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Thursday, March 09, 2006

In possible war Do and How I must be as brave as those?


Iran nuclear dispute sent to Security Council and I am going to south Iran for the second time where Iran -Iraq war occurred there. They speak and show us how young people like us in 20 years ago with courage fight with enemy and we must influenced on their speeches and … on the way to back home maybe many of us are thinking how we must to be as brave as those (about 1,000,000) martyrs in the new possible war.
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ps:i really respect who defended my country from sinister army of saddam .
My last year post

7 comments:

B said...

Salam Yasser,

thanks for the blog. I think it is good that we, the young people of Iran, are reminded of the sacrifices made for our freedom and independence. One does need a good reminder now and then. And we can all be brave as them - when the time is right. They were just like us. And we are reminded more often nowdays because of the possible war or conflict. I dislike wars - they are horrible things and source of corruption and immorality: but when ones dignity, independence and nation is undermined I would choose bloody resistance instead of oppressed and humiliating peace and stability. Let us hope it doesn't go that way.

English Hippy chick said...

Hello Yasser - I'm English from London. I just want to say hello - I know that there are thousands of young bloggers in Iran - and that many have been stopped and some bloggers have been imprisoned. I wish you well and I hope those stupid Americans don't come and make things even worse for you and your country.
I wish there was more we could do to make the world a peaceful place.... did you hear anything about the women on March 8th (International Women's Day) in Tehran who were badly beaten by the police? I found this on a well-respected website. Keep writing - it's good for us to be able to read about what's happening in your country without all the censorship.

Edward said...

Iran's war with Iraq is little known in western countries. We are good at forgetting what is inconvenient to us. Knowing each others' history is an important way of learning to appreciate the value of other people.
Keep blogging,

Edward

Anonymous said...

Bravery and honor are wasted if the cause is dishonorable...and who could claim that Iran's desire for nuclear weapons is not dishonorable? Iran has supported terrorism against Israel for many years, yet Israel - which does have nuclear weapons has never even threatened Iran with them...Iran knows it has nothing to fear from an Israeli attack: Israel has too many other problems to try something so stupid and unprofitable. So who else would attack Iran? The USA? They could have done that years ago if they wanted to - but they didn't. The only reason for Iran to have Nuclear weapons would be to *start * a war - and the world wont allow that to happen.For young Iranians to give up their lives for a bloodthirsty regime makes no sense: bravery and honor comes from staying alive and fighting for a free, open, tolerant society.
Please God, no war; but if war, please God, stay safe, Yasser...

Stupid American

b said...

hi again,

I hope you feeling better about it ...
I heard something today about this so I'm gonne share it with you. Someone I know said this: "Iranian state media has tried to represent a very pious and religious picture of our shahids - those of revolution and during the iraq-iran war. This is a mistake" . He was right - not all those boys and men and elderly - and women- that fought were so perfectly religious. They were just normal people. They weren't born heros: they became heros after what they did. And if you are familiar with resistance literature you would know them more: South American literature are also very good - as good as the sacred-defense (Iran-iraq war) literature. I am now reading a book on women struggles for respect and independence ... since I am a girl that is also one of my "jahad"s! It is very helpful - but one should also be very alert and critical.

b

ANTI-PIXIE said...

hello!
war is not for everyone....just because someone in your family may or may not have been a a war 20 yrs ago dosen't mean you have to start fighting now...its up to you
first i would say to look at what ur fighting for and is it really worth risking your life for....
i would never want anyone to look back on there life and realize all the thing they could have done differently had they had a choose. Yasser...you are who you are and what ever happens you are the one who has to look yourself in the mirror everyday.....sooooooo all i have to say is....choose wisely and remenber the worst thing a person can do themselves is to always look back.......

mutz said...

yasser just say to yourself...
i will neither live or die for your ideas...
keep safe...