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Ugliest Official after the British Prince!

 
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Who's Uglier?
Ahmadinejad : khamenei's president
60%
 60%  [ 3 ]
British prince chalres (yuk)
20%
 20%  [ 1 ]
his *****.
20%
 20%  [ 1 ]
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 25, 2005 7:17 pm    Post subject: Ugliest Official after the British Prince! Reply with quote

BOTH ORDER ASSASINATIONS, BOTH UGLY AS HELL!



I was just thinking:

Ahmadinejad must be the ugliest president in history, and the ugliest official after british Prince of wales!!




ONE WOULD THINK THESE TWO ARE TWINS. LOL
look! they're eyes; their frown... huge nose, big ear lobes...little brains...almost identical! Razz


well...
Technically they are! One is a left over of Khomeini the british backed Islamo-fascist monarch(!), and the onther? Left over of a line of colonio-fascist monarchs.
same $hit, diff. package!!!!


No wonder.

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mind you it's really not about the looks, but think about it, this is exactly what the brits wanted for Iran. they want to vanish every beautiful thing about Iran, and perhaps another dozen countries!

we want them to know, and their colonialis history and crimes against humanity is far more disgusting and even worst than that of islamio fascists; by the way khomeini and his fascist regime was also their work of art! an extension or appendix to British Colonialist policies/rule/suppression in Iran.

like father like son! mullahs are made of the same essence as the british colonialism.it's not just ahmadinejad who's smelly; they are both smelly scums befalling humanity, and they should both be swept away before they suffocate many nations all over the globe.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 25, 2005 8:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think some Brit ran over Liberty's dog, what do the rest of you think? Smile
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 26, 2005 3:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I think some Brit ran over Liberty's dog, what do the rest of you think? Smile


Laughing funny rasker.

nope, they ran over my nation, ever since the turn of the century.
where were u the whole time?
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 26, 2005 9:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I wasn't born for the first half of that century, and wasn't conducting any foreign policy in the second half.

Are you saying that the Shah was Britain's fault, and then his replacement by the mullahs was also their fault? How do you stand on the Mossadegh replacement in 1953, btw?
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 26, 2005 2:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I wasn't born for the first half of that century, and wasn't conducting any foreign policy in the second half.

Are you saying that the Shah was Britain's fault, and then his replacement by the mullahs was also their fault? How do you stand on the Mossadegh replacement in 1953, btw?


Iranians know what they have to know about british colonialism, so do the rest of Asians and Africans, and most of the world.

I don't have to explain it to you dear or anyone, all I have to say is:

F$$CK BRITISH MONARCHY THE CRIMINAL COLONIALIST LEFTOVERS FOR THEIR CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY.

that's all.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 26, 2005 7:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

If the mullahs are to fall, imposition of sanctions by the Blair government is a necessary element in achieving that. I think getting rid of the mullahs is what most in this forum are focusing on, not what some other British government did 50 or 100 years ago.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 26, 2005 9:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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not what some other British government did 50 or 100 years ago.


It's not what the British government did 100 years ago. It's what they are doing today.

Meet "Ayatollah" Jack Straw and "Ayatollah" Charles:



Get a room already!



Aw. Don't they make a great couple?

And no one can forget forget the role of the BBC radio's persian program in their anti-Shah/pro-Khomieni propaganda in the years 1978-1979.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 26, 2005 11:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

disgusting photos, indeed!

just to think we're gonna see ayatollah JACK A$$TRAW kissing Ahmadinejad's hand for crude Oil! YUK ! ! !

btw. they would kiss his butt if they had too.

these brits are dirtier than the dirt in ahmadinejad's beard!

smellier than his arm pits.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 27, 2005 8:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Don't Pin Hopes For Reform on Rafsanjani, Britain Warns

Anton La Guardia, The Telegraph UK:

Britain adopted a more confrontational policy towards Iran yesterday when officials assailed the credibility of Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, the likely winner of Friday's presidential election run-off.

Many Iranian reformists, alarmed that his opponent, the hardline former mayor of Teheran Mahmood Ahmadinejad, came second in the initial round of voting, have called on supporters to switch their votes to the 70-year-old Mr Rafsanjani despite the fact that he is a veteran of the regime.

The wily cleric, who served as president from 1989 to 1997, has cast himself as a centrist, and has dropped several hints that he was open to dealing with America.

But a senior British diplomat dismissed Mr Rafsanjani's reputation as a "pragmatist", and cast doubt over whether he would make it easier to resolve the crisis over Teheran's nuclear programme.

"It's important that people do not see Rafsanjani as a white knight. He has been president for eight years, and a lot of bad things happened in those eight years," he said. "He does not have a record of reform, co-operation with the West or abiding by international standards.

"We hear what he says, and we like it. But there is a difference between talking the talk and walking the walk."

Mr Rafsanjani, a confidant of Ayatollah Khomeini, is believed to have been intimately involved in decisions over Iran's nuclear programme. He has been implicated in the murder of scores of dissidents by Teheran's intelligence services, which he controlled as president.

After years of "engagement" with Iran, in the hope of strengthening the outgoing reformist President Mohammad Khatami, officials now appear to given up on the view of Jack Straw, the Foreign Secretary, who once described Iran as an "emerging democracy".

Many in the Foreign Office believe that the Iranian regime is "dying" and are pushing for the Government to "align" itself more with calls for change. Options being discussed include increasing the number of hours broadcast by the BBC Persian service, and supporting the creation of a Persian-language satellite TV station.


Britain, France and Germany face a crucial round of negotiations with Iran later this summer, when they have promised to present Teheran with new proposals to resolve the crisis over the nuclear programme.

Teheran says it wants to develop nuclear power only to generate electricity, but America and Europe fear it is developing the technology to build a weapon.

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Dr. Zin: This is a major development, if accurate. I predicted this last Feburary. The Bush strategy on Iran appears in play. The next weeks in Iran could prove very hot.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 28, 2005 2:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Options being discussed include increasing the number of hours broadcast by the BBC Persian service,


The guy who heads BBC's Persian service (Masoud Behnood) was doing an interview with VOA's Persian service just two weeks ago encouraging people to vote for Rafsanjani! I don't think we need more BBC.

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and supporting the creation of a Persian-language satellite TV station.


There are currently 25 Persian-language satellite TV stations. I dpn't think we need another one (especially not one run by people like Masoud Behnood).

They Brits could try butting out of our country's business and stopping their support of the filthy mullahs.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 28, 2005 3:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Azadeh_55 wrote:


The guy who heads BBC's Persian service (Masoud Behnood) was doing an interview with VOA's Persian service just two weeks ago encouraging people to vote for Rafsanjani! I don't think we need more BBC.


exactly! THE LAST THING WE NEED IS MORE OF THE SAME BRITISH RADIO THAT PROMOTED FASCIST KHOMEINI AND SAW HIM IN THE MOON ONCE UPON A TIME!

MR. BEHNOUD AND THE LIKES OF HIM, SHOULD START FINDING A CAVE TO HIDE. NO DECENT IRANIAN WORKS FOR AYATOLLAH BBC. GREEDY CROOKS & DOUBLE AGENTS, OUT!


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The Brits could try butting out of our country's business and stopping their support of the filthy mullahs.


WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME BRITS EVER LEFT ANY NATION ALONE? THESE GUYS ARE BORN WITH SADISTIC COLONIO-FASCIST GENES!

I SO HOPE I'LL BE ALIVE THE DAY BRITAIN GOES ON TRIAL FOR CRIMES AGAISNT HUMANITY. THERE IS NOT A SINGLE NATION NOT SUPPRESSED OR BUGGED BY THEM BASTERDS.

BRITAIN OUT!
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2005 3:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Listen to how they did this to our country.
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 30, 2005 2:09 am    Post subject: Down with British Colonialism. Reply with quote

thanks dear Azadeh. This is exactly another one of those cases that gives us solid proof as to the ROOTS of ISLAMO-FASCISM.

Mr. Fouladvand is the only opposition figure who had the guts to expose the satanic cult of islam for what it truely is. and he's also a serious opposition leader.

this is enough reason for british government to send it's dogs to storm his apartment, brutally attack him and his friends, arrest and imprison them!

serious opposition to Islamo-Fascist ayatollahs' regime must be a crime in Britain!

apeasing the islamo-fascists, on the other hand, is the law of the land!

licking mullahs' butt for oil, is the official foreign policy.

London is turned into a MAJOR BASE for Mullahs' TERROR NETWORK, and the brits aren't doing **** about it.

All of us know how IRI ASSASINS get a first class ticket back to Tehran from UK/ EU governemts. Not even one case of arrest!

yet they arrest our oppositon leaders!

UNITED KINGDOM OF TERROR IS THE MAIN ROOT OF KHOMEINISM, IT'S BEHIND LEGITIMIZING A BRUTAL FASCIST TYRANNY, AND IS THE NO. 1 ENEMY OF IRAN.

has been....still is. and will be...unless stopped.

arrest of mr. fouladvand, just does it. they've outdone themselves in support of fascism!

AN ENTIRE NATION IS UNDER OCCUPATION, AND SOME FOREIGN COUNTRY HAS NO BUSINESS TELLING US HOW TO DEFEND OURSELVES!

IF FIGHTING FASCISM IS TERRORISM, THEN AMERIDANS AND EUROPEANS WERE ALL TERRORISTS FOR FIGHTING HITLER.

The Brits however, are a separate case! lol

they are the CREATORS of this particular brand of Fascism: Islamo-Fascism.

They are the ones who created khomeini, kept him on their payroll in Najaf (according to eyewithnesses) and promoted him via Ayatollah BBC!

God, I hate british colonialism.
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Remember this case?

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/low/europe/3185111.stm

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Wednesday, 27 August, 2003, 16:27 GMT 17:27 UK

UK-Iran extradition row continues

Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister Ali Ahani has held talks in London with UK Foreign Secretary Jack Straw on the arrest of the former Iranian ambassador to Argentina by British police. Mr. Ahani called for the release of the former ambassador, Hadi Soleimanpour, who is studying in England.

He is wanted by police in Argentina in connection with the bombing of a Jewish community centre in Buenos Aires in 1994, in which more than 80 people were killed.

Argentina is seeking the extradition of eight Iranian officials in total over the bombing.

Mr Ahani said the Argentine court's request for Mr Soleimanpour's arrest was illegal and politically motivated.

But a UK Foreign Office spokesman told BBC News Online the British Government was not involved at any stage and any action is now a matter for the courts.

Iran denies any involvement in the bombing and has warned the UK of serious consequences if Mr Soleimanpour is not freed immediately.

Relations under threat

The UK Foreign Office denied the arrest was politically motivated, saying it was the result of international legal processes.

It added the future of bilateral relations is now in Iran's hands.


Arrest of Iranian diplomat


13 August - Argentine authorities issue arrest warrant
Warrant delivered by Interpol to UK police
Police present warrant to Bow Street Magistrates Court
21 August - Court issues warrant for arrest
Mr Soleimanpour arrested same day by Durham constabulary
UK Government not notified until after arrest (says FO)
24 August - Jack Straw tells Iran's foreign minister he cannot interfere

"Iran needs to understand Britain is a key voice for determining EU policy towards Iran. The Iranians are keen to keep EU relations with Iran on track so it is in no-one's interests to have a fall out at this stage."

"We don't want this issue to affect bilateral relations, we have made clear this is not a political issue and we must abide by our international obligations," the spokesman said.

An Iranian Government spokesman said Tehran hopes it will not come to the withdrawal of ambassadors, but he said all legal and diplomatic options were open.

Iranian officials have said they want the issue resolved by Friday.

But extradition cases can take months because the person being extradited can appeal against decisions.

Political involvement

The BBC's diplomatic correspondent, Barnaby Mason, says that while the UK Government is insisting that the extradition process is a matter for the courts and it cannot interfere, this is not entirely true.

In reality, extradition under British law is not a purely judicial affair - the final decision is made by the home secretary, but he gets involved only after the courts have given their ruling, our correspondent says.


At that point, the home secretary may consider political and other representations - for example, from the Foreign Office and the Iranian Government.

A few years ago, the English courts ruled that the former Chilean dictator, Augusto Pinochet, could be extradited to Spain, but the government then freed him on health grounds.

Meanwhile in Belgium, police have arrested a second former Iranian diplomat, Saied Baghban, also wanted by Argentina in connection with the bombing.

He was later released because of his diplomatic immunity, AFP news agency reports.


http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/3123590.stm

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Argentina submits extradition evidence

By Mark Doyle
BBC World Affairs correspondent

Hade Soleimanpour (right) denies involvement in the 1994 bombing
A court in London has been told that the British Government has received some 2,500 pages of evidence from Argentina to back an extradition request lodged in London against a former Iranian diplomat.

The Iranian former ambassador to Argentina, Hadi Soleimanpour has been accused by a judge in Argentina of being involved in the bombing of a Jewish cultural centre nine years ago when over 80 people were killed.

He denies the charge and is resisting extradition to Argentina. The case has caused a three-way diplomatic rift between Britain, Iran and Argentina.

Mr Soleimanpour is currently resident in Britain and on bail pending the outcome of the case.

The UK Home Office confirmed to Bow Street Magistrates Court in central London that it had now received documents from the Argentine government allegedly showing Mr Soleimanpour's involvement with the bombing of the Buenos Aires Jewish centre.

Mr Soleimanpour's defence lawyers dismissed the documents as "background reading" and said they would not prove anything against their client.

Diplomatic spat

The UK Home Secretary, David Blunkett, now has five weeks to study the Argentine papers to decide whether to go ahead with the extradition case, which the defence lawyers say they will fight.

The Iranian Government has vigorously denied the allegations against Mr Soleimanpour and demanded the case be dropped.

The affair has caused a diplomatic crisis between Argentina and Iran and strained relations between London and Tehran.


Protesters demanded Hade Soleimanpour be extradited
Anti-Iranian Government demonstrators gathered outside the courtroom on Friday shouting "terrorist, terrorist" as Mr Soleimanpour entered.

But the former diplomat looked unflustered. The Court relaxed Mr Soleimanpour's bail conditions, allowing him to spend weekdays in London at a house owned by the Iranian Government so that he can consult more easily with his lawyers.

Until now he had been required to stay at his home in the north of England. Mr Soleimanpour has deposited over $1m in bail, most of it paid by the Iranian Government.



Surprise, surprise!

http://www.iranmania.com/News/ArticleView/?NewsCode=19670&NewsKind=Current+Affairs

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UK turns down request to extradite Soleimanpour

Thursday, November 13, 2003 - 2003 IranMania.com


2003 IranMania.com & AFP

Soleimanpour is wanted by Buenos Aires for his alleged role in the car bombing at the headquarters of the Argentine Jewish Mutual Association, which left 85 people dead.

LONDON, Nov 13 (AFP) - Britain turned down Wednesday a request for the extradition of a former Iranian ambassador to Argentina over the deadly 1994 bombing of a Jewish cultural center in Buenos Aires, the Home Office said.

The British government said there was insufficient evidence to proceed with the case against Hadi Soleimanpour, 47, whose arrest in August on an Argentine warrant left relations badly frayed between London and Tehran.

"The warrant for provisional arrest has been cancelled because we did not receive enough evidence to proceed," said a Home Office spokeswoman.


Soleimanpour is wanted by Buenos Aires for his alleged role in the car bombing at the headquarters of the Argentine Jewish Mutual Association, which left 85 people dead.


2002 AP
Image showing people and rescue workers in what was the Buenos Aires Jewish community center after it was bombed in 1994.

Tehran strongly protested the arrest of Soleimanpour, who has denied any connection with the blast.

"There is really no evidence at all implicating Soleimanpour in the very serious crimes alleged," his lawyer Ben Brandon told AFP earlier Wednesday.

British Home Secretary David Blunkett in September received a 2,600-page strong dossier from the Argentine government outlining its demands and proof against Soleimanpour.

A court in October extended the deadline for a decision on the case by three weeks to November 13.

The British government has strongly pursued dialogue with Iran despite attempts by the United States to isolate the country which the US administration placed in an "axis of evil" along with Saddam Hussein's Iraq and North Korea.

Soleimanpour's arrest and detention on August 21 sent relations between London and Tehran into a tailspin.

On September 3, shots were fired at the British embassy in Tehran just hours after Iran's ambassador to Britain was recalled "for consultations." Britain then authorised the voluntary departure of non-essential staff.

Late in September, the Iranian foreign ministry said its ambassador to Britain, Morteza Sarmadi, would be returning to London, but warned that relations with Britain would only get worse unless Soleimanpour was released.

Soleimanpour, who currently lives and studies in Durham, northeast England, with his wife and two children, was not in Argentina at the time of the 1994 car bombing.

But the Argentine government claims to have evidence that he provided support and cover for terrorists whose activities were allegedly centred at the Iranian embassy.

The Jewish community in Argentina is the biggest in Latin America with 300,000 members. In 1992 the Israeli embassy in Buenos Aires was hit by a bomb attack that killed 29.

Soleimanpour was released in September on a 730,000-pound (1.05-million euro, 1.22-million dollar) bail, paid in large part by Iran, after a judge ruled there was little chance he would try to flee the country.


When their own terrorist agents are at the risk of being caught, the British government knows very well how to come to their rescue. Mad
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