Thursday, June 21

Tuesday 23rd of 1979

Khomeini in his first interview with Iranian media addresses Iranian nation and announces that, “the path we are going to take, will be designated at Behesht-e Zahra”. The Imam of that cursed revolution did not waste a minute to express his demonic wish.

On the same day, Ramsey Clark, Former US-Attorney General was back in America giving interview about his trip to Tehran and Paris. During two week stay in Tehran, Mr. Clark spent hours and hours in meeting with the infamous William Sullivan, and not only with him, Mr. Clark also spent quality time with people such as Bazargan, Sanjabi, Bakhtiar. During those two weeks, the Democrats, apparently, had been in contact with every one in Iran, for Mr. Clark in an interview with the press declares that “99% of Iranians are supporter of Khomeini, and these are the same people who oppose the Shah”.

On the same very day, Naser-e Ghashghaei returns to Iran, and in a crowd in Shiraz—to be precise in Shah-e Cheragh--, announces that, “I swear by this holy shrine to await the arrival of Imam; in time like this the whole nation must be ready to take orders from Imam”!!!

And finally on the same day, Ali Asghar-e Sadr-e Haj Seyyed Javadi writes in an article that, “the legacy of this revolution belongs to everyone; all political parties, who were either directly or indirectly involved in the making of this legacy, will benefit from it”.



Anonymous said...

I think you are doing the right thing, by posting such notes. Sometimes I think we need to have courage and reveal what we can.

Whenever i have time, i read your blog. you guys are awesome.


Anonymous said...

This rumaging through past can bring us to a closer most desired,

keep on doing it.

Iranian blogers have a duty to say what they think is effective.