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    Thumbs down Iran's President Bans All Western Music

    TEHRAN, Iran - Hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has banned all Western music from Iran's state radio and TV stations — an eerie reminder of the 1979 Islamic revolution when popular music was outlawed as "un-Islamic" under Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.

    Today, though, the sounds of hip-hop can be heard blaring from car radios in Tehran's streets, and Eric Clapton's "Rush" and the Eagles' "Hotel California" regularly accompany Iranian broadcasts.

    No more — the official IRAN Persian daily reported Monday that Ahmadinejad, as head of the Supreme Cultural Revolutionary Council, ordered the enactment of an October ruling by the council to ban all Western music, including classical music, on state broadcast outlets.

    "Blocking indecent and Western music from the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting is required," according to a statement on the council's official Web site.

    Iranian guitarist Babak Riahipour lamented what he called a "terrible" decision. "The decision shows a lack of knowledge and experience," he said.

    Music was outlawed by Khomeini soon after the 1979 revolution. Many musicians went abroad and built an Iranian music industry in Los Angeles.

    But as revolutionary fervor started to fade, some light classical music was allowed on Iranian radio and television; some public concerts reappeared in the late 1980s.

    In the 1990s, particularly during the presidency of reformist Mohammad Khatami starting in 1997, authorities began relaxing restrictions further. These days in Iran, Western music, films and clothing are widely available in Iran. Bootleg videos and DVDs of films banned by the state are widely available on the black market.

    Ahmadinejad's order means the state broadcasting authority must execute the decree and prepare a report on its implementation within six months, according to the IRAN Persian daily.

    Earlier this month, Ali Rahbari, conductor of Tehran's symphony orchestra, resigned and left Iran to protest the treatment of the music industry in Iran.

    Before leaving, he played Beethoven's Ninth Symphony to packed Tehran theater houses over several nights last month — its first performance in Tehran since the 1979 revolution. The performances angered many conservatives and prompted newspaper columns accusing Rahbari of promoting Western values.

    The ban applies to state-run radio and TV. But Iranians with satellite dishes can get broadcasts originating outside the country.

    Ahmadinejad won office in August on a platform of reverting to ultraconservative principles, following the eight years of reformist-led rule under Khatami.

    During his presidential campaign, Ahmadinejad also promised to confront what he called the Western cultural invasion of Iran and promote Islamic values.

    Since then, Ahmadinejad has jettisoned Iran's moderation in foreign policy and pursued a purge in the government, replacing pragmatic veterans with former military commanders and inexperienced religious hard-liners.

    He also has issued stinging criticisms of Israel, calling for the Jewish state to be "wiped off the map" and describing the Nazi Holocaust as a "myth."

    International concerns are high over Iran's nuclear program, with the United States accusing Tehran of pursuing an atomic weapons program. Iran denies the claims.

    The latest media ban also includes censorship of content of films.

    "Supervision of content from films, TV series and their voice-overs is emphasized in order to support spiritual cinema and to eliminate triteness and violence," the council said in a statement on its Web site.

    The council has also issued a ban on foreign movies that promote "arrogant powers," an apparent reference to the United States.

    The probibitions mirror those imposed in neighboring Afghanistan during the Taliban regime, which imposed a strict version of Islamic law, including a ban on music and film. The Taliban was ousted by a U.S.-led coalition in late 2001.




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    who cares about what he have to say and what he does? he is not mentally healthy at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by donsaeid
    who cares about what he have to say and what he does? he is not mentally healthy at all
    hahahahaha .I like that !




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    har kari bokonan ke dige joloye en baro bachehaye tooye irano nemitonan begiran
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    LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL

    this keeps getting funnier and funnier by the minute wow what a president a funny movie cant be scripted this good

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    Thumbs down Iranian President Hopes Sharon Perishes

    TEHRAN-Iran's president said Thursday he hoped for the death of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, the latest anti-Israeli comment by a leader who has already provoked international criticism for suggesting that Israel be "wiped off the map."

    "Hopefully, the news that the criminal of Sabra and Chatilla has joined his ancestors is final," President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was quoted as saying by the semiofficial Iranian Students News Agency.

    Ahmadinejad was referring to Sharon, who as defense minister in 1982 directed Israel's ill-fated invasion of Lebanon. An Israeli commission found him indirectly responsible for a massacre of Palestinians in the Sabra and Chatilla refugee camps by Christian Phalangist soldiers.

    Iran's official media, including state-run radio and television, did not report Ahmadinejad's remarks about Sharon.

    "Hopefully, others (criminals like him) will join him too," ISNA quoted Ahmadinejad as telling a group of clerics in Qom, a holy city 80 miles south of the capital, Tehran. He spoke a day after the 77-year-old Sharon suffered a massive stroke and underwent surgery.

    U.S. State Department spokesman Sean McCormack termed the remarks "hateful and disgusting."

    "And this is a man who wraps himself in the cloak of a peaceful religion, Islam, and yet you hear remarks like this coming from him," McCormack said. "This regime has isolated the Iranian people from the rest of the world in a matter of months — through its actions and its statements."

    The statement attributed to Ahmadinejad ultimately "is sadly not surprising given what we have seen come out from this president before," McCormack said.

    In the last two months, Ahmadinejad has called the Holocaust a "myth" and said if Europeans insist it did occur, then they should give some of their own land for a Jewish state, rather than the one in the Middle East. He also called for Israel to be "wiped off the map."




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    Doost aziz,khahesh mikonam az tohin beh hich nejad va ya afradi az un nejad tooyeh in forum nakon.mamnoon !
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    احمدی نژاد: بزودی به انرژی هسته ای دست می يابيم


    آقای احمدی نژاد گفت که تحقيقات هسته*ای بی*جهت متوقف شده بود - عکس از ايسنا
    محمود احمدی نژد رئيس جمهوری ايران با اشاره به آغاز تحقيقات هسته ای در ايران گفته است که "در آينده نزديک انرژی هسته* ای صلح آميز به طور کامل در اختيار ما قرار خواهد گرفت".
    به گزارش خبرگزاری دانشجويان ايران (ايسنا‏) رئيس جمهوری ايران که به استان جنوبی هرمزگان سفر کرده در جمع مردم بندر عباس گفت: "ما می*خواهيم به آنهايی که مدعی هستند ايران دنبال سلاح اتمی است بفهمانيم که چنين چيزی وجود ندارد و در قاموس ما وجود سلاح هسته*يی غير قانونی و غير شرعی است."

    "ما مخالف وجود زرادخانه*های هسته ای در کشور*های بزرگ هستيم و معتقديم اين زرادخانه*ها صلح جهانی را به خطر می*اندازد و آنها معتقدند که حافظ صلح جهانی هستند اما ما می*دانيم که دروغ می*گويند."

    آقای احمدی نژاد گفت کشورهای بزرگ "نمی خواهند کشور*های ديگر صاحب فناوری*های مدرن روز شوند به همين دليل در راه رسيدن ايران به فناوری هسته* ای مانع تراشی می*کنند."

    به گزارش خبرگزاری فارس آقای احمدی نژاد تاکيد کرد که "تحقيقات هسته*ای بی*جهت متوقف شده بود."

    وی گفت: "يکی از سخنگوهای وزارت خارجه يکی از اين دولت*ها (غربی) اذعان داشت ما با کار تحقيقاتی ملت ايران هم مخالفيم."

    اکبر هاشمی رفسنجانی، رييس جمهوری پيشين و رييس مجمع تشخيص مصلحت نظام در جمهوری اسلامی، نيز روز چهارشنبه در خطبه های نماز عيد قربان در تهران گفت که برخورداری از فناوری هسته ای حق ايران است و محافل غربی را متهم کرد که می کوشند مانع از دستيابی اين کشور به دانش هسته ای شوند.

    وی انگيزه انتقاد دولت های غربی را فراتر از برنامه های هسته ای دانست و آن را به گرايش های استعماری نسبت داد.

    رييس مجمع تشخيص مصلحت در عين حال خواستار تدبير برای مقابله با بحران کنونی شد ولی هشدار داد که فشار ساير کشورها به ضرر خود آنها تمام خواهد شد.

    وی گفت "نمی توانيم از حق خود بگذريم و آنها هم بايد بدانند ما پايداريم و در عين حال، با تدبير و کار درست اين حق را خواهيم گرفت و اگر مزاحمت هايی ايجاد کنند، در نهايت پشيمان می شوند و ايران ما سربلند بيرون خواهد آمد."

    آقای رفسنجانی، که از وی به عنوان يکی از مقامات ميانه رو در جمهوری اسلامی ياد می شود، از جمله نامزدهای انتخابات رياست جمهوری اخير ايران بود که از محمود احمدی نژاد شکست خورد.


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    Akshai az raisjomhor ba tashakor az fars news agency
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    ewwww ahmadinejad is uglyyyyyyyyyyy




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    wow mr red wine, you really have changed your tone when i first read your other views i was really impressed and actually quite proud of, how ever you are very mozi, i dont understand you one min your defending iran next your critiscing the new president, the way he dresses or speaks should be the very last thing on your mind, instead you should highlight his intentions for iran and how he will bring changes to iran. Now i know your gona say that its not right that he was choosen and so on, however should you take into account that it was the nation of iran who decided mr ahmadinejad in becoimg the new president, the youth of iran choose him. That must mean something to you right????????

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    Quote Originally Posted by saraamin55
    however should you take into account that it was the nation of iran who decided mr ahmadinejad in becoimg the new president, the youth of iran choose him.
    are you sure of this?

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    Sorry saraamin55 ,i didn't undrestand your point !!! did you read all my articles and all of the INFO which i put in this section or ...!?




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    wow, red wine bahale inkaret
    ama khodayeesha harchi un bad bakht khatami irano too siasate khariji(va na dakhli ke hich kari narkard harche avz shod daste mardom bood) anjam dad in ahmadanijead dare kharab mikone. khodayeesh ki az ghanoone asasi sar dar miare!!!!!! mitune bege aya ghanooni hast baraye raeesjomhoori ke salahiate postesho nadre , aya mishe ye joori avazesh kard!!!!!



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    Nemidoonam chera shomaha injoori mibinid ! Ahmadi nejad hich kareh hast ! yeki mesleh Khatami montaha bedooneh ammameh ! dastoorha az khamenei mireseh beh ahmadi nejad ! un hast keh iran ro mi charkhuneh va hich kas ham zooresh behesh nemireseh !




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    ama khodayeesh siasate kharejie ma too un doreye 8 saleyekhatami kheili pishrafte khoobi dasht. yek sima do tarze barkhordesh bood ke keshvaraye dige hemayatesh kardan, ama in na be dakhel va na be kharej ba raftarash rahm nemikoneeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. hade aghal khatami mahboob bood,ama in chi!!!! hata unayee ke entekhabesh kardan hala mifahmman che ghalati kardan.



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    Quote Originally Posted by RedWine
    Nemidoonam chera shomaha injoori mibinid ! Ahmadi nejad hich kareh hast ! yeki mesleh Khatami montaha bedooneh ammameh ! dastoorha az khamenei mireseh beh ahmadi nejad ! un hast keh iran ro mi charkhuneh va hich kas ham zooresh behesh nemireseh !
    daghighan! inaham hamash plan hast....8 sal ye moderate gozashtan alaki dele mardomo khosh konan....bad alan yek fanatic.. hamash plan e ina!

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    The volatile political situation in Iran should alarm historical intellectuals. Less than seventy years after Hitler committed mass genocide against millions of innocent people in Nazi Germany, a new anti-Christ has emerged from the land of Ancient Persia. Following in Hitler’s footsteps, the current Iranian President is a fanatical dictator who’s agenda is fuelled by a form of anti-Semitism which is expressed through his occult following of hard-line Islamic terrorists.

    Ahmadinejad's recent calls to “wipe Israel off the map,” reinforces his ideological motive of mass genocide against innocent people. Optimistically but perhaps only temporarily he lacks the means to achieve his agenda. On the other hand, the current dictatorship may gain the means to commit mass genocide if the West continues to ignore the demands of the Iranian people for a free democratic society.

    Those who doubt the possibility of genocide should take a look at the first-hand experiences of pro-Democracy Kurdish guerrillas. The oppressed minority has been fighting with the Islamic dictatorship for decades. Aaron Glantz interviewed two Kurdish guerrillas who spent three months under severe conditions of torture in Iranian captivity. One of the guerrillas recounted his impression of the Iranian justice system:

    They told us that we could not have a lawyer because the Islamic Republic itself represents God on this earth. They said you were working against the Islamic Republic. That means you were working against God, so you will be punished by torture.

    Words that shock the Western reader, resonate throughout all aspects of the oppressed Iranian society. The oppressive clerical dictatorship has subjugated the lives of millions of pro-western Iranians. Iran suffers from the worst brain drain in the world, has an unemployment rate of close to thirty percent, suffers from one of the worst drug addiction epidemics in the world, and houses one of the world’s largest political prisons.

    Iran should be a first world country with its massive oil and gas reserves, rather the average Iranian can barely feed their family much less afford the luxuries of a progressive state. The reigning clerics spend millions funding terrorist organizations like Hamas and Islamic Jihad, and billions buying off their trusted circle that’s loyal to their terrorist cause both inside and outside Iran.

    Yes, Iran does have elections. These elections are a facade behind which manipulations of power are concealed. In an article in the National Review Online, pro-Democracy students Bahman Batmanghelidj and Kamal Azari point out that even if seventy percent of the people vote for pro-democracy candidates, “clerical hard-liners ignore the voice of the voters and continue to use their power to veto, repress, and crush even a few modest efforts at a political opening”.

    Anyone seeking to run for the presidency of Iran must first be examined by a hard-line group of twelve clerics. During the recent election, the Guardian Council disqualified over ninety-eight percent of the candidates, including all female candidates and virtually every single reformist. The seven candidates that made it past the Council were all Islamists loyal to the Islamic dictatorship. A dictatorship where all authority is vested in an un-elected ‘Supreme Leader’, currently Ayatollah Khamenei.

    Hence, although the Iranian government has elections, these elections are used as a propaganda tool directed towards the naïve rather than a tool of democracy . A recent poll conducted by pro-Democracy students in Iran shows that the current President of Iran enjoys the support of about twenty percent of the Iranian populace, likewise over eighty percent of the Iranian student body supports a secular democratic government.

    Still, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has disowned the Iranian people’s call for modernization, choosing instead to pursue a policy of irrational fundamentalism that will trigger repercussions around the world. Ahmadinejad is the head of a fascist anti-Semitic campaign, denying the reality of the Holocaust and demanding the transfer of Israel to Europe.

    As the Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center points out, Ahmadinejad’s statements “reveal him as a fanatic ideologue who despite criticism at home and abroad, clearly prefers revolutionary Islamic considerations, as defined by Khomeini, to pragmatic national ones”.

    Some critics believe that the harsh words of the Iranian leader are too emotional to be taken seriously. However, if the majority adopts this approach, it may be too late to suppress the wave of violence. If the violence materializes, it will be felt by the world at large and most importantly by the Persians themselves.

    After all, the fundamentalist ideology of the current regime sharply contrasts with the views of young Iranians that desire for a modernized and prosperous state that enjoys friendly relations with the world, without suffering the backlash from economic sanctions. Ahmadinejad’s policies will also exacerbate an already explosive relationship between East and West, perpetuating the dictatorship strategically in a vital region.

    The Republican Party’s position of non-violent financial and moral support for the pro-American people of Iran is the best option available to stop these Iranian policies from further damaging the world. President Bush recently reiterated this support when he said that the “United States stands with the people of Iran” and that the “United States has no beef with the people of Iran,” but with the government.

    Taking the non-violent approach advocated by the Republican Party can be effective in stopping the nuclear threat like the one averted during the Cold War. Choosing non-violent action will help preserve stability in the region and lead to the peaceful elimination of an oppressive and unjust regime.

    Let us take the campaign to the terrorists before we are all pledging allegiance to a regime with the vision of genocide and a universal caliphate state.




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    Exclamation President's words scare our community: Iran's Jews

    Iran's Jews have sharply criticized President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for
    denying the Holocaust, saying his remarks have sparked fears in their ancient but dwindling community.

    Ahmadinejad has dismissed the 1933-1945 genocide of six million Jews by the Nazis and their allies as a myth, saying the crime was exaggerated to bolster Israeli interests.

    Haroun Yashayaei, the head of Iran's Jewish community, sent a letter of complaint to Ahmadinejad two weeks ago.

    "How is it possible to ignore all of the undeniable evidence existing for the exile and massacre of the Jews in Europe during World War Two?" said a copy of Yashayaei's letter faxed to Reuters on Sunday.

    "Challenging one of the most obvious and saddening events of 20th-century humanity has created astonishment among the people of the world and spread fear and anxiety among the small Jewish community of Iran," the letter added.

    A Jewish community leader said he preferred not to comment on whether Ahmadinejad had sent a reply to the letter, penned on behalf on the entire Jewish community.

    Jews occupy an awkward position in Israel's arch-foe Iran, often speaking out against Israeli treatment of Palestinians.

    Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, spiritual father of Iran's 1979 Islamic revolution, urged Iranians to distinguish clearly between their own ancient community and Zionists.

    However, Iran's Jewish community has slumped to some 25,000 members from about 85,000 at the time of the revolution. Iran's population is about 69 million.

    Iran's Jews are often the subject of intense suspicion and 10 from the southern city of Shiraz were convicted of spying in 2000. The closed door trial sparked international outrage.

    The last five detained were released in April 2003.

    Last April, Iran's Jewish parliamentarian had to complain to parliament that popular television serials were anti-Semitic. The parliament speaker supported his complaint.

    Iran's Jews are sometimes called "Esther's Children." The Jewess Esther, a queen of Persia who gave her name to a book of the Bible, is buried in the Western Iranian city of Hamadan.




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    Ahmadinejad kheily tanesh mikhareh...be hame hey dareh gir mide
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    vaghean jorat mikhad to aghliat e zire zarbin bashi o name eteraz amiz be ahmadi nejad bedi

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    vaay torokhoda in chejor raees jomhoor shode??? ta hala ye doone az sokhan ranihasho shenidid?? mimirid az khande bache 5sale ghashangtaresh harf mizane. torokhoda hichi balad nisss harff bezannne vayy khodaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

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    4 nafar ostad daneshgah tooyeh reshteh hayeh mokhtalef hastan keh matneh sokhan raniasho minevisan vali un nemikhooneh bishtaresho va az khodesh dar miareh !




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    فرد هاليدی، استاد روابط بين الملل در دانشکده اقتصاد دانشگاه لندن طی مقاله ای که در سايت اوپن دموکراسی (Open Democracy) به چاپ رسيده، نوشته است که لحن مبارزه طلبانه رئيس جمهور آمريکا عليه ايران بر قدرت محافظه کاران حاکم بر اين کشور می افزايد
    وی که از متخصصان مشهور در زمينه ايران و خاورميانه است، اعتقاد دارد که ايران و آمريکا در آستانه بحرانی عظيم قرار دارند و بخش عمده ای از مقاله خود را به ريشه های اين بحران و نحوه شکلگيری آن اختصاص داده که به عقيده وی به کودتای 28 مرداد 1332 و سقوط دولت محمد مصدق در ايران باز می گردد

    به نوشته او، اشغال سفارت آمريکا در تهران و گروگان گرفتن دييلماتهای آن به مدت 444 روز، حمايت ايران از گروههای مسلح شيعه لبنانی که باعث خروج ارتش آمريکا از لبنان در سالهای 1983 و 1984 شد، مداخله آمريکا در جنگ ايران و عراق در سال پايانی جنگ که فرد هاليدی آن را طرفداری آمريکا از عراق در جنگ ارزيابی کرده، ظهور و قدرت گرفتن حزب الله در لبنان که به خروج اسرائيل از جنوب اين کشور در سال 2000 انجاميد و سرانجام، وضعيت کنونی آمريکا در عراق عناصری اند که در شکلگيری بحران ميان ايران و آمريکا و وخامت يافتن آن مؤثر بوده اند

    فرد هاليدی معتقد است که آمريکا شرايط را در عراق به شيوه ای پيش می برد که ناخواسته راه را برای افتادن اين کشور در دست ايران هموار می کند

    غرب آسيا و گستره ای از افغانستان تا لبنان، به عقيده فرد هاليدی، در آينده صحنه جنگ قدرت ميان ايران و آمريکا خواهد بود.

    به نوشته فرد هاليدی، ايران به دنبال اين است که در سراسر خاورميانه و آسيای ميانه و همچنين در قبال بحران فلسطينيان و اسرائيل قدرت بلامنازع باشد و می خواهد که از لحاظ هسته ای نيز دست کم همان موقعيتی را داشته باشد که اسرائيل پيش از سال 1994 و آفريقای جنوبی در زمان حکومت سفيدپوستان داشت، يعنی اينکه حتی اگر دارای سلاح هسته ای نباشد، توان توليد آن را در هنگام ضرورت داشته باشد.

    بر همين اساس، آقای هاليدی استدلال می کند که نگرانی غرب از برنامه هسته ای ايران ارتباط مستقيم با بحران عراق دارد و هرچه بر نفوذ ايران در عراق افزوده می شود، فشار آمريکا و متحدان غربی اش برای محدود ساختن فعاليت اتمی ايران نيز افزايش می يابد.

    به قدرت رسيدن حماس در سرزمينهای فلسطينی و مشکلاتی که آمريکا و نيروهای ناتو در افغانستان با آن درگيرند نيز از نظر فرد هاليدی بر افزايش فشار اتمی بر ايران مؤثر است.

    در زمينه به قدرت رسيدن محمود احمدی نژاد و ياران تندروی او در ايران، فرد هاليدی معتقد است که انقلابها پس از يکی دو دهه که از عمرشان گذشت وارد مرحله تازه ای از طغيان می شوند که در آن، عناصر انقلابی به مواضع اوليه خود باز می گردند که از جمله اين مواضع، رويارويی با دنيای خارج است

    فرد هاليدی فضايی طغيانزده را در غرب آسيا به تصوير می کشد و از آمريکا انتقاد می کند که با سياستهايی که اتخاذ می کند و با خودداری از اينکه مستقيماً با ايران وارد گفتگو شود، قدمی در راه فروخواباندن چنين طغيانی بر نمی دارد

    به نظر او، حکومت جمهوری اسلامی هيچگاه به اندازه شرايط کنونی از ثبات و استحکام برخوردار نبوده است

    بهای شصت دلاری هر بشکه نفت و حمايتی عمومی که فرد هاليدی برای محمود احمدی نژاد در ايران قائل است، اين حکومت را از نظر او چه در مقابل مخالفان خارجی همچون سلطنت طلبان و مجاهدين خلق (که وی آنها را اسلامگرايان استالينيست خطاب می کند) و منتقدان داخلی همچون ليبرالها و فعالان حقوق بشر و اصلاح طلبان ضربه ناپذير می کند

    او در پايان مقاله اش نتيجه می گيرد که جورج بوش نيز با سخنان مبارزه جويانه ای که عليه حکومت محمود احمدی نژاد ايراد می کند به صف متحدان آقای احمدی نژاد پيوسته است و همه اينها خبر از ماجراهای بيشتری در آينده می دهد




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