Nahid Shafiei writes:
I just read an article from Time magazine (on the Iranian.com site)
that kept saying this U.S. administration wants to "get rid of the IRGC
(Islamic Revolutionary Gurads Corps or Sepah-e Pasdaran) by bombing
them or placing them on the "terrorist" black list, etc. etc. The
article kept talking about this "getting rid of" as if this military
unit is a house or a building or a specific location that they can just
bomb and "get rid of".
At this time in the evolutionary stage of our development towards becoming a free culture, capable of having a civilized public discussion, taking the "heat" in this "kitchen" includes talking back to your detractors. No matter how ridiculous or immature the claims made against you. When someone calls you out, you come back at them with your position. So people know the truth.>>>
...In our first lesson, this lady will take the time to explain to all you expat girls and boys who might have lost touch with the reality of our homeland,what the government of Iran does to its' people...
What a man we lost in our times. Just watch the videos at the bottom and tell me you didn't love him:>>>
If financing and helping terrorism around the world is sufficient to classify oneself as a terrorist organization despite that organization being an agent of a sovereign entity, then it seems also appropriate to classify Mossad and the CIA as terrorist organizations.>>>
Peyvand Khorsandi writes:
This film directing debut by Edinburgh-based artist Roxana Pope is a charming portrait of the life of a cleaner in a poor neighbourhood of Tehran. Shot beautifully, by Ian Dodds, the 30-minute Tehran's Backyard focuses on Pari, a 65-year-old who tells us she has worked for fifty years yet still does not think twice about supporting her husband, who is blind, and her family, on her meagre wages.
Mey Bokhor writes:
I have, for a very long time, mulled over the subject of what follows here, for two reasons. One if my conclusions are right and two if it is at all wise to utter them. So let's set the record straight. I am not sure of my conclusions and NO I do not condone any form of violence, either legal (state sanctioned killings and executions, collateral civilian casualties, etc.) or illegal (murder, genocide, terrorism). The thought experiment is this. If people of a country vote a government to power and that government commits the so far bloodiest deed of the 21st century, aren't they to blame?
Hosting Matters, a Florida based web-hosting provider, has recently decided to terminate Hossein Derakhshan's influential website on the basis of a defamation allegation by Mehdi Khalaji, an Iranian fellow at the Washington Institute for the Near East Policy, a neo-conservative think-tank because of alleged Khalaji's support for the Iran Freedom Initiative, a concerted effort for regime change in Iran.>>>
In the dispute between Mehdi Khalaji and Hossein Derakhshan, I sympathize with both Hossein and Mehdi, even though I have to take sides with free speech over truth. Hossein has a habit of throwing wild accusations. But even if all of them were malicious lies, he is still expressing his personal political opinion which cannot and should not be silenced. >>>
That’s how I didn’t learn driving when I was younger.
I got up. They started walking towards the open casket. As I followed them, I was confused about what to do now, as they hadn’t told me about this step.
اين مطلبي قديمي است فقط براي امتحان فارسي نويسي اينجا مي گذارمش >>>
بگذار برایت تعریف کنم که همین چند شب قبل در خانه کوچک ما چه گذشت.>>>
About three years ago I had the pleasure of becoming friends with JJ and I can say amongst the first things I asked the man was the million dollar question, when are you going to update the site?>>>
افتتاح عنقریب ورسیون جدید گازته الکتریک>>>
سلام. این مطلب برای امتحان فارسی نویسی در ایرانیان دات کام عزیز و اینبار جدید نوشته شده.
هر چند این اولین باری است که من در ایرانیان مطلب می نویسم اما امیدوارم نظرات و انتقادات خوانندگان فهمیم اینجا کمکی باشد که بتوانم تمرین نوشتن را ادامه دهم.
بالاخره ایرانیان هم به فارسی یونیکد روی خوش نشون داد که بسی مایه خوشحالیه برای افرادی مثل من که فارسی اشون بهتره!>>>
تولد دوباره ات مبارك اي شهر فرنگ >>>
توی کافی شاپ محبوبم مشغول کار/درس خواندن هستم. کلاسهایم هنوز شروع نشده برایشان هزاران کار باید بکنم.>>>
To those who don't know him, the "Nothing Is Sacred" phrase might appear as just another slogan, a cliché.>>>
I love the new design by Ardalan Payvar. I am thrilled that user experience and interactivity will be greatly enhanced. It's time for iranian.com to grow up a little. The future is bright :o)
Still, it's hard to let go.>>>
My first blog is proving difficult. I mean, what do I say? I've been looking forward to this day. Finally, after several attempts, iranian.com is not only getting a new look, but also a blogging section where anyone can self-publish.>>>
How to choose a great username.>>>
Everything you need to know to post blog entries and maintain a blog on Iranian.com>>>
You can read Iranian.com without logging in. Why should you register and log in as a "registered user" on the site?
Wayne Willis, the business manager for iranian.com, announces his presence and role.>>>