Saturday, December 30, 2006

Saddam's execution and The eternal Persian Gulf

After a long time of absence and forgetting the whole blogsphere at all, I remembered that “Cyber Faith” belongs to me and it is so insulting if I continue leaving my blog alone and release it to set liberal! I lost it at all after an approximate 10-days period of aggressive study for the ending-session examinations.
Today’s dawn, I remembered my Persian and English blog (Both) after giving an intolerable and unbelievable Arithmetic-Mathematics exam that I am not sure that even the one half of total score could be gotten out of my answers or not!!
In these absence days, some various events happened that some of them, made us happy and also we became upset for some the others.
Saddam Husain, the former Iraqi dictator has been executed after decades of terror, aggression and violence that imposed on the people of his country, Iran, Kuwait.
Of course you know that about 300,000 of Iranian youth and other class members of Iran have been killed and martyred for about 13 years ago during the savagely and unequal war between Iraq and Iran.
Saddam fired the war just one year after the victory of Islamic revolution up, when Iran had not even an integrated and unit military force. Iran struggled with Iraq with really empty hands and any type of failure was common and expectable.
So Saddam’s execution was a really cheerful and interesting happening to us, as violated Iranians.
In the other hand, we experienced some bitter incidents, related to the eternal Persian Gulf that I will narrate them to you in next posts. Also I promise to be back in next few days, anyhow I cannot be neglectful about the upcoming New Year and glorious celebration of Christmas due to the numerous Saint Clauses cruising in our streets and giving Xmas prizes to children and young people!
By the way, lets inform you that I translated my Curriculum Viate (resume) by the order of my website’s designer for the new version of Imaneemrooz.com that comes soon:
Sayyed Iman (Kourosh) Ziabari, Born on April 1991


The world's youngest journalist in year 2003·
The member of IFJ (International Federation of Journalists)
The member of AYWJ (Association of Young Writers and Journalists)
The member of International Environmental Journalists Association·
The member of global journalists list
The member of International Social Journalists Club
The member of Journalists Without-Borders
Reporter, author, translator and the designer of Hatef Weekly Magazine
The head manager of "Kawsar Al Tahaa" institute bureau of technology
Editor and evaluator of Iranian Technology News Agency
Administrator of Guilan's students research center
The member of pupils' assembly of Rasht
The reporter of Iranian Quarnic News Agency (IQNA)
Technology and international affairs blogger advanced team member of Washington Post daily
Technology columnist of E'temaade Melli newspaper
Technology columnist of E'temaad newspaper
Technology columnist of Jame Jam newspaper
Technology columnist of Kargozaaran newspaper·
Technology columnist of Shargh newspaper (Recently closed)
Technology columnist of Danesh-va-computer monthly magazine
Technology and society columnist of Soroush-Haftegi magazine·
Tourism and cultural heritage columnist of Iran newspaper·
Involving in the international magazines of Italia, England, India, Pakistan and United States·
Gave more than 50 interview with interior and outside Iran magazines, radio channels and televisions
The national winner of best students magazines chief editor title
Selected researcher of Guilan state for 3 years
Winner of 2 silver medals of 5th and 6th national skills competition
2 books published (The collection of Interviews with contemporary writers and authors), (A house on the hill, translated novel from Elizabeth Laird)

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am requesting Shia and Sunni Muslims and this is attempt of US and Jews to create differences between Shia and Sunni muslims, by posing that Shia's hand Saddam on the day of eid ul adha. He may be hanged by but no of the day of eid. It is for igniting the fire between shia and sunni and putting iran cornered left over by Arab countries and muslims all over the world. The America or israel (as it feel threatened) will surely attack iran.

Cina said...

Very well written!

I understand that you may not be able to reveal some of the background to the war due to your place of residence. Specially, why Iran was in such chaos not being able to kick Saddam out for first two years of the war!

I use this opportunity to state a few points and hope that the readers do take the time to read:

1- While Saddam was the true aggressor, Mullahs in Iran were more at fault for trying to topple his regime by EXPORTING Islamic Revolution. Do not forget that Saddam kicked khomeini out of Iraq.

2- Slaughter of Iranian Generals left a military without any commanding officer and who did that?!

Cina said...

Very well written!

I understand that you may not be able to reveal some of the background to the war due to where you live but I will use this opportunity to share a few points about the war with Iraq.

1- While Saddam was the true aggressor, Mullahs in Iran were more at fault for trying to topple his regime by exporting Islamic Revolution. Do not forget that Saddam Kicked Khomeini out of Iraq!

2- Slaughter of Iranian Generals left a military without any commanding officer. Who did that to Iran?!

Anonymous said...

We Americans are tired of Bush. Only 33% of US people even have a little faith in Bush. We will elect Hillary Clinton next year, who wants peace with Iran and Muslim countries. Most US people are good and do not want war, unless we are attacked like in 9-11.