Shajarian: Separate Religion & State

Tapesh
by Tapesh
14-May-2010
 

Mohammad Reza Shajarian, Singer of the People interview, Australia: separate religion from politics.

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Separate Religion & State = Democracy

by sag koochooloo on

Completely agree. Thanks for sharing.


Fatollah

Great Iranian

by Fatollah on

very proud of him, he makes me proud to be Iranian.


Niloufar Parsi

great video

by Niloufar Parsi on

what an amazing man! thanks for posting.

Peace


humanbeing

very interesting

by humanbeing on

that's a real man for you. a knight in shining armour for his people. i liked his pregnant woman metaphor and his way of mentioning the immutability of religious conception in the minds of some.

on a light note, maybe the resemblance to cimarron comes to mind because of the valour and valiance. it crossed my mind as i read my own words (knight in shining armour). association or coincidence? 


yolanda

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by yolanda on

Hi! DK,

    You are right that Shajarian is a dead ringer for Stuart Whitman!


Darius Kadivar

Amazing how much he looks like Stuart Whitman aka Cimarron ;0)

by Darius Kadivar on

The Movie Star Stuart Whitman

Cimarron Strip Opening Credit :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8VpOQfI20E

and in The Highest Fall ( playing a Stuntman) :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQPEcFzfU2I

As a matter of fact Whitman played in a movie in Iran back in the 1960's called the Invincible Six opposite Behrouz Vossoughi, Pouri Banaie and some other Hollywood Stars of the time.

Small World or Strange Coincidence ? ;0)


Darius Kadivar

Food for Thought ...and Contradiction

by Darius Kadivar on

Good Man !

At least Mohammad Reza Shajarian has something of value to say ...

Unlike others ...

GAUCHE CAVIAR: Ebrahim Golestan interviewed by Massoud Behnoud (BBC Persian)


Bahram Gohari

What a brave man, I wish

by Bahram Gohari on

What a brave man, I wish there were more brave men & women like him.


yolanda

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by yolanda on

What a great interview! Thank you so much for posting! He is so brave! Hopefully I can see him in 2 weeks and hear the "Morghe Sahar" song!