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Khamenei-Ahmadinejad regime is a criminal enterprise!

Thursday, December 31st, 2009


Khamenei-Ahmadinejad regime is a criminal enterprise!

(The shocking videos from Ashura events in Tehran testify.)


Ali Talebinejad

Dec. 30, 2009

The corrupted regime of Khamenei-Ahmadinejad, instead of using the revenues from oil, gas and other natural resources of Iran for elevating the economy and security standard of Iranian people, has been abusing the national financial resources for creating artificial crises inside and outside Iran. In this process, those criminals, without any care to the short-term and long-term interests of Iranian people,  have been worsening the state of science, technology, culture and economy in the country and pushing it further in a backward direction.

The following video clips (No. 1 to 4) which were recorded by the people on the streets of Tehran on Ashura day (Dec. 27, 2009) are yet another proof that this regime is a criminal enterprise. This is because the regime has been wasting the lives and energy of a nation just to stay in power and abuse its resources. Viewing of these shocking video clips can awaken the conscience of any decent human being and oblige him/her not to stop trying as much as he/she can to shorten the life this criminal regime.


1. The military forces of Khamenei-Ahmadinejad regime, in an organized manner, brutally attack the peaceful protesters who are marching near ValiAsr intersection.


2. Military van of Khamenei-Ahmadinejad regime charges through the crowd in ValiAsr square and after over running a protester, goes back and forth and runs over that lifeless body which had fallen on the street.


3. A protester bleeds to death.


4. The head of Tehran police (Pasdar Radan) delivers fabricated lies about those killed during Ashura protests.


The rest of these videos (No. 5 to 8) show the bravery, sacrifice, and dignity of freedom-seeking Iranians who despite all the crimes afflicted on them by the regime and its paid agents, freeing the oppressive police forces who had been trapped and just moments earlier have been beating people up with clubs and opening fire on them. The maturity and high moral grounds of those merciful people is admirable!

5. A group of angry protesters surrounding a company of repressive police motorcyclists while some of them are firing guns.


6. The oppressive police forces have dropped their motorcycles from the fear of people and tumbling over each other in a corner to protect themselves from assumed retaliation.


7. Angry protesters set fire on tens of motorcycles of the trapped repressive police force.


8. The repressive police force taking off their uniforms from fear while getting protection from the people who are also helping them to flee the scene.

Boston Marathon and Women Rights in Iran

Monday, April 20th, 2009


by: Ali Talebinejad
April 16, 2007

Despite the heavy rain and wind storm, Boston witnessed its 111th Marathon today, Monday, April 16, 2007 and the 1st man and woman runners were:
Robert Cheruiyot, 2:14:13            Lidiya Grigoryeva, 2:29:18
and for the wheelchair:
Masazumi Soejima 1:29:16           Wakako Tsuchida, 1:53:30.

The Boston Marathon is the world’s oldest annual marathon and ranks as one of the world’s most prestigious road racing events. Approximately 500,000 spectators line the 42.2-Km (26.2-mile) course annually. Women and men started the race together today and were officially running shoulder to shoulder but it was not the case even 35 years ago!

Roberta Gibb was the first woman to run the full Boston Marathon in 1966. Gibb, who did not run with an official race number during any of the three years (1966-68) that she was the first female finisher, hid in the bushes near the start until the race began. In 1967, Katherine Switzer did not clearly identify herself as a female on the race application and was issued a bib number. B.A.A. officials tried unsuccessfully to physically remove Switzer from the race once she was identified as a woman entrant. At the time of Switzer’s run, the Amateur Athletics Union (A.AU.) had yet to formally accept participation of women in long distance running. When the A.A.U. permitted its sanctioned marathons (including Boston) to allow women entry in the fall of 1971, Nina Kuscsik’s 1972 B.A.A. victory the following spring made her the first official champion. Eight women started that race and all eight finished.

In some countries like Iran, women still do not have the same rights as men do and are especially restricted when it comes to many sports. For example women do not feel comfortable biking in streets even with what is considered Islamic outfits and will be harassed and intimidated by officials even if they decide to do so. We hope that authorities in countries such as Iran get enough lessons from history and do not reinvent it so especially women are not discriminated against any longer.

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مهم: مطالب جدید انگلیسی و ترجمه فارسی

Friday, March 30th, 2007


این بخش حاوی مقالات و مطالب جدید، جالب و مهمی است که از منابع موثق گردآوری شده و ارزش ترجمه به فارسی را دارند

 اگرمایل به ترجمه هر یک از این مطالب هستید، لطفا عنوان آنرا به ایمیل زیر ارسال دارید تا برای جلوگیری از ترجمه تکراری آنرا در این لیست منعکس کنیم. مطالب ترجمه شده، در صورت تمایل شما، بنام خودتان روی این سایت منتشر خواهد شد

 در موسسه علمی شیرین، ما تجربه خوبی در ترجمه تیمی  در طی سالهای گذشته داشته ایم. بنابراین اگر دنبال افراد علاقه مند برای کار ترجمه تیمی میگردید برایمان ایمیل بفرستید

 اگر خود شما به مطلبی برجسته ای برخورید که ارزش اضافه کردن به این لیست را دارد، لطفأ آدرس اینترنتی آنرا با عنوان یا توضیح یک-خطی برایمان ایمیل کنید 



مقالات جدید

Boston Marathon and Women Rights

Gen.Pets Has Made Live Dolls!
Translated by N. Naghizadeh
ساخت عروسکهای زنده توسط شرکت جن-پتز

Math Research Team Maps E8

Metric Moon
Translation started by A. Nekooeian & M. Nekoueian on April 17, 2007

One Tough Mama
یک مادر سرسخت

Review of “300″ book 
Translated by M. Jafarpoor
“نقدی بر کتاب “300

Superhero comics offer super physics lessons

مقالات قبلی

Archive of NASA Science News: Source of short & informative articles
Note: Mr. Aboutaleb Nekoueian, an active member of Shirin Translation Group, has expressed interest in translating NASA News and is looking for team members.

B Complex Made Simpler: MIT biologists solve vitamin puzzle
Translation started by B. Moshref on March 27, 2007

Breading Giant Rabbits for Food in North Korea

Chinese Opium Wars and American Cigarettes Boom in Iran
Translated by Milan
جنگ تریاک چین و وفور سیگارهای آمریکایی در ایران

First Steps to Mars
Translated by A. Nekoueian
اولین قدمها برای سفر به مریخ

How to Come up with Great Ideas?

Iran’s Nuclear Vision First Glimpsed at MIT

Origin of the Eunuchs Operating System!

Palestine Peace NOT Apartheid: A book by Jimmy Carter

Quality of Life, 2007 Index

You Can Stop “Normal” Aging!
Translated by M. Jafarpoor
!شما میتوانید جوان بمانید

TechnoArt Bike at Cambridge Science Festival
Translated by M. Tamasbi
نمایش دوچرخه تکنو-آرت در جشنواره علمی کمبریج

Vaccine for Preventing Cancer in Women!?