Friday, November 16, 2007

Hillary and the Islamic Republic

Kamangir: General Prosecuting Attorney, Cleric Dorri Najafabadi, issued a letter blaming the administration for their lack of strict control over Iranian students abroad.

According to Roozonline [Persian], the letter advocates for a decision made earlier for creating Islamic councils in foreign universities, as well as secret surveillance of the students in order to discover and persecute those who “act in contrary to the national security and the Islamic identity”.

The letter also emphasizes on more sever actions, including making students barred from getting back to the country. The letter demands the authorities to reply rapidly on how they have acted in this regard.
Rooz writes, “Currently, 70,000 Iranian students study abroad, most of whom are not supported by grants from the Islamic Republic. Ahmadinejad tried to decrease this number as soon as he took the power”. The author calls these measures “Exporting the second cultural revolution abroad”.--

I think the IR and their cronies in the US are already laying the ground work for establishing such Islamic Organizations in American universities if Hillary Clinton is elected to be the President in 2008. Hillary being a foreign policy *realist* is ready to straddle the fence on the Islamic Republic.


Anna Ny Mouse said...

Serendip jan, Nice to see you back and writing again. Read shima's Nov.15 post.
It seems more and more people are realizing the truth. for the same reason I'm sure Hilary will win. its been decided already.

Anna Ny Mouse said...

oh, sorry. I meant shiva's. the one about the Iranian powers behind our dear Ahmaghi. her blog name starts with Shima.

Frieda said...

Hillary's infamous “fucking Jew bastard” quote and how the media reported it at the time give us a good idea of who is on board with Pant Suits and who is just merely towing the line. The AP, Time, CBS and Reuters seem to be her biggest supporters. Something to keep in mind as we watch the unfolding election....

“f***ing Jew bastard” [The Times (London), 18 July 2000]

“f—–g Jew bastard” [New York Daily News, 17 July 2000]

“f****** Jew bastard” [The Times (London), 16 July 2000]

“f—– Jew b——” [UPI, 17 July 2000; euphemized fucking is one hyphen short]

“Jew bastard” [Reuters, 10, 16, 17 July 2000]

“Jew bastard” [The Washington Post, 18 July 2000]

“Jew bastard” [New York Daily News, 18 July 2000]

“Jew b——” [AP, 16 July 2000]

“an obscenity-laced, anti-Semitic slur” [AP, 19 July 2000]

“an anti-Semitic obscenity” [AP and St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 26 July 2000]

“uttered an anti-Jewish slur” [Reuters, 16 July 2000]

“made an anti-Jewish remark” [TIME, 24 July 2000, p. 64]

“used rough language” and an “anti-Semitic slur.” [CBS Radio News, 16 July 2000]


Lesly said...

It is unfortunately going to take President Billary for conservatives to resume giving a shit about warrantless wiretaps and expanding government surveillance powers, excuse my French. Hell, if we have no problem with U.S. companies manufacturing surveillance tools for the Chinese (NYTimes, reg. req.), why not outsource our services to Iran?

The first idea that popped into my head when I read this was our watered-down FISA, the NSA, etc.

And hello, Serendip. Nice to see you still blogging strong. :)