انگلیسی

L'origine de l'islamisme en Iran.
سید محمد حسن حسینی
In the backdrop of the horrifying circumstance THEY have brought about for my family and I in order to coerce me into stopping my penning against dictatorship and their corrupt leader, the below storm of thought provoking questions have been attacking my mind since recent years, which must be addressed by Khamenei and other major stakeholders in Iran who are on the delusion that THEY are God's own representatives.
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We Iranian and non-Iranian activists, scholars, journalists, professionals, and other people opposed to the Islamist regime in Iran are writing this letter to express our appreciation for your kind and accurate Nowruz message.
The ancient Persians thought there is a long-lasting fight between the Good (light) and Evil (darkness) that ends with the victory of Good over Evil. Nowruz is an occasion to fulfil the culmination of the Good, in a platonic sense against the Bad / Evil. The aim is to be collectively winner in this struggle.
Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI) has created a cyber attack group that targets Iranian activists on the Internet and their job is not limited to filtering web sites of Iranian activists blocking them in Iran
La journée du 8 mars a créé les conditions fondées pour les femmes de progresser leur statut social. L’extension de la liberté, amélioration du concept de la démocratie, égalité et surtout la laïcité tout en reconnaissant les racines de misogynie qui sont impliquées dans les traditions patriarcales et religieuses. Ce qui explique la misogynie institutionnalisée en Iran sous le règne des Mullahs.
Der internationale Frauentag wird im Iran mit dem Kampf von mehr Frauen und sogar Männer gegen den Kopftuch-Zwang geprägt. Der wachende Widerstand gegen das islamischen Hijab bedeutet ein Kampf gegen das islamische Regime, weil das islamische Hijab das Regime repräsentiert und bleibt der Kernpunkt dieses Kampfs; deshalb wird dieser 8. März in der Geschichte Irans als der Tag der Hijab- Ablehnung geschrieben.
The International Women's Day (IWD) coincides the raise of popular movement in Iran in which women have an important role against the Islamic hijab. The new movement disobeys to wear hijab and women demonstratively remove their headscarf in the public. Many women and even men joined the “Girls of Revolution Street” challenging Islamic hijab by uncovering their hair. Hijab is one of the pillars of the Islamic regime or indeed the swastika of the totalitarian Islamic regime.
Unlike many Western news organisations, the anti-regime protests of last month show that the people of Iran are determined to have a democratic and secular regime instead the one run by Mullahs. However, a collection of facts is ignored or twisted by the Western mainstream media and the political class. One may presume the Western interests are at stake not to provide the public the real facts. This Western self-service behaviour engenders more propaganda for the Islamic regime.. .
Demonstrators, especially educated youth, have had enough of the tyrannical Islamic regime and are demanding basic freedoms, work and respect. They are tired of witnessing poverty, unemployment, discrimination, public hangings, torture and executions by the government.
They are demanding a regime change.