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November 19, 2013

10-year prison sentence for “not cooperation with mullah’s regime” in atomic program

Omid Kokabee

Omid Kokabee, a young Iranian scientist and postdoctoral student at the University of Texas has been given a 10-year prison sentence for “communicating with a hostile government” and “illegitimate/illegal earning”. This charge is just a cover to hide that he had no interest to cooperate with regime in atomic program. This is the truth that he told to his family and his friends in prison.

He has been in prison since year 2000.


August 12, 2013

Share of night theft in Tehran:

Concession for foundation of a university, plus membership in the assembly of assessment for regime’s interest.

Mahmoud univercity

At the last meeting of Cultural Revolution high Council in Tehran on August 6, 2013, concession for foundation of a university was given to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad; who has brought Iran to political and economic bankruptcy in the last 8 years!
It is not a joke. He is going now to drag the root of science out of Iran’s ground. All who used to copy others work and paste into their thesis to get doctorates can now take a phone to Mahmoud and get it from his university.

This is not all.

Ali Khamenei supreme leader of Islamic republic has given him the membership in the assembly of assessment for regime’s interest the day after, on August 7, 2013.

With these, Ahmadinejad has received his share from the night theft of votes that was arranged by leadership and revolutions guard at the night of June 13, during the election in 2008. >

July 3, 2013

Egypt & Turkey a scene for encounter of secularism and religion

What we see in Egypt today, is a result of Arab spring. It’s not far from what takes place in Turkey, because in both countries, there is secularism that standing against religion, something that happened more than one Century ago in Europe.

It looks like that Islam has a tendency to take over all Pillars in the communities and occupy every important position. In all countries where Islam took over power, it worked against itself; In Iran, Egypt, Tunis, Libya and Turkey.

In Syria looks the situation something else. We know that Alawis, a minority in Syria have the government in Syria, but there are different forces those fighting for or against Assad regime.

There are more Islamic branches that fighting against each other in Syria. Like the Salafi methodology; which is a movement among Sunni Muslims, tries to be the only Representative of Syrian population. Jabhat al-Nusra, the biggest jihadist group in Syria; which is an Al Qaeda associate operating. They have claimed responsibility for 57 out of 70 similar attacks through April 2013. They have established sharia court in their own area.

But many of the most effective armed groups are fighting under the Free Syrian Army's banner.
On the other side Hezbollah operating with revolution guard of Mullahs regime in Iran for Assad regime. The Shabiha are also unofficial pro-government militias drawn largely from Assad's Alawite minority group.

Political groups in Syria:
Syrian National Coalition, a coalition of anti-government groups, based in Turkey. The National Council seeks the end of Bashar al-Assad's rule and the establishment of a modern, civil, democratic state. SNC has links to the Free Syrian Army.

The National Coordination Committee for Democratic Change (NCC) is a Syrian bloc consisting of 13 left-wing political parties, among which is the Kurdish PYD. The NCC has a left-leaning political profile.

The difference between Syria and other Arab countries is perhaps sectarianism that suffers Syria.

July 1, 2013

The most democratic Muslim country failed

Turkeys Prime Min of the most democratic Muslim country failed to be democrat.

Since Recep Tayyeb Erdogan took office in Turkey, it sounded that moderate interpretation of Islam could join democracy, but what happen in Turkey in the last two weeks, showed us something else.

It is partly due to the abuse of power generally; which becomes centralized sometimes in the hand of a person like Chavez, representative for left front in Brazil, other times at Erdogan representative of a moderate Islam in Turkey with a wish to Islamizing the country.

The power getting sometimes blocked of dictators, they could have an extreme Shia interpretation of Islam mixed with Social pressure and terror such as we have seen in the last three decade in Iran. In other front, another interpretation of Shia-Islam how called them-self Alawis, has blocked the power in Syria with a secular view.

The question is; how long takes time until people in the Muslim countries understand that religion is a private case not a political system to Governance.

The power getting Corrupt, even if it be centralized in the hand of God!


April 27, 2013

A Citation from Prophet Muhammad on a panel outside a hospital in Tehran:

A woman who uses perfume when she goes out, the angels curse her until she come back home. [!]

Muhammads Citation


Her eyes

At night
When I was wandering through lane by lane of my thought
the noise of a known walking, waved in my ears
The light; which was shining from the moon
had caste the shadow of the loneliness
on my vision
and the steps disappeared in that shadow...

When she came to the head of the kindness lane
she turned the head
and it was just her eyes;
which was shining
In that darkness

Behind that flash
deep in her eyes,
sadness?
no, it wasn’t sadness
I saw the tiredness

Mahyar Faravardeh
2006




The red Sapphire, published September 2011 The red Sapphire

The Third Generation, published Spring 2011The Third Generation


Mahyar Faravardeh is a member of 
The Norwegian writers association, "Den Norske Forfatterforening


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