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President of Iran.. [Dec. 9th, 2005|12:51 pm]
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I was watching the news last night (local news) and they said that the new president of Iran (I forgot his name..but he is a whole lot better looking than the last two) had made a statement about Israel in October. This statement was something like Israel needs to be wiped out from the map. I don't particularily agree with that statement because regardless of what my faith is, it does provoke violence. And it's just inhumane to judge a group of people based on their religion, etc. After all, we Iranians pride ourselves to being human and have high morals and stuff. But what I found most funny was that Germany and Austria had attacked this statement by saying that Iran is advocator of terrorism and that the leaders of both country debunked such a statement. So in response to this, the president of Iran said, well since Germany was responsible for the Holocaust and the genocide of millions of Jews, why don't they grant a part of Europe to the Israeli nation...I am not a political person at all. In fact I hate talking about politics and religion because they always start endless and pointless conversations. but I was wondering if anyone else heard this news. And your thoughts on it. i guess I am bringing up a debate huh? Well i guess i am just curious to see where Iraninans stand politically outside of the mother country...
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(no subject) [Oct. 25th, 2005|05:11 pm]
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[mood |chipperchipper]
[music |Melancholy Requiem - Akira Yamaoka]

Salam, I'm Susie, or Suzaan (haha, Persian name. =) ) And I'm a teenager. (Thirteen now, hooray!)

So, anyways. My mom and dad are both from Shiraz, Iran. I love Iran, it's a really nice country. I speak fluently in farsi, and I'm teaching myself how to write. I already taught myself japanese (hiragana and katakana...learning kanji. >__o) So, how hard can farsi be? VERY HARD. The dots and lines...so confusing.

But I'm wondering - Are there any teenagers here in the community? Around my age? Or older, if so? I want to meet more Persian people in my age group, not just adults. Thanks! :D

btw - Does anyone know who sang the song: 'Adam Furoosh'? (Sold Guy? XD) I liked the song but I never knew who sang it! I know he plays guitar...and his music videos always look good. ._.
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islamic art [Aug. 19th, 2005|08:20 pm]
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(no subject) [Aug. 18th, 2005|11:04 am]
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join :)
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hey hey hey [Aug. 8th, 2005|05:03 pm]
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Ok so i noticed something today that no one really writes in this thingy! lol very understandable but i thought it would be fun to start talkin about things that r going on in our lives and then people comment with what they have been up to.

well as for me i started school today! Yess..im a junior. N im very exicted lol! it was a lil intimidating for a quite some time that im growing up and am going to be out of this place in no time! Well reality kinda kicked in around 6 this morning. I dont have all my classes with my best frriends but friends with whom i had classes we will probally become better friends due to that. Well im very pleased with my scheduale. Im currently taking 3 AP's (english...American....and PSYC)and 3 Honors ( math...law...chem. Yes so my year is going to be very busy! Not to mention Mock trial and Wethe People competion
well thats whats going on right now with me so comment below about ourself n maybe we can get this community going again

<33 khush
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(no subject) [Jul. 25th, 2005|07:44 pm]
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i'm going to tehranangles on wednesday
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hi [Jul. 22nd, 2005|11:27 pm]
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hi i came across this community and was intereseted, you see My great great grandmother had migrated from Iran when the turks had conquered and fled to India , so i am Indian but I am Zoroastrian ( Parsi). I have for ever wanted to learn farsi because at the moment i can only speak a few sentences. So i thought that by joining this community i would make some friends and as well learn a little more about the Iranian culture as well as Farsi. So i just thought i'd say a little something about myself to get to know everyone a little better.
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(no subject) [Jul. 12th, 2005|12:33 am]
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Dear all,

I want to get your attention to EmdAde AIDS, a project, devoted to providing information about HIV/AIDS to Persian Speakers.

The situation with HIV/AIDS is getting worse and worse in Iran – over the past five years the number of infected people has quadrupled. EmdAde AIDS is the only website on the internet that provides comprehensive information about this subject in Persian.
If you type in Google “AIDS Persian”, you will see that it is the first website that comes up.

It has now almost been a year since this project exists and it has been done and developed on pure enthusiasm of two-three people and several doctors. It is an independent project and receives no governmental support. Unfortunately, there has been till now absolutely no financial, or, in fact, any kind of support from anywhere. If this goes on, it will soon have to be closed, as there is currently even no money to pay for the domain.

If anyone would like to help us, give a link to our website, or simply forward this information to your friends, we would greatly appreciate it. Please, don’t let this work die. Information, provided there, is a result of many hours of work and it would be a shame if it would be wasted just like this. Many people really need it. Please, don’t let this project die.

With best regards,
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It's a small world [Jun. 14th, 2005|11:47 am]
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It's a small world
Illegitimate lovechild of a metrosexual ayatollah who donated money to the president of Halliburton whose brother was a fashion designer for Chechnian rebels

My friend Ali, was only thirteen when he lost his virginity to a thirty-two-year-old reformist prostitute. She was married to a communist drug user who was related to a fundamentalist cross-dresser who dated a suicide bomber while cheating on him with an orthodox Jewish settler in Gaza.

The reformist prostitute spied for the Taliban for years until she discovered that Maoist Leninists paid better for her services. So she converted to Buddhism and joined the evangelical Christian movement to bare arms and participate in velvet revolutions only to learn that Hezbollah had a much better dental plan.

Her communist drug user husband was a friend of a friend who was the illegitimate lovechild of a metrosexual ayatollah who donated money to the president of Halliburton whose brother was a fashion designer for Chechnian rebels and once roomed with an insurgent while working at a chocolate factory.

The reformist prostitute later divorced her communist drug user husband and married PLO's chief technology officer while producing a steamy reality show for Al-Jazeera.

Shortly after that, she became the lover of a lesbian monarchist who was seriously injured while orchestrating a raid on the World Bank. The lesbian monarchist took refuge in the Vatican and later converted to anarchism and represented the Pope in the Goodwill Games as the capitan of the debate team.

The communist drug user husband moved to a Red state where he married the ex-wife of a redneck who was a linebacker for the Redskins and volunteered for the Red Cross and often drank Red Bull, only to get run over by a red Ferrari while visiting Red Square.

The reformist prostitute was commissioned by Amnesty International to spy on the National Geographic Society and feed wrong information to the Smithsonian regarding the Iranian nuclear weapon program from a Starbucks coffee shop located deep inside occupied territories.

The reformist prostitute's cover was blown when she visited a psychic in India who worked part-time at a helpdesk outsourcing center in Bangalore where she started a long-distance relationship with a UN weapon inspector turned exotic dancer.

The reformist prostitute landed herself in prison where she was tortured by Cirque Du Soleil transvestite midgets for days and subsequently signed a confession letter admitting that she had killed Yasser Arafat by forcing him to eat a double Quarter Pounder with cheese while praying behind a female Imam.

The reformist prostitute was sentenced to hard labor where she consequently committed suicide after spending two weeks, locked down in "It's a small world after all" attraction at Disneyland.

Her lesbian lover was ordered killed by a cardinal for promoting suicidal thoughts among members of the Irish rock band, "U2."
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(no subject) [Jun. 12th, 2005|10:37 am]
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If you can vote, vote please!
Nobody can do anything for Iran, other than Iranians themselves!
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