These from our friends in Iran. More dissension in the ranks.
Tehran, July 16, 2010. Answering the question: do we have a strategic ally in the region now or not, Rahim Safavi, Khamenei’s advisor and a high commander of IRGC said: “no we don’t have such and ally. Of course Syria is close to us and Turkey is somewhat close but from strategic aspect we don’t have and ally”. Answering this question that did sanctions targeted IRGC he answered: “from my point of view some from within the country show green light to foreign enemies, Americans and British and even guided them and told them that if they wanted to strike on Islamic Revolution and Islamic Republic they must aim at the Leadership (Khamanei) and IRGC because if their sacredness and popularity is damaged then it would be easy”.
While worried he added: “today it is hard to be preserver (preserve the regime), the enemy and the atmosphere inside and abroad have become more complicated”. Pointing to Khamenei’s broken talisman he said: “yes it is from few years ago that religion’s and cleric’s veneration is violated…” In fear of regime’s downfall Safavi said: “our intelligence and security apparatus must be fully informed about the foreign enemies and those aligned with them inside so that they can predict the events and confront them with greater power”.
Tehran, July 18, 2010. At the opening ceremony of ‘educational course of Velayat’ reminding the nightmare of downfall Mullah Mesbah Yazdi conceded that the nationwide uprising has ruined regime’s elements nap. Calling regime’s elements and subordinates as ‘people’ Yazdi said: “about the questions I should say that the recent sedition has shocked the aware people and has reminded the half aware people not to even nap”. In another event Mullah Ahmad Khatami a member of the board of directors of Assembly of Experts once more expressed his fear of regime’s downfall and said: “last year’s sedition aimed at the overthrowing of the Velayat Establishment”.
The most dangerous thing to islam is an educated woman.
Tehran, July 16, 2010. Mullah Makarem Shirazi admitted that regime’s suppression of women under the excuse of improper veil has been useless and women had resisted. He said: “using force is useless in confronting improper veil”.
He admitted to the defeat of regime’s suppressive policies and added: “cultural work and preaching is the most effective way in that regard”.
Mullah Makarem called the resistance of women of Iran as murmurs for ‘not having veil’ and said: “if there is no veil then it will result in prostitution, drinking and other sins and there will remain not even the title of Islamic Society”. By these words this reactionary mullah admits that misogyny is a pillar of the religious tyranny of Velayat-e-Faghih and admits to the role of pioneer women of Iran in the Uprising for the downfall of this regime.
Tehran, July 18, 2010. Mohammad Hajizadeh the head of Booshehr Province’s Education Organization announced the endorsement of the plan of ‘Finding Husbands Especial for Pre-University girls’ and ‘Veil and Chastity at Countries Schools’. Hajizadeh said that endorsement of such plans is just for preventing cultural assaults! The plan has even provoked protest amongst some of the regime elements. Mohammad Ghayoum Dehghani a member of Social Committee of regime’s Majlis said: “my question is that are those who talk of ‘temporary marriage’ willing to make their own daughters to marry as such? Do they think of the consequences of this issue on a young girl?”
Hamidreza Haji Babaie Minister of Education had welcomed the plan and had emphasized that these girls then must continue their education in nightly schools because according to the regulations any girl before 18 that gets married is ousted from school and must continue in nightly schools especial for adults’ education. Ali Motahari an MP belonging to Khamenei’s band has brought up the issue of the temporary marriage of high school girls before and SSF has named the plan as solution for decreasing the number of rapes. It is to be mentioned that the misogynous and medieval clerical regime that has become desperate in regard with the vast participation of women and girls of Iran in the front of the uprising despite all its suppressive plans such as ‘veil and chastity’ hangs to anything to prevent them from playing their effective role in its downfall. The endorsed plan of ‘temporary marriage’ is one of regime’s means for keeping women away from playing their role.
Rule by execution.
Uromieh, July 16, 2010. The criminal clerical dictatorship hanged 5 prisoners in the central prison of Uromieh. Faisal Saedi, Karam Azizi, Omid Norani, Abdolrahman Rendi and Ali Sareban were hanged.