Friday, January 27, 2006

Little Goebbels in Israel

Israel has decided to grant visa, and Tel Aviv University has granted a podium, to perhaps the most notorious blogger-supporter of Ayatollah Khatami and the “reformist” faction of the anti-Iranian Islamist Occupation Republic.

As a guest speaker at the university’s Center for Iranian Studies---given the absence of a Center for the Study of Treason and Political Prostitution---he will discuss “how internet is affecting the political scene in Iran and how the young, pro-reform activists”, not to be confused with the pro-Iran counterrevolutionaries murdered or jailed and tortured by his cool Ayatollahs, “are using it to play a more significant role.”

As I see no need to elaborate on the character of Hossein Derakhshan and what he represents (go HERE and HERE for previous posts on the subject), I merely wish to convey my expectation to the officials of Tel Aviv University that next time they decide to feign interest in the subject of freedom in my wretched country, they will invite the actual practitioners of reform, instead of their spokesmen.

For instance, you may want to invite “reformists” who stone Iranians to death. You may want to invite “reformist” doctors who specialize in the mutilation of hands and feet. How about “reformist” doctors who specialize in gauging the eyes of the condemned? Why not a torturer from Evin, or better yet, an Hijab wearing female torturer, to have the “feminists” on the panel rest assured that the Islamic Republic has advanced since the first years of the revolution and that it now abides by an equal employment opportunity policy? Why not the “reformists” who blew up the Khobar towers, or perhaps the “reformist” Mohtashamipour, who blew up the US Marine barracks in Lebanon back in 1982?

Perhaps you’ll one day invite Mullah Khatami to talk to you about Hegel, or Ayatollah Ebadi to speak of the democratic superiority of the Islamic Occupation Republic over the Iranian government overthrown in 79?

Regarding these last, I have no doubt that you soon will.


Blogger Winston said...

nobody gives a damn to hoder and his ilk. you shouldnt have written about it either.

the more people write, the more he thinks he is some body.

he is an idiot for sure

1:31 PM  
Anonymous Green_Mind said...

wow !!
How angry and irrational you write. I think it's the Israeli's right to decide whom to listen to, whether they want to listen Hoder or you. You will have your chance to present your ideas in a logical and peaceful manner to them. Then they are to choose here ....

2:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am honestly feeling so sad by reading this page. This Guy, Hossein Derakhshan, has done a fantastic job by jeopardizing his any return to Iran to go and visit Israel. I am so happy that we still have such brave people who are breaking all the stupid rules that governs the country after revolution.
The only thing I can say about your comments on his trip is that you might not have a clear understanding about the situation of Iran and the society. You might have been out of Iran for decades and still thinking the way people used to think in 1979. Please open your eyes. If you can, go visit Iran, talk to people who have recently come out of there. Try to be fair. I am atheist, liberal and living out of Iran for few years now but I accept that there is war between tradition and modernity back in Iran. What we can do is just to strengthen our side (Modernity) in this battle against religions and traditions.

Viva reforms as it is the only way to pass from tradition to modertnity!

2:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Dude, you're angry and you say lots of nonsense. Whatever reformers are, nobody will follow you lunatic.

2:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You obviously don't understand anything about democracy. You are angry and irrational. You probably have photos of the Shah and his minions hanging on the walls of your home. You often sit around and think about the "good ole days" when the SAVAAK was running the show. You are bitter. I feel sorry for you.

I'm not a big fan of Hoder, but for different reasons.
Ayatollah Ebadi??? She does more for Iran in a single day than you and your kind have in a lifetime.

Agha...Shah mord-o-raft...oono az fekret darar. Enghadram ghose nakhor - baraye salamatit bade!!

4:49 PM  
Anonymous amir arsalane binaam said...

im sorry for you man... I'm not quite agree with Hossein Derakhshan. But I support his travel and his reports about Israel. At least he represents a small group of people, but you just represent youself!

6:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gosh! How stupid you are. I'm sure you have not seen Iran for the last 20 years. Why not have one of the fucking Pahlavis to talk about what they've done in Mordad 28?

9:34 PM  
Blogger سرباز كوچك said...

Winston, I’m sure you’ll agree that the world media’s obvious support of what they decided to call “reformists” could hardly be interpreted as a sign of indifference. It is my duty as an Iranian not to be silent.

Green Mind, given the nature of the news and various subject matters discussed in this webblog I assure you I have far worthier things to be angry about, and it seems to me what is irrational---I hardly need add that I nowhere deny Israel's right to decide whom to listen to---is to question my right to criticize, not to mention the assumption that I have somehow been denied a chance to present my ideas or, by implication, that the Israelis are ignorant of these ideas and require my presentation.

Anonymous 1: If you believe that a Mullah Khatami supporter’s visit to Israel somehow jeopardizes his return to Iran, yet ask me, the author of THIS blog, to go visit Iran---I am imagining the welcoming committee as I write!---“to open” my eyes, then I’m afraid it is not I who lacks “a clear understanding about the situation of Iran and the society.” Nor am I so thick on the rhetoric: “Talk to people who have recently come out of there.” Also, please explain what you mean by “the way people used to think in 1979” so that I may know whether I’m still thinking that way or not; whether it was a good thing or a bad thing. As to the war in Iran, it is far more basic than the intellectualized clash “between tradition and modernity”, or as the press likes to put it, between “conservative” Mullahs and “reformist” Mullahs; it is a war against the Islamists and other opportunists for the very survival of Iran and the Iranian national identity.

11:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Shut up Winston! SHUT UP!!

12:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hossein Derakhshan
he is a bilateral spy.
he works for iran and israel

1:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Talking about being Full of Shit...

1:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

FUCK Hoder and Reformers

2:15 AM  
Blogger Winston said...

Dear Khorshid, I do agree with you that media say what you just said but I disagree to believe what the leftist/liberal media have to say. Indeed Media are the main players to blame here.

They do not understand that there are no major differences between state reformers and hardliners.

1- Both are against the state of Israel

2- Both have ruined Iran for the past 27 yrs

3- Today reformers are yesterdays hardliners. The very same persons who occupied the US Embassy and mishandled the war and killed prisoners.

4- The only available option now is to get over with the reformers and hardliners and go for a fair and free referrundum to choose a secular form of government, be it constitutional monarchy or secular republic.

Btw, if you read my blog, you see that i am also a big critique of the Iranian opposition groups such as the one this blogger (Sarbaz Kuchak) represents

To those gutless people who didnt dare to swear at me under their name, I have this to say: Have balls to put your names, otherwise shut the fuck up.


2:21 AM  
Blogger Winston said...

Oh I forgot to say that people should stop paying attention to a stupid, narsistic and crazy guy like hoder

he is hungry for such frenzy stuff and we are all being played into his hand.

Nuff Said

2:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

jomhouri eslami is israel looking itself in an islamic mirrior. Islamic republic is a muslim democracy in opppose to israel which is a jewish democracy.

either all religious states are bad, or none. you can't pick and choose.

2:45 AM  
Anonymous Dara said...

Unfortunately your image of Iran, its political elements, and its people is totally distorted. You sound identical to the MKO gang. God bless your mind

10:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

See hoder's opinion on Khatami and some others:

On Khatami:

On Mohtashami:

11:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

First, to Anonymous above, Israel is in fact not a religious state, any more than England or Turkey is. It is based on Jewish people not Jewish religion -- like having a state based on Persian people not Shia religion.

Second, to Khorshid, if you are so mad why don't you do your own trip to Israel and tell people your ideas? If you are serious then I am sure it will not be hard to find a blogger who will host you also. Perhaps contact the same one.

11:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


I work for a public radio show in Boston, USA, and I wanted to let you know that I posted a link to your discussion of Hoder's trip to Israel on our website. Here is the link:

We linked you your post not in a critical way, but to show the diversity of opinions on the subject. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Thank you,

Radio Open Source

1:42 PM  
Blogger سرباز كوچك said...


I very much appreciate Radio Open Source's link to this commentary. Thank you Henry.

12:47 AM  
Blogger سرباز كوچك said...

August 31, 2006

4:05 AM  
Blogger kahaneloyalist said...

Friend, you should understand that Tel Aviv U is a den of Leftist traitors similiar to your own Tahud, who betrayed your country to Khomehnei

5:08 PM  
Blogger سرباز كوچك said...

Dear Kahaneloyalist,

Sadly, the Israeli press is full of articles singing the praises of “reformist” mullahs, much like the United States and Europe.

Incidentally, if there ever was a Left, which was fundamentally a secular movement, rest assured that they’re turning in their graves by what is being done in their name.

3:10 AM  

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