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Name:  jr  
356admin deleteadmin edit  Wednesday August 4, 2004 - 09:48am  
interesting site
Name:  Daryoush    E-Mail:   
City:  Tehran,  Iran
355admin deleteadmin edit  Tuesday August 3, 2004 - 04:33pm  
Lets End the Arab occupation of Persian land once for all. 1385 years of Savage Arabic culture is enough.
Name:  pete fitzgerald    E-Mail:   
City:  webster, florida america
Via:  word of mouth
354admin deleteadmin edit  Friday July 30, 2004 - 07:33pm  
lets live and let live, families in iraq and afghan have very little now, lets give all peoples in the region back some sort of safty and normal life.
the aim of any good nation must people the desire to help build family life.
this is done by nations allowing freedom and outside forces (nations,ngo's,etc) accepting peoples
basic desire to be left alone, persons wish to marry,
have family and enjoy nature and all other gifts from God. Iran,Syria, and other nations are doing good in the openness towards families, i hope and pray these nations will enjoy peace for many hundeads of years, as as persians,arabs,slovic,hebrews,etc grow towards a
great future. progress is in your mist.
May Christ Jesus Bless all these lands, and all others that work towards peace.
Name:  maga man    E-Mail:   
City:  lome,  togo
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353admin deleteadmin edit  Thursday July 29, 2004 - 08:20pm  
guys iam here for good this sit is very cool
Name:  Nosrat Alashti    E-Mail:   
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352admin deleteadmin edit  Thursday July 29, 2004 - 04:50pm  
You, the Pro-SHAH activists, the left over of Saltanat-Talabs, the slave minded backward fanatics (SHAHOLLAHIs). You are the same as your religious version, the HEZBOLLAHIs.
Backward fanatics may appear in different looks, wearing ties or turbans (AMMAMMEH). Their narrow immature mind can only picture and praise a life time supreme leader and a long term dictatorship.
The foundation of all democratic governments in the world is against the life time leadership and is based on short term presidency (maximum seven or eight years) and legitimate parliament. The entire world is forming and seeking democracy and freedom, except you, the backward fanatics (VAPASGARAs). You are trying to mislead the Iranian people one more time. You don't respect Iran's history, you don't respect the Iranian people including yourself. You don't respect the Iranian revolution in 1979 and the sacrificed blood and lives to over throw the dictator, the Shah who was 100% CIA�s puppet.
In 1924, you, the monarchy sycophants, pushed and led REZA KHAN to be a SHAH not a republican president (REZA KHAN was going to build a republican government similar to the Turkish Republic, established by Mostafa Kamal Atta Turk in 1923).
In 1953, you, the Saltanat-Talabs, supported the CIA's coup against the Iranian National Hero, Dr. Mohammad Mossadegh.
In 1979, a few months after the revolution, your religious version, HEZBOLLAHIs, misled and forced the Iranian people to have another life long supreme dictator so called "Ayatollah", and established the Islamic regime, a religious copy of the monarchy system.
You wish to return another U.S. puppet and his illegitimate parliament, amended/corrupted constitution, censorship and brutal secret police force, back to Iran even if millions of Iranian people get killed. You believe in �Shah should have authorized General Gholam-Ali Oveissi to kill more people to stop the 1979 Revolution�. You try to convince people that this one won't be a brutal dictator like the SHAH and will be the head of a constitutional monarchy of the likes in Britain/Spain/or Sweden.
This one has already been living in a palace and corrupted with the money that the SHAH had plundered from Iran. This one has already been surrounded by the same sycophants who had surrounded the SHAH and used to kiss the dictator's ... hands. We had a Constitutional Revolution 1906-1911 and Constitutional Monarchy thereafter, but it was amended several times and converted to a brutal dictatorship by the Pahlavies.
All the dictators, at the beginning of their leadership, claimed to create democratic and constitutional governments. The previous kings of Iran and the recent ayatollahs, all pretended to be pure democrat, at the beginning while they had no power. Ayatollah Khomeini misled the Iranian people to believe in him as Mahatma Gandhi of the Middle East, while he was out of Iran.
You, the immature slave minded SHAHOLLAHIs and HEZBOLLAHIs, don't have the capability of thinking and planning one legitimate step towards freedom and democracy for yourself and for the Iranian people.
Shame on you ...
Name:  Iraninterlink    E-Mail:   
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351admin deleteadmin edit  Tuesday July 27, 2004 - 10:04am  
ssociation for the Support of Victims of Mojahedin-e Khalq24 July 2004.
Dear Mr Annan,
As you are no doubt aware, for some years now the Association for the Support of Victims of Mojahedin-e Khalq has made the demand that the individual members who are under the control of Massoud Rajavi�s cult and Saddam Hussein�s secret services, be subject to the scrutiny of international observers to ensure that their human rights are protected. This demand has become ever more urgent over the past few months as the Iraqi interim government has said it will expel the Mojahedin from Iraq.
You are also aware that in all correspondence with you as well as the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the UNHCR, the only obstacles to helping these individuals has been the uncertainty of their legal status in Iraq and the failure of the American forces surrounding Ashraf camp to dismantle the internal command structure of the Mojahedin-e Khalq which kept the members trapped in the cult�s power.
Organisations which could rapidly help resolve this situation have stated verbally and in writing that on one side the uncertainty of the captives� legal status and on the other side the limitations of their own mandates have prevented them from engaging in the resolution of this problem as long as the Mojahedin is operating as a group and that they do not have access to individual members without prejudice. They have suspended their active role until such a time that they are able to interview the individuals independently and freely so that they can offer appropriate help according to every individual�s circumstances.
Today we were informed with great joy that the Central Command of the Coalition Forces in Iraq has decided on the legal status of the detainees in Ashraf camp in Iraq. The announcement which was handed to the prisoners of the camp by the coalition forces accepts these individuals (about 3800 people) as prisoners of war under the terms set out by the Geneva Convention. The announcement also informs the prisoners that the office of the ICRC and the UNHCR have both been informed of this decision
Dear Mr Annan,
We, as an Association dedicated to the rescue of these individuals from the tyranny of this notorious terrorist cult, while welcoming this announcement by the Command Centre of the Coalition Forces in Iraq and the due clarification of the legal status of these detainees, would like to emphasise the following points:
1- Although the announcement of the status of these individuals as POWs is of itself official recognition and affirmation of the enemy MKO�s active involvement in fighting against the coalition forces and thereby clearly defines the MKO army as a part of Saddam�s army, we believe that the undeniable culpability for war crimes and crimes against humanity should rest with the leaders of this cult who for over two decades have committed these crimes on their own behalf as well as on behalf of Saddam Hussein. We have credible evidence that ordinary members of the Mojahedin had no information concerning the collaboration between Rajavi and Saddam, even during the fighting and the war. Indeed, some individuals were imprisoned in Ashraf camp prisons as well as Abu Ghraib prison in Baghdad because of their discovery of and refusal to be involved in the criminal activities of Rajavi and Saddam.
2- Again, thanking the Central Command of the Coalition Forces in Iraq for its latest clarification and the announcement of POW status for the prisoners of Ashraf camp, we now see the opportunity for the families, friends and independent legal and/or other representatives to visit these individuals. Any obstacle put in the way of free and unfettered access by the families, friends and family lawyers without the presence of the cult�s agents and the pressure of MKO leaders, would be considered illegal and we will pursue such cases in Iraqi and international courts.
3- The small number of these individuals who have citizenship of other countries as well as individuals who can prove some family or other connection in western countries, and also the ones who wish to release themselves from the cult, if not having committed any criminal act and not charged, should be repatriated to their county of origin immediately. Overwhelming evidence shows that the majority of these people have been under physical and psychological pressure to stay in the camp to be used as the hostages of Rajav
Name:  Grace McIntyre    E-Mail:   
350admin deleteadmin edit  Wednesday July 14, 2004 - 08:06pm  
This page is very informative and interesting although often sad and upsetting.
Name:  Asaba Owerri    E-Mail:   
City:  aba, enugu lagos
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349admin deleteadmin edit  Thursday July 8, 2004 - 12:13pm  
I love this page. It looks really nice. Keep it up
Name:  pete fitzgerald    E-Mail:   
348admin deleteadmin edit  Wednesday July 7, 2004 - 03:34am  
peoples must speak out for peace, we as americans see only one side because of our limited and controlled soviet style media. we thimk we hear all the world news when we haer only 4-8 percent of global events,
the many wars in Africa , the up-surge of peoples wanting more freedoms in China, so to be a free land.
wars in nepal and other highlands. the aweful poor condtions in many south america (US controlled)
nations, the increase in lack of drinking water because of low funds from World bank and IMF.
the world is much worse of after these wars in iraq and afghan. in short Iran must talk to nations and peoples and work towards peace. America would and most likly will aim for war with at least three more nations. however by standing for openness and Truth Persia will be helped towards peace. it is aweful and sad so many have died on all sides in iraq and Afghan,
violence is wrong, Americans are many good peoples,
we have been misdirected. so i speak for peace,
or i try, i don't know how long we will be free to speak out for peace, freedoms are droppimg of by the week, so Christ Blessings, pete fitzgerald
Name:  Sara Sefeed  
City:  NEw York, NY US
347admin deleteadmin edit  Tuesday June 22, 2004 - 05:20pm  
Hi guys,
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Name:  MN Yusuf    E-Mail:   
City:  Isb,  Pak
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346admin deleteadmin edit  Tuesday June 22, 2004 - 09:09am  
I am really astonished to see Our National Hero..Mr. AQ Khan begging pardon from the nation. I know the real dilemma. It was actually because the whole muslim nation under the control of Jews. They let the Iranians to commit that the got technology from Pak. The Technology which they were unable to operate. All muslim leaders showed thier backs towards the Jews. With sorrow, muslim nation have got poor leadership of its time. No leader was able to resist the Jew propaganda of atomic technology transfer, knowing that israel(Damned) also got this technology this way.
I humbly request my leaders to wake up and take action against the israeli(God Damned) policies.
Name:  Mark Dankof    E-Mail:   
City:  Philadelphia, PA USA
345admin deleteadmin edit  Monday May 31, 2004 - 07:02am  
I have posted information about Iran Press Service with American news web sites and Breaking All the Rules at Your new format is outstanding and makes news of Iran and the Middle East more accessible to American and Western readers interested in the subject.
Name:  ali    E-Mail:   
City:  Tehran,  Iran
344admin deleteadmin edit  Sunday May 23, 2004 - 02:54am  
America thank you for giving Afghanistan to Iran, and now Iraq. Soon you are going to be kicked out of Iraq and Iraq will be in Iran�s sphere. Thank you. Next we want Saudi Arabia. Wont you do it again for us (Iran)?
Name:  nuclear waste  
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343admin deleteadmin edit  Wednesday May 19, 2004 - 08:17pm  
compliment from italy
Name:  Royalist    E-Mail:   
342admin deleteadmin edit  Monday May 17, 2004 - 01:39pm  
Hello to the world!
Please join and leave your message for his majesty Reza Shah II !
thank you
Name:  Afshin M.  
City:  New York, NY USA
341admin deleteadmin edit  Monday May 3, 2004 - 04:53pm  
Dear Editor
"Iran will remain a thrid world country unless more effort is put into women education and equal rights for women."
Posted by
Afshin M. on May-03-04, 02:49 PM (GMT)
The more I've been travelling around the world, Africa Europe China Mongolia U.S. the more it is obvious to me that the single most effective factor for sustainable socio-spiritual and economical progress is women's education and their full participation in the countries decison making institutions.
Iran will remain a thrid world country unless as it did happend in the past for other socio-spiritual matters , Iran emerges as the opinion leader of all Muslim countries and promotes women education and equal rights. All other discussions about politics and politicians are a waste of time and will not change anything deeply in the country. Enough bloodshed, enough young people without future
Are Iranians mature enough to understand that?

I suggest to open a forum about women education and women rights.
Afshin M.
Name:  Dr. S. Davati    E-Mail:   
Via:  word of mouth
340admin deleteadmin edit  Sunday May 2, 2004 - 10:45pm  
Dear IPS Editor, Mr. Safa Haeri,
I extend to you my most sincere appreciation for ten years of good work, covering the news objectively. Ever since my introduction to the Internet and finding your site, Iran Press Service has been a great gift and tremendous source of news; And has become as much a part of my life as the morning or evening cup of coffee.
We live today in a world so complex that most of us (as readers) are unable on our own to battle the war against the one-sided, propagandistic news reportings. I appreciate the efforts of seasoned and trusted journalists such as yourself who take seriously the task of "sifting the facts from the fictions", and providing us with a collective source of news pertaining to our beloved homeland Iran .
With every good wish,
Dr. S. Davati
Name:  Arya    E-Mail:   
City:  ahvaz, khuzestan iran
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339admin deleteadmin edit  Wednesday April 28, 2004 - 02:28pm  
Name:  SDI    E-Mail:   
City:  Stockholm,  Sweden
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338admin deleteadmin edit  Monday March 29, 2004 - 03:30pm  
IPS delivers the best articles about Iran in English, wished you had a article every day though.
Students for Democracy in Iran
Name:  redaktion iran-azad    E-Mail:   
City:  HH, HH D
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337admin deleteadmin edit  Monday March 22, 2004 - 01:52pm  
Name:  Yaghoob Saffari    E-Mail:   
336admin deleteadmin edit  Sunday March 21, 2004 - 08:39pm  
As an Iranian-Muslim, I strongly support the current policy of the United States against the terrorist-producer countries including Iran. The Mullahs of Iran are the principle supporter of terrorism in Afghanistan, Iraq and around the world. We, Iranians, call for a transparent policy about Iran and ask Germany, France and Britain not to cut deals with the outlawed regime of Iran. The most recent elections in Iran proved the ruling Mullahs' vast unpopularity in Iran and left no excuse for any country to support the Islamic tyranny in Iran. Again, we are proud of Mr. Bush's Middle East policy and wish him success in the coming presidential election. We ask our dear American people to vote for him for the sake of freedom and democracy in the world. SHAME ON KHATAMI AND KHAMENEI! DOWN WITH THE CRUEL ISLAMIC REGIME OF IRAN!!
Name:  Dany    E-Mail:   
City:  Tehran, Tehran IRAN
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335admin deleteadmin edit  Saturday March 20, 2004 - 09:11pm  
Happy new year. I'm an Iranian researcher and writer.
I'm working on a humanright supporting project to unvail the procedure and policty of Iranian Islamic regime on Serial Killings against its oppositions.
Please send me any reports and articles about these catastrphic incidents. Specially I need information about Assissination of Professor Kazim Rajavi in Swiss.
Your kindly urgent assistance is appreciated.
Thanks and Regards.
Name:  Irani    E-Mail:   
334admin deleteadmin edit  Saturday March 20, 2004 - 00:12am  
I bring a part of George W. Bush speech on the anniversary of the war in Iraq that aims the corrupt Mullahs of Iran. I wish a great year for the Iranian people and a total rout and collapse for the cruel rulers of Iran. The following part is for the attention of traitor Khatami, murderer Rafsanjani and other criminal Mullahs of Iran.
" No concession will appease their hatred. No accommodation will satisfy their endless demands. Their ultimate ambitions are to control the peoples of the Middle East and to blackmail the rest of the world with weapons of mass terror...The coalition is also confronting the dangerous combination of outlaw states, terrorist groups and weapons of mass destruction."
Name:  Ahmad    E-Mail:   
333admin deleteadmin edit  Thursday March 18, 2004 - 00:23am  
Everybody knows that Khatami has been serving his holy leader, Khamenei, rather than supporting Iranian people who voted for him twice. He has accumalated a long list of lies and deception for more than 7 years and now is desperately trying to invent more lies to diminish the the impact of total rejection from Iranian people. Khatami is a criminal Mullah, who has successfully accomplished his mission for delaying the collapse of the Islamic tyranny and the fall of corrupt Mullahs who have brutalized the country for 25 years. He is nothing but a traitor who shattered the hopes of a nation and sold out tremendous deal of trust that the Iranians mistakenly placed in him.
Name:  anjam    E-Mail:   
City:  NY, NY USA
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332admin deleteadmin edit  Saturday March 13, 2004 - 06:59pm  
THe life in Iran is similar to a dark hole. Once you go to visit Iran, you might to stick into that hole for good, unless somebody somewhere manage to find you into the "hole".
Name:  Nezameddin Husseinipour    E-Mail:   
331admin deleteadmin edit  Thursday March 11, 2004 - 11:27pm  
The Islamic regime of Iran is a disgrace for Islam, humanity and Iranians. The Mullahs of Iran are planning to acquire the WMD and nuclear weapons as a bargain chip to remain in power. We ask the international community not to delude themselves and don't cut deals with the theological dictators of Iran, because we are going to replace it with a secular democratic establishment.
Name:  Nima Cheshmazar    E-Mail:   
330admin deleteadmin edit  Wednesday March 10, 2004 - 10:39pm  
It is amazing to see how the corrupt Mullahs of Iran are trying so assidously to avert another crushing humiliation on the international stage. Failing any domestic acceptance, they are desparately seeking help from their EU masters to cope with the IAEA resolution in the hope of delaying their imminent collapse. The signing of the interim constiotution of Iraq by IGC dealt another impact on the terrorist Mullahs who squandered a lot of money in Iraq to destabilize this country. They know that a democratic Iraq will put end to the theocratic dictatorship in Iran. That's why they are unable to master their temper anymore.
We call for the international community to increase pressure on the cruel rulers of Iran who are the major supporter of terrorism in the world. If you are looking for a secure world free of terrorism, JUST LISTEN TO IRANIAN PEOPLE AND SUPPORT THEM!
Name:  reza tehrany    E-Mail:   
City:  tabrize, azarbayejan iran
329admin deleteadmin edit  Wednesday March 10, 2004 - 11:30am  
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Name:  Maryam Arabshahi    E-Mail:   
328admin deleteadmin edit  Tuesday March 9, 2004 - 00:52am  
As everyone had expected, the Nobel Peace Prize winner, Shirin Ebadi, was SHUT UP on the Women's Day and could not pluck up enough courage to leave her kitchen and join the brave Iranian women who gathered at Laleh Park to celebrate their own day. This lady who must be considered a "second Khatami" has been appeasing the corrupt Mullahs since her Nobel winning. We are proud of real Iranian women who braved the cruelty and violence of the regime's merceneries, Bassijis and notorious Hezbollahis, and came into streets. Shame on Ebadi and Khatami!!
Name:  Hamid Rastegarian    E-Mail:   
327admin deleteadmin edit  Sunday March 7, 2004 - 09:39pm  
To the European Union and the court for criminal acts (located in Roma, Italy)
The high ranking Ayatollahs of the fascist Islamic regime of Iran are busy smuggling the young Iranian girls to the Persian Gulf's countries for prostitution. The involvement of ranking officials and their relatives in this inhumane trading is well-documented by the independent sources. The Mullah's agents who are working in fake relief organisations run by Khamenei's office, spot runaway girls at the bus terminals, parks and other public places and then sell them to the smugglers for being shipped to the UAE and other Persian Gulf's countries. But the president of this regime, Khatami, has no slightest shame to declare so-called "dialogue of civilisations."
WE, IRANIANS, call for an immediate inquiry about this issue and other cruelties of this regime such as, summary executions in 1980's, the massacre of thousands of political prisoners in summer 1988, forced disappearnace, torture, stoning to death, public flagging and other forms of degrading punishments.
The criminal Mullahs have degenerated the rich country of Iran into one of the poorest countries in the region and in the world over the past 25 years. Mullahs continue to finance terrorist organisations such as Hezbollah, Hamas and Alqaeda whose operations have been expanded into Iraq's territory in order to undermine the Iraqis' efforts towards a real democracy.

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