Link dump

Monday, September 12, 2005

Access to Requested URL is Denied.

Every moment that I face with this ( f..king) error I really felt that I could killed who want take me to heaven with this kind of works.
Why I cannot use useful sites such
orkut , flickr or blogrolling . I am tired that others decide for me that how I must live .
if you can pls help iranian users.


Hydra said...

Why have they blocked blogrolling and not for example blogspot?

PersianArchitect said...

my friend, Ispent a few days in tehran and I know how you feel.There must be a way out of this.

PersianArchitect said...

my friend, Ispent a few days in tehran and I know how you feel.There must be a way out of this

good luck to all of us said...


Ali M said...

You cannot participate in rigged election that legitimate the islamic republic dictatorship and then complain about the lack of freedom.

Anonymous said...

I also wondered something: Are emails from servers passing through the United States automatically blocked from arriving at official Iranian governmental sites? Whenever I sent appeals to the Iranian Judiciary regarding cases such as Aghajari, Zarafshan, Pourzand, Arash, Saminejad, etc., I only get a lot of this:
----- The following addresses had permanent fatal errors -----

(reason: 550 Host unknown)

----- Transcript of session follows -----
550 5.1.2 ... Host unknown (Name server: host not found)

Even ex-VP Abtahi's "Contact Me" form on his current website just states an eventual "error" message after the Submit button is clicked, whether originating from either the English or Farsi page.

While we're on the subject, please spare me the lectures about the futility of submitting appeals to the Iranian Judiciary or other Iranian governmental bodies. Sending letters of appeal and solidarity to an authoritarian theocratic state in a language likely not to be understood is how an infidel heretic shiksa like me prays. I often think all prayer is like that.

By the way, I do congratulate you on your remarkably functional use of English. Given the Persian Blog Explosion, I was attempting at one time to return the favor. However, I couldn't help noticing that the Lonely Planet Farsi (Persian) Phrasebook actually includes on page 181 the reference for "They may say....": "You'll/ (S)he'll be charged with anti-government activity" ([Shoma/un] be jorm e fa'aliyat e zedd e dolati mohakeme khahid/khahad shod) not. I also couldn't help wondering about the implications of that Phrasebook's section on "Social Issues" (page 107) includes after the question "What do you think of the current/new government?" ([shoma] dar mored e dolat e jadid chi fekr mikonin?) there are several entries after the introduction of "I agree with their policy on...." ([man] ba siyasat e una dar mored e .... movafegham). You actually have to look elsewhere in the book to figure out how to formulate the negative of that statement. Once again, with feeling: Eek.

I really really really really like being an American.
Sincerely, Troy Z from the Great Satan. (Hey, just so long as you say it's Great!)

Darnell Clayton said...

Access Denied? I may be able to help you out. Email me for further instructions.