A collection of Basiji jokes in Farsi, with a serious look at the real undercover Basijis who beat up the demonstrators.
A fully Digital Emamzadeh, just for your convinience, in the heart of the cities.
Further practical suggestions/feedback are appreciated>>>
I recieved these so called Looti SMSs in an email. It is good to know that despite all the crap happening around them, the people of Iran have not lost their sense of humor.
The secular corrupt Kyrgyz government is an example of why we need to establish / talk about the Iranian constitution beforehand
. We do not want to get out os a hole and fall into a well, as the old Persian proverb say>>>
There was a short commentary in a site called Persian Letters (Notes of an Iranian Watcher) on April 5th, 2010 titled “Special Court To Be Established for Iranians Abroad”>>>
In this traditional happy occasion of NowRuz, let's remember how lucky we are. While we can argue with the likes of you know who...., there are those in Iran who lost their lives>>>
Watch the videos on what it means to you and your community and on question #9, put down Iranian or Iranian-American to be counted individually and as a community. >>>
Here is a collection of funny bumper-stickers from the back of trucks in Iran.
Richard Haass, the president of the Committee on Foreign Relations talks with Bill Maher on a shift of policy on Iran, mainly; support the opposition movement instead of sanctions/engagement>>>
To all IRI sympathizers who have listed gazillion blog/news bids on a Baluch "terrorist": Please tell us why these young men and women in the embedded video were killed? And, don't tell us Mosaad, CIA or that it was the Brits.
The concept and the public expression of love is alive and well in the Iranian culture, although somewhat suppressed by a loveless regime.
ستیز من با تاریکیست، من برای نبرد با تاریکی شمشیر نمیکشم، چراغ می افروزم
Let's start comparing IRI to what Iran had from Iran's ancient times to 1978, and discuss what is good for Iran going into the 21st century>>>