qom choir harmony campaign uploaded by www.dakenso****
# There is a mistake on the Ahmadinejad photo, it should say AFTER not BEFORE.
# The prices have increased ever since this video was made, for example 1 kg meat is now 8k tomans.
Before: www.aryamehr**** (Sayings)
After: Speech in Qom 1980
Before: Globalis.se (Utlandsskuld)
After: Globalis.se (Utlandsskuld) or worldbank****
Before: NE.se (Swedish encyclopedia written by experts, known for attacking Shah!)
Sweden: * DN, 14 mars 1987, s. 6 (Riksbanken: Storlån av Shahen)
(Swedish newspaper, 14 March 1987. Statebank: Big loan from the Shah)
Mr. Healy, Chancellor of the Exchequer in a speech addressing the British parliament on July 22, 1974 thanked the Imperial Iranian government for providing Britain with a line of credit of $1,200m.
Average Salary etc etc:
Before: Information from people during that time
After: Information from people during this time
More detailed: *******youtube****/groups_forum?name=shahanshah&topic=78Zi_0YlJAM
After: Wikipedia, along with other encyclopedias -- and -- *******img164.imageshack.us/img164/8875/persiangulfarabijq4.jpg
Inviting Human Organizations:
گرد همايى ضد حكومتى مردم قم - روز جهانى كارگر, 11 ارديبهشت
Homay round against democracy Qom - International Workers Day, May 11 - (translated by google)
تعطيلى بازار قم به مناسبت فوت آيتالله منتظرى،آذر88
Holiday Market Qom, Ayatollah Montazeri occasion death, December 88 - (translated by google)
قم، مراسم تشيع آيتالله منتظرى، 30آذر، 21 دسامبر
Qom, Ayatollah Montazeri Funeral Ceremony, 30 December, 21 December - (translated by google)
Grand Ayatollah Montazeri’s funeral ceremony (Qom, 21 December 2009) - Grand Ayatollah Montazeri’s funeral ceremony (Qom, 21 December 2009)
Iran began fueling the nation's first nuclear reactor Tuesday amidst controversy over the intended use of the plant.
بازگشت فاتحان به اشرف قسمت اول- آقاي رجوي3
بزرگداشت آيتالله منتظرى در قم، 30آذر 88، 21دسامبر
Commemoration of Ayatollah Montazeri in Qom, Iran, Persian date 30 Azar 88, 21, - (translated by google)
Khalaji: My father’s arrest could signal the start of a new wave of arrests of clerics - Khalaji: My father’s arrest could signal the start of a new wave of arrests of clerics
Washington 14 January (WashingtonTV)--Ayatollah Mohammad Taqi Khalaji, a clergyman who was close to the late Grand Ayatollah Hossein-Ali Montazeri, was detained at this home in Qom by the officials of the Intelligence Ministry of the Islamic Republic, on 12 January [22 Dey 1338].
In an exclusive interview today with WashingtonTV, the son of Ayatollah Khalaji, Mehdi Khalaji, who is a senior researcher at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, spoke about the latest news concerning his father’s arrest, saying that apparently today, the Special Clergy Court had informed his family that Ayatollah Khalaji had been transferred to Tehran.
Mehdi Khalaji added that in the process of arresting his father, the Intelligence Ministry personnel searched and confiscated hundreds of notes, books, personal letters, the passports of all members of the family and also his father’s computer and satellite receiver and told family members, including the Mehdi’s mother and his own daughter that they were banned from leaving the country.
Mehdi Khalaji’s mother and his daughter had planned to visit him in the United States during the Iranian New Year’s holidays [Nowruz, which is marked on 21 March each year]
Following his interview which he gave at his place of work at the Washington Institute, Khalaji told an audience in the course of a speech in another part of the institute’s building: “The arrest of my father on the 12 January by the intelligence forces signaled a sickly campaign by the Islamic Republic against Islam”.
He continued: “The Islamic Republic of Iran is displeased with and fears those traditional clergymen who reject the principle of the velayat-e faqih [or the Guardianship of the Jurisconsult] which underpins the rule of the Iranian state.
Elsewhere in his interview with WashingtonTV, Mehdi Khalaji felt that his father was arrested both because of his own activities outside the country and also because his father was close to Ayatollah [Yusef] Sane’i and the late Grand Ayatollah Montazeri. Another reason had to do with his father’s “outspokenness” in view of his support for the Green Movement.
Khalaji added that following the disputed presidential election of last June, the Islamic Republic has tried to portray members of the Green Movement as anti-Islam and pro-West.
He went on to say that this arrest could be considered as the potentially start of a new wave of the arrest of the clergy, because, as he said, under the city of Qom’s “police” atmosphere, which has recently “become more police-controlled” Ayatollah Khalaji is the first clergyman to be detained by the Islamic Republic of Iran’s forces since the death of Ayatollah Montazeri.
Mehdi Khalaji then spoke further about the situation in Qom.