TRIBUTE TO THE PERSIAN PRINCE: Prince Ali Reza Pahlavi (1966-2011)

TRIBUTE TO THE PERSIAN PRINCE: Prince Ali Reza Pahlavi (1966-2011)
by Darius Kadivar

Prince Ali Reza Pahlavi the second Son of the Late Shah and Shahbanou Farah took his life away in his Boston Apartment. This is a Day of Great Tragedy. May the Prince of Persia Rest in Peace along with his sister.

Crown Prince Reza Issued a Statement as follows:

It is with immense grief that we would like to inform our compatriots of the passing away of Prince Alireza Pahlavi.

Like millions of young Iranians, he too was deeply disturbed by all the ills fallen upon his beloved homeland, as well as carrying the burden of losing a father and a sister in his young life.

Although he struggled for years to overcome his sorrow, he finally succumbed, and during the night of the 4th of January 2011, in his Boston residence, took his own life, plunging his family and friends into great sorrow.

Once again, we are joined with mothers, father and relatives of so many victims of these dark times for our country.

Reza Pahlavi, Farah Pahlavi, Farahnaz Pahlavi, Yasmine Pahlavi, Noor Pahlavi, Iman Pahlavi and Farah Pahlavi


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Veiled Prophet of Khorasan


by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on


I am afraid Shah did not deal properly with the Mollahs. He made the giant mistake of trying to win them over. To work with them instead of uprooting them. We saw what happened next.

The regime that follows IR must deal with the Mollahs. Note I am not saying Islam but Mollahs. They should be kicked straight back to Allah. Let him sort them out. If not we are begging for more of this.


Transformations In Iran

by aspalathos on

Another Sad Tragedy For Such Great Family Of Late HIH Reza Pahlavi And Shahbanu Farah. I Am Certain That One Day Soon The Iranian People Will Awoke-Up, See Reality And Will OverThrow And Dismantle MULLAH'S Bloody Regime And Their Devil Possessions. The Iranian People Will Make Iran Again Modern, Prosperous And Peaceful Country For All It's Citizens, As Late Shah Reza Pahlavi Tried To Do With His "White Revolution"(I Think He Got Some Lessons From Yugoslav President Josip Broz Tito For His White Revolution), But Could Not Fully Materialize It(Of Course When You Touch The Property Of Clergy They OverThrow You). Our Deepest Condolences To Her Imperial Highness The Shahbanou, The Crown Prince And All Their Family And Iranian People. We Hope And Pray That Shahbanu And All Pahlavi Family Remains Strong, Because The Day When They Will Be Needed For ReBuilding Democratic Iran Are JUST On The Corner. Rest In Peace Young Prince.





by AryamehrNYC on

Dear Khaleh-Zanak, 

May you get run over by a semi in the very near future for all of the vile/hateful and raging with envy comments you have posted towards a person you know nothing about. 

It is because of intellectually-challenged people like that we had a revolution and ruined a country brimming with such promise. 


The people

by hirre on

When the people are not ready, they are not ready, no matter how good the next thing is for their future... This is an important lesson to be learned in for future rulers...


Sad News

by radius-of-the-persian-cat on

I read with condolescence that the youngest son of the late persian Shah, Alireza
Pahlevi, took his life away at a much to young age. It is sad to learn that somebody who was
forced to leave its home and had to live in exil for decades, dies there without seeing his home country returning to freedom and prosperity. It is a particular tragedy since there is big hope for political changes now, which I am sure he would have welcomed so much.

My condolescence to his family, friends and all iranian people.



susansab jaan, Thank you

by Arthimis on

susansab jaan,

Thank you for your response to "TahGord Shekast Khordeh" aka "Sargord Pirouz" lol :D on behalf of all sane Iranians...

Love and Peace,

Free Iran and Iranians.


70 million...

by hamid5 on

First my condolences to the family for loss of life.

Weather you like it or not, the 70 milion are suffering right now because this family left!. Its very easy; just compare the life style & standard of leaving of the MIDDLE class in Iran in last 30 years, with the same during 37 years of the Shah.

800, 000 dead & dissabled from Iran / Iraq war, we all know when this family was in power, neither Saddam, nor any other arab would dare to attack Iran!....25% inflation, 35% un employment,drugs covering the entire country, demise of midle class, poverty, prostitution, loss of equality between men & women, loosing the rights of the Caspian sea...exporting prostitudes to Turkey & arab countries, I can go on & on....

Maybe compare to the US democracy, the Shah had a bad government, but taking to account the cultural & religious socio status of a country in that area, Shah was the best thing that happend to them.

Dariush Kabir

Once again True Iranians Vs Mullah Sargorg.

by Dariush Kabir on

First, my sympathy goes to Pahlavi's family. It is really sad to see that there are people like Mullah Sargord who use this occasion to be mean spirited and at the same time stupid. This is the same guy who was happy to see Iranians getting beat up by German Police and give the German police a winning score!. Obviously Mullah Sargord has been well trained by his masters in IRI, if he had a chance he would follow their lead in beating Iranians in Tehran streets, torture  and rape of young Iranians in jails and killing Iranian people by execution . Now who is Anti Iran and anti Iranians? All true Iranians would be sad  to see a young Iranian  life cut short like this regardless of political preference.

maziar 58

ooh yes

by maziar 58 on


I feel the pain too from your made-up stories; hope it'll not causes you to side track on copy cat tales   good luck though.          Maziar


Show some respect

by Parthianshot91 on

 What him and his family experienced would destroy everyone here who's talking bad about them. RIP


"They are not afraid of the ideology alone, but of the detemination and will of the men behind it"

Sargord Pirouz

Some personal notes

by Sargord Pirouz on


You know, I was thinking about it. I've known many suicides in my life, up close and personal.

There was the time a former worker at my shop showed up at my former business partner's place, with his girlfriend. They asked to spend the night and their hosts agreed. Then, in the middle of the night, this former co-worker put his head right up against his girlfriend's and blew their heads off using a shotgun. A former employee of mine described the details of cleaning off the brain matter, flesh and blood in the bedroom, after the police wrapped up their investigation. Gruesome.

Many years ago, there was a kid working at another shop who used to come by and tell me he didn't like where he was working. I tried to get him to work for me but he remained noncommittal. One day, an employee of mine came into the shop all animated. He said the kid I was trying to hire was found dead with a bullet in his head and a gun in his hand. Apparently the kid had lost a game of Russian roulette in his room, alone.

Then there was the fellow that used to come by my shop. Kind of an odd fellow, but friendly. He was a journalist and let me ride the first Honda 650 Hawk in the area. About ten years ago his girlfriend of many years ditched him, so the guy took a handgun to himself and that was the end of that.

A while back, an old motorcycle racer buddy of mine left a bar at 2 am, intent on throwing his fate to the wind. He screamed up the street on his bike through an intersection at nearly 100 mph. Just then, a car crossed his path and he slammed like a pinball machine across the street into parked cars. At the hospital his head swelled to double normal size, making him look like a grotesque monster. He was in a coma on life support. They decided to pull the plug.

There was a woman we used to ride with. She seemed to have issues with here appearance and identity. A few years ago she killed herself with a handgun. Our local riding community was devastated. 

This is just a sample of what I've experienced, personally. So you'll excuse me if I don't shed any crocodile tears for some spoiled guy I never knew.


maziar 58


by maziar 58 on

I taghut of a cruel remark but came up with the NAIL in your seat rather than your heart !!

you may wanna change that seat of yours on the BIKE.    Maziar



by mirzakoochak.khan on

in my contury nobody know & belive reza . he should recognized for the iranian . but way ...???


Our sympathy to Royal family

by siavash1000 on

Our country men and women are mourning over the loss of one of true son of Iran. Our sympathy for our brave and courages Shahbanoo and our king crown Reza Pahlavi.

It is sad to see half breed Arab bastards come on this site and post a comment against our Royal family. These Islamic bastards who are the result of battle of Ghadeseyeh should go to and post their comments over there. This site is Iranian. com. Thanks for understanding.

R.I.P Ali Reza 

Sargord Pirouz


by Sargord Pirouz on

Y'know, it doesn't make me happy or unhappy. I'm simply an ordinary person offering a dispassionate opinion. That's it.

This family has some seriously negative issues. It's sure a good thing they're no longer running a country of 70 million.


Sargord Pirouz ........I know this will make you happy..........

by susansab on



Since writing with etiquette would be too much for you to comprehend, I will force myself to write to you in a level where you may understand since educating a cow such as yourself would be hard.


What is it Sargord Pirouz? Are you happy, really happy that another Member of the Iranian Royal Family has passed away in such tragic circumstances? I guess you are a pure example of what Islam and your beloved Islamic Republic of Iran stands for, do you always rejoice when a member of your own family dies? You know what every time from now on that one of your beloved leaders dies I am going to have a party and celebrate as well, after all one less dirty blood amongst us is a celebration.


I guess if I had sold my soul like you and your other friends and family in Iran for money, which in total cannot be more than £1.5 million in total, you should be happy because if it wasn’t for the present government in Iran, losers like yourself would never have been heard for you would have been left behind in your villages where the only thing that would give you the time and day would have been the donkey’s and cows that didn’t know better.


For your information Mr ignorant peasant which should be your new name, if the Shah left Iran in 1979, it was because he didn’t want to kill those who would come to the streets accuse him of all sorts, I wish he had killed all those bastards who betrayed him for if he had done that, this would not have been the Iran we see today run by uneducated pigs like you and those who call themselves Mullahs.


I think all Iranians should piss on every mosque which can be found in every corner of every street in Iran every evening for the name of all those who were raped and killed because all they wanted was freedom of speech and democracy for their country.


Cowards are people like you that in times like this, you are finger pointing instead of showing your respect for another human being. I hope that all the bad things you wish for this family happens to you and to your miserable family.


If you are Iranian, shame on you, how much does the Iranian Government pay you to write all this shit.


You and people like yourself, as well as your beloved Iranian Government may have won these battles in the last 32 years but trust me the ultimate war will be won by the real Iranian people not you Arab lovers.


Death to Islam, Death to the Iranian Government, Death to all Mullahs and more importantly death to people like you who doesn’t know the meaning of Democracy.





Sargord Pirouz

Like Father, like Daughter and Son

by Sargord Pirouz on

The daddy ran away from his country like a sniveling little coward, twice.

So the daughter and the son took the coward's way out and ran away from lige itself.

No big surprises here, folks. Cowardice runs in the family. 

Sargord Pirouz

I guess maybe the old

by Sargord Pirouz on

I guess maybe the old evil-eye curse really works. 


Another Tribute for our

by Arthimis on

Another Tribute for our Prince Ali Reza...

This one especially is for you Mr. Kadivar! Surely you appreciate the profound music of Yann Tiersen and Jean Pierre Jeunet's masterpiece: Amelie' from France:


Love and Peace,

Free Iran and Iranians. 




Mr. Sargord, how dare you...

by Arthimis on

I initially cursed you, but now decided to edit this and self censor myself! I just wanted to tell you that you have a very dark heart and you are full of black poison like the rest of all those so called Islamists and Basijis who have occupied our Motherland, Iran! You, by leaving such a despicable comment for his family and millions of other Iranians who just lost a son and a brother, you proved how dark your soul really is... I don't know how you and people like you live with yourselves? I feel sorry for you...

An Iranian man who wants and demands Free Iran and Iranians. 


Beautiful tribute to our

by Arthimis on

Beautiful tribute to our Prince, Ali Reza (Rest In Peace) Mr. Kadivar, God bless you... Such a moving and appropriate clip in his loving memory... Thank you. Condolences to Shahbanoo Farah ,Love and Peace.

Free Iran and Iranians. 


Now go say that these people wanna rule Iran cause of money

by Parthianshot91 on

 Seeing their country in such a situation hurts them more than most, cause these people actually care about Iran and it's people, unlike those shameless mullah leaches and their peice of sh!t basijis.


R.I.P baradar, hope you're in a better place.


"They are not afraid of the ideology alone, but of the detemination and will of the men behind it"



by statira on

My condolences goes out to his family especially Shahbanoo Farah. Khoda Sabresh bede.


A Sad Day For All Iranians.

by AlexInFlorida on

My Condolences.  RIP

Sargord Pirouz

What's with the last two

by Sargord Pirouz on

What's with the last two generations of Pahlavi? So weak they can't face the world?

If only the grandfather hadn't been surrounded by corrupt little men and he'd been able to field a halfway decent army, maybe his offspring would have been more capable. Ah, who am I kidding--they'd still be a bunch of miserable cowards. 

G. Rahmanian

My Condolences

by G. Rahmanian on

To Pahlavi Family For Their Tragic Loss. It Is A Very Sad Day!



by sara29-1978 on

so sad and not fair........



by Fred on

What a tragedy, emancipated Iran needs people like him who love and care for her.

Condolenses to all Iran lovers, his family and friends.


This is very very sad and I am very sorry about this tragedy

by Mehrban on

May he rest in peace.


So sad...

by Emrooz on

This is so sad.  May he RIP.