NAMAK-NASHNAS NOT: Jamshid (Jimmy) Delshad Greets Shahbanou Farah


NAMAK-NASHNAS NOT: Jamshid (Jimmy) Delshad Greets Shahbanou Farah
by Darius Kadivar

Fortunately not All IRANICANS suffer from Alzheimers to forget where they come from nor are ungreatful to their past. Jamshid ('Jimmy") Delshad a native of Shiraz, Iran offers City Key of Beverly Hills to Shahbanou Farah Pahlavi during City Hall Ceremony. Delshad starts 2nd Term in Office.

Photo Courtesy Jimmy Delshad Official Website 

Delshad left Shiraz, Iran in 1959 and came to the United States with his brothers. He studied at the University of Minnesota and received his bachelor's degree from California State University, Northridge.He started a technology company in 1978. In 1990 he became the first Persian Jew to be elected as president of Sinai Temple, Los Angeles' oldest and largest Conservative congregation. In 2003 he was elected to the the Beverly Hills city council, and became mayor in 2007.

Also See:

Iran, Jews and the Holocaust The beneficent legacy of Persia remembered by Abbas Milani (San Francisco Gate)

Bebin TV Portrait of Jamshid ('Jimmy") Delshad:

Iran During Pahlavi Era ( Yadeh Iran Bekheir -Fereidoune Farrokhzad):

Cyrus The Great and the Persian Empire:

The Shah of Iran and President Kennedy (1962):

Shah of Iran "We are not toys of any country ... Including the United States" (1973):


Carter toasting the shah of Iran (1977):


Reagan on the Shah of Iran (1980):

On March 16, 2010, Delshad began his second one-year term as mayor of Beverly Hils

In the 105 year history of Beverly Hills, Jamshid ("Jimmy") Delshad, is the second person to be Mayor twice in a 4-year city council term. He is the first Iranian Mayor and is the highest ranking Iranian public official in the U.S. To learn more about him, please watch this video and see how he brought Iran into Beverly Hills on the night of second term installation March 16th.

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Aref and Anoushiravan Rohani :Shahanshah:

Anoushirvan Rohani & Sepehr VATANE MAN 1977:

Googoosh & Mehrdad Shenasname Man:

Farshid Amin at Oracle Arena singing the National Anthem:

Iranican Reports: Iranian Heritage Night  Part I:

Iranican Reports: Iranian Heritage Night  Part II:

Ebi - Khalij Pars - Persian Gulf :

Cyrus The Great and the Jews according to Holy Texts and Archeological sources:

Shah Iran Tribute to Cyrus the Great at Pasargardae:


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Thank you for your Predictably clueless IRANICAN feedbacks who ever you are !


And Happy Easter !



who is Nemak Nashnash

by iran_zameen on

some may rightfully or wrongfully argue that Yasmin was one. Did she or did she not count her blessing? Was she too a Namak Nashnas because she took her own life?

Furthermore, the iranian people are not a petty group waiting for handouts from the royals just to make it through the day

Dk's use of Nemak Nashnash reminds me of the villagers or Dehaati folks who blindly follow their kat khoda because he is simply feeding them. They have no capacity to think for themselves or their future and only care about staying full

I have nothing against you Mr Kadivar. I just think that using such language in your title only invites these sorts of wuieries




by mehdi79 on

Jimmy makes iranians proud ... someone who remembers where he came from