Sunday, May 14, 2006

Jondollah: New freedomfighter movement in Balouchistan province of Iran

For a while I have been tacking the Jundallah (Soldiers of God) movement that have made IRI thugs miserable
in Sistan-Balochistan province of Iran.

The group is made of Iranian-Baluchi Sunni militant freedom fighters that have chosen armed conflict for
confrontation with the terrorist Islamic Republic of Iran regime. It appears that the Hezbollah has met its
match in Sistan-Balochistan province!

They have no foreign government back-up; they are not related to al-Qaeda or Hamas terrorist organizations.
They are not separatists neither! They demand freedom and justice for all Iranians and not solely for Baluchies.   Â
They are not “bandits”, “drug traffickers” as the IRI claims; they are dissident tribesmen.

I wonder if we are looking at the resurrection of another Satar Khan or Bagher Khan!

Saturday, May 06, 2006

Interview of Iran's exile prince with BBC

"BBC World Service> >> > The Interview with Reza Pahlavi> >> > As part of a special week of programming about Iran on BBC WorldService,> this week's guest on The Interview is the son of the last Shah of Iran,Reza> Pahlavi.> >> > Born into a life of privilege and heir to one of the most powerfulthrones> in the world, Reza Pahlavi had his life torn apart by the Islamicrevolution> of 1979 and his family hounded into exile.> >> > Since then he's based himself in the United States and dedicated hislife> to campaigning for democracy in Iran.> >> > And as he tells Owen Bennett-Jones he thinks that right now thefractious> opposition in exile is finally uniting behind the common cause ofdemocracy> and human rights.> >> > Reza Pahlavi is reluctant to talk about the past and says he is lookingto> the future but he admits that his best memories are from his childhoodback> in Iran."> >> > ---------> >> > To listen to 'The Interview':> >> >http://www.rezapahlavi.org/audiovideo/BBC-Interview-OwenBennettJones.html> >> >> > Please forward this information to friends and family.