This weblog was created to act as a platform for the voice of secular pro-democracy activists in and outside Iran who are struggling against the religious dictatorship of the Islamic clerics in Iran. Follow me on https://gettr.com/user/potkazar or My Telegram Channel https://t.me/SledgeHammerNews
My favourite quote:
"Evil only prevails when the good stay silent"
Thursday, June 25, 2009
Sons and Daughters of Cyrus, Long Live Your Courage
Have you seen this:
IMPORTANT: Ahmadinejad and Yazdi preparing a coup to have a purely Islamic government:
Killed and Detained Since 12 June
why you dont do anything potkin,help them,they need a hero,i thought you can be the one,cant cry any more
I'm not religious or anything (I'm practically atheist) and don't believe in superstition, but with everything that's going on in Iran I simply can't think of anything else to do to help except to give my support and condolences and hope for their fight to succeed, or maybe hope for thier failure in case of "Eyin HaRa" ("Evil Eye"/ "Devil's Eye"). I feel frustrated that there's nothing I can do and am affraid to hope for too much.Ahrg!
Being an average Israeli, I have to say I'm very pesimistic of any real change in Iran. The thing I'm certain though is that it doesn't really matter, because these ideas of freedom and liberation and rights are out there in the open, and the elections aren't even the issue anymore (something I think the apologists have missed). Even if the reformists "fail" today, "the genie is out of the bottle" as many say and thing aren't simply going to return to what was before.
Ah, this is something to take off my chest, for now my contribution in hope it helps.
I agree with Isy - the genie is out of the bottle.
I am religious and I do believe that God has a plan - out of this evil that we are witnessing there will be good.
I continue to pray for my brothers and sisters in Iran who are Muslim, Christian, Jewish and "other". They believe in God, they are spiritual, and they do not necessarily agree with that mad mullah Khamenei and his 12th Imam fantasy (which is extremely dangerous)
The doctor who was trying to save her speaks out in London.
""Thus, this is a pivotal moment in Iran’s contemporary history, and indeed the Middle East’s. If the second-generation revolutionaries succeed, Iran will enter a period of extreme political repression, which will make it easier for the War Party and the Israel lobby to try to convince the public that Iran’s nuclear program must be handled through military attacks.
If, on the other hand, the protests succeed in turning back the rigged elections, the reformists and democratic groups will have a golden opportunity to move Iran much faster toward a democratic political system, which will be crucial to the stability of the Middle East.""
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