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This place is full of criminal regime's cronies...Islamist terrorists officials.. I am outta here. Shameful for FP who gives them a forum to spread their propaganda...

1 year, 5 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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 @RyanAliass  YOU LIKE IRAN?? Really?? stop siding with their oppressors...The only people who are going to lose from this so-called negotiations are the Iranian people..Have you considered that prospect?? You are empowering and emboldening their butchers...With friends like you we don't need enemies...

1 year, 5 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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 @RyanAliass  @sasss31  @arvay NO, You support the butchers in Iran.. Shame on you...Stop interfering in Iranian affairs, period. 

 

 

1 year, 5 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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Shame on the regime cronies and lackeys whose very survival depends upon the reign of terror of this regime. They have nothing to do but to constantly fill these forums with disinformation and junk and the naive Americans gobble it up because they couldn't care less about Iranians as long as their own interests are met.. Why doesn't the US learn that cuddling up to fascists is going to come back and haunt them?? What does it take for the US to learn not to negotiate with Islamsits??

1 year, 5 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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 @RyanAliass  @Persian Gulf Reply Country?? Are you hallucinating?? You are just being a loudmouth and have no clue. Who is talking about a war?? Stop warmongering.. We have families in Iran...We don't want them bombed. On the other hand, you are being an instrument of hate and not Peace. We don't need people like you "protecting" us.. Leave Iran and Iranians alone. We know how to take care of ourselves. 

1 year, 5 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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 @RyanAliass  @sasss31  @arvay ryanAliass You have friends in Iran?? SO WHAT?? We have our families..What you are doing is not helping Iran or Iranians. You are supporting their oppressor and you want to make a deal with the devil. Is that moral or ethical.. Also, quit, warmongering. to prove your point ...There will be no war on Iran, however, there should be no deal with the butchers either.

1 year, 5 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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 @Persian Gulf Reply hezbollah's site?? How much do you stand to lose financially if the Islamic Republic is overthrown?? What are your fear?? You seem to be part and parcel of this criminal regime.

1 year, 5 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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There is no danger of  war on Iran. The US can't afford it neither Israel. There is no need to negotiate with the criminal mullahs. Kick them out of NPT and toughen up the sanctions.  Contain the butchers and give them enough rope to hang themselves with as it is being done currently in Syria.

1 year, 5 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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Time to stop being stupid and get the Islamist terrorist wrong!

1 year, 5 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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 @TutAnkhAmon This relationship has been in existence since the 1800's

1 year, 5 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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 @TutAnkhAmon The Mahdaviat cult (Messianic Mahdi believer)  in Iran flourished under Ahamdinejad exponentially. Some Iranians think he lives in well in Iran...He (The Mahdi) even has his own hotline:

 

http://www.csmonitor.com/2006/0104/p07s02-wome.html

1 year, 5 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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 @SethHarrington  @AsadShamyl How about ottoman empire  genocide of Armenians and Assyrians and almost Persians before the Safavid dynasty had to devise a a new religion like shiite to dislodge  itself from its clutches??

1 year, 5 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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 @GlobeTrotter54 You forgot to mention stoning of women, acid-throwing, frequent rape, Legalized pedophilia where 9 year old girls are forced into marriages, not being allowed to divorce their abusive and murderous husbands, Polygamy, chopping hands, gauging eyes, raping virgins before they kill them (as mullahs do in Iran)  etc...those are the values championed by the fundamentalists and those who support them..

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 @TutAnkhAmon The Shiitte think the same way. The Khomeinist Shiite in Iran truly think they are the truest representative of God, himself. Khameni himself, tells people that is the agent of GOD on earth. They have a very low opinion of the sunnis and treat Sunni Iranians in the Kurdestan and Baluchestan, Khouzestan (Arab-Iranians) areas like second class citizens. The Sunnis in Iran are not allowed to build mosques or proselytize. Their properties and land are often taken without any notice...etc.

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 @Whiski  @TutAnkhAmon That is a big problem. The religious leaders don't want people to be informed, that's why they tell them the only book they need is the Koran or the only place to go for consultation on anything and everything is the mosque and the clergymen. Every move they make has to be monitored by a clergy...to find out whether its Haram (kosher) or Halal.  Some adults  in the ME, especially those from a lower socio-economic class are like children and they believe their leaders and if they don't do what their religious leader tells them, they feel guilty and they view of themselves as bad Muslims. 

1 year, 5 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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The greatest impediment to progress in the Middle East are the Clergy Industrial Complex and reactionary Islam not true Islam practiced by sheikh, mullahs, ayatollahs and so on. These supposedly holy men cultivate keep the masses backward, superstitious, and not a fully independent thinking people. The clergies do it because they need to keep their job and mosques filled with constituents. This religious caste rip people off through charities and donations. Modernity  and progress spells doom to their lucrative and low-labor intensive profession.

1 year, 5 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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This is the norm in the Islamic Republic. Most of their degrees are bought or are fake.

1 year, 5 months ago on Access denied | War of Ideas

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This is a much more scholarly and objective analysis:

 

http://iranian.com/posts/view/post/16266

1 year, 5 months ago on Access denied | The Middle East Channel

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"Thus many argued that the Leader's presumed favorite candidate was bound to be the next president. But this was not to be: his least favorite prevailed, and everyone -- including these two authors -- was surprised."

 

You are so naive and woefully misinformed by your Co-author Mrs. Farhi. Khamenie's favorite choice was all along Mr. Rouhani. If you had watched his first TV interview and the following fake announcement that he might be disqualified and then retracted to promote his status as an 'outsider', you would have known. Mrs. Farhi, is a hardcore core ideologue with an agenda. Everything she writes and even her "objective" perception is colored by her revolutionary zeal..You are not doing yourself a favor by co-writing with this lady. 

1 year, 5 months ago on Access denied | The Middle East Channel

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 @oscarpalacios  @Oldpersian Like I said, you not only know Iranians you don't know their oppressor..Comparing Bush to a brutal theocracy is deranged...Please inform yourself of the Islamic republic's atrocities and crimes against its own citizens...

Start with the massacre of 1987, 1986 where the regime killed 30,000 political prisoners and dumped their bodies in mass graves...if it were not for scavenger dogs, many people would not have known what had happened to their children...It's shameful to support a criminal regime because you hate America...

1 year, 6 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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 @fmaxrobs Ahamdinejad's faction represents the proletariat khomeinist  Islamist.and Khamenie's faction represents the bourgeois's  khomeinist Islamist.  Ahamdinejad's talke of nationalism were mainly propaganda to weaken the power of the supreme custodian...Mr. Ahmadienjad is no 'nationalist'. He is a hard core believer of messianic version of shia Islam being a member of Hojatieh group. 

 

The only people who are going to miss Ahmadinejad are the ones who subscribe to Hojatieh's version of Shia Islam.. 

 

 

 

 

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 @oscarpalacios  @Oldpersian Are you saying Iranians are not ethnocentric or don't think they "exceptional"??? If your answer is NO, then you don't know Iranians.

1 year, 6 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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 @Persian Gulf Reply That does not justify the Islamic Republic of Hell's criminal actions. Two wrong don't make right.

1 year, 6 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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 @Isfahan  She was a communist in Iran? Wasn't she? A Toudehi??

1 year, 6 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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Iran’s president-elect implicated in 1994 Argentina bombing2006 indictment named Rowhani as part of Khamenei-led panel that authorized attack against the Jewish AMIA center that killed 85

 

http://www.timesofisrael.com/iranian-president-elect-implicated-in-1994-argentina-bombing/

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 @Persian Gulf Reply LOL! You are comparing that with the systematic slaughter of American soldiers.. Do you really think those soldiers parents have forgotten and are not waiting for Justice?? If your answer is NO, then you don't know anything about American and Americans.

1 year, 6 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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 @Persian Gulf Reply They have blood of Americans on their hands?? Remember the Beirut bombing, the Khobar Tower??? You reap what you sow??

1 year, 6 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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 @FaramarzFathi Explain! 

1 year, 6 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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This man is no Reformer and has blood of Americans on his hands.The Supreme National Security Council of Iran took responsibility for that attacka nd the Khobar towers attack. Rouhani was Chairman of the Council during the years those attacks happened. Yes I doubt he was the mastermind, but the actual mastermind was employed by Rouhani.

1 year, 6 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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 @Persian Gulf Reply  @EarthView again, screaming likud, mko, zionist, typical of Islamist cyber goons...Nothing will save your regime. Sanctions will not be lifted. Obama will not be fooled.

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 @EarthView Your hatred of the Jewish state is the your death knell. You know why you can't see the objective realities and are impervious to facts?? Because you are blinded by your pathological hatred of Israel, and that is going to be precisely the Islamic republic's undoing. You can stop your hostilities toward other nations and stop this madness but you can't.because you are consumed with hatred. You thrive on revenge and animosity toward anyone who disagrees with your worldview...Don't say we did not warn you.

1 year, 6 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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 @EarthView Parroting VEVAK's propaganda won't get you or your ignorant supreme leader anywhere...You are in for a rude awakening.

1 year, 6 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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 @Adjicin  True. This PR stunt is also damage control.

 

"Tensions are high, with the Saudis refusing to speak to the Iranians in international forums on Syria. If this continues, there is the risk of conflict between Sunni Saudi Arabia and Shiite Iran, possibly opening the way to an even wider war along the main sectarian divide in the Muslim world. Specialists say reconciliation between the two countries is essential to ending the Syrian civil war.

Rowhani did not say how Iran might draw back from its current role in Syria, which includes sending military experts to help Assad’s regime direct the war, dispatching trainers to set up a new militia, and providing arms and funds for the regime. “The resolution of the issues of Syria is up to the people of Syria,” Rowhani said Monday, adding that Iran wants to see peace and tranquility restored in Syria.

Read more here:

 

http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/06/19/3460187_p2/irans-president-elect-may-shift.html#storylink=cpy

 

 

1 year, 6 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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This page is full of regime's apologists today......Obama will not be fooled by this ridiculous stunt. It's clear that Mr. Supreme Leader of ignorance is truly out of step and has no clue how the real world works. He does not understand that the "great satan" does not negotiate with the terrorists...

1 year, 6 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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Just imagine if this Islamic republic's Saudi plot in NY city had gone through...would we even be talking about reform.

 

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/31/nyregion/mansour-arbabsiar-sentenced-for-plot-to-kill-saudi-ambassador.html

1 year, 6 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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 @wasp2179 This is a great analysis by Dr. Ali Ansari:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=V9qh_8NFdDs#!

1 year, 6 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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Labeling the “President elect” as some newly discovered species of Islamist moderate, the usual know-nothing talking heads, interested parties and lobbyists are celebration the outcome of the ”Presidential election” in Iran.

I leave it to these experts to explain away how the career Islamist security official and the 16 year “Secretary and personal representative of the Supreme Leader on the High National Security Council” can be good news for moderation.

 

1 year, 6 months ago on Access denied | FP Passport

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 @bubble burster 

 

Big Victory for the “Sedition Current” in Iran’s Elections! good analysis of the election results:

 

 

http://iroon.com/irtn/blog/1939/

1 year, 6 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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 @Tochorian  @Clint1 You can Bash Israel all you want...It does not make your fascist regime's crimes disappear. This has nothing to do with nuclear agency....It has to do with the terrorist nature of the regime...

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 @Tochorian I never said that they support being sanctioned... You are not only a liar but also not arguing in good faith. What Iranians are having to endure is because of the regime you support. The Islamic Republic has brought this misery on them after 34 years of warmongering and hostility toward the West. If you really were honest and objective you would also placed the blame on the murderous regime. You are either naive, lazy to find the truth or part and parcel of  the regime, which makes things much more understandable. What will happen to you if the regime was toppled by the people?? Are you afraid?? What are your fears?? Does your company making less millions than before??

In the final analysis, people in Iran are suffering because of duplicitous and greedy people like you and their lobby. 

 

Some reflection and honesty will do you some good.

“It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends on his not understanding it.” ― Upton Sinclair

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 @wasp2179 Remember the Last so-called reformer president, Mr. Khatami. His administration has more blood on their hands than the rest. They also tauted him as " The Harbinger of Change":

 http://www.pbs.org/frontlineworld/stories/iran/tl02.html

 

Former Reformer Presdent Crimes:

http://iranian.com/Rashidian/2006/September/Khatami/index.html

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What does even moderation in a velayte faghi constitutional theocracy mean? Does it mean he is going to send instead of 4000 troop to Syria only 2000 of them?? I don't see the fake anti-war crowd to object to the killing of  sunnis , btw.

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 @bubble burster What's disturbing is that Mr. Nasr understand and fully knows how the shia clergy caste operate. He comes from a long line of influential ayatollahs. Why he has chosen to mislead is very disturbing.

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 @Tochorian  @Fiona Kh are you Iranian?? Do you work for Prses TV?

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 @Bretzky Khamenie had no choice but to repackage a loyalist as a moderate to save his regime. He bought 4 more years. The regime was a dying corpse and it needed to restore its legitimacy by feigning reform.Iran is a like a pressure cooker. The fake-reformist we call them the leader's reformist function as it release valve. When things are about to implode, the cunning Khamenie pulls these fake reformers out of his bag of tricks to buy time. He has been doing this since he came to power. He pits the hardliners and so-called reformers against each other to save his regime.

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 @Persian Gulf Reply Stop watching PressTV. Find out why you really support this regime?? Money is not everything in life.

1 year, 6 months ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy

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