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Iranian Dissident: Dear Israeli Brothers and Sisters – Help Us!

Posted by Glezele Vayne on June 25, 2009


by Nissan Ratzlav-Katz

(IsraelNN.com) Iranian anti-regime activists are hoping for an Israeli technological hand to help them fight the Islamic Republic. As of now, hundreds of protesters have been killed by the regime, which is evidently using Arabic-speaking armed thugs from Hizbullah to help perpetrate the violence.

“Dear Israeli Brothers and Sisters,” writes Iranian dissident Arash Irandoost, “Iran needs your help more than ever now. And we will be eternally grateful. Please help opposition television and radio stations which are blocked and being jammed by the Islamic Republic (Nokia and Siemens) resume broadcast to Iran. There is a total media blackout and Iranians inside Iran for the most part are not aware of their brave brothers and sisters fighting and losing their lives daily. And the unjust treatment and brutal massacre of the brave Iranians in the hands of the mullah’s paid terrorist Hamas and Hizbullah gangs are not seen by the majority of the Iranians. Please help in any way you can to allow these stations resume broadcasting to Iran.

And, please remember that we will remember, as you have remembered Cyrus the Great’s treatment of you in your time of need,” Irandoost concludes, signing his blogged call for help “Your Iranian Brothers and Sisters!”

In an interview with Israel National News, Iranian expatriate pro-democracy activist Amil Imani said that Irandoost’s message represents the sentiments of much of the youth in the streets in Iran. They have a strong belief in the technological know-how of the Israelis to overcome the Iranian regime’s attempts to block communications.

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Posted by Glezele Vayne on June 24, 2009


From Schmoozing with Elya & Ellie Katz

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Reza Pahlavi Speaks About Events in Iran

Posted by Glezele Vayne on June 22, 2009


In your eye Jimmy Carter.

From Schmoozing with Elya & Ellie Katz

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Twittering on the Mullahs

Posted by Glezele Vayne on June 21, 2009


Hat tip: TwitPics

Cartoon by John Cole

Twitter Craps on Ahmadinejad & Company

Twitter Craps on Ahmadinejad & Company

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Plan to use a huge bomb blast to divert attention from the electoral coup

Posted by Glezele Vayne on June 19, 2009


From Tehran Broadcast

translated by sherry | source: Harf-e Hesab (blog) originally published on June 18

People’s presence on the streets has surprised the coup leaders. To finish the coup they need to turn things violent and heavily crackdown on protests. But their efforts at this have so far been frustrated by people’s silent presence in the rallies [reference to silent pro-Mousavi rallies]. So in order to divert public opinion and to silence the dissenters and the protesters, they need an incident on the “national security” scale. It seems like it would be ideal if this happens during the leader’s presence in the Friday prayers (on June 20th). In that case, the debate over the electoral coup will be marginalized and the protesters, whether arrested or not, will be labeled traitors and subverters. This would provide the pretext for a very bloody crackdown. This would mean burying the people’s demands and efforts, and wasting the blood of the freedom’s martyrs. This plan should be widely publicized — even if the rumors about it are not a hundred percent reliable — as public knowledge of it can neutralize it.

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Yup. Penguins Now Fly in Iran.

Posted by Glezele Vayne on June 18, 2009


From Twitter @ http://twitter.com/Persian_Guy:

“RT @jimsciuttoABC Tehran’s upper class leading protests, the majority of the population suffers by the chaos from vocal minority #iran #gr88″

Only an elite minority are protesting in Iran. Damn big minority.

For more really funny conspiracy theories:

Iranian students are spammers from Israel?! Er, no.

From Schmoozing with Elya & Ellie Katz

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Anonymous Forum for Iranians

Posted by Glezele Vayne on June 17, 2009


Warning: Graphic Images

Photos of Iranian Victims of Government Oppression

Visit and encourage the Iranian people to continue fighting for their freedom? Wonder why freedom is so important? Well, if you haven’t read enough history books to educate you as to what happens without it, then I suggest watching “The Patriot” and “Braveheart” for a crash course.

Why We Protest

No one is going to help the Iranians. In fact, there is strong reason to believe the eleven million strong Revolutionary Guard is receiving supplemental assistance from Lebanon, as there is a reluctance on the part of Iranians to kill other Iranians. But we can give them spiritual and emotional support by posting at the site above, and by tweeting.

A couple of good links for tweeting:

Change for Iran

Stop Ahmadi

They appreciate our support in defense of their freedoms. In the days, months, and years to come, we may need them to return the favor.

From Schmoozing with Elya & Ellie Katz

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