Dr. Larry Franklin
Former Iran Desk
Office of the Secretary of Defense
Long Live "24th May" the 30th Anniversary of Freedom of the "City of Khoramshahr"!
Long Live the Memory and path of all Iranian soldiers, to all unknown heroes, who despite the lack of correct rulers, freed this Iranian city by just believing in their just cause, themselves and their Brothers in Arm! they will always be remembered!
"Iran Will never Die!"
Down With Islamic Republic
Long Live Iran
Due to the latest tension regarding the three Iranian islands and the Persian Gulf, the Iranian people once again showed that they are united when it comes to national territorial issues.
Since the islamic republic is not representing iranians, the Iranian people have many times used the social medias such as face book to react to political matters and express their feelings.
The official page of King Abdullah was shut down due to 250 000 received messages in support for the Iranian island and the Persian Gulf.
The number is confirmed by king Abdullah, the translation reads:
International Women’s Day;Iran and the Global Struggle for Women’s Liberation:
2011 is the global centenary year for International Women’s Day and this time, women from around the world united in Radisson Hotel, Los Angeles, celebrating the economic, political, and social achievements of women past, present, and future.
International Women’s day was not just dedicated to the idea of successful achievements of women, but through an Iranian party Marze Por Gohar calling for peace, in solidarity with women in Iran who are marginalized in their country’s peace processes.
by Elham Yaghoubian
Thu Jan 13, 2011 1:28pm EST
Marze Por Gohar: Making Dialogue in a Politicized Silence
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 13, 2011
Having been imprisoned in solitary confinement at the Towhid Prison in Iran for simply expressing my opinions, I grateful to have been a direct beneficiary of the work of human rights organizations.
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By: Jamie Glazov
FrontPageMagazine.com | Monday, September 14, 2009
FrontPage Interview’s guest today is Roozbeh Farahanipour, an Iranian journalist, democracy activist, former political prisoner in Iran and head of Marze Por Gohar Party (MPG), an Iranian opposition party seeking the establishment of a secular republic in Iran. He was a student leader in the 1999 uprising, just one year after creating MPG.
FP: Roozbeh Farahanipour, welcome back to Frontpage Interview.
It seems the Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, has finally conceded that America was and in fact continues to support the “reformist” faction against the “hardliners.”
During an interview with CNN the Secretary of State said:
“So, we were doing a lot to really empower the protesters without getting in the way. And we’re continuing to speak out and support the opposition.”