By Jamie Glazov
FrontPageMagazine.com | Monday, April 13, 2009
Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Dr. Sepehr B. Ariannia, a senior member of the Marze Por Gohar (MPG), an Iranian nationalist political party that seeks to establish a secular republic. He has conducted extensive research in satellite communication and semiconductor physics. His recent research is concentrated in the field of Quantum physics.
FP: Dr. Sepehr B. Ariannia, welcome to Frontpage Interview.
Ariannia: Thank you for having me here.
March 24, 2009
The audience in the subcommittee hearing witness the noble act of congressman Rohrbacher who pointed out the important fact about distinguishing between people of Iran and the regime.
“..By referring to them as people of Islamic Republic of Iran rather than just People of Iran, perhaps what we have done is demoralized the very people in Iran who we want as our closest allies…
Roozbeh Farahhanipour of Marze Por Gohar Party appeared as guest in the hearings.
March 21, 2009: Khamenei slams Obama Nowruz message. In what can only be called a slap in the face, Ayatollah Khamenei, the "Supreme Leader" of the Islamic Republic, rejected President *Obama's Nowruz message of "friendship" toward the Islamic Republic of Iran leaders, saying that Obama has "insulted the Islamic Republic of Iran from the first day." Perhaps thinking that words of hope and change would resonate with Iran's ruling clerics, Obama said he wanted to "speak directly to the leaders and people of the Islamic Republic of Iran." But as Iranian pro-democracy activist ** Mani Aryamand noted, "the people of Iran are called just that. There is no such thing as people of [the] Islamic republic of Iran."
WASHINGTON (AFP) — Iranian-Americans on Friday hailed President Barack Obama's message on the Persian new year as a positive step towards healing the rift with Tehran, while others insisted that the only way forward was to oust Iran's Islamic regime.
"Wow ... that's really nice, fantastic," said Anik Arakel from her home in southern California, where she has lived for nearly 30 years, as she listened to Obama wishing the Iranian people "Eid-eh Shoma Mobarak" as they celebrated Nowruz, the Persian new year.
Wednesday, March 4, 2009
By: Kenneth R. Timmerman
As Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman Sen. John F. Kerry on Thursday chairs the second in a series of hearings intended to bolster the Obama administration’s policy of opening negotiations with Iran, a key Iranian dissident tells Newsmax that talks with the Tehran regime are a mistake.
“We believe the United States should talk to the Iranian people, not to the regime,” said Khosrow Seif, 73, the leader of the Iran Nation’s Party (INP).
Israeli national Internet Broadcast Center's Elihu Ben-Onn talks with Farahanipour regarding matters pertaining to the Islamic Republic and Iran
Former president Hojjat-ol elsam Mohammad Khatami, known as a "reformer" in the West, has finally made up his mind after weeks of hesitation, and now says he will challenge Ahmadinejad in the June presidential elections. But Khatami faces opposition from all fronts, including from many of the people who elected him in 1997, who accuse him of quashing the student movement in 1999, and of using a pretense of liberalisation to flush opponents out from hiding so the intelligence services could better identify them and crush them.
Tuesday, February 3, 2009 6:19 PM
By: Kenneth R. Timmerman
An explosive Iranian government dossier reveals that Iran’s most senior official, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei, personally ordered the murders of hundreds of opposition activists and intellectuals. In addition, then-President Mohammad Khatami, whom the West considered a moderate, helped cover up the regime’s deadly deeds, according to the documents, which were leaked to a domestic opposition group.
Two movies provided by Marze Por Gohar Bushehr Branch demonstrate the bad situation and poverty only a few kilometers from the nuclear site.
Questions remains why the islamic regime is pursuing nuclear technology while Iranian citizens -not far from the site- are living in total poverty.
By Jamie Glazov
FrontPageMagazine.com | Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Babak Namdar, a senior member of Marze Por Gohar (MPG), an Iranian nationalist political party that seeks to establish a secular republic. His primary area of expertise is in the area of secure communications. He's also served as an instructor on matters relevant to the various forms of digital communications and encryption. Mr. Namdar currently manages Information Technology for a large media firm.
FP: Babak Namdar, welcome to Frontpage Interview.