Friday, August 31, 2007

Islamic hypocrisy

I found following photo very interesting, even this Mullah wants to have photo with ladies! Where is Islam here? If somebody takes photo with ladies they will charge them and take photo as evidence!



Anniversary of Quran

They say Quran came down from Allah to Prophet Mohammad! So there is a ceremony for that. Well, I don’t want to talk about Quran now; my hands are full!



You know, Muslims usually just read Quran without getting to know what it means! Well, clergies taught them "you can't understand what it means, only we do have the knowledge and ability to understand it!" Hypocrisy doesn't stop here though, clergies say "reading Quran has a good deed from God!"


The lady on the right-midle side using Quran to cool down herself. it's useful!
By the way, I found a Ninja there, so I thought you would like to know that Ninja outfit is part of Islamic acceptable dress code. Bunch of cults!

Imam Mahdi birthday


Shiite Muslims celebrate Imam Mahdi’s birthday (hidden Imam!)
Well, I don’t know what kind of festival/party is it; just I know, its way far from than party and happiness!

They say Imam Mahdi is hidden but active in the world helping those who are needy. Why did you hide at the first place? Tell me; couldn't God save you from any danger? Seriously I am not joking, what’s wrong with you that you hide yourself?

Following pictures are taken from Jamkaran Mosque, a popular pilgrimage site for Shiite Muslims. The pilgrims come especially to drop a message into a holy well, which they hope will be received by the Imam Mahdi.


In Islam idolatry is consider infidel! So what are these guys doing? Are they praying to a building?




Even they don’t think just they do what they have taught.

Can you find someone presentable here? They are average people with average belief.


You rock! You know why? Because you have a picnic there.

How to train teens to kill for Islam

You shouldn't be here!


They are a volunteer based Iranian paramilitary force (Basiji) which is subordinate to the Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution (Sepah-e Pasdaran). These guys are teen and very young and most of the time they are attending school (Intermediate/High schools or college). In Islamic Revolutionary Guards they brainwash to Islamic teachings and they are getting ready to fight for their religion. They will learn they should spare their life for their religion and they will get reward in heaven! At the end, these guys will be next-generation of Islamic terrorists. President Ahmadinejad was one of them and he still is. They had terrors in Iran and overseas.



Some of you would say, Islam is a religion and nothing is wrong with it but honesty these teachings are destructive for humanity and I couldn’t justify it with anything else but Islam itself. Don’t you believe?! Ok. Just go ahead and read Quran for yourself then you will find out how that God (Allah) is a killer and continually punish people and kill them! Specially it punish infidels (like me :) ) so bad and it asks his follower to do so. Revolutionary Guard has a long history massacre in Iran .e.g. Forgotten Massacre of 1988 in Iran; Now they are passing their experience of violent terrors and brutal manners to youngsters.



We have to hold them accountable for their Islamic crimes and insanity then sooner or later they will respond.






You should study science!



It's not fun to take photo with arm’s explosion!





That guy in the poster killed himself like a suicider, you shouldn’t!



It's not your way, your future is not in war and Islam!

2K Intelligent Bomb

I don’t know we can count on credibility of their work or it’s just a show off to scare off western countries and particularly the State. But whatever it’s, it doesn’t make sense to spend Iranian money on warfare instead of making a good welfare or building infrastructure for the country. Isn’t it sad that one of the major oil exporters in the world is a major importer of Petrol?



In above photo, there is a picture of current Islamic Republic of Iran, Khamenei and past leader, Khomeini which it suggests leader of warlords are leading the warfare! They call above one, 2K pounds intelligent bomb!





This one suggests the Islamic Revolution's Guards (Sepah-e Pasdaran) is accelerating Imam Mahdi’s appearance (hidden Imam) with arms! It’s true because there is an idea in Islam that suggests Imam Mahdi will appear when there are corruptions and wars in the world! What a prophecy?!!

Cont. We have condemned Iran ...


Note: last night I couldn't finish the last post so I continue it here.

And about other four, there is not any news out there yet. I am looking forward to see them safe and free outside of prison and specially eager to hear their opinion about what they have been through in vicious prison - Evin.

Iranian moral police Islamic modesty propaganda


Islamic Republic of Iran after Hijab crackdown and arresting almost 500,000 women because of their immodesty!!! (Some of them were old ladies and just some part of their hair were outside of their veil). Now they’re not only arresting but also they put posters in cities to highlight negative points of uncovering body, dress and hair! Also to prove how much Islamic orders preserve you from offenders and stuff like that! Whatever!








Also there are some posters which suggest guys should stay away from fashion and describes fashion problems:

Thursday, August 30, 2007

Haleh Esfandiari: prison was so good!

She released from prison awhile ago and in an interview she said "prisoners were very nice"! I guess just they scared her to death and she can't say anything else. Remember she is still in Iran and she can’t leave the country. so we can not consider her free!






Her arrest was in the news:





In case you want to know about Haleh:

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

A Lebanese girl supporter of Hezbollah


I put following photo in MEY and asked about what’s it all about? Just look at the photo, tattoo and Islamic Hezbollah! A mixture of anything opposite, oxymoron! And I’ve got some explanations.





Also CedarPride send us another photo of her:




He said: actually this picture is over 8 months old. The girl is wearing the colors of the opposition: Orange for FPM, Green for Marada and Yellow (Hizbullah flag). It was taken during the opposition demonstrations in Beirut. I don’t find it surprising or hypocritical. The girl doesn’t necessarily have to be Christian. As surprising as this may seem, she could be Shiite. I would however understand how non-Lebanese may find all this confusing haha. One needs to know Lebanon (and the Lebanese) to understand this picture.
On December 10, 2006 it was the biggest demonstration ever witnessed in Lebanon and probably she was supporting Hezbollah.
CedarPride said: She is definitely an FPMer, because of the sign she does with her hands!

Monday, August 27, 2007

The Story of God

If you talk to any religious person they would have a definition of God or gods. Most of them share an imagination of what it is but some says it’s indescribable and out of our imagination. For religious people, it’s ultimate divine and source of life and death.

Even some non-religious people believe in God or some sort of supernatural beings. All different views about God and different form of religions and their Gods, push humankind to ask when did humans start to think about God? And why did mankind start believing God at all?

This BBC documentary will help to realize when it started. It’s a three part series analyzing the history of various gods. Professor Robert Winston travels the world talking with people ranging from Hindus, Muslims and Christians to Buddhists and atheists.

Uranium from Congo in Iran


In one of discussions in MEY, a guy who’s famous for west opposition wrote a comment and to support his comment he suggested this article Keeping "Peacekeepers" Out of Darfur. While I was reading the article I came to:

Weapons and minerals continue to flow across Congo's borders routinely, and recent news reports claim that uranium from Congo has appeared in Iran. War in
Congo continues.
It's serious issue. How and through whom uranium from Congo reached to Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI)? Who’s responsible here? We should prevent IRI to get uranium, at any price, Period.

Ticket immodest mannequins


I am sure you would eager to know what it’s all about. The Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI)’s moral police started to ticket shop owners who use immodest mannequins and suspend shops from working! Well, the question what is a modest mannequin? What’s it look like?

Even these mannequins with their long or short veils didn’t pass the modesty test! And owner shop is closed:











How about these one? Although they covered more than enough but still their necks is out there! :) funny is they can just look with one eye!

How about these? Oh, Islamic clergies would love the way their covered their head but still their cloth is too short and men can see their legs! Don’t laugh! They say women should cover their body and dress!

Sunday, August 26, 2007

Arabic Mickey Mouse Propaganda

This is what they teach to children in Muslim countries. As we know children are future and they are supposed to make a difference in the future but with destructive and arrogance studies, what would they learn and what would they provide to the world? Jihad!






The buddy who has this video in orkut says: “Television program advocating, among many things, the destruction of Israel and mocks Bush and the english language. The best part of this? It's from a character that looks exactly like Micky Mouse. Not only are children in the middle east being targetted but our copyright laws are being thrown out the window”

A Democratic Solution for Iran

On 22 August, Jahanshah Rashidian developed this article in MEY, I found it very good article so here you are, and I write my opinion about it at the end of the article, so enjoy the article:

The obvious lack of an Iranian democratic movement has permitted the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI) to further oppress Iranian citizens. A great majority of people have turned against the IRI, but are not morally and politically organised to defend themselves. Unfortunately, the worst-ever conditions of people under the IRI have not enough stimulated a serious debate among all Iranian democrats on how to form such a national movement to protect people and the future of our country against the plague of the IRI.

Although, all opposition groups are not in harmony with each other, it is however the people’s ideal that all the democratic opposition groups be united within one goal of a achieving a secular and democratic new state in Iran. However, an extensive Iranian democratic movement is still presumptuous; such a movement remains a big aspiration of all freedom-loving Iranians.

An Iranian democratic movement must be demanded, discussed, and hopefully formed by all Iranian democrats. It must be, preferably formed abroad, for the guarantee of its security and activities, by all freedom-loving people abroad. The movement will extend from outside its effective freedom-activities inside the country.

Such a movement should simply use all experiences of all peoples of the entire world in their struggles for freedom and independence. It should realistically use all tactical methods and independently receive all international assistance in order to open the way for freedom and independence in Iran. Its political platform consists of a democratically elected new state in Iran, in which all political authorities will be directly elected by people. Such a movement must be honest, open, solid and trustful to people; it cannot bargain the interests of Iranian people by involving into whims of key powers and their international agenda.

An Iranian democratic movement cannot consider our society as a lab of another Islamic or ideological experiment. Such a movement should be the fruit of Iranian people’s struggles for freedom and self-rehabilitation; it will not bow to any other symbol of submission.

An Iranian democratic movement should immediately present its programmes after the fall of the IRI, namely how to prepare the conditions for unconditional democracy, social justice, gender equality, development of national economy, rehabilitation of an Iranian identity, culture and art, negation of Islam as state religion, elimination of all religious institutions, removal of all religious aspects from education, judiciary and social life, and of course many other measures to free the country from the long plague of backwardness.

Any regime after the IRI is expected to bring all criminals of the IRI and their collaborators before an international court for their crimes against humanity. However, an democratic movement should not ignore the fact that the essence of such a process is not the individual punishment but the rehabilitation of Iranian dignity, the process should internationally announce that no Iranian woman is half that of a man that no Iranian can be punished for his political or religious belief that no dungeons, torture, and political prison can be anymore tolerated that no amputation, stoning, lashing, or human humiliation will ever be permitted. By condemning the current political system of medieval belief, such a process will mainly symbolise a return of our country to the civilised world and a lesson to our history.

The US are traditionally more interested in the economic gains and do not seem to realise that political Islam threatens the whole international community. The West still ignores that their barrels of Iranian oil cost many lives in the hands of Islamists’ squad deaths. Despite the US rhetoric of regime change, their policies towards the IRI can be reduced to some reforms within the regime. An Iranian democratic movement should not rely on them or any other foreign agenda.

The US policy towards the IRI is not based on the facts that the IRI is “trampling democracy and human rights”, supporting terrorism, stirring sectarian conflicts in Iraq” and etc, all these accusations are true of Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and many other allies of the US. So, all evidence points that the West defends their interests in any price. They have already found compromises with any totalitarian regime in the past. For the matter of fact, if today the bellicose IRI refuses to enrich uranium for its nuclear programme, in such a case for the US, this “regime change” will not be necessary. The US will look for the strategy of their regional agenda, with or without the IRI.

In the highest probability, their “regime change” for the US can mean a takeover of another IRI’s faction. They may have or may find new allies within the IRI for such a change à la military coups of Muslim generals in Pakistan, or an Iraqi model of a Shiite-based government.

This “regime change” does not automatically share the same interests with Iranians; a “regime change” for the West, can be in its ideal level, a government change, but on the contrary for the Iranian interests and consequently for an Iranian democratic movement means a change of system, a reject of the momentous IRI entirely. What practically concerns an Iranian democratic movement; the present conflicts of the West with the IRI can be intelligently and tactically used but not strategically followed because Iranians want only a new democratic and secular regime without any bargain.

In some critical conditions, and under pressure of a chain of crises, the ruling IRI can be divided into several cliques and factions. The ruling apparatus may even seek for handles with inner or outer interlocutors. A democratic movement should avoid fulfilling any tactical solutions of the IRI.

The fact that a nuclear Iranian regime will have greater bargaining power to use as a lever to intensify its dictatorship must be recognised; therefore an Iranian democratic movement should take part in any international campaign against the IRI’s nuclear ambitions. However, it should not be forgotten that the greatest danger is not the regime’s nuclear programme but its existence itself. While the world can easily confront direct military threats of the IRI, Iranians cannot easily defend themselves against the threats of the IRI’s atrocities. Therefore, an Iranian democratic movement, beside of condemning the jihadi strategy of IRI’s nuclear programme, should always put the priority on the question of defending the basic rights of people against IRI’s atrocities.

The nuclear conflict is intentionally propagated by the IRI to mask its totalitarian characters from the centre of dialogue; it is a chance for the regime to associate its parasitic existence with the right of having a nuclear programme for the nation. Honestly considered, the IRI cannot legally be forced to give up the right of nuclear programme; the country is expressly allowed as a signatory to the Non-Proliferation Treaty. This also included enrichment of uranium. So, it is unfair to reduce the whole controversial legitimacy of the IRI to one single problem of atom. While in the nuclear dispute, both the IRI and the US are adding fuel to the flames and making all nonsense of assertions to attempt a dangerous escalation of conflict, for Iranians the problem is the existence of the IRI itself with or without this conflict. Therefore, an Iranian democratic movement must highlight the question of legitimacy of the IRI on any occasion.

The IRI is a totalitarian regime with dangerous jihadi capacity, nuclear technology in the hands of Islamists means a new weapon for jihadis. Therefore from this point of view, no stone must be left unturned in the international attempt to prevent a nuclear arsenal from being built by the IRI. Nevertheless, there are no military solutions, an attack on Iran, to the problem. Economic sanctions, too, are highly immoral and counterproductive and even develop the current Mullahs’ mafia in Iran.

The IRI must be internationally isolated, all diplomatic, cultural and sport contacts must be suspended. All foreign accounts of IRI’s officials must be frozen. Their mafia activities in the Persian Gulf and around Iran must be internationally under controlled. International mandates must be issued against IRI’s officials for their crimes against humanity. There are many other sanctions that can be proposed on IRI’s officials, but neither military nor economic sanctions must be accepted by an Iranian democratic movement.

An Iranian democratic movement, after its formation, must propose the UN and the Council of Europe to approve a resolution, which puts the IRI and the political Islam on an equal status of fascist, racist, misogynous and criminal organisation. Such a resolution is not either beyond the legal competency of these organisations nor the judicial facts. This is an active contribution to elaborating a charter of principles for an IRI’s isolation. Meanwhile such an Iranian democratic movement must try to represent Iranian people in the UN as the only legitimate representation of Iranian people.

The formation of an Iranian democratic movement is a necessary and immediate demand of all freedom-loving Iranians around the world. Although, a common platform acceptable to all opposition groups is practically difficult, but at least such a movement must respond to the following four major aspirations of most Iranian people:

-Organising and leading Iranian people’s struggles to sweep away the IRI and all its Islamic relics, institutions, and suppressive organs.

-Forming a temporary government to organise a constitutional assembly for a new constitution. The new constitution is only legal when it is approved by the majority of people in a referendum supervised by the international inspectors.

-Preparing the conditions as short as possible for a democratically elected parliament and government based on the right that people can elect and dismiss all key authorities.

- Transferring the power to the hands of that new government without monopolising or influencing the political apparatus.

Thanks to Jahanshah for this insightful article here is my minor disagreement: Although there is no military solution works but the thing is; we should stop Islamic militants and Para-militants by some strategic attacks which it makes room for people to come outside and asks for their freedom. While militants are getting support by their headquarters to kill people without mercy, people would not feel confident to ask for their rights.


Update on August 27, 2007:
On a second thought, your article seems too idealistic. I mean, seriously, just think about it, most countries are ready to get Petrol or anything cheaper and just don't stay silent and don’t bother themselves about people in Iran.

Also majority of people are still religious and they would bend over to any form of religious thought. They have no clue about their right and democratic environment. They are looking for Mahdi that brings peace on earth; instead of taking responsibility.

Their most precious value is being a God fear person! I think so as long as religion is in style in Iran, unfortunately people leave their responsibility to God! And they do have this ability to bend over to any form of religious government.

Friday, August 24, 2007

Terrorism and Islam - Wafa Sultan


I think so it’s one of a kind debates between who critics Islam and an Islam believer. Islamist Sheikh instead of replying to questions tries to retaliate with common non-related attacks which Ms. Wafa Sultan replies very well. In following you can find some lines of the clip and enjoy the clip.






Wafa Sultan: "Why does a young Muslim man, in the prime of life, with a full life ahead, go and blow himself up? How and why does he blow himself up in a bus full of innocent passengers?

"In our countries, religion is the sole source of education, and is the only spring from which that terrorist drank until his thirst was quenched. He was not born a terrorist, and did not become a terrorist overnight. Islamic teachings played a role in weaving his ideological fabric, thread by thread, and did not allow other sources - I am referring to scientific sources - to play a role. It was these teachings that distorted this terrorist and killed his humanity. It was not [the terrorist] who distorted the religious teachings and misunderstood them, as some ignorant people claim.

"When you recite to a child still in his early years the verse 'They will be killed or crucified, or have their hands and feet on alternate sides cut off,' - regardless of this verse's interpretation, and regardless of the reasons it was conveyed or its time - you have made the first step towards creating a great terrorist..."

Bin Muhammad: "The guest from America asked how a young man could blow up a bus. If only she had asked how a president could blow up a peaceful nation in Iraq. How does a president help the arch-killer of occupied Palestine? Why doesn't she ask where Hitler was brought up - Hitler, who murdered 50 million innocent people? Why doesn't she ask where the people who dropped two atom bombs on Japan were educated? Who killed three million innocent Vietnamese? Who annihilated the Indians? Who has maintained imperialism to this day? Who waged the Spanish civil war, which exacted a toll of 600,000 in 36 months? Why don't we ask these questions? Who has over 15,000 nuclear warheads - Muslims or the non-Muslims? The Muslims or the Americans? The Muslims or the Europeans? We want an answer. Where was Bush educated - if education is really what makes a person a criminal?..."

Wafa Sultan: "Murder is terrorism regardless of time or place, but when it is committed as a decree from Allah, this is another matter..."

"The Crusader wars about which the professor is talking - these wars came after the Islamic religious teachings, and as a response to these teachings. This is the law of action and reaction. The Islamic religious teachings have incited to the rejection of the other, to the denial of the other, and to the killing of the other. Have they not incited to the killing of Jews and Christians? If we had heard that a tribe in a distant corner of China has a holy book and religious teachings calling to kill Muslims - would the Muslims stand idly by in the face of such teachings?

"The Crusader wars came after these Islamic religious teachings. When these Islamic teachings were delivered, America did not exist on the face of the earth, nor was Israel in Palestine...

...

How to predict to the future

Ray Kurzweil, One of the Most Successeful ... all » Inventors of All Time Ray Kurzweil is an inventor, entrepreneur, author, and futurist. Called “the restless genius” by the Wall Street Journal and “the ultimate thinking machine” by Forbes, Kurzweil’s ideas on the future have been touted by his many fans, ranging from Bill Gates to Bill Clinton. MIT’s Marvin Minsky writes that “with his brilliant descriptions of the coming connections of computers with immortality, Kurzweil clearly takes his place as a leading futurist of our time.” George Gilder writes that “Kurzweil’s ideas make all other roads to the computer future look like goat paths in Patagonia.” Sun Microsystems Chief Scientist Bill Joy, whose own discussions of the promise and peril of technology have attracted worldwide attention, writes in his now famous Wired magazine cover story that “I can date the onset of my unease to the day I met Ray Kurzweil, the deservedly famous inventor of the first reading machine for the blind and many other amazing things.” Stevie Wonder writes “Ray’s technology and ideas have truly been among the sunshines of my life. Kurzweil’s writings are a wonderful riff on the next century from a keen seer, a great inventor, and a good friend.” Kurzweil’s most recent national best-selling book, The Age of Spiritual Machines (Viking), has received widespread acclaim. It has achieved the #1 status on Amazon in the categories of both science and artificial intelligence and has been published in nine languages. The New York Times writes, “Kurzweil’s latest book ranges widely over such juicy topics as entropy, chaos, the big bang, quantum theory, DNA computers, quantum computers, Godel’s theorem, neural nets, genetic algorithms, nanoengineering, the Turing test, brain scanning, the slowness of neurons, chess playing programs, the Internet – the whole world of information technology past, present, and future. Kurzweil’s writings are for anyone who wonders where human technology is going next.” Wired magazine writes, “Ray Kurzweil has a knack for spotting the next new thing. He has been charging into the future for nearly 40 years.

Please watch Ray Kurzweil speech


Thursday, August 23, 2007

Religion is bullshit.

Seriously is one of the best clips that I've ever seen about religion:





Wednesday, August 22, 2007

God Warriors

CNN's Christiane Amanpour examines the effects of Judaism, Islam and Christianity as a powerful political force around the world in documentary video.

Here is the story highlight:

Study: Majority of American Muslims worried hijabs could lead to discrimination
American Muslim says wearing headscarf is "God's wish"
Egyptian: "I do believe in modesty and you shouldn't be showing off yourself"

I leave it you to have sneak peak on series of video clips and think about it. As far as I watched, it supports my article,
Religion is the enemy of civilization. Also it shows religious people in different positions with their prejudice and stupidity which comes from religion, can burn everything and everyone.

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

A note about Ahl al-Bayt World Assembly Conference



Ahl al-Bayt World Assembly is an Islamic NGO which they got their name from following quote of Quran:

“Surely, Allah desires to keep away uncleanness from you, the Ahl-ul-Bayt, and to purify you a (thorough) purifying.” (Surah Al-Ahzab: Verse 33)

And they answer why they chose the name:

The reason for selecting “the Ahl-ul-Bayt (A.S.)” [the Infallible Household of the Holy Prophet of Islam (s.a.)] as the pivot of the activities has been due to the fact that besides the Holy Quran, the distinguished members of the Ahl-ul-Bayt (a.s.) constitute a holy focal point in the Islamic culture, which is accepted unanimously by all Muslims.

And this world assembly intorduce itself:

Today, there is a tangible necessity for modern foundations, which could prepare the grounds for exchange of views and thoughts, and introduce the common heritage of Muslim communities, including that of the followers of the Ahl-ul-Bayt (A.S.), to the world.

Such foundations could establish intellectual relations and collaborations with other organizations in the Islamic world to solve their cultural, social, and other problems; and make efforts to reinforce the solidarity among Islamic communities. They can also confront the socio-cultural conspiracies of enemies of the holy Quran and Islam by taking advantage of Islamic and Quranic records and exploiting rich resources of Islamic teachings.

History has proved that the followers of the Ahl-ul-Bayt (a.s.) have continuously had the honor of defending Islam and Muslims, and have made the most sacrifice and devotion in this way.

Evidently, under present conditions of the world, it would not be so easy to achieve a perfect and desirable success in fulfilling the abovementioned responsibilities. Rather, it requires consultation and cooperation. Based on this fact, the Ahl-ul-Bayt (A.S.) World Assembly was founded as a global and nongovernmental organization (NGO) by a group of brilliant figures of Islamic world.
Well, these guys gathered from all over the world to attend to this conference yesterday. A brilliant photographer took some pictures which is really funny for this conference. It seems these so-called distinguished members of brilliant figures of Islamic world are just get bored and fall asleep. What was wrong with them? or the whole subject was boring?


Is this group nap or just an Islamic NGO meeting?

What is he doing? This famous brilliant figure of Islamic world which is known for Iranian people are looking for camera:

This is another distinguished members of brilliant figures of Islamic world instead of listening, he’s taking pictures:


What did they accomplish so far was just having some meetings and wasting petrol money on inviting people over and let them enjoy their nap and get relax.

a PM checks ladies out in Islamic Parliament


It's the Islamic Republic of Iran and he's a PM in Parliament instead of working on laws to make life better for Iranians, he's checking ladies out.





A little girl between men during Islamic pray





It is a nice shot, isn't it?



A friend of mine told me they ask some parents to teach their children to act like this, thus photograpers could have some shots! It really makes sense while they arrest little girls because of their hair is out of their veil, and they consider it anti-Islamic, I don't get this one!

Monday, August 20, 2007

Quran, Jew and Pagans



In a A Weblog About Everything and Nothing! it is an article I Thank God for the Suffering! whom Lord the blogger asked my opinion about his article.

In his article he discovers The Table, The Table Spread sureh in Quran (5:82), Allah says:

"Strongest among men in enmity to the believers wilt thou find the Jews and Pagans; and nearest among them in love to the believers wilt thou find those who say, "We are Christians": because amongst these are men devoted to learning and men who have renounced the world, and they are not arrogant."

Then he wisely asks:

I couldn’t have believed when I read it for the first time, so I read three different translations in Persian and two in English! That was right and my eyes finally accepted these sentences! Does God really wants Muslims against the Jews? Isn't this ideology that today makes us suffer? God, the ideologist of Crusades and Arabs-Israel wars?
And he wanted to know is the Quran itself is enough or do we need experts like clergies to understand meaning of Quran. My answer is (excerpt from here); for reading and understanding Quran, you don’t need anything else but Quran itself, the answer lies in Quran.

1) The Quran is totally sufficient for the genuine believer for the following reasons:

1.1) The Quran is not in need of an annex since it is complete:

“The word of your Lord is complete in truth and justice” 6:115

1.2) The Quran is not in need of an explanatory supplement since it is clear and is not ambiguous:

“A.L.R. These are the signs of the clear book” 12:1

“We have made it (the Quran) easy to understand and in your own tongue (language) may you take heed.” 44:58

1.3) The Quran is not in need of a correction manual since it is perfect and there're no contradictions in it:

“A.L.R. This is a book whose verses have been perfected” 11:1

1.4) The Quran is not in need of a step by step guide since it is fully detailed:

“Shall I seek other than God as a source of law, when He has revealed to you this book fully detailed?” 6:114

2) And the Quran commands all Muslims to follow the Quran Alone, this command is found in numerous verses, the following are examples:

“These are God’s revelations that We recite to you truthfully. In which Hadith other than God and His revelations do they believe?” 45:6

“Shall I seek other than God as a source of law, when He has revealed to you this book fully detailed?” 6:114

3) And the Quran confirms that the only duty of Muhammad is to deliver God’s message, and not to teach any other teachings:

“The only duty of the messenger is to deliver God’s message” 5:99 (also in 5:92, 16:35, 16:82, 24:54, 29:18, 42:48, 64:12)

4) The Quran also confirms that Muhammad was commanded not to teach any other teachings, otherwise he would incur severe punishment from God:

“It (the Quran) is a revelation from the Lord of the universe. Had he (Muhammad) uttered any other teachings, We would have grabbed him by the right, and We would have severed his Wateen (Major artery of the heart), none of you could have helped him.” 69:43-47

5) Muhammad was made to swear that the only revelation he received from God was the Quran. The following verse confirms that all what is known as (Hadith Qodsy) are lies that the prophet is innocent of:

“Say (O Muhammad) what is of the greatest testimony? Say: God is the witness between me and you, and this Quran has been inspired to me, that I may warn you and whomever it reaches” 6:19

Well, Quran refers to Jews as enemy, hence it could be the main reason that Mr. Ahmadinejad asked for wiping Israel off the map. Also Arabs share same mentality during whole Israel-Palestine war.

Sunday, August 19, 2007

Iran - Jordan female soccer game and Islamists hypocrisy



Note: Sorry that I change title of this post on Aug, 21 2007 because it's much relevant to the content.



Following is a concise part of Iran Jordan female soccer game in mainstream media



Iran's women national soccer team has defeated Jordan's women team 3-2 in a friendly game in Ararat Stadium in Tehran on Sunday. More than 200 spectators watched the game and encouraged the Iranian team. The players of both sides had full Islamic Hijab.




But what they forget to mention was Jordanian's head coach, he was the only man who watched the game. Sure, he should too. Oh! Wait a minute! So what happened to Islam? Although all players had their Hijab and no man could attend to watch their game, did Islamic law just have compassionate toward head coach and let them stay in field? And the rule of Islam isn’t applying to head coach? Still the rules apply to average men which they shouldn’t watch women (specially while they playing :))?



Is it Islam hypocrisy or Islam get moderate for some people times to times?






Saturday, August 18, 2007

Teaching hatred to children through religion and media


This video clip talks for itself just check it out. Unfortunately they celebrate death more than life! Death is ultimate education in Islam.






The Journalist Day in Iran




I saw some pictures of The Journalist Day in Iran which it forced me to write something about it.

After arresting almost every journalist who has written anything that the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI) didn’t like, and shutting down two daily newspapers, a political monthly paper, and censoring a News agency in the net; you wouldn’t expect to see any journalist in The Journalist Day conference. What a day for journalist in IRI?!

IRI accused Shargh daily of advocating for homosexuality and immorality just because they had an interview with a Canadian resident, Ms. Ghahraman who argues against locking writers into gender expectations that are particularly confining for women in traditional societies but IRI officials suggest she is a homosexual!

I am not sure what she is and it’s not my business or anybody else, just because she published series of poetry books and short fiction which she’s describing female physiology and sexuality, it doesn’t give authorities in Islamic republic of Iran any right to associate her opinions on any topic to homosexuality. It’s unbelievable and inconvenience specially for their unemployed journalists and people who government ripped off their right to read a little bit other side of story instead of their Islamic government stories. Anyway they just wanted to shutdown this daily newspaper too.

So journalists can’t write anymore why would they want to attend to The Journalist Day conference? Here are a picture from that day and empty seats.


Thursday, August 16, 2007

Islam - Wahabism - is spreading a message of hatred

An undercover investigation into the influence of Saudi Arabian religious extremism throughout the UK. Irony is Saudi Arabia is ally of the US and UK! Duh! For sure, these people are supported by Saudi Arabia. Well, that’s it, they developed Bin laden and now terrorists in UK. Remember these people are part of chaos and terrorism in Iraq too.

If you really want to know real Islam, please just spend a little time of yours and watch for yourself. They are preaching Islam as it is; a real Islam. Whether you like it or not!

Here is the video.

Torture in the Islamic Republic of Iran


Most Muslims believe that they are innocent specially if they’re from Islamic governments! and nothing bad comes out of Islam. From what I know, I am sure clergies and people who torture opponents or infidels in Iran, they are extremely Muslims and they believe in it. And whatever they do is based on Islam.

For example in Quran, Repentance and Dispensation verses(123), Allah says:

“O ye who believe! fight the unbelievers who gird you about, and let them find firmness in you: and know that Allah is with those who fear Him.”

Holy crap! What a destroyer Allah is! Just it’s a piece of garbage in the name God they give to people. I think so Satanic Verses is the best name for it! Thanks to Salman Rushdie though.





The following one is tortured body of a young kurdish iranian man whiche is returned to his Family. It's very graphic!





Also in Iran families should pay for the bullets, chemicals, and expenses of the interrogations to IRI government.

Tom & Jerry is a Jewish Conspiracy

I saw this video clip on youtube which it makes me sick to see how an Islamist so-called scholar, is proving that Mice in Tom & Jerry is symbol for Jewish people! And how a Jewish conspiracy tries to improve the image of mice because Jews were called "Dirty Mice" in Europe.

In the title of video, they called it Iranian Scholar! I should say I can’t argue he’s an Iranian but he’s extreme Islamist at the first place. Trust me we do have lots of knowledgeable scholars and we are not anti-Semitism!






English subtitle

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Miracles Of Allah - Islamic Superstition


LOL! Well, Superstition is just better word for this nonsense. I send my gratitude to people who gathered this Islamic nonsense in the form of a video clip! Now it is much easier to show basis of your belief.





Arabs and Mullahs Reaction to 9/11


Well, I don't want to write about this topic just leave you with Islamist conspiracy theories. Seriously The US should go after Saudi Arabia not just Bin laden. He’s just a coward and a total representation of Islamic belief. what is important to know is about, people who are support him and his terror. We shouldn't forget past if we want to create a safe future and deal with Islamic ideology carefully.

Video clip comes in two parts:






Part 1






Part 2

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

You can spit on freedom!


Just it takes some extraordinary people like Ms. Ayaan Hirsi Ali who really gave a thought to what she believed before (Islam) and now criticizes it logically, articulately and knowledgeably.

In following interview, Ms. Ayaan Hirsi Ali says:

"I don't find myself in the same luxury as you. You grew up in freedom, and you can spit on freedom, because you don't know what it is not to have freedom. I haven't. I know there are many things wrong with America, and I know that there are many things wrong with Americans, but I still believe it's the best nation in the world."





I admire her thoughts and I give her my best gratitude.

Offensive Islamic execution

Last night, I saw following video in a website. I should say it’s very offensive and I didn’t find any description but it’s Islamic. I guess it should be in Iraq.

Executors praise God ("Allah Akbar" is meaning "God is Great") while they kill people one by one! This stupid God is the same God in Quran that suggests kill infidels and opponents. The question is still many Muslims believe in Quran?! and I am sure most of them even didn't read it!

Beware that this video is very offensive. Video clip

I should add God is not great at all.

Islamic Republic of Iran police shot a young woman


I have no news about it just this clip. As soon as I get new info, I’ll update here.






Monday, August 13, 2007

Poverty and social class distinctions in Iran





I found this cartoon on the net; it almost shows social class distinctions and poverty very well in Iran. Just I don't know how somebody can draw class distinctions between clergies and average people in Iran?! That one is needed.

Drunk police in Iran

Do you want a bottle? are you kidding? look at the cop!




Some of my friends whom never ever been in Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI), think they can't find liquors and beers in Iran. well, I told them you can find almost everything in Iran for a high price, though there is a limitation in brands!

We supposed not to drink alcoholic ones because of Islamic laws which not only scare people not to drink but also there is flog (lash) sentence for who drinks! The thing is I find my fellow Iranian friends and colleagues are much greedy to find a bottle or beer in Iran than the time they are spending in overseas. Just because there is restrict and people have no freedom to choose, so they will go after it with much enthusiasm! This is the mental thing.

Times to times, police seize liquors from private parties and just you don’t want to imagine what would happen to people there! Let’s talk about liquors! Then police will take some for themselves and shows off leftovers and destroy them!

Just look at following pictures and tell me, aren't these cops drunk?