melateh Olagheh Namak Nashnas Hageshoon bood'

now you done it. With attitude like yours one can conclude you are from the same people yourself too. haha

 

Fairness and Equality in Justice


The Phantom Of The Opera

,

by The Phantom Of The Opera on

The Pahlavis, all mullahs, and all public figures associated with the Green Movement  must disclose the source and the amount of their wealth/income.