Meir Javedanfar Shares Childhood Memories of the Revolution / Meir Javedanfar
05-Aug-2010 (4 comments)

I was six and half years old when the Iranian revolution happened. Aside from hearing some gunshots, I don't remember much. The Islamic Republic has killed and tortured more than the Shah, and despite its religious exterior, it is more corrupt. Far more. When comparing the two, I find that an increasing number of people now look back on the Shah's regime as better. Between the Islamic Republic and an Imperial Iran, I would choose the latter any day. Let's hope that future offers Iranian more choices, including the best choice of all: democracy.

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by cyclicforward on

Do you have to have a stupid comment for everything everyone post martikeh.


Phony Sargord

by AMIR1973 on

Mark Pyruz,

Your motherland is not Iran and you speak fewer words of Persian than a moderately well taught parrot, so don't even pretend, you Charlatan. Just stick to your "analysis" of the anti-Iranian, Rapist Regime's North Korean "military" junk. Cheers  :-)

Sargord Pirouz

Well, when your own personal

by Sargord Pirouz on

Well, when your own personal political perspective is both anachronistic and irrelevant, I suppose that necessitates an association with enemies of the motherland, like pro-Zionist Meir Javedanfar.



thank U

by rtayebi1 on

I loved UR absolute emotions and feelings. I too was betrayed with this revolution, and  that is why I am so afraid of change. I keep hope that something within this people and NEZAM will change for better.