Shari’a! Is THIS what we want?

by 1389 on January 31, 2008

in 1389 (blog admin), Blazing Cat Fur, censorship, counterjihad, Iran, Islam, Pakistan, Shari'a

Shari’a in action – see it for yourself

This is what shari’a – Islamic law – is all about. Both in theory and in practice, shari’a is inimical to the US Constitution. Shari’a is inimical to the freedoms that are valued and treasured in every civilized part of the world. Among other things, shari’a means no freedom of speech, assembly, or the press.

January 30th, Solidarity of Bloggers with the Imprisoned Iranian Students

Posted by Kamangir on January 28th, 2008

As mentioned before (see: January 30th, Solidarity of Bloggers with the Imprisoned Iranian Students), this blog, and its Persian counterpart, proudly support bloggers’ solidarity with Iranian imprisoned students. Join in! Spread the news!

Solidarity of Bloggers with the Imprisoned Iranian Students

“There is no doubt winter will have an end

And, the post of spring will come to our land

With thousands of flowers in his hand

Certainty it will come,

That other should be passed”

The spring is coming while many Iranian students are still behind the bars. Here is the names of some of them,

  • Arash Paknejad (m), Mozandaran University
  • Saeid Habibi (m), as member of student’s human rights reporters
  • Anoshe Azadbar (f), Tehran University
  • Elinaz Jamshidi (f), Azad University of central Tehran student of communication
  • Mehdi Gerilo (m), Tehran geophysics center
  • Nader Ahseni (m), Mazandaran University
  • Behroz karimizade (m), Tehran University
  • Nasim Soltan-beigi (f), Alame Communication University
  • Ali Sa`lem (m), Polytechnic University, student of Master degree in polymer
  • Mohsen Qanim (m), Polytechnic University
  • Rozbeh Saf-Shekan (m), Tehran University
  • Yaser (Sadra) Pirhaiaty (m), Shahed University
  • Saeid Aqam-Ali (m), Yazd University
  • Ali Kolaee` (m), Azad University of Shahriar City
  • Amir Mehrzad (m), (high School Student)
  • Hadi Salary (m), Rajaey University
  • Farshid Ahangaran(m), Rajaey University
  • Amir Aqai (m), Rajaey University
  • Milad Omrani (m), Rajaey University
  • Keivan Amir Eliasy (m), Master of industrial engineer
  • Soroush Hashem-poor (m), Ahvaz University
  • Farshad Doosti-poor (m)
  • Sohrab Karimi (m)
  • Javad Alizade (m)
  • Mohammad Salleh Auman (m)
  • Mehdi al-lahyari (m), Sharif industrial University, student of master degree
  • Rozbehan Amiri (m), Tehran University, Student of computer sciences
  • Bahram Shojaee (m), Tehran-south Azad University, Student of Chemistry engineer
  • Saied Aqakhani (m)
  • Majid Ashraf Nejad (m)
  • Peiman Piran (m), by other student report about him*
  • Aabed Tavanche (m), Polytechnic University
  • Soroosh Dastestany (m)
  • Amin Qazaei (m)
  • Bijan Sabaq (m), Mazandaran University
  • Anahita hosini (f), Tehran University
  • Morteza Khedmatlo (m)
  • Mohamad Pour Abdol-lah (m), Tehran University
  • Bita Samimi-zad (f), Polytechnic University
  • Behzad Baqery (m), Mazandaran University
  • Soroosh Sabet (m), Sharif University
  • Morteza Eslahchi (m), Allame University
  • Mostafa Shirvani (m)

In the past month and half, many students from different cities and universities have been arrested, on charges related to holding peaceful ceremonies for the celebration of the 7th of November, the National Day for Students. They have been behind the bars since. During these days, their families have not been able to visit them and only some of them have been given the chance to have short phone calls with the inmates. This has caused a lot of anxiety and tension for the families and has resulted in their many protests in order to pressure the government to release the students, to no avail.

We honor the freedom-loving students of Iran, some of whom are also bloggers, and thus on January 30th we rename our blogs to “Bloggers’ Solidarity with Imprisoned Iranian Students”.

We wish the release of our friends.

International bloggers who joined in:

Got a blog? Spread the word!

(h/t: Blazing Cat Fur)

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1 Debbie January 31, 2008 at 2:15 pm

Continue with the Liberal multicultural, can’t we all just get along, bi-partisan, open borders, let the Muslims get away with anything while Christians are persecuted … and we will have Sharia

2 Barbara January 31, 2008 at 11:23 pm

Hi Guys;

Listen…I am an Artist ( a really good one) living in NYC..
I “Get It” and can paint “IT”.
The thing that is sooo very sad…most artists are on the side of evil…and don’t realize this would be their own demise.
The people ( who will go unnamed thank you) in this area..
who are champions of freedom.. are unfeeling and self centered..
I was in a chat room ( with a famous blog-goddess) who when i met her…it was all about her…and not two s—s about Art ( mine or anyone’s else’s).
Anyway, this “chat room” made some unbelievable remarks about Ledger’s death..
Including..(if you can believe this) quoting the Bible..
as if this young man “got what he deserved”, and ( i kid you not) “gay jokes”..whch by the way this man was not.
He left behind a young child.
Sickening…
Someone in my area, please contact me.

Barbara

3 Adi February 1, 2008 at 6:24 am

Could we live in peace…

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