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By ATWadmin On April 26th, 2007 at 4:30 am

hijab.gifYou know, this would be almost comical if it weren’t so serious! Seems that those hot-blooded guys in downtown Tehran are so concerned that if they see a woman in a "skimpy Hijab", why their passions might just explode. And so it has  become necessary for the Iranian government to issue more than a thousand warnings and to have arrested dozens of women in a new drive aimed at forcing women whose dress is deemed inappropriate to adhere to Islamic dress rules. The nationwide drive — an annual pre-summer crackdown given greater prominence this year — is aimed primarily at women whose coats are seen as too tight, trousers excessively short or hejabs (headscarves) overly loose. It foresees handing out warnings and guidance to women found to have infringed its dress code in public. Those who show resistance to change can be arrested and then be the subject of legal proceedings.

Aren’t they pathetic? It’s my view that Iranian women should be able to dress as they wish but Islamic law has a problem with that, doesn’t it? It’s as if it fears the beauty of women and seeks to control it, to hide it. Of course modesty in dress is not to be sneered at but this sort of Islamic totalitarian control has to be absolutely rejected.

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By ATWadmin On April 21st, 2007 at 1:58 pm

Following from David’s "Letter from Iran", just thought I’d draw the Reader’s attention to another view of that vicious and depraved regime which rules in Iran.

It comes courtesy of an Iranian lady’s memories of her treatment at the hands of representatives of this "government" and serves to demonstrate what is the daily fare in this ‘Earthly Paradise’ (the mullahs’ own description). It should also show the value which these same servants of their god place on the girls and women of this paradise, and to remind us; that is if we needed any reminders, that these beliefs are held by many of those whom we have let into our own country on an unrestricted basis!


By ATWadmin On April 20th, 2007 at 8:59 pm

Have a read of the full letter below the fold from an Iranian woman  to Nancy Pelosi..it’s interesting to hear what an Iranian lady thinks….via Anti-Mullah. The words are as written, so bear with some of the sentence construction, you’ll get the point OK… 

Dear Mr. Allain Peter,

I heard that Mrs. Nancy Pelosi is coming to Iran. Of course we Iranian know why. Please help us to reach Americans and give our message to whoever listens to us. Mrs. Nancy Pelosi wants to come to Iran, Who doesn’t know why? Who doesn’t know it is a long time that the road to white house is passing through Ayatollah’s door step. Thanks to some stupid American diplomats. Who doesn’t know, that time and again, these stupid politicians, act fast to implore and kiss the Mullah’s ass.

An example is Mrs. Albright’s stupid Apology that cost her to be scorned by the Mullah’s. These politicians made it clear to the Mullah’s that we are not in power any more, and you are in control. You are the real supper power and we are a puppet in your finger’s tip. Please have mercy and send us to white house.

She is coming to accept the Mullah’s request of years, the same request that some honorable politician did not accepted. She is coming to do a despicable acceptance in hurry to sell every right Iranian people as a human have especially Iranian women, for Mullah’s help on sending them to white house . Shame on her.

Nancy Pelosi forgot that right after 9/11 these same honorable people under such a savage regime came out to the street with candles to send their condolences to American people and this regime tortured them for it. Now Nancy Pelosi is coming to auction all the human rights these innocent people may have.

Who doesn’t know what the Mullah’s asked during these years? They send their meassages with every linkage to U.S and now she is going to use it for reaching to the white house.

The Mullah’s sent a clear massage

1- Support our terrorist, tyranny, inhumane regime. It means do not let any sound of opposition in your soil. Nobody should tell anything against whatever we do in Iran.

2- Do not talk about human rights in Iran. If we stoned Iranian women, we don’t want to here your voice, if we executed our children in streets corner, keep quiet and ask your united nation to shut up too.

If we rape the women in our prisons and hit them to dead like Zahra Kazemmi, you don’t let any picture in your TVs, if we ordered one savage Pasdar rape a little girl in prison before we execute her and the next morning we ask the price of bullets that we killed her with, from her parents, you continue the silence that you have now.

If you see the pictures of our torture and street corner execution that makes the Nazi’s look good turn your head, if we make the Hezbollah’s army in another country to fight with countries like Israel, it is not your business don’t put your nose there. If we swoop up the Iranian wealth and let them live under the poverty line, of course all super power love it, so keep the silence and don’t let any body put our picture on any magazine’s cover so we are not force to assassinate them, like Rafsanjani did.

This is the road to white house and we have the key to it.

This is why Mrs. Nancy Pelosi wants to cover herself with Islamic dress and come to Iran to kiss the Mullah’s ass and open the way to white house for Democrats. She is the passenger of the inhumane and indecency and shamelessness road.

If thou feel not for others’ pain,
Thou shall not deserve to be humane.

I heard that Ayatollahs didn’t give her a visa, if it could be true for the first time I could clap for them although it sure will be with the order of some other countries like China and Russia. But just to slap on Nancy Pelosi’s face I could respect them. She has such a childish excitement from her foolish thought that she wouldn’t leave any respect for America.


Rotten to the Supreme Core

By ATWadmin On April 20th, 2007 at 12:44 am

ahm.jpgHere’s a story to bear in mind when you next see the smiling face of Ahmadinejad. First the good news: six brutal killers, members of the hard-line vigilante Basiji Force, have been convicted of the murders of five people. The bad news is Iran’s theocratic Supreme Court has overturned the verdicts. Three lower courts had found them guilty, but, according to the NYT:

“Iran’s Islamic penal code, which is a parallel system to its civic code, says murder charges can be dropped if the accused can prove the killing was carried out because the victim was morally corrupt. This is true even if the killer identified the victim mistakenly as corrupt.

What exactly is deemed corrupt is shown by two of their last victims, a couple engaged to be married, accused of “walking together in public”, enough in the eyes of these depraved killers and their indulgent “spiritual” guides to warrant their deaths. If anything alleviates the misery of the story it’s that this has not been unopposed, with newspapers reporting it and lawyers criticising the decision. I wonder how those brave dissenters will feel about Iran’s application for a seat on the UN Human Rights Council.


By ATWadmin On April 11th, 2007 at 4:03 am

Nuclear_fireball.jpgWere YOU amongst those celebrating Iranian "Nuclear technology Day"? I note that Iran, now basking in its well- deserved reputation as a giver of "gifts" to those it kidnaps and praised by the likes of the Bishop of Rochester for "moral and spiritual leadership", has shown how much it respects the international community by defying three United Nations resolutions and setting itself on a collision course with the United States. The maniacs mullahs in charge of this dark ages theocracy have declared that their energy rich nation has taken a step forward in its nuclear programme by moving to industrial scale enrichment. And we all know that Iran’s pursuit of nukes is entirely peaceful and driven by profound environmental concerns, and NOTHING to with wiping Israel off the map.

Talking Point – 10.04.07

By ATWadmin On April 10th, 2007 at 11:37 am

‘Had the captured naval personnel been American, there is no way Iran would have emerged with the major propaganda coup that it did after the detention of Turney & Co.’  Discuss.


By ATWadmin On April 6th, 2007 at 6:01 pm

No sooner have the kidnapped British sailors returned home than we hear that life as guests of the Mullahs was not very pleasant. Who’s surprised at that then? Turns out that the  Royal Navy personnel seized by Iran were blindfolded, bound and held in isolation during their 13 days in captivity. They were lined up while weapons were cocked, making them "fear the worst", one of the 15 freed sailors revealed. The crew were told that if they did not admit they were in Iranian waters when captured that they faced seven years in prison, a press conference heard.

As one of them put it "opposing their captors was not an option." Perhaps not when they were captured but why on earth did they put up NO RESISTANCE when the Iranians first made for them? I hear a lot about flawed rules of engagement but when it comes down to it, the fact is that these sailors put up no resistance whatsoever, surrendered without a shot being fired, and one has to ask serious questions about the leadership shown and the determination to remain free questioned.  This is a shameful episode in the history of the Royal Navy and blame for the supine surrender must travel ALL THE WAY  up the command chain. If we are not prepared to fight our enemies, why even bother with the pretense of a Navy?


By ATWadmin On April 6th, 2007 at 8:36 am

iraqAFP_468x312.jpgSo, just a day after the Iranians release the kidnapped British sailors as a "gift", Iran provides another gift, this time in the shape of the brutal murder of four British soldiers, two of them women, who died when a huge Iranian-made bomb hit their patrol in Iraq. Have a look at the image attached, it shows cheering Iraqis holding aloft the helmet of one of the murdered British soldiers.

I heard George Galloway, that insufferable goon from the hard left, on the media today explaining that it was a disgrace that Blair was trying to blame this bombing on Iran. He claimed there was "no evidence" to suggest that this atrocity was carried out by technology provided by Iran, What a creep. Iran has been supplying Iraqi terrorists with weapons for several years now – have a look at this article in the New York Times, hardly the bastion of the right.

These poor people so brutally murdered yesterday were the victims of Iran. The Mullahs gift to them was a horrible death.

The sooner we start bombing Iran the better. It’s time to take this regime down. We need to strike where it creates maximum damage to this terrocracy, and if we don’t, and if we prevaricate as I suspect will be the case, then there will be more body bags coming home, more pointless deaths.

As a secondary point, those Iraqis dancing with joy as the death of British soldiers, and their ghoulish collecting of "souvenirs" from the bodies of dead British soldiers is an absolute disgrace to their country. Such barbarism makes me wonder why we make the sacrifice in the first place. I know these people are not typical of all Iraqis however and hope the Iraqi government condemns them and moves against them. They are, after all, the enemy within. 


By ATWadmin On April 5th, 2007 at 7:44 am

I make it a point of principle not to listen to the BBC’ “Today” programme on Radio 4 for the simple reason  that there is enough leftism around in this world without me going looking for it! But, yes you’ve guessed it, in a moment of madness, I tuned in for five minutes this morning and my low expectations were immediately fulfiled!

The discussion centred on the “gift” of the return from captivity of the 15 British sailors. “Triumph or Humiliation” was the frame for the discussion, though Lord knows how any sentient being could perceive this as a triumph for Britain. Enter stage left – Norman “Badger” Lamont, he who once served as Chancellor of the Exchequer under Margaret Thatcher. Norm’s now a Lord, of course, these politicians know how to look after each other you know. He’s also Chairman of the Iranian-British Chamber of Commerce. You can guess what’s coming!

Norm thought that diplomacy had been a success, though he was unable to tell us what had “negotiated” in order to obtain the unfortunates freedom. However he did feel that Britain had perhaps made a few mistakes. He believed that the UK going to the UN was a bad idea as that only annoyed Iran. He also felt that we failed to understand Iranian insecurities, espeically with those bad Americans having warships in the region. For good measure he threw in Iranian concerns about terrorists -entering Iran that is!

Surreal stuff from the Badger. It’s as much as he could do not to shout Allahu Akhbar and declare the 12th Imam as the UK’s best friend in heavenly places. He seems blinded to Iranian ambitions. He seems blinded to the fact that Iran is both providing insurgents and finding terrorism across the region.  What better man for the BBC to choose? 


By ATWadmin On April 4th, 2007 at 9:35 pm

Turkey-the-Trojan-Horse.jpgFollowing on from Mike’s post, which I fully endorse, I just wanted to add a few words on the subject of Iranian "gifts." I fully expect that these kidnapped sailors will be treated like heroes on their return and that the Foreign Office, that nest of vipers in Whitehall, will be smiling sagely at their imagined diplomatic skills. But what has happened to encourage the 12th Imam’s dining pal to release those his military illegally captured? Might it have anything to do with the Iranian diplomats being granted access to five Iranian terrorists captured in Iraq,  do you think? What promises has Blair’s gutless regime offered up do you reckon?

We know that the natural instinct of this British Government (and the Opposition for that matter) is to wave a white flag the minute any terror threatens. You can be sure that time will reveal exactly what Blair offered Ahmadinejad to secure "the gift" of these sailors. There is no other way to look at this other than as the humiliation of the Royal Navy and the cowardly British Government.

The British Lion has been de-fanged and openly neutered. The Iranians can generously now hand back the "gift" they illegally secured and Blair and the UK MSM will hail this as a victory for quiet common sense. It is nothing of the sort – it is a victory for a deranged Iranian regime that has much bigger plans to come. When they are armed with nukes, do you think quiet diplomacy will continue to "succeed". For those who have commented on my remark that a war with Iran is drawing closer, this "gift" does not change my prediction in any way. All it demonstrates that the UK will be a useless spectator.