Libyans celebrating their hard-fought victory over Gadhafi. 21 August 2011. Gianluigi Guercia/AFP
long overdue and may the people of Libya bring forth a government that allows them their rights and lives and leads the nation to justice, peace and prosperity.
Congratulations to the Libyan people they have shown that there is a price to pay for freedom and win !Hope this will be a lesson to the Iranian people that they have to come out and stay out and finish the job this time.
Third phase of the Libyan civil war appears to be drawing to a close. Interesting to see if a fourth phase of warfare develops and/or if an Islamic Republic emerges.
Libya would be better served by a democracy rather than an Islamic state.why go backwards?
"Libya On Verge of Liberation"By Al-Qaeda backed rebels? Yeah right..See how things turn out in two months...The "rebels" are different factions bound together by their hatred for Qaddafi..Now that Daffi's gone, who rules Libya and in what way? There's more to it than meets the eye."Liberation" is a bit of a heavy work. Kinda like Iraq was also "Liberated".
"Congratulations to the Libyan people they have shown that there is a price to pay for freedom and win !Hope this will be a lesson to the Iranian people that they have to come out and stay out and finish the job this time."So you'll be happy for many Iranians to be killed in the streets just to satisfy your wishes? And this is coming from someone who's not even living in Iran but in the safety of a distant land??Shows how brave you are...
A true madman... unfit to be in such a position.Highly anti Iranian and anti-Shia... thank gone going !Now all arms at the hands of diffrerent tribes and groups shall lead to Lybia torn apart and each part (OIL) falling to Europe and US and China... this will take pressure off Iran and its OIL and makes Saudi Oil less important and thus Saudi Royals are to be next ;)I doubt however this war to be over so soon.
I don't see any comment by the basijis usually leaving their comments here (A few during the past few weeks) about how NATO has become stuck in Libya ! Next one is Assad !
Anon 12:15 AM"if an Islamic republic emerges"They just left 42 years of dictatorship there will no "fourth phase"and no Islamic republic neither just the end of this nasty terrorist regime and the beginning of a new civil society better known as a democracy put that in Khamenei pipe and tell him to smoke it.
anon 3:10you are a sick man. How can you even consider an Iranian taking up arms against fellow Iranians.see what became of the MKO and the Jond ol ollagh or the Pejak bastards only traitors want that.Iran has already been liberated a few decades ago from a despotic Monarch.
anon 6:7remember "Misssion accomplished" ?Next is the Saudi Royal family, along with it the Bahraini and may be just to get the World cup out of Qatar !! also the Qatari family.(same was told to Iranians when Afghans were changed, then the Iraqis.. and what happened ? They are more Pro Iranians than anyone else)At the End of the day your house in Tel Aviv shall be handed to an Old Palestinian family.Wait and see
Anon. Aug. 22 7:38You can give everything I have in Tel Aviv to the palestinians.
---" How can you even consider an Iranian taking up arms against fellow Iranians."---The theocrats have no trouble at all in taking up arms against Iranian citizens...or in killing Iranians that they've imprisoned.spare us to absurd idea that forcing them to loosen their grip from the nation's throat is wrong.
Anon August 22 6:35"Iran has already been liberated a few decades ago from a despotic Monarch"Yeah its the mullahs and their "fellow Iranians"who are killing and raping other "fellow Iranians" so lets sit on our asses and take it because we are "fellow Iranians."You mean the mullahs are liberated to do as they please do I have to teach you history lesson.I bet you live in London.
Yet another stupid pro western despot gone.
LOLOLOLThose of who think Libya will be LESS Islamic now are out of your minds. People like Ghadaffi and Mubarak fought Islamic parties just like the Shah, and the result of each revolution will be the same - Greater influence by Muslim groups.
The mullahs wished they never entered politics.They wished they stayed in mosque and do their prayers and collect their donations as they had done for 1400 years but they are dirty now and need to be washed out for good and take their dirt with them.
Anon 3:49 PMThe Gadhafi regime was a terrorist regime just like the terrorist regime in Tehran Islam is a religion just like any other religion by your logic Germany was less Christian under Adolf Hitler than was after.Governments come and go systems come and go just like Gadhafi came and went as well as Islamic Republic came and will be goingbut countries and people stay.And another thing it shows how little you know of Iranian history in fact the Shah supported the mullahs because they were against communism and communism was the main threat to Iran. Under the Shah Iran built the most mosques and the Shah was a very religious man.In fact he was more religious than some of these charlatans that rule Iran today.
Iran is not a Terror regime.Iran destroyed the terror despot 30 years ago and is constantly approaching pure democracy.no matter what you say...Iran is one of the most independent nations on earth and you are going to die a sad and angry man.last anon
Anon 3:58 PM"Iran destroyed the terror despot 30 years ago and is constantly approaching pure democracy".Why don't you go back and help buildyour pure democracy in the theocratic state?No in fact I'm going to die a very happy man knowing that people like you believe and support this regime!For sure I know now that your loving theocracy will pass away soon.The only thing Iran is constantly approaching is the annihilation of the theocratic regime!
Anon 3:58 PM..."no matter what you say"You just keep those blinkers and ear plugs on it wont do you any good!
Iran is indeed approaching democracy.The Iranians are going to have to kill an Ayatollah or two as well a bunch of their goons to get closer, but it's coming.
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