Powered by WebAds

Friday, June 26, 2009

Iranian dissidents seek Israeli technological help

Iranian dissidents have appealed to Israelis to help them break the technological stranglehold that the Islamist regime has attempted to place on their country.
"Dear Israeli Brothers and Sisters," writes Iranian dissident Arash Irandoost, "Iran needs your help more than ever now. And we will be eternally grateful. Please help opposition television and radio stations which are blocked and being jammed by the Islamic Republic (Nokia and Siemens) resume broadcast to Iran. There is a total media blackout and Iranians inside Iran for the most part are not aware of their brave brothers and sisters fighting and losing their lives daily. And the unjust treatment and brutal massacre of the brave Iranians in the hands of the mullah's paid terrorist Hamas and Hizbullah gangs are not seen by the majority of the Iranians. Please help in any way you can to allow these stations resume broadcasting to Iran.

"And, please remember that we will remember, as you have remembered Cyrus the Great's treatment of you in your time of need," Irandoost concludes, signing his blogged call for help "Your Iranian Brothers and Sisters!"

In an interview with Israel National News, Iranian expatriate pro-democracy activist Amil Imani said that Irandoost's message represents the sentiments of much of the youth in the streets in Iran. They have a strong belief in the technological know-how of the Israelis to overcome the Iranian regime's attempts to block communications.

"This is going to be the most massive, impressive revolution of the 21st century," Imani said, "and we're seeing it live." However, he added, it is now too dependent on Internet communications, so the protesters are very much in need of outside assistance to fight the technological and information war.

More generally, Imani said, the Iranian people are lionizing any leader of any nation who comes out strongly against the Islamic Republic at this time.

The article I linked includes yet another report that claims that most of the thugs who are beating and killing the dissidents in the street are Arabs from the 'Palestinian Authority' and from Hezbullah in Lebanon. It sounds like Israel's relations with Iran could improve drastically if the dissidents win. Let's hope that happens.


At 10:18 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Israel does have a debt to repay to the descendants of Cyrus. If the Jewish State can fulfill it, it should do so.

At 10:11 AM, Blogger Moriah said...

Guns, technological know - how and Yamam.


Post a Comment

<< Home