Iran behaving badly

1 12 2009

So Iran is finally showing its real face to the world. They are building 10 new nuclear facilities without any approval from IAEA. In fact, this is in clear violation of international laws and regulations. Ahmedinejad is trying to go all out in brutally suppressing the dissidents and also taking a stern action against international peace mediators.

His policy is nothing short of a disaster for Iran. Coupled with Iran’s role in Yemenite insurgency and attacks against Saudi Arabia, a mini war might happen soon in this region. And that would put an end to world peace. This would happen because of theocratic government of Iran and the dictatorship of Nejad.


Saudis failing to control terrorists

28 08 2009

In the recent episode of rising violence in Saudi Arabia, a terrorist detonated himself in the office of Prince Muhammad bin Nayef. Prince Nayef is leading Saudi forces in countering terrorism. Also, this is the first attack on any person of the royal family in decades. The ease with which the bomber entered the office of Nayef and carried out this attack speaks volume about the flaws in Saudi security apparatus. Read the rest of this entry »

This is Iran

14 08 2009

As if the arrests of thousands of protesters was not enough, the authoritarian regime has started raping and executing the inmates. There have been some reports that Iranian regime has brutally executed some protesters. Additionally, dozens or even hundreds have been raped by the Islamic police. This list include both men and women.

Now is not that interesting? Iranian law has a provision to execute homosexuals but on the other hand, their police rape the inmates. Is not that shameful double standards? Read the rest of this entry »

Iran continues on its discriminatory path

14 07 2009

Iran has not budged from its position on the discrimination and brutal suppression of minorities. Although the conservative militant regime is oppressive of every moderate voice, the treatment of minorities is absolutely shameful. As we reported earlier, the regime is continuing with its ‘speedy’ justice as it just hanged 13 more Sunni rebels in the south-eastern region of Baluchistan. Read the rest of this entry »

Muslim countries need to recognize Israel

10 07 2009

I have failed to understand this shameful behavior by many Muslim countries. They want to have trade relations with Israel and at the same time do not want to recognize this Jewish state. Almost every Muslim state has some type of relations with Israel, whether open or undercover. The list includes the so-called most vocal supporters of the Palestinian cause. Read the rest of this entry »

Where the ‘supreme’ rules supreme

19 06 2009

The supreme leader of Iran has finally spoken against the protesters. He has told them to stop protesting or else face the wrath of brutal Iranian forces. We were expecting the same thing from the so-called supreme leader of Iran. As the country is practically under his rule, dissidents either have to shut their mouths or face grave consequences.

In practical, Iran is still under the shadows of revolution. Western media misunderstood the current protests and took it as if another revolution is going to happen. They even forgot the fact that Moussavi was strongly in favor of revolution and was just representing the internal rift between the mullahs.

Moussavi, Khatemi, Nejad or Rafsenjani, all are different reflections of the same thing. The revolutionaries have won this battle. A more strict enforcement of conservative rules and regulations is now expected. This will continue unless and until the young and democratic Iranians don’t take the matters in their own hands. But, it will take a lot of time, at least a decade or so.

Iran turns into a bigger mess

15 06 2009

The vice president of United States, Joe Biden, has said that Obama administration will adopt a policy of “wait and see” viz-a-viz Iran. That is understandable as the situation is not clear yet. However, Obama administration could have used stronger words in condemning the frauds in Iranian election. Too much sweetened language will fall on deaf ears.

Coming back to the elections, the protests are flaring up. Many have accepted the fact that Nejad will remain their president, whatsoever maybe his tactics of getting elected. Still, youngsters are not giving up so easily. They are staging massive protests in Tehran and facing the brutalities of the riots police.

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