SHAHYAD vs BIG BEN: Rastakhiz Novin’s Omid Parsa Reponds To Nourizadeh’s Critics

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SHAHYAD vs BIG BEN: Rastakhiz Novin’s Omid Parsa Reponds To Nourizadeh’s Critics
by Darius Kadivar
30-Nov-2012
 

Omid Parsa and fellow members of a monarchist movement called Rastakhiz Novin were subject to criticisms by Ali Reza Nourizadeh.  What's the Big Deal ? 

The Organization ( See Website) is clearly an independent initiative by Iranians living in Sweden most of them refugees and former prisoners of conscience as seems to be the case for Omid Dana ( a former Green turned Monarchist) who was arrested during the 2009 protests. From the little I know other than the clumsy name choice of their party (rather a student club at best ) which is inspired by the Shah’s single party system, these young folks have not expressed any desire to rule the country nor establish themselves as anything other than supporters of a constitutional monarchy based on the 1906 Constitution which prevailed prior to the Islamic Revolution of 1979.

 

Regardless of what they support, to my knowledge these young men and women have not been involved in any acts of violence, so why shouldn’t they be entitled to expressing themselves ?

 

Any support and affection they have expressed towards Iran’s royal family has been in a gesture of solidarity and compassion in response to the Crown Prince’s call for unity of all political forces who wish to see a change of regime in Iran.

 

Nourizadeh questions Crown Prince Reza about Rastakhiz Novin:

 

Omid Dana and Members of Rastakhiz Novin Demonstrate peacefully and explain why they Raise Crown Prince Reza’s Photo:

 

 

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A QUESTION OF LOYALTY


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Nourizadeh however expresses surprise that the Crown Prince has found a new group of supporters when in fact it is naturally logical given that Crown Prince Reza whether he likes it or notmade an Oath as “Roi de Jure” ( aka “King Apparent”) on the 31th October 1980 in Cairo shortly after his 20th birthday.  He pledged to upon his father’s death to respect, protect, defend the Constitution of 1906. So contrary to what Nourizadeh Claims, the Crown Prince has not found a new set of supporters but merely loyal monarchists who have never turned their shirt since day One.


Shah’s Last Will read by Shahbanou Farah:

 


Crown Prince Reza Pahlavi meets Diaspora journalists and activists in 1990 in Portland Oregon:

 

 

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IF THE BRITISH DO IT, IT’s OK ?

 

IF IRANIANS DO IT, IT’s NOT ? 

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Crowd of over 25000 flag-waving royalists cheered Queen Jubilee Concert:

Prince Charles' speech at the Diamond Jubilee Concert :

 

Farrokhzad Padeshah Ma Reza:

 

 

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GREEN TOLERANCE?

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Pro Green Demonstrators Insult Monarchists in LA and tear the Shiro Khorshid Flag, Summer 2009:

 

 

Pro Moussavi Supporters Discourage Pro Pahlavi Supporters, Feb 14th, 2011:


 

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RASTAKHIZ NOVIN

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Mr. Abdi of Aryaee TV defends the Ratakhiz Novin’s Freedom of Expression:

 

 

Omid Parsa Interviews fellow likeminds demonstrating in Sweden:

 

Rastakhiz Novin Group In support to the political Prisoners in Iran:


 

Related Website:

http://rastakhizenovin.org/

 

Related Blogs:

REZA’s CALL: Ali Reza Nourizadeh Interview with Crown Prince Reza


SHAHYAD vs BIG BEN: Cyrus Cylinder 'to help Iran-US relations' say’s British Museum

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