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Ahmad & 175 Nobels

175 Nobel Laureates have written to the Ambassador to the Mission of Iran to the United Nations making a plea for the release of Dr. Ahmadreza Djalali, a Disaster and Emergency Medicine physician.  Dr. Djalali is an Iranian living in Sweden with his wife and family and was arrested, charged and sentenced to death accused of “collaborating with a hostile government.”  Dr. Djalali has denied these charges.




Iranian shot dead in Holland

Ahmad Mola Nissi was reportedly shot dead in The Hague last night.

He is reported to have been one of the leaders of the armed cessationist “Al Ahwazi” group fighting to “liberate” Iranian Khuzestan, Bushehr, Hormozgan and islands in the Persian Gulf.

Soheil wins

The names of the winners of the 2017 Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and TV5MONDE Press Freedom Prize were unveiled at a ceremony held this evening in Strasbourg as part of the World Forum for Democracy in partnership with the City of Strasbourg.

From a list of 18 nominees, the jury awarded this year’s prize to Polish investigativereporter Tomasz Piatek in the “journalist” category, Turkish web TV Medyascopein the “media” category, and imprisoned Iranian photographer Soheil Arabi in the“citizen-journalist” category.

“Citizen-journalist” category laureate Soheil Arabi is a Tehran-based photographer who was has been imprisoned since December 2013. After his arrest, he was mistreated and subjected to solitary confinement for two months to force him to confess to involvement in creating a Facebook network that “blasphemed” Islam and criticized the government. A long judicial saga ensued in which he was initially sentenced him to three years inprison, 30 lashes and a heavy fine. A few months later, he was retried and sentenced to death, but the death sentence was eventually overturned and in September 2015 he was sentenced to seven and a half years in prison. In July of this year, his wife was arrested and was held for eight days, and she is still being subjected to threatsand harassment. Soheil Arabi began a hunger strike at the end of August.


Captivity of Joy

Following a massive wave of arrests and increasing pressure on the Baha’is of Iran, another Baha’i citizen has been arrested in Birjand.

Shadi Abedi, a 26-year-old Baha’i citizen residing in Birjand in Southern Khorasan, was arrested by Agents of the Ministry of Intelligence.  So far, the reason for her arrest and where she has been transferred has not been communicated to her family.

This one of several arrests of Baha’is during the two-day period where the Baha’is of Iran, as well as the world, are celebrating Baha’i Holy Days. Security guards in Kermanshah and Rasht arrested ten other Baha’i citizens in the past few days.

Masih awarded

Frei Denken, the Swiss Association of Free Thinkers,  awarded its “Freethinker Prize” for 2017 to  journalist and artist Zehra Doğan, jailed in Turkey, and to Masih Alinejad, the Iranian journalist who founded the social media My Stealthy Freedom which allows Iranian women to post their photos without hijab on a Facebook page and on a blog.




Source here.

Elham Khatami is the director of national outreach for NIAC Lobby, which does the bidding for the warmongering Islamist fascists ruling over Iran. 




God’s sword

Saifullah Saipov, the suspected driver who shouting Alla-0-Akbar, (God is Great) murdered eight people in New York. His first Arabic name, Saifullah, means God’s sword.

In the aftermath of the mass murder of 9/11 by Islamist murderers, America and Americans have shown their mettle.

These homicidal swords of God can murder few, or even thousands, the net result is, America gets stronger and more unified.

Lets not forget, by far, the first and primary victims of Islamist murderers are Muslims. Those who bunch Muslims with these murderers are in fact victimizing the victims. 

Grotesque v Grandness

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Khomeini mausoleum v mausoleum

Cyrus Day

Courageous Bahá'í poet


Baha'i poet Mahvash Sabet, who was jailed for nearly a decade in Iran, has been selected as the 2017 International Writer of Courage.

Sabet was one of seven Baha'i leaders arrested in 2008 and convicted of espionage and spreading propaganda against the clerical establishment.

She was released in September.

Baha’is face state persecution in Iran where their faith is not recognized in the country’s constitution.