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in response to reader comment: Ahmadinejad in New York -- Columbia U and others Smarm in the name of "Open to Ideas"

Submitted by zari namdar (Switzerland), Sep 23, 2007 at 02:52

Prince Reza Pahlavi ,is the last King of Iran in exile in the United States of America. A real muslim king . With his name and fortune ,he could moove mountains!!! .He often claims ",he doesn't want the Islamic Republic of Iran to be in power". Is he sincere?Prince Reza is muslim! where is his voice to guide the young muslims ? Where are his opinions rgarding antisemitism in Iran?

Every day young and old Iranians are tortured and killed under the Islamic laws publically!!! Doesn't he care? Dont you think he should be the first infront of the UN,when Ahmadinejad arrives? What has Prince or so called the Iranian king Reza Pahlavi has contributed to any kind of society in the past 29 nine years?Where is his wife,Princess Yassamin Pahlavi? yes my friends ,Cyrus the great mooved mountains!Esther gave her life to her nation! And had courage beyound imagination.The voice of Cyrus the great and Esther is and will always be alive in the universe! zari namdar www.zarinamdar.com


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