Happy Eid ul-fitr

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Fred
by Fred
09-Sep-2010
 

Eid ul-fitr is a holiday that marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic month of fasting. Like any such occasion anywhere in the world it is a time for celebration. But like most other things, what is a time for celebration elsewhere is not so in IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic.

Due to the shorter working hours during the month of fasting, this occasion in IRR marks the time to begin clearing up the backlog, catch up with the delayed hangings, amputations, eye gougings, lashings and the occasional raping.   

So it is understandable that Mohammad Mostafaie to be extra worried. He is the brave Iranian lawyer who represents the 43 year old Iranian woman, Sakineh M. Ashtiani. She is of course the one waiting to be murdered by stoning or some other barbaric Islamist method.

After Mr. Mostafai’s wife was taken hostage by IRR to stop him from campaigning to save Sakineh’s life, he wisely chose to flee the country. International pressure forced Islamist Rapists to release his wife who along with their daughter have joined him in the civilized world.

Here is the brief video clip of the press conference Mr. Mostafai along with French Foreign Minister held on Sunday where he is talking about the dreaded end of Eid ul-fitr which in IRR calendar will be tonight.

Happy Eid ul-fitr.   

 

 

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شجاعت تو از آن

I Voted Ahmadinejad


شجاعت تو از آن زبانی که استفاده می کنی معلوم است.

ram jams


Hoshang Targol

To : I voted AN

by Hoshang Targol on

Not only you don't have to check your spelling, you don't have to check your facts, your reality, or any reality what so ever for that  matter.

All you have to do is, to  love your AN, perhaps smear some AN on your face, as a facial mask, or eat it for your Eid al-Fitr.

Not only you voted AN, you have been AN, are AN, and probably will remain AN till your dying day, and have a good ANy weekend!  


AMIR1973

I Voted AN

by AMIR1973 on

The fact that you are a "Bi Savad" Groupie of a Rapist Regime living in the West is a very relevant factor. The quality of your education is pure garbage. It is quite obvious that you speak English worse than a janitor from Mexico--nothing against Mexican janitors: they are very decent people and not Rapist Regime Groupies. Okay, now go "do your job" and vomit some propaganda on behalf of your fellow Islamist Rapists. Cheers  :-)


Roozbeh_Gilani

" a little bit of courage"!

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

یارو جوجه بسیجی از ترسش در رفته از ایران و اومده تو آمریکا یا اروپا قیم شده، با یک اسم قلابی، و اومده اینجا هی‌ زرو زیر میکنه، به این ا‌و اون فحش میده، احمدی‌نژاد، احمدی‌نژاد میگه، اونوقت دم از "شجاعت" میزنه! اره، ارواح عمه شجاعش!


Hoshang Targol

Eid Fitr in Tehran, "only Shia may celebrate version"

by Hoshang Targol on

 Only in Islamic Republic of Hell

جلوگیری از برگزاری مراسم عید فطر توسط  اهل تسنن در تهران
دفتر خامنه ای نیروهای انتظامی را مکلف کرد تا از برگزاری نمامراسم  عید فطر اهل تسنن در تهران جلوگیری کند. ندای سبز آزادی در این باره می نویسد:  در سالهای قبل اهل تسنن در تهران در برخی از نقاط از جمله شهرک غرب،تهران سر،خیابان آیت الله کاشانی،میدان شوش و خیابان آزادی و نقطه ای در لواسانات اقدام به برگزاری نماز عیدفطر می نمودند که عموما از اهالی تسنن استانهای ایران؛از جمله کردستان،سیستان و مازندران وخوزستان و افاقنه ای که در تهران ساکن هستند می باشند که در عیدفطر با برگزاری نماز عیدفطر به دید وبازدید می پردازند و مراسم جشنی برپا می نمایند.اما با توجه به این دستور مسئولین نیروی انتظامی مناطق ذکر شده موظف هستند از تجمع و برگزاری جشن و نماز عید جلوگیری کنند.نیروی انتظامی با مراجعه به مسئولین این اماکن و دادن تذکر به آنها و نصب پلاکارد در محله های مورد نظر و با حضور فیزیکی مامورین و ادارت و ماشین آلات از برگزاری مراسم اهل تسنن جلوگیری به عمل خواهند آورد.

گفتنیست متن یکی از پلاکاردها عبارت است از:نماز وحدت آفرین عیدفطر در دانشگاه تهران به امامت مقام معظم رهبری ولی امر مسلمین جهان برگزار می گردد


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two irrelevant factors Amir

by I Voted Ahmadinejad on

 these 2 factors are 1- my place of residency 2- the quality of my education-honestly u dont know what u rtalking about- the 2 facts!!! will not help u getting rid of the islamic iran. what u need a little bit of couragethat u and your firends are lacking. why the exile iranians are so coward? why dont they go back to iran and practice what they preach?

sorry I have a job to go to and dont have time for spellchecking, since u r om welfare do this for me, really appreciate!!!

ram jams


MOOSIRvaPIAZ

Dear Reality-bites

by MOOSIRvaPIAZ on

you are right and perhaps I should be more vocal about my condemnation but I will admit that there are more passionate Iranian-Americans who do better job of raising these issues.  It might even be helpful and more effective if tasks were to be divided between us where one focuses on foreign policy issues and the other on human rights.

I hope that people dont misunderstand me and dont think of me as someone who is turning his back on human rights issues (or as some people love to, call me an IRI apologist), when I focus on the arguably immediate (external) threats that are facing Iranians. 


vildemose

Happy Eid

by vildemose on

Happy Eid everyone:

Please watch. Very funny. 

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrUl4tU0vN8

 


Reality-Bites

Dear MOOSIRvaPIAZ

by Reality-Bites on

Amir

by MOOSIRvaPIAZ on  

.....For every Sakineh who is suffering at the hands of IRI, there could potentially be 100s of others who will suffer because of the economic sanctions imposed on ordinary Iranians or god forbird, eventual war.....

=====================================================

Like you I'm against any sanctions and war should they ever be imposed on Iran, since I know it is the ordinary Iranians who will bear the brunt of them and not the IRI ruling class, at whose hands the people are already suffering as it is.

But, shall we, occasionally anyway, focus on those who are actually suffering rather than those who might potentially suffer? I'm sure you'll agree that actual torture, persecution and infliction of physical and mental suffering hurts a lot more than the potential versions of those acts.

Oh and Happy Eid-e fitr to all the decent and peace loving Muslims.


MOOSIRvaPIAZ

Amir

by MOOSIRvaPIAZ on

The foreign policy apparatus of America or anywhere else is not a one man show. the president does cost benefit analysis and facing extreme pressure from the neoconservatives and those who defend Israeli policies, and the threat from Israeli unilateral strike he has no choice but to oblige. If I was the president, I would do the same thing. It is not my job to jeopardize American interests. 

It is the job of Iranian-Americans, peace activists to make their voices heard in the halls of washington and elsewhere in europe and to counterbalance the neocon narrative, to counter the pressure form the neoconservatives.

 

As for the south african model of sanctions and their effects, I believe I've made myself pretty clear on many occasions here. It does not apply to Iran.. North Korea and Iraq are better models and we all know how they turned out. 

 

  • Invisible War: How Thirteen Years of US-Imposed Economic Sanctions Devastated Iraq Before the 2003 Invasion

http://www.democracynow.org/2010/9/1/invisible_war...

  • Sixty Years of Failed North Korea Sanctions

http://original.antiwar.com/christine-ahn/2010/08/...

 

  • Negative consequences of isolating the regime in Tehran

 

http://iranian.com/main/blog/moosirvapiaz/nega...

 


AMIR1973

Moosir,

by AMIR1973 on

It's unfortunate but when you see the drums of war beating, when you hear some of the most influential voices in Washington calling for carpet bombing of Iran, or "airtight" sanctioning Iran, I, as someone who is concerend for the rights of iranians will have no choice but to switch priorities because I believe that using human rights as a political tool to impose further suffering on ordinary iranians is not only backwarded, its in humane. 

Sanctions against South Africa did not lead to "carpet bombing"--not even remotely so. Moreover, the current set of sanctions have been imposed by a Democratic president, who is not a neocon. Let us agree to disagree on this matter. Regards.


MOOSIRvaPIAZ

Amir

by MOOSIRvaPIAZ on

you dont know me. I have defended Iranian's basic human rights most of my adult life and will continue to do so for the little that is left of it. 

But now that you mention this "odd" thing that you have observed I guess I should respond by saying that I too frequently ask myself the same question. Why is that every time some poor Iranian is in dire need for help, or that there is news of another case of brutality from the regime I'm forced to question the motive of those who are bringing it to our attention rather than focusing all my attention and activism to the case?

It's unfortunate but when you see the drums of war beating, when you hear some of the most influential voices in Washington calling for carpet bombing of Iran, or "airtight" sanctioning Iran, I, as someone who is concerend for the rights of iranians will have no choice but to switch priorities because I believe that using human rights as a political tool to impose further suffering on ordinary iranians is not only backwarded, its in humane. 

For every Sakineh who is suffering at the hands of IRI, there could potentially be 100s of others who will suffer because of the economic sanctions imposed on ordinary Iranians or god forbird, eventual war. 

And not a day goes by when I dont blame the IRI for most of what Iranians go through. you dont see me do it often on Iranian.com partly because of the demographics, it will be preaching to the choir. (although I do enough complaining on balatarin.com)


Simorgh5555

Sargord - Drive safely

by Simorgh5555 on

No, it seems you are drawing conclusions before the facts are known to you. The tone and every nuance in your writing suggests that your 'investigation' is skewed. The bottom line is that no one cares whether Fred is an Israeli or a propaganidist - the message is important rather than the messenger.

Anyway, drive safely and make sure you come back in one piece as the IR's favourite Islamic propagandist must live to fight another day. 


Sargord Pirouz

Simorgh, read the notes and

by Sargord Pirouz on

Simorgh, read the notes and observations more carefully. The upload times are coincedental or not. That is to say they are suggestive.

I have to caution you, too, that we may or may not get beyond that level of reasoning with this form of monitoring. Still, it's useful.  

Anyway, I'm off for a motorcycle ride. See you on the next "Fred" thread. 


AMIR1973

Moosir,

by AMIR1973 on

You can call Levy whatever you want. But isn't it odd that in a situation where the IRI has sentenced an alleged adulterer to death by stoning (as prescribed by its barbaric "penal code") and has harassed the lawyer and the family of the lawyer defending the accused, you would focus (as is your habit in comment after comment) on the real or alleged perfidy of a neocon? Naturally, if the IRI has savagely flogged an "adulterous" woman (on two occasions) and sentenced her to death, this would be another good opportunity to denounce one of those villanous neocons who appears in the video. Regards.


Simorgh5555

So why do you keep

by Simorgh5555 on

So why do you keep mentioning that Fred's posts are written or sent during "Israeli working hours"? More proof of your self-contradiction and deeply puzzled beliefs.

 


Sargord Pirouz

Well, Simorgh, I don't have

by Sargord Pirouz on

Well, Simorgh, I don't have conclusive proof the "Fred" effort is Zionist (and not simply pro-Zionist). It could be. We'll keep monitoring it.

It seems to be late uploading its usual 2/day posts.

I'm also noting that perhaps a better attempt at editing has taken place since we've been monitoring the effort.

Anyway, see you on the next comment thread of "Fred." 


AMIR1973

I Voted AN

by AMIR1973 on

in the occassion of this holly day

Please use this occasion to improve your "savad" and address your inability to spell very simple English words.

Besides being supporters of a murderous regime, why are IRI Groupies so illiterate? Cheers  :-)


Simorgh5555

Sargord - Sadness and paranoia

by Simorgh5555 on

Today, the 9th of September is Rosh Hashana - The Jewish day of Atonement. Most public offices in Israel are closed so it would not be a Jewish working day. Since Fred is a Zionist then he must be an observant Jew first and foremost. Even propagandists like Fred would be taking a holiday today.

As a self-proclaimed "trained historian" you would not have let this obvious piece of detail escape you. Then again you are hardly "trained", impartial or even emotionally balanced to make a valued judgment. 


mahmoudg

Good job Fred

by mahmoudg on

I shall drink a glass of wine to the end of this useless and meaningless month, tonight.


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how was your ramadan amir'hypocrite'?

by I Voted Ahmadinejad on

in the occassion of this holly day, I wish you will be able to deal with hypocrisy-as u confessed days ago- within yourself.

all the best

ram jams


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مژده مژده گربه

I Voted Ahmadinejad


مژده مژده گربه عابد شد
زاهد  عابد و مسلمانا

ram jams


Roozbeh_Gilani

Happy eide_fetr to all my fellow Iranian muslims.

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

And looking forward to the free democratice secular iran, where we can worship whatever we want or otherwise and when  our main religion, Islam, is no longer abused by fascistic Islamist regime as a tool and excuse to terrorise, jail, maim, rape, torture and execute our nation......


MOOSIRvaPIAZ

Amir

by MOOSIRvaPIAZ on

What should I have called him? Bernard Hennry Abdullah? That's his name! It appears to me that you are projecting. Never even considered for a moment Levy's background but it's amazing how you are caught up with the idea though.

As for calling me an IRI groupie, you should try better than that. It doesn't stick. 

Whatever happened to the person who was against sanctions and war (something Levy is perfectly okay with)? You are the one who is becoming unhinged it seems.


AMIR1973

Jooz, Jooz Everywhere

by AMIR1973 on

One guy says: "L'shana Tova"   The second guy says: "Interesting, this is another "Fred" blog posting uploaded during Israeli working hours."     And the third guy says: "I see Bernard Henry Levy in the video."   It's nice to see the West-residing IRI Groupies are becoming progressively more unhinged. Perhaps, Fred's blogs should be accompanied by ads for Haldol to help these folks. Cheers  :-)   

Mona 19

Happy Eid to my dear Moslem family & friends in IC

by Mona 19 on

Eid Mubarak

Mona ;)

--- 

Sargord Pirouz & Co. , you're nothing but a bunch of Internet trolls.

 


MOOSIRvaPIAZ

I see Bernard Henry Levy in the video

by MOOSIRvaPIAZ on

And I think to myself, this cant be good at all. A neocon or as they would like to be called themselves the liberal interventionsts. He supported the disaster that was / is the Iraq war and is more than happy to give his support to the fringe elements here in the western world to do as they please in the middle-east. 

 

 

Poor Mohammad Mostafaie. 


Sargord Pirouz

"Fred" writing "Type A"

by Sargord Pirouz on

Another posting from the workhorse of this propaganda effort, "Fred" writing "Type A."

Interesting, this is another "Fred" blog posting uploaded during Israeli working hours. 


Q

and L'shana Tova

by Q on

to you and your colleagues.


Aryana-Vaeja

عید فطر خجسته باد

Aryana-Vaeja


May we be amongst those who are to bring about the transfiguration of the Earth - Zoroastrian prayer