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Muraqib ul tarighat

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  1. Here is a video presentation explaining the extent of Amnesty's lies about the events of 1988: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ivSS_YBq_hY&t=354s
  2. Report about the MEK's new camp in Alabania and the twitter factory set up there: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3oIChqqSgzo
  3. If anyone would like to contact Amnesty to complain about their pro-MEK report which tries to rewrite history and demonise Islamic law here are some contacts: Philip Luther, director of MENA research/advocacy at Amnesty: philip.luther@amnesty.org Raha Bahreini, chief Iran researcher at Amnesty: raha.bahreini@amnesty.org Malcolm Smart, director of MENA at Amnesty: malcom.smart@amnesty.org David Griffiths, head of the secretary-general's office: david.griffiths@amnesty.org
  4. Amnesty does criticise everyone. The problem with this report is that it was mostly written by an Iran researcher working at Amnesty, Raha Bahreini, who is herself an MEK sympathiser and appears regularly on exiled opposition "news" channels (like the one shown below). I suspect the leadership at Amnesty just trusts what she reports is true.
  5. Exactly, You don't have to make the MEK look like angels to make the Iranian authorities look like demons. I suspect the MEK may even have commissioned or funded the generation of the report by Amnesty. It completely whitewashes their violent and criminal past and makes them look like hapless victims. Unfortunately, most people will read a report by Amnesty and not have the necessary information to scrutinise it. So they will just accept it as the truth.
  6. I am sorry but the MEK/PMOI really are Marxist psychopaths. However, individual members may be nice people without the brainwashing. The main problem with the report is that it does not even mention that 3,000 to 4,000 MEK militants were killed on the battefield during Operation Mersad or executed upon capture. it also claims that the PMOI are peaceful political dissdents who did not do anything to deserve how they were treated. No mention is made of the fact that they murdered thousands as well as allying with Saddam Hussein.
  7. Amnesty International have recently published a report condemning Iran for fighting and executing members of the Marxist terror cult, the People's Mojahedeen (https://www.amnesty.at/media/4621/amnesty_blood-soaked-secrets_iran-dezember-2018.pdf) The report claims that the murderous thugs, who sided with Saddam Hussein against their own people, were merely "prisoners of conscience" whose only crime was in "distributing leaflets" and "expressing their political opinions". It doesn't even mention that 2,000-3,000 of them were killed trying to invade Iran with the support of the Iraqi air force and those who were captured were summarily executed as traitors and unlawful combatants. This article sets the lies of Amnesty, now apologists for terrorists, straight: https://www.scribd.com/document/395695883/Amnesty-International-s-Lies-About-Mass-Executions-in-Iran-in-1988
  8. I am convinced that atheists/humanists know little to nothing about Islam but feel they know enough to condemn it. It is shockingly arrogant. Even most Muslims are not acquainted with all of the aspects of Sharia and the legal interpretation and contexts in which it is applied. You are welcome to criticise our religion BUT do so from a position of knowledge, not ignorance.
  9. So we should be silent in the face of atheistic Islamophobia? Should we not defend the truth about Islam?
  10. On page 109 of the report is cited a woman, allegedly from Iran, called Sepideh who claims anyone publicly admitting that they are an atheist will be put to death under Sharia law. “I only came out as an atheist with my closest friends. Being an atheist and saying this in public is considered as big crime and is being sentenced to death. Nobody says that he or she is an atheist so easily in Iran, although the majority of the population is in fact. That’s the reason I never had to fear bad consequences in my family and with my friends.They all think like me. It would even be more disturbing to them if I say I am a believer."
  11. You forget that these Islamphobic reports contribute to attacks against Muslims in non-Muslim countries as they provide the intellectual justification for them.
  12. The International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU), which promotes a culture of atheism and which takes a strong stance against Islam and religion in general, has published a condemnation of the treatment of atheists and the non-religious mainly in Muslim countries: https://freethoughtreport.com/download-the-report/ Predictably,the IHEU displays complete ignorance of Islam in its hate-filled and ignorant attack on "freedom of thought" and human rights in these Muslims countries, notably Iran. A list of just some of the misleading false statements that the report makes, including about Shariah, is attached. Please complain to Bob Churchill who "edited" the report: bob.churchill@iheu.org There is a Persian saying, "sokoot alamate rezaast" (staying silent is agreeing with). Complaint to IHEU.pdf
  13. It is not about saying anything positive that bothers me. It is the fact that they are so prepared to openly lie and pervert the truth so blatently. But you are right. The Western media is very positive about Rouhani because they think he will do a deal with the Devil.
  14. The Foreign Editor of the Financial Times, Roula Khalaf, is Lebanese. On Iran, she is also mendacious: http://www.scribd.com/doc/207595070/Roula-Khalaf
  15. Bahaism is not a religion. It is a wayward cult that is totally political in nature. Bahais have their HQ in the Zionist regime and are completely allied to the Wahabists, Zionists and Imperalists. There are documents that prove their collaboration with outside powers.
  16. Rowhani is just a stooge of Hashemi who is really a billionaire businessman with a turban. The point is that we need an Islamic discourse that is not dominated by clerics, many of whom are just dominated by clerics, many of whom are just thieves and charlatans who profess a false piety. That is what Ahmadinejad tried to do in his second term.
  17. At the end of the day, the clerics will always support the interests of the clergy rather than the interests of the people, just as the bazaaris will alway support the interests of the bazaar. They take their orders from Howzeh rather than the ballot box. Rowhani is no exception. Ahmadinejad stood up to the mullahs and tried to reduce their grip on the running of the state. Now, there is nobody who will represent ordinary Iranians.
  18. I don't dispute the fact that the ulema should have influence, and that they are necessary to uphold and interpret Islamic law. But in Iran, they have tried to monopolize power for themselves, and have grown very rich because of it. The best thing for them to maintain their reputation and esteem as the guardians of Islam would be take a less prominent role in the dirty politics of the Islamic Republic. An Islamic state should mean clerical dictatorship.
  19. Mahmoud raft...it is basically a redo of "Shah raft": ]http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=i&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&docid=15ZG3BtlFQCeLM&tbnid=ElwfYGpZ7KqKzM:&ved=&url=http%3A%2F%2Firanreview.com%2FPhotos.htm&ei=OyzDUbPKGs2k4ATdoIDQBg&psig=AFQjCNFp5luUJLoKcj4z3kL6-87lm2lglg&ust=1371831739507487
  20. It is absolutely depressing to see a clone of Hashemi Rafsanjani as president of the IRI for the next 4 years. It is no surprise to see the Wahabis congratulating him because Hashemi has strong business ties to Saudi Arabia and the Gulf.
  21. Don’t snicker. With former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad gone, there will be no one left to stand up to Iran's mullahs, writes Reza Aslan. http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/1779179/Comment-Iran-Missing-Ahmadinejad For all this talk of Rowhani being a "moderate" and a "reformer", he is still a mullah who will always support the interests of Howzeh and the Bazaar before those of the people. Ahmadinejad challenged clerical rule in Iran, even the very principle of velayat-e-faqih that is a central pillar of the Islamic Republic. He was a devout Muslim who stood up for the people against those who claim to be the "scholars" of Islam and who have acquired enormous wealth and power since 1979. Even though Ahmadinejad will step down, and probably face prosecution for challenging the mullahs, I don't think the clergy have done away with the ideas of Ahmadinejad and Mashaei. Many Iranian conservatives have seen through the facade of clerical piety, and there is now hope that the Guards (Pasdaran) will eventually push the clerics out of power. Hopefully, Rowhani will be voted out of office in 2017 along with the Hashemi family that is now firmly back in control. I am really sad to see mardomyar (friend of the people) go. I remember being so happy in June 2005 when he was elected and the failed regime of Khatami was finally over. Now, I feel real embarassment that an akhond like Rowhani is now my president despite the misplaced celebration of all those North Tehranis who think he is going to save the country. I will miss you, Mahmoud. You gave ordinary Shia Muslims dignity and a voice. May Allah Subhana protect you.
  22. I don't think you will find anyone in Iran who is racially discriminated against or mistreated for his/her background as you do in the case of Dr. Afrasiabi in the U.S. He is also not himself an opponent or critic of the U.S Government - he has chosen to live in America - but is tireless in his defense of the rights of his fellow Iranians and Muslims against the injustice they receive.
  23. Dr. Kaveh Afrasiabi , a leading Iranian scholar and political scientist, is facing possible arrest in the United States for his outspoken defense of the rights of Iranians and Palestinians and criticism of racist discrimination against some American Muslims. Please sign a petition that could guarantee his liberty: http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/petition-to-the-massachusetts-governor-and-state/ Wassalam
  24. For it to be a scientific poll , as it is, it was taken from a broad, national sample: male, female, urban, rural, provincial, capital....as representative as possible. The only limit is that 15% of Iranians don't have phones.
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