آیت الله خامنه‌ای تمسخر لهجه را حرام اعلام کرد
BBC Persian
24-Apr-2010 (13 comments)

آیت الله علی خامنه ای، رهبر ایران گفته است که تقلید لهجه قومیت‎ها اگر به قصد استهزا و تمسخر باشد حرام است.

پایگاه اطلاع رسانی آیت الله خامنه ای بخشی از متن درس خارج فقه او در روز 31 فروردین را منتشر کرده که در آن آمده است: "غالب شهرهایی که لهجه آنها تقلید می شود شهرهایی هستند که مردم غیرت مند آنها در حوادث مهم صد سال گذشته در مقابل دشمنان و مهاجمین ایستاده اند و این عمل تصادفی نیست."

وی گفته است که تقلید لهجه سابق ندارد و در کتاب های ادبی و طنز گذشته به چشم نمی خورد.

آیت الله خامنه ای افزوده که این مسئله "مال همین اواخر است، یعنی مثلا از صد سال پیش به این طرف؛ یعنی از وقتی که کشور ما در مواجهه با این دشمنی ها قرار گرفته است."

به گفته او مناطق شمال، خراسان و آذربایجان که "مردمش سرسختی و سلحشوری نشان داده اند" بدلیل لهجه مورد تمسخر قرار گرفته اند.

آیت الله خامنه ای گفته است این مسئله "مسلما حرام" است.

او البته گ... >>>

Shifteh Ansari

From the big joke himself--watch your jokes

by Shifteh Ansari on

Please observe that this man has not called drug use haraam, something that has millions of Iranians ensnared in addiction.

He has not called suicide bombing haraam, something that endangers the lives of innocent civilians and compromises Islam to introduce it as a violent religion.

He didn't call the murders of innocent civilians haraam. 

He didn't call the beatings and arrests and imprisonment and rape and torture of Iranians haraam.

He has not only not called the interference of military men in Iranian politics haraam, he hasn't even called it "unconstitutional."  In fact he has condoned one of the most destructive and oppressive changes of direction in Iranian history which has already left many people dead, imprisoned, and tortured, and will see many more before Iranians take care of this Grand Joker and the Joker Military under his rule.

Ali Khamenei is a big, sad, and vile joke.  Period.



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MM

nice cartoon - how about a fatwa against corruption, torture,...

by MM on

murder, nepotism, thievery, terror, ........ ?

Or, will it just be another fauxtwa?

 


Masoud Kazemzadeh

Nikahang Kowsar Cartoon on Khamenei's fatwa

by Masoud Kazemzadeh on

Ms. Shifteh Ansari,

 

Thank YOU so very much for all yor efforts in posting news here.  Here is a great cartoon by Nikahang Kowsar on khamenei's fatwa.

 

http://www.roozonline.com/persian/cartoon/cartoon-item/article/2010/april/20//-82d836b719.html

 

With all the best wishes and for a free and democratic Iran

 

 


Masoud Kazemzadeh

Truths and Lies

by Masoud Kazemzadeh on

Khomeini's words before and after the revolution.  you judge who is honest and who is not.

 http://iranian.com/Opinion/2003/August/Khomeini/

 

 

rape of political prisoners in IRI has been systematic from the early 1980s.  the rape was done systematically by IRGC in prisons before the executions of female political prisoners.  even Grand Ayatollah Montazeri complains about it to Khomeini (when I have time I will post it from his memoirs).

the following is from the recent rapes of political prisoner.  the fundamentalist regime rapes political prisoners systematically.

 http://www.jebhemelli.net/htdocs/Human_Rights/2010/Khamenii_Bahareh.html

 

 

 

 

 


IRI

Shifteh Ansari

by IRI on

You close your eyes to fascist criminals who are killing all over the world including the door steps of Iran. You seem to be in dream world where the trust and good comes from those who pretend better, rather than what's truly is happening. Your lack of information about the current events of Iran must be the misinformation of BBC and LA media.
How do you think Iranians became educated? Modern? sophisticated? with all the modern infrastructure fit for modern world? Do you truly believe that a country like the United States that holds 1/4 of the wealth of the earth doesn't have poor, uneducated, backward, religiously driven policies, and many other problems? Do you expect Iran to be heaven because we are good looking? We need to fight. You and many others on this side (Minority) have closed your eyes to the realities of the world and just blame one side for all that there is wrong. If Iran has so much power to do so much wrong, Iran is very powerful, have you thought about this?

Wake up. Don't answer me, just think for yourself. I am begging you to think clearly. What are the necessary steps for Iran to take if Iran wants to reach freedom with the current system. That's where Iranians are today not where you and Dariush Kadivar are.
Baby first crawls, then stands, then walks, then talks... Iranians democracy is no different.


Shifteh Ansari

IRI

by Shifteh Ansari on

Why don't you write about all the good things about IRI?  It is a free medium and people can say whatever they want.  Please feel free to write whatever you believe in; I'm sure no one will stop you.


Shifteh Ansari

dariushabadi

by Shifteh Ansari on

Your attempts at defending Islamic Republic's policies of repression and oppression are quite apparent.  You choose to close your eyes on the fascist and criminal conduct of IRI vis a vis its people, and the responsibilities of its Supreme Leader who chooses to talk about things which are trivial instead of taking responsibility for the country's management in all aspects and to confront the macabre and criminal deeds the regime agents have been bestowing upon an unarmed nation who has needed the "Leader's" attention desperately.

As you refuse to speak respectfully and choose insults and accusations as your way for debating the issue, I wish you good luck and move on. 


IRI

No one seem to encourage good laws

by IRI on

And they only look from negative lens. How come no one ever looks to see what's good about the Islamic Republic? Isn't that the juice of the problem? No one cares what's good and they only see bad. How can anyone weigh the goods vs bad when bad is all they see?

Dariush Abadi makes a great point. Excellent. No one here realizes that if any Western government come a cross people that want revolution, to give one example, the police will kick their behind like there is no tomorrow. Deny this? It's true. The Iranian government has been extremely tolerant than any regime against those who want to overthrow. President Ahmadinejad is right, Iran (in some ways) is freer than many other countries.
My personal opinion is that we need to grow but not revolutionary, grow with civility.

This is a great move by the leader of the Islamic Republic to put an end to pro Shah based mentality that other people with accents are not as intelligent or Iranian than the rest. Another great policy for the greater Iranian society.

We need to work together to fix what's shortcomings of the Islamic Republic. Any setback would throw Iran back over 100 years. We are growing and must support that and try to add and better the existing society.


dariushabadi

again, with the manipulation - shifteh ansar

by dariushabadi on

1) I only accuse you of lying and manupilating because that is exactly what you are doing, as seen below:

 

2) You claim that if the government has such an intensive search party for satellites and parties, it should be able to stop drug use. Hoever, despite all the government's intrusiveness in private lives of people (which is contrary to Islam), satellites are WIDESPREAD and so are underground parties. So why do you think it would be different with drug use which according to the United Nations, over 80% of all narcotics passes through Iran through drug criminals in Afghanistan.

 

3) Rape in Islam is unconditionally haraam. No one in the government claims that rape happened and is JUSTIFIED, rather they say it is a lie and slander against the government.

 

If they believed it was "halal" and "justified" they would not call their opponents who are claiming this as "criminals" and "liars" and "agents of the West".

 

Have you heard a single cleric claim that rape was halal? Or even "makruh" or "mustahab"? One site claimed Ay. Mesbah Yazdi had made such a fatwa, but later retracted it when they realized it was a forgery from the Green opposition. He had made no such allegation.

 

3) Just because it happens, doesn't mean either the religion or the LAWS of the COUNTRY condone it. For example, rape happens in US prisons, torture happens in the US prisons, no one gets punished for it on a daily basis. Yet its contrary to US law. Does that mean that secretly the US government is for it?

 

No, it means those in charge of the prisons are abusing their power. Humans are humans. IT IS NOT JUSTIFYIABLE, but you are having double standards on who you are blaming.

 

It is like saying that the SHAH was giving secular orders to rape people before 1978, because SAVAK was raping people in prison.

 

The government changed, the people running the show remain to be iranians, and the culture hasn't changed much. SAVAK raped, now certain SAVAMA people rape.

 

Different is, when the Shah heard about rape and torture in his prisons, he never shut down that prison. But the IRI shut down Karazakh within 1 week of this news happening.

 

Even Guantanamo remains opened after 4 years after the prison scandal.

 

 

 


Shifteh Ansari

dariushabadi

by Shifteh Ansari on

Thanks for your comment.  On the issue of an opinion on drugs, I stand corrected.  I see that he has announced drugs haraam.  There was no need for you to insult me for expressing my opinion.

I would like to remind you, however, that in a country where for 31 years private parties, weddings, live music, CD's, video tapes, and satellite dishes have been searched and confiscated from house to house, any organization that is supplying in excess of 10 million nationwide drug users on a daily basis cannot be a run-of-the-mill criminal organization.  It would have to be a government/military organization supported and protected by no other than the joker at the helm of the Iranian government.  He may call its use haraam, but does he act to stop the rampant drug addiction in Iran, especially through curtailing the distribution channels?

Do you have other references from the Supreme Leader's website which show that he did in fact condemn the murders of innocent and unarmed protesters on Tehran streets last year? 

What about one for the rape of detainees at Kahrizak? 

Is there one in there for torture, forced confessions, arresting family members, deprivation from education and employment, imprisonment + exile+ lifetime deprivation from social activities of those who have had no crime other than writing articles?

Is there one for suicide bombings?

I think Khamenei and his small and armed supporters are vile jokes and criminal jokers, because they think they can continue intimidating, persecuting and where necessary killing Iranians into silence.  

 


divaneh

Shifteh's main message is clear

by divaneh on

Missing one fatwa does not change the validity of Shifteh’s overall message. I hope that the issue is not changed and diverted into a discussion over drugs’ halal or haram status.


hamsade ghadimi

mr. abadi

by hamsade ghadimi on

i'm not knowledgeable about khamenei's writings; however, i do know (for sure) after khOmeini came to power, coupons were doled out for purchase of opium through government-sanctioned stores.  do you believe that khomeini didn't think drugs are haram and khamenei thinks that they are?  furthermore, drug use in iran has become much more prevalent since the revolution.  do you think iri cannot or does not want to enforce a no-drug campaign (a la taliban; which by the way was successful).  the iri is very effective in enforcing other matters (e.g. ban of peaceful protests through 'barkhord').  thanks for your answers in advance.


dariushabadi

Shifteh Ansar is A LIAR AND MANUPILATOR

by dariushabadi on

Why are you lying to your readers? Read what Ay. Khamenei says about drugs here:

 

 

http://www.leader.ir/tree/view.php?parent=n5210&catid=23&lang=null

 

 

 Q1391: Is hashish pure? And is it ḥarām to use? 

A: Hashish is pure. However, it is ḥarām to use it.

 

Q1395: What is the ruling in the matter of preparing drugs, whether natural, such as morphine and hashish, or synthetic, such as LSD?

A: It is not permissible.