Khamenei' family in Syria

Sheila K
by Sheila K

I recently heard that many in Iran believe that Khamenei's stand by plane over the Ashura events flew his family (except Mojtaba) to Syria.


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Sargord Pirouz


by Sargord Pirouz on

Not really that imaginative. I gave you my general online times and field of interests. What more do you need?

Oh, I get it: Just because I'm not jumping up and down, falling all over myself, as an anti-IRI clown, you seek to belittle me. Well, if you can't rely on intellect and anything substantive to discuss, yes you can revert to one of the favorite pastimes here at IC: I call it the Fantasy Island game. You know how it works: every time you read something you don't like, you squeal "d'plane, d'plane". Or some other self-degrading, imaginary variation of this or that theme.


CoP, some 411 on Tahgord Dirouz

by Faramarz_Fateh on

Tahgord actually lives in the U.S. but wants us to think he is in the U.K.

His real j.o.b. is janitorial service at a Jewish synagogue in West LA.

Normally, after cleaning the bathrooms, he spends 1 hour on the internet.  His second 1 hour window is after when he finishes watering the roses outside the peremeter of the building.

At nights, he wears a military uniform which he's bought from the "Good Will" second hand store and pretends to be a military general.  Since he doesn't have a whole lot of real friends, he mainly plays with the collection of his plastic dolls.

Sargord Pirouz


by Sargord Pirouz on

lol :)

I'm connected to the internet for long periods of time. I usually drop in at IC between 11:00 and 19:00 hrs. GMT, roughly 1/hr.

This is my only username at IC. Recently, a number of similar-minded enthusiasts have apparently hooked up here from a dedicated military forum, which is great. The place could definitely use the diversity.

My field of interest is Iran military and law enforcement subjects, but I don't restrict myself to such a narrow focus at such a general socio-political site such as IC. 


hey sargord bazandeh

by Cost-of-Progress on

What's your work schedule? You're on almost 24/7. I guess the reesh-o pashm alliance has stepped up their Internet monitoring campaign. You'd better ask for a raise.

How do you keep up with all the different usernames?




Sargord Pirouz

False Rumor

by Sargord Pirouz on

This is just one of the wild rumors propagated over Twitter during and after Ashura.

Iran's military wasn't even alerted. There weren't even armored police vehicles deployed. Assault rifles and sub-machine guns were not issued on a unit basis to the police.

Martial law was not declared, not even localized martial law. There was no state of emergency. No need to fly out of Iran, which potentially affords more intensive security arrangements than foreign countries would offer, particularly Syria.

This is just more BS, Sheila, which only serves to discredit the many other claims made by the more radical elements of the Green movement.