Archive for May, 2007

God Alone!!!! Alone!!!

May 31, 2007

[Quran 39:45]

When GOD ALONE is mentioned, the hearts of those who do not believe in the Hereafter shrink with aversion. But when others are mentioned beside Him, they become satisfied.

و چون خدا به تنهايى ياد شود دلهاى كسانى كه به آخرت ايمان ندارند منزجر مى‏گردد و چون كسانى غير از او ياد شوند بناگاه آنان شادمانى مى‏كنند

Dear Friends,

What is our opinion to mention just God Alone? What our heart feel?

Do we feel aversion or we satisfied?

How about money or any other idols besides him?

What we really worship?

Money, power or Sex?

Pay attention that we may also worship religious leaders!

God Alone we should worship! Alone!

Regards,

Sepehr Mohamadi

سلام بر دوستان فارسی زبان
شما چه فکر می کنید؟
آیا ما با یاد خدا به تنهائی شاد می شویم؟
یا یاد پول، قدرت و یا شهوت ما را شادتر می کند؟
آیا برخی از ما در مجلسی که فقط یاد خدا باشد شرکت می کنیم؟
آیا اصلا چنین مجلسی وجود دارد؟
آیا مجلسی که ابتدا تا انتهای آن ذکر کسان دیگری غیر خداست موجب شادی ما می شود؟
کسان دیگر غیر خدا می تواند حتی ائمه معصومین ما باشند!!!
آیا ما علمای دین را در کنار خدا نمی پرستیم؟
بله، ممکن است ما آنها را سجده نکنیم ولی وقتی سخنان آنها را سخنان خدا قلمداد کنیم، ما در واقع آنها را می پرستیم.
آیا برخی از ما بت پرستی نوینی را رایج نکرده ایم؟
بتهای زر و زور و تزویر؟؟؟
سپهر محمدی

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He grants the provisions to whomever He wills!

May 27, 2007

[Quran 34:34-37]

Every time we sent a warner to a community, the leaders of that community said, “We reject the message you are sent with.”

They also said, “We are more powerful, with more money and children, and we will not be punished.”

Say, “My Lord is the One who controls all provisions; He grants the provisions to whomever He wills, or reduces them, but most people do not know.”

It is not your money or your children that bring you closer to us. Only those who believe and lead a righteous life will receive the reward for their works, multiplied manifold. In the abode of Paradise they will live in perfect peace.

Dear Friends,

We, humans, are getting transgressed, when we feel to be needless.

But we should pay attention that we are a created entity and we never can be needless!

We need to eat, we need to drink, we need to be safe, we need to sleep!

If we have some amount of money today that is not mean that we are needless.

We all should know any amount of money cannot change us from a needy human to something else.

Any amount of money or power may disapear today ro tomorrow. Our health may disapear tomorrow.

For what reason we can be proud? We only should take place somewhere near to the Lord of universe.

He is the only entity that we can count on. And he is the entity that grants the provisions of every creature in the world.

Sepehr Mohamadi

P.S. Saddam, The Iraqi Dictator is just a sample. George W Bush maybe another sample in the future!

Why our hearts may become hardened?

May 23, 2007

[Quran 57:16]

Is it not time for those who believed to open up their hearts for GOD’s message, and the truth that is revealed? They should not be like the followers of previous scriptures whose hearts became hardened with time and, consequently, many of them turned wicked.

[Bible-Proverbs 28:14]

Blessed is the man who always fears the Lord, but he who hardens his heart falls into trouble.

Dear Friends,

We are humans!

It’s in our humanity to be happy about believes we have and to be conservative about the new truthes that we face with.

But we should always be aware about this.

Our eyes always should be open for new truthes from wherever it comes.

We should be open to any truth.

If it’s a poor man in a road that claims that or a rich.A scientist or an ordinary school student. An Iranian claims that or an Afghan or American. A muslim claims that or a christian or Jewish or even atheist!

Our heart should be open to any new truthes that revealed to us.

And if we don’t do that? What happening to us?

Our hearts are become hardened and after a while we are turning wicked.

I hope that all of humans that read these statements are always to be open about any new truthes that revealed to them and don’t let theire hearts to be hardened.

Ameen,

Sepehr Mohamadi

Bloody Hijab!!!

May 21, 2007

Dear Friends,

When Hijab is assumed mandatory and Police is the party that should take this action what result we must estimate other than this???

Is this Islam?

Is this Humanity?

Is this because of Iranian National Security?

No!

It’s just because of frightening people!

It’s just because asuming them just like animals!

It’s a tool for strengthen dictatorship in the name of Holy Islam.

The worst dictatorship ever seen!

Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) Told:

“The Government remains with atheism but never remains with oppression.”

Sepehr Mohamadi

A new community is founding, Please Vote!

May 20, 2007

Dear Friends,

You may wonder a lot about this post, but that is true!

I’m going to found a new comunity like Yahoo 360 or MySpace.

As some of you may know I am a network engineer and blogging is just my hobby.

In this new community, people can join and speak about everything they wish there.

The new community will have very very intresting new features.

Groups are very important there and blogging is very intresting!

I wil speak about the features later but for the moment I need your votes about it’s name!

This comunity is trying to be a Public Sphere.

Public Sphere is introduced by Jorgen Hubermas in 1983 and you can read about it in wikipedia.

I have three names in my mind.

Unfortunaly “pubsphere.com” is registered. But I may discuss with them and purchase it from them. But “pub-sphere.com” is not registered.

Also Apadana was an ancient Iranain Hall that people from different nations gather there and speak about anything there.

So I have these options, Please let me know which one you prefer.

For your information this community will be an english based community so my english speaking friends are most welcome.

Thanks a lot for joining my polling,

Sepehr Mohamadi

Allah, God, Hope & Fear

May 12, 2007

[Quran 72:22]

Say, “No one can protect me from GOD, nor can I find any other refuge besides Him.

Iran, US, Grand Bargain!!!

May 6, 2007

Dear Friends,
This article is from Nicholas Kristof and published in NY Times
I have wrote something about this proposal by Iranian reformist government before.
Here is the detail for this proposal.
I hope that diplomacy doors open once again, even with President A.(Ahmadinejad) and President B.(Bush) irrational governments!!
Sepehr Mohamadi
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by NICHOLAS D. KRISTOF
Sunday, April 29, 2007

In May 2003, Iran sent a secret proposal to the U.S. for settling our mutual disputes in a “grand bargain.”

It is an astonishing document, for it tries to address a range of U.S. concerns about nuclear weapons, terrorism and Iraq. I’ve placed it and related documents (including multiple drafts of it) on my Blog,Www.nytimes.com/ontheground.

Hard-liners in the Bush administration killed discussions of a deal, and interviews with key players suggest that was an appalling mistake. There was a real hope for peace; now there is a real danger of war.

Scattered reports of the Iranian proposal have emerged previously, but if you read the full documentary record you’ll see that what the hard-liners killed wasn’t just one faxed Iranian proposal but an entire peace process.

The record indicates that officials from the repressive, duplicitous government of Iran pursued peace more energetically and diplomatically than
senior Bush administration officials – which makes me ache for my country.

The process began with Afghanistan in 2001-2. Iran and the U.S., both opponents of the Taliban, cooperated closely in stabilizing Afghanistan and
providing aid, and unofficial “track two” processes grew to explore opportunities for improved relations.

On the U.S. side, track two involved well-connected former U.S. ambassadors, including Thomas Pickering, Frank Wisner and Nicholas Platt. The Iranian
ambassador to the U.N., Javad Zarif, was a central player, as was an Iranian-American professor at Rutgers, Hooshang Amirahmadi, who heads a friendship group called the American Iranian Council.

At a dinner the council sponsored for its board at Ambassador Zarif’s homein September 2002, the group met Iran’s foreign minister, Kamal Kharrazi.
According to the notes of Professor Amirahmadi, the foreign minister told the group, “Yes, we are ready to normalize relations,” provided the U.S.
made the first move.

This was shaping into a historic opportunity to heal U.S.-Iranian relations,and the track two participants discussed further steps, including joint U.S.-Iranian cooperation against Saddam Hussein. The State Department and National Security Council were fully briefed, and in 2003 Ambassador Zarif met with two U.S. officials, Ryan Crocker and Zalmay Khalilzad, in a series of meetings in Paris and Geneva.

Encouraged, Iran transmitted its “grand bargain” proposals to the U.S. One version was apparently a paraphrase by the Swiss ambassador in Tehran; that
was published this year in The Washington Post.

But Iran also sent its own master text of the proposal to the State
Department and, through an intermediary, to the White House. I’ve also posted that document, which Iran regards as the definitive one.

In the master document, Iran talks about ensuring “full transparency” and other measures to assure the U.S. that it will not develop nuclear weapons.
Iran offers “active Iranian support for Iraqi stabilization.” Iran also contemplates an end to “any material support to Palestinian opposition groups” while pressuring Hamas “to stop violent actions against civilians within” Israel (though not the occupied territories). Iran would support thetransition of Hezbollah to be a “mere political organization within Lebanon” and endorse the Saudi initiative calling for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Iran also demanded a lot,including “mutual respect,” abolition of sanctions, access to peaceful nuclear technology and a U.S. statement that Iran did not belong in the “axis of evil.” Many crucial issues, including
verification of Iran’s nuclear program, needed to be hammered out. It’s not clear to me that a grand bargain was reachable, but it was definitely worth pursuing -and still is today.

Instead, Bush administration hard-liners aborted the process. Another round of talks had been scheduled for Geneva, and Ambassador Zarif showed up – but
not the U.S. side. That undermined Iranian moderates.

A U.S.-Iranian rapprochement could have saved lives in Iraq, isolated Palestinian terrorists and encouraged civil society groups in Iran. But instead the U.S. hard-liners chose to hammer plowshares into swords.

Hijab is not Mandatory!!!

May 2, 2007

[Quran 2:256]

There shall be no compulsion in religion: the right way is now distinct from the wrong way.

Dear Friends,

Iranian Government unfortunatly started a very bad stream against what is called ” Bad Hijab”

That means that they force women to cover their Head in Hijab with Compulsion.

Is this what is asked by religion?

Is this what is asked by prophet Mohammad(PBUH)?

Never!!!

There shall be no compulsion in religion!

Forcing others to go to heaven???!!!!

What they think?

What is this young girl think about Islam after this horrible action against her?

I completly condemn forcing anyone to wear Hijab and also to not wear Hijab as in France.

Early days of Islamic revolutionary Ayatalloh Taleqani said that Hijab is not mandatory.

Now seems that they all forget what they promised to people!!!

Here is a copy of newspaper and It’s main Headline!

Sepehr Mohamadi

P.S. Hijab is what Muslim women cover their Head with. You can refer to wikipedia about it.

P.S.2 Ayatollah Taleqani was an open minded clergy man (He was just an exception!) and he died after Islamic revolutionary suddenly, very unbelievable!