Sunday, November 01, 2009

Student Protests at Khaje Nassir Uni Today

This is how the brave students at Khaje Nassir university showed their discontent against Ahmadinejad's former Guidance Minister today. They turned their backs against Safar Harandi and sang the student solidarity anthem for their colleagues who are imprisoned or have been banned from continuing with their education. Marvellous act of unity and solidarity with their comrades. With daily protests at Iran universities, despite severe repressive measures, Ahmadinejad's coup junta is fast running out of options as what to do with Iran's students.


Sohrab said...


Winston said...

I am waiting for more protests on 4th of November. This regime is badly shaken.

Anonymous said...

Wikipedia: “The idea behind Year Zero is that all culture and traditions within a society must be completely destroyed or discarded and a new revolutionary culture must replace it, starting from scratch. All history of a nation or people before Year Zero is largely irrelevant, as it will (as an ideal) be purged and replaced from the ground up.

In Cambodia, teachers and intellectuals especially were singled out and executed as part of the above mentioned purge aspect of Year Zero.”

According to RFI, Fars news Agency reports: Head of the Institute for Research and Education Planning Hojat-ol-Islam Mohiyeddin Bahram Mohammadian has announced: “Monarchical dynasty has been eliminated from history textbooks”.

RFI points out the obvious fact that this move in essence deletes Iran’s entire history minus the past thirty years of the Islamic Republic.

Alongside other recent assaults on culture and academia, it seems the anticipated second Cultural Revolution within IRR, Islamist Rapist Republic, is well under way. Having witnessed the extent of inhumanity and savagery Islamist Rapists are capable of committing, is a Khmer Rouge style Islamist Year Zero that far-fetched?