Friday, January 14, 2011
The world is watching Tunisia ... Iran is watching Tunisia, too. For us, not knowing the backgrounds of Tunisian policy and history, the protests came very suddenly. Maybe, we, the Iranians, are a little bit jealous at the moment. Don't understand me wrong. With jealous I mean what the Iranian Journalist Golnaz Esfandiary tweeted "Young Iranian man on Sidibouzid, Tunisia did it, we couldn't". For sure we wish Tunisians freedom and democracy.And we can help them, now.
Labels: freedom for the world
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
from left to right:
Coelho, Hejazi, Mohajerani
Paulo Coelho reported on his blog, that his books have been banned in Iran. He writes also
Monday, January 10, 2011
more picturesThe crash kills 72 according to mehrnews, 33 were injured. And what does Iranian state TV broadcast? First, about ten minutes long, they broadcast the speech of Supreme Leader Seyyed-Ali Khamenei! 72 people have died and they talk about the achievements of their revolution on 1979! Plane crash is just subtitled. And all this on the News.