Blog Posts - Mousavi



Clinton admits US role in Iran 'velvet revolution' unrest

> While some responsible of the attempt of 'velvet revolution' against Iran are facing trials in Tehran and admitting cooperation with foreign powers, intelligence agencies and terrorist groups, the US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, makes he...
by Nur ein Wort on Aug 9, 2009

In the end...it doesn't even matter... #iranelection

Tehran, I believe, is ground zero of a civil rights movement that will leave no Muslim or Arab country, or even Israel, untouched.--Hamid Dabashi, of Iranian Studies and Comparative Literature at Columbia University The unrest in Iran makes me green...
by RONMOSSAD BLOG on Aug 8, 2009

Tribute to Marwa Sherbini & Neda Soltan

> I made this video as my personal take on the deaths of these two martyrs of a global war against spirituality: Marwa Sherbini (Egyptian) stabbed to death in a German courtroom by a hater of Islam, and Neda Soltan (Iranian) one of the victims of...
by Nur ein Wort on Jul 11, 2009

Iran: What Now?

I have said for weeks that Barack Obama missed a golden opportunity to, at best, give protesters in Iran hope that they could hope to bring freedom to their nation, and at worst, could unify the world community to do more about Iran. Obama, of course...
by Neoavatara on Jul 1, 2009

NEWS: Iran’s Religious Appeals

On Friday, June 12, 2009, Iranians took to the polls to elect a new president. Despite the strong presence from challenger Mir Hussein Moussavi and his supporters prior to the election, incumbent President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was declared the winner...
by Religion Compass Exchanges on Jun 25, 2009

NEWS: Iran’s Religious Appeals #iranelection

On Friday, June 12, 2009, Iranians took to the polls to elect a new president. Despite the strong presence from challenger Mir Hussein Moussavi and his supporters prior to the election, incumbent President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was declared the winner...
by Religion Compass Exchanges on Jun 25, 2009

Iran Forgotten

I guess a good sex scandal is much more important the people dying on the streets of Iran. Yesterday, every major news network started with the headliner of Gov. Sanford’s infidelity.  I am not saying it isn’t a story….just kind of...
by Neoavatara on Jun 25, 2009

Iran denies punishing ´green´ players

TEHRAN (AFP) - The head of Iran’s football federation has denied punishing players for wearing green wristbands in a show of support of the opposition during a World Cup qualifier, according to local media. “The comments in foreign media...
by Soccer News Info on Jun 25, 2009

FIFA demand clarification on Iran football punishment

GENEVA (AFP) - Football’s world governing body FIFA wrote to the Iranian football federation on Wednesday to ask for answers over alleged punishments meted out to several of their players for wearing wristbands reflecting their support for oppo...
by Soccer News Info on Jun 24, 2009

The Dhimmi In The White House

Obama’s moral equivalence is reaching new depths.  You may recall that the US had invited Iranian diplomats to attend July 4th celebrations at American embassies. Many people assumed that these invites – absurd to start with – woul...
by jewwithaview on Jun 23, 2009

Pemilu Iran: “Pencurian Suara” adalah Cerita Bohong

Oleh: Prof. James Petras (Contributor for Global Research) Pendahuluan Hampir tidak pernah ada pemilu yang Gedung Putih pantau, di mana calon yang kalah dari kandidat pro-Amerika Serikat dilaporkan sebagai tidak sah oleh seluruh elit politik dan medi...
by Dahulukan Islam di Atas Mazhab on Jun 22, 2009

Mousavi’s Facebook Message: You Are The Media, Report and Keep Hope Alive

“Today you are the media, it is your duty to report and keep the hope alive”, reads the latest Facebook update from Iranian opposition presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi. The status update , posted in Farsi and translated both in...
by Tech-Storm on Jun 21, 2009

The revolution will not be twittered

The revolution will not be brought to you in 140 characters or less from anonymous sources half-a-world away and repeated as the whole truth by talking heads with an agenda. It will not star your internet friends or make you vicariously courageous. A...
by Scholars & Rogues on Jun 20, 2009

NEWS: Bahais Accused of Plotting the Protests in Iran

As the world anxiously watches the dramatic developments in Iran, Iranian authorities are already looking for scapegoats. Denouncing foreign media coverage of socio-political unrest in Iran, Qolam Ali Haddad-Adel, Iranian MP and head of the parliamen...
by Religion Compass Exchanges on Jun 20, 2009

Do Yourself a Favor and Shut the Fuck Up

How is it that I still occasionally think that I’ve seen it all? Specifically, with regard to the reflexive disingenuousness of partisan political idiocy? My hope for the reformation of our national miscourse keeps feeling more and more audacio...
by Cheek and Bluster on Jun 20, 2009

Iran Protests: The Regime Fights Back

This weekend, we are seeing the real force of the Iranian regime put into play. First, Ayatolla Khameini stated the regimes views at Friday prayers:  that the protesters must stop, that the opposition leaders must stop the protesters, and all will b...
by Neoavatara on Jun 20, 2009

Iranian masses: ‘Death To The UK, America, And Israel!’

  The Ayatollah Khamenei, Iran’s supreme fruitcake – sorry,  leader - today voiced support for Ahmadinejad.  His statement comes after a week of violent protests and accusations of election rigging. Speaking at Tehran University today...
by jewwithaview on Jun 19, 2009

Iran: Real Winners Don’t Blame

Even the mild pronouncements thus far by President Obama regarding the Iranian election turmoil were immediately seized upon by the beleaguered incumbents, who accused the U.S. of fomenting the massive unrest they now face. This can't come as a surpr...
by Cheek and Bluster on Jun 18, 2009

Khamenei – No More Mr. Nice Guy

Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has issued an ultimatum to Mirhussein Mousavi.  On Friday, Khamenei plans to give Friday prayers at Tehran University. This is the same site where 5 students were killed earlier this week.  The Aya...
by Neoavatara on Jun 18, 2009

Heartbreak for Iran in Seoul - Soccer America

New York Daily News Heartbreak for Iran in Seoul Soccer America by Paul Kennedy, Thursday, Jun 18, 2009 7:00 AM ET [WORLD CUP 2010 QUALIFYING] One of the most dramatic World Cup games in recent memory ended in heartbreak for Iran Wednesday. Iranian f...


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