As the World Turns, so does the days of our lives in iraniandotcom. That puts our Editor, Jahanshah Javid, on the other side of the world. Just in case you don't believe he is on the other side of the world, because Iranians love to argue about everything, just look at this picture of him in Spain.
Bold and Beautiful, the ever so Beautiful Sayeh Hassan Boldly declared that Akbar Ganji is a former torturer, and if that was not enough she also Boldly substituted "Islamic Republic" with "Islamic Regime" in her translation of what Mousavi had said, out of context. And if that was not enough she also Boldly declared that there was no difference between hardliners and Reformists in Iran, and if you don't know what that means, it means there is no difference between Ahmadinejad and Mousavi, and there is no difference between Khamenei and Khatami, and so on. Meanwhile Daruis Kadivar posted a link to one the most beautiful article ever written in support of people within dictatorial regimes who have been disillusioned with the system that they had helped create and then lived the rest of their lives to change it, Prisoner of Conscience.
General Hospital, it's been reported that Traneh Mousavi was brought to Imam Khomeini's Hospital in Kraj before she was removed from there and her burned body was later found in Ghazvin.
Sex and the City, Shana Yazdi paid to have sex with a man in the City of Tehran, but her lover is not a whore, or maybe he is, because she paid for him, but he paid for her too, maybe both of them are whores, or none of them are whores, or maybe one of them is, and the other one isn't. I know it's very confusing but this latest episode clearly shows that the Islamic Republic of Iran IS reformable.
All My Children, the topic of this Soap Opera was, 'in what capacity Nada Soltan was a child of Iran?' Was she a Martyr, a hero, a symbol, an icon, what the difference does it make, a murder victim, nothing at all, or to each her own? Robin Goldsmith wrote one of the best bridge-building comments ever written.
Guiding Light, if you're lost and and don't know how to go about toppling the IRI regime there is a good reason, you skipped over mansours' only article ever written for this site, yet he is worried about his reputation, hence using an anonymous name, containing instructions on how to liberate our beloved Iran. Here is a summary of it; blah blah blah bomb bomb bomb Iran bomb bomb Iran. It's regrettable that some people will die, blah blah blah bomb bomb bomb Iran.
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