Category: Iranian.com a Zionist & Bahai scam site


Discrimination against minorities in Iran

The sponsor of the video Fakhteh “Luna” Zamani is a well-known con-artist that long ago was outed as befriending separtist groups calling for division and annexation of Northern Iran.  In the photo published several years ago (pictured below) — which was also previously called to the attention of Iranian.com —  such groups refer to Northern Iran as “South Azerbaijan” and display the flag of another country over Iran’s territory.  If the people that operate Iranian.com or Fakhteh “Luna” Zamani ever returned to Iran, I have absolutely no doubt whatsoever that the overwhelming majority of the people of Iran (acting independently of the government of Iran) would demand that they stand trial for the crime of treason.  These separatist groups (including sponsors like Iranian.com) frequently misuse and distort the label of “human rights,” and in a cowardly and manipulative fashion attempt to stir-up gullible kids to emulate treasonous behavior inside of Iran so that the kids are arrested, giving these groups something talk about.  In other words, the supposed “human rights” groups are the catalyst for many of the supposed “human rights” violations they complain about.

Iranian .com deliberately spreads separatist ideology and gives special privileges to groups like the ones above.  Often the separatist propaganda is positioned in-beteween otherwise innocuous travel or art stories to mask the true nature of the site and the groups and agendas that are promoted.

What is the connection between Israel and groups that support Saddam Hussein?  Here you do not have to take my word for it.  Below is a direct quote from Former Israeli Mossad Case Officer Victor Ostrovsky.  (Mossad is Israel’s spy agency.)

“The media was supplied with inside information and tips from reliable sources on how the crazed leader of Iraq killed people with his bare hands and used missiles to attack Iranian cities. What they neglected to tell the media was that most of the targeting for the missiles was done by the Mossad with the help of American satellites.” — Victor Ostrovsky (Former Israeli Mossad Officer).

(See, e.g., Victor Ostrovsky, “By Way of Deception,” St Martin’s Press, New York 1990; Victor Ostrovsky, “The Other Side of Deception,” Harper Collins Publishers New York 1994.)

Click here to read about Iranian.com’s betrayal of Iranians – that site should not be supported.

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Pretending the Baha’is are an innocent and harmless “religion” no longer is credible.  The Baha’is fund and promote military action against Iran, work to serve Israeli interests, and spread hate speech all over the internet.  These are facts documented by screenshots of the content the Bahai members have posted, including on their own sites, and by showing the advertising money funding the content.  Clearly the problems the Baha’is have in Iran is not simply a case of human rights violations.  To believe the Baha’is farcical marketing slogans defies common sense and the weight of overwhelming evidence.

  • Iranian.com has been a platform for attempts at creating a civil war in Iran and that site is funded partly by Iranianpersonals.com.

This is what you see in the picture below:  One of the owners and moderators of Iranian.com pretends (for years) not to notice that a group headed by Fakhteh Zamani (ADAPP) is a separatist and panturkist group.  And below that you see this separatist group praises a historical incident when communist Russia invaded Northern Iran and attempted to annex Northern Iran.  The Zamani/ADAPP group celebrates that event (most Iranians would consider that conduct outright treason).  At the time when communist Russia attempted to annex parts of Iran, Northern Iranians apprehended the stooges that were collaborating with communist Russia and gave them the death penalty or sent them into exile.  The website with the misleading name “Iranian.com” is not representative of Iranians: No sensible Iranian should give one dollar of advertising money to that website and should boycott any businesses that advertise on Iranian.com.

The separatist and pan-turkist group that Iranian.com sponsors pretend to be “human rights activists” while their staff members write things like “get out Persian” and post photos showing Northern Iran separately under the flag of another nation.

In the picture you can also see that the owner/moderator of Iranian.com is friends with the leader of the separatist group (Fakhteh Zamani).

  • Who else attempts to create strife in Iran by sponsoring these groups?  Israel & its supporters.  

In August of 2007, the Republic of Azerbaijan’s state media (called “APA”) reported that an Iranian-Jew by the name of Ishak Parviz Nazarian is funding Israeli cooperation.  The report says as follows:

“The vice-president of Association Alex Shapiro met … lobbyist Ishak Parviz Nazarian. The activity and further prospects of Azerbaijani Diaspora in Israel was debated in the meeting. Shapiro said that 16 thousand Jews have been living in Azerbaijan at present. … Nazarian said that Azerbaijani Jews played important role in the formation of Israeli society. The sides underlined necessity of cooperation between Israeli-Azerbaijan International Association and Diaspora Organization uniting 30 thousand Iranian Jews and led by Nazarian.”

  • Nazarian, listed as the leader of 30 thousand Iranian Jews, is reported to actively fund pan-turkism and separatism in Iran.  

Nazarian is listed in pan-turkist publications describing Northern Iran by separatist names.  This is bad news for the Iranian-Jewish community because there is a great deal of circumstantial evidence that their “leader” has been engaging in treasonous behavior against the Iranian people.  It’s clear to me.  There is nothing more that can be said to convince me otherwise.  I also do not believe that Nazarian can ever return to live in Iran irrespective of the type of government that is in power.  (Do you really think 80 million Iranians would accept the explanations for the betrayal of this disloyal man who serves the Israeli state?)

iranian.com, pantork, panturk, azerbaijan, separatist

  • So-called ‘leader of Iranian-Jews’ Billionaire Ishak Parviz Nazarian, and Iranian-Jewish Mayor of Beverly Hills Jimmy Delshad (photo below).  

  • Why does Israel help the Republic of Azerbaijan spread pan-turkism?  Israel seeks to create separatism and a civil war in Iran and the Republic of Azerbaijan supplies 30-40% of Israel’s oil.  (Remember that the Republic of Azerbaijan is land taken from Iran by Russia roughly 200 years ago.)  The greater the cultural, social, and linguistic differences Israel and the autocrats in Azerbaijan can create with Iran, the more of the natural resources wealth can be stolen by Israel and the elite in the Republic of Azerbaijan, while fostering problems for Iran.  

  • Below you can see antique maps of Iran (Persia) showing Iran’s territorial boundaries in 500 B.C. and 1753 A.D, both of which include the land now called “The Republic of Azerbaijan.”  In the 1800s Russia took land from Iran’s northern border at a time of weakness and disorder in Iran.  Today Israel and pan-turkists continue to exploit that stolen land, and the native Iranian people in the land that was taken through this historical theft for the purpose of exploiting the resources there. 

Enlarged 1753 A.D. Map of Iran.

Iranian.com & Iranianpersonals.com CANNOT be trusted

  • How did this website get started? 

Iranian.com and Iranianpersonals.com are owned/operated by 2 people that constantly (1) promote the boming of Iran and the starvation of its people; (2) they do not respect your private information and allow it to be abused; (3) they deliberately broadcast terroristic and violent threats; (4) they use all kinds of profanity; and (5) THE BIG REASON: If you object to any of this they will look for a reason to ban you from the site for doing absolutely far less than the clear crimes they are engaging in.  I will prove it.

  • Can you show some proof?  

Absolutely.  Below are direct quotes showing that the site made up a lie and banned me under a baseless and trumped-up accusation of “profanity” while iranian.com allows terroristic threats and allows people to solicit acts of violence against others for expressing their opinions.  Also you will see in Hebrew it is written “I love Israel, your people can go Fuck themslves.”  (So, much for the profanity excuse.) Make no mistake, despite the lies of iranian.com they permit this:

*  ” by admin on Mon May 28, 2012 10:28 PM PDT  This person has been blocked under different usernames because of flagrant abuse, including profanity and personal attacks.”
*  “by Arash Kamangir on Thu May 24, 2012 10:01 AM PDT Haven’t we got some brave iranians to beat the hell out of him so scum sepahis like him don’t think USA is IR.”
*  ” by Mardom Mazloom on Sun May 27, 2012 01:33 PM PDT אני אוהב את ישראל וגם לך תזדיין! “ [Translation: “I love Israel and your people can fuck themselves.”]
 
  • What about the profanity?  
You saw above that iranian.com lets pro-Israeli people (writing in Hebrew in that example!) to tell Iranians “to fuck themselves.”  A great “Iranian” site?  I didn’t use any curse words nor did I make any threats like the above examples where they let those people stay and carry on like that.  Iranian.com was asked to produce evidence that I had done something wrong and they couldn’t do it.
  • Is there any more profanity on Iranian.com?
Yes, and by the person that made the false profanity charge.  Let’s get serious about profanity.  One of the guys that has owned and runs Iranin.com is Jahanshah Javid.  Here’s what he says on the site about his experiences with prostitutes (later he admitted that he was using a fake name which he hypocritically accused me of!):
Jahanshah Javid:  “As I got out of bed, I noticed I was wearing a condom. Sandy had slipped it on without me noticing. A pornographic video was playing on the TV. Sandy was naked in two seconds. She pulled down her skirt, unbuttoned her short-sleeved shirt and went under the cover.  I didn’t know prostitutes usually don’t kiss clients.”  Subsequent notation added to article by the publisher: “The author is also known as Jahanshah Javid. Here’s the original page before this note was added on October 4, 2002.”).1
  • Have others complained of terroristic threats and abuse? 
Yes.  Two examples of threats they allow: “If you ever had the guts to show yourself to me I would slap the daylights out of you until you renounce your citizenship – Wed Apr 04, 2012 12:48 PM PDT.” 2  “Keep on writing; unless you are in Iran a midnight knock is coming to your door. If you happen to be in Iran, it will be a midnight bang! – Sat Apr 14, 2012 10:31 AM PDT.”  And other people have also complained, “The first attack on me at IC [iranian.com] came in 1998 when someone who did not like my views called my place of employment and complained about me – Wed Mar 21, 2012 10:18 PM PDT.”  And yet another person says, “Threats of violence and murder are openly being made on Iranian.com by the entrenched lynch mob of the site against anyone who disagrees with the party line.”   Take it seriously: Iranian.com sponsors terroristic threats.
  • What was the subject matter of your article on Iranian.com that got you banned?
I’ll show you. Iranian.com and the guy that owns Iranianpersonals.com were allowing an Iranian child to be falsely accused – without his or his parents’ knowledge – of having HIV (the disease that causes AIDS).
This is what I was writing about:
“I have often asked myself: Why does a website that calls itself “Iranian.com” allow a pack of pro-Israeli bloggers to daily attack little Iranian boys and girls and falsely suggest, for example, that a little Iranian boy has HIV (the virus that causes AIDS) without any evidence whatsoever?  If there is evidence this little boy has HIV, I would be the first to submit a written apology to the site for asking the question.”
 … To Be Continued. 

email: Zedster48@yahoo.com to lodge your experiences with the Baha’is.  Your name and details are always kept private. 

EMAIL #1: 

Iranian.com is everything you say and more. It is also an orchestrated attempt by the Haifan Baha’i organization through their Zionist leash-masters to groom themselves as some kind of a future post-IRI elite of Iran. These people are very serious about this.

That aside, several people there who do not use aliases are outright  connected to the US establishment and war-party. In particular, this guy http://faryarmansouri.blogspot.com/ (his IC account, http://www.iranian.com/main/member/faryarm) whose sister is a contractor for the Department of Homeland Security and the Defense Department,http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Aria_Mansuri

 This guy is the head-honcho Baha’i of IC. He also has a lot of pull on that site which leads me to believe he is a shareholder of some kind.

As well as this, the Baha’i Internet Agency is headquartered out of Haifa which has been made into an IT hub of sorts by Baha’i businesses originally from Silicon Valley who have opened branches there and where you have a revolving door between private businesses, the Baha’i world centre and MOSSAD (whose headquarters are in Haifa on Mt Carmel). So you are absolutely correct, the direction of what is going on on iranian.com is coming straight out of Israel and the Haifan Bahais have a significant roll in this.

The way people are presently going about things is not effective. Either Amin and Javid (the people that run iranian.com) have to be sued in a protracted, well-publicized and legal action or the alternative media (such as the Russian based RT) needs to be made to jump on the story and expose it sky high. So far no one has covered this angle regarding the extent of Baha’i involvement in agitating for war against Iran.

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EMAIL #2: 

My best friend recently converted to the Bahai religion and I am concerned for him.  Basically, their theology goes that all religions are essentially the same and that they are all valid. It started in Iran by a guy named Bahaullaulah.  I even attended one of their services. People were friendly but seemed more interested in trying to convert me, which I told them was useless.

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EMAIL #3: 

Watch this secret interview with the Deputy General of the Baha’is.   You will notice that they have a secret agreement with the Israeli government NOT to convert anyone in Israel.  The obvious reason for this is that the Israelis do not want Jews to be converted and want the Baha’is to convert people outside of Israel to be puppets of Israel (which controls the Bahai leadership).  The second thing you will notice is that the Baha’is are very secretive.  The last thing you will notice is that he mentions that Israel is a protector of the Baha’is.  Does it sound strange?  You bet.   Like most cults, you have to dig into what these folks are really doing, and what the true nature of the relationships are between the Israeli intelligence services and the Bahai leadership.  Now bear in mind that the Baha’is constantly complain that they can’t try to convert people in Iran; That’s just a part of the whole scam to make Iran look bad and to exert pressure to allow a cult loyal to Israel establish strong roots in Iran.

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EMAIL #4: 

DEAR WEBMASTER PLEASE ADD THIS TO YOUR SITE.
DEAR WAHID, YOU ARE ALSO REQUESTED TO PLEASE COMMENT ON THIS.

Should the Bahá’ís replace UHJ By UHA
(Universal House of Justice is now “Universal House of Arbabs”)

Dr. Farzam Arbab has been serving as member of Universal House of Justice (UHJ) since 1993. Prior to this he was a member of the International Teaching Centre (ITC) since 1983. He is the controlling force behind the UHJ elections and present activities of the Bahá’í Faith.He was a member of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of Colombia and a Continental Counselor before being appointed to the International Teaching Centre (ITC).

Even after getting elected to the Bahá’í apex body – the Universal House of Justice, Dr. Arbab was not satisfied and wanted to get his full family on the Apex bodies and tried to control the Faith from all angles.

Since his election/selection in the Bahá’í Apex Body, he started his task of cleansing the Bahá’í organization from the Iranian Bahá’ís having Mullah culture. Like Hushmand Fatheazam and Ali Nakhjawani. Slowly and steadily he took control of UHJ by introducing Ruhi culture. He saw that any one opposing Ruhi agenda is shown the way out of the Bahá’í Faith. These tentacles of Ruhi culture spread out throughout the world and resulted in expulsion of many devoted Bahá’ís like Feroz Anaraki, Jamshed Fozdar, Fredrick Glaysher, Juan Cole etc.

Mr. Arbab went to launch his own Ruhi brigade with Firaydoun Javaheri, Payman Mohajer and very recently Shahriar Razavi; these three Iranians are well known for the pro Ruhi culture and his own son in Law Mr. Gustavo Correa.

The Ruhi books are only developed for name sake without much matter and content and even after its introductions in many countries ENTRY BY TROOPS which was supposed to happen has not taken place and instead in many cases there is MASS EXIT FROM FAITH.

Mr. Arbab, after hijacking the Bahá’í Faith, finally ruined a massive Baha’i Encyclopedia that cost the faith several hundred thousand dollars; He introduced inaccuracies, and delayed its publication indefinitely. Arbab is not a professional editor and knows nothing about making an encyclopedia, and never even bothered to learn Persian. The Baha’is got extremely annoyed at him for putting his fingers into something he knows nothing about and ruining it, wasting enormous amounts of money and bullying and insulting the previous devoted Baha’i editors as crass materialist humanists.

Mr. Arbab introduced spying and shunning culture in Bahá’í Faith. He shamelessly bullied and threatened Bahá’ís Due to his arrogant behavior many Bahá’ís were hearted broken and left the faith. Lives were destroyed over this idiocy.

FUNDAEC:

In furtherance of his goal to control the UHJ and Bahá’í Faith Mr. Arbab created FUNDAEC in early 1970s within a worldwide program called at the time “Education for Development.” as a Bahá’í-inspired organization, According to Gustav Correa, director of FUNDAEC in 2002, it was originally inspired by a quotation from Bahá’u’lláh – “Baha’u’llah talks about man as ‘a mine rich in gems of inestimable value.’ He says that ‘education can, alone; because it to reveal its treasures, and enable mankind to benefit therefrom. This is cheating; the FUNADEC was created to control the Bahá’ís and Bahá’í Faith. It is now headed by Mr. Gustav Correas. Is it a coincidence that Gustav Correas is the close relative of Dr. Arbab and now member of the UHJ?  FUNDAEC finally took control of Socio Economic development in Bahá’í Faith (OSED).

Social and Economic Development:

The Baha’i Office of Social and Economic Development, an agency of the Baha’i World Centre in Haifa, Israel, monitors the progress of development programs worldwide, provides advice and support, and facilitates collaborative undertakings with like-minded organizations. Efforts to promote social and economic development play an important role at the local and national levels of the Baha’i community. Most of these take the form of small-scale educational, health, economic and environmental projects.

These projects range from simple tutorial schools to college-level courses and from village agricultural and health education projects to participation in major reforestation programs. The majority of these projects operate at the grassroots level, relying on local resources and coordination.

Institute for Studies in Global Prosperity (ISGP):

The Bahá’ís say that there should be a dialogue of Science and Religion, and their relationship. It was precisely with these thoughts as they claim that the Institute for Studies in Global Prosperity, known as ISGP, took up as its initial task the promotion of a discourse on science, religion, and development. Very surprisingly Dr. Haleh Arbab the daughter of Dr. Farzam Arbab is the Director of the Institute for Studies in Global Prosperity (ISGP).  She was born in Iran, educated in the United States, and lived in Colombia, South America from 1982 to 2005. In Colombia she worked with the Foundation for the Application and Teaching of the Sciences (FUNDAEC), and from 1995 to 2005 served as Rector of Centro Universitario de Bienestar Rural, a Colombian university she helped found in 1988. Currently Dr. Haleh Arbab lives in Haifa, Israel, since June 2005.

Today Bahá’í Faith is controlled by the RUHI BRIGADE, Dr. Arbab and his family.
Unless the Bahá’ís wake up to this reality soon, it will be too late and few members of Arbabs family will be in the UHJ and probably we will have to rename it as UHA i.e. “Universal House of Arbab”.  Dr. Arbab has made the Bahá’í Faith a family run business and his Bread and Butter.

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INFORMATIONAL VIDEO: 

God’s Chosen Asshole

Darius Kadivar (in the photo he made of himself with the yellow star and gun) states he “prefers Apartheid” and he blabs each day about how he would love to have a King rule the nation but supposedly he is against a “Godfather’s regime.” I guess a King is not a Godfather.  What a disgraceful joke of man. It’s a universally accepted moral rule that whoever “prefers apartheid” is a pile of crap and the website that allows him a platform while censoring others is no better than this dung heap. Jahanshah Javid and Said Amin (the guys that run Iranian.com) who lick this monster’s feet everyday by permitting him to spread his sick vision of the world while censoring others, only expose  the true nature of their shameful and hypocritical website. I’d love to see all three of these degenerates try to step foot in Iran and repeat their nonsense under any system of government. They don’t have to worry about the Iranian government because the people would disown them immediately. Sickos like this probably  know they can never return to Iran under any circumstances. I hope these degenerates go to Israel so the Israelis can use them like disposable napkins like so many they have before. Of course, Kadivar would probably enjoy Israel because he’s a member of the “tribe of apartheid,” but the other two dip-shits that run Iranian.com?  Good luck suckers!  Long Live Nelson Mandela.  Free Palestine.  Long Live Iran.  Stop Zionist Misappropriation of Iranian Identity Online.

GO TO HOME PAGE OF IRAN-INFO

Iranian.com

Iranian.com, known also as The Iranian and the Iranian Times[1] is an online English and Persian language magazine, blog and discussion forum founded in July 1995 by the journalist Jahanshah Javid, who remains its current publisher/editor/moderator.[2] The founder and editor of the site has previously admitted that Iranian.com is funded by U.S. and Israeli military advertising revenue (Archive of founder Jahanshah Javid stating: “They have paid us directly for the U.S. military ads.”).[3][4][5]

The practice of supporting Iranian.com in this manner has also elicited complaints directly on Iranian.com in relation to an Israeli military advertisement entitled “Stand with Israel” due to “money [Jahanshah Javid] will be pocketing from Iranian.com’s support for advocating war against the people of Iran.”[6]

The site claims, “Iranian.com is the largest online community for Iranians residing in North America. With more than 620,000 unique visitors and nearly 6.5 million page views per month (March 2007 stats).”[7]

Contents

Conflicting claims about censorship and impartial journalistic standards

Iranian.com shows that the accounts of many users have been banned on ideological grounds, with members often protesting the decision and requesting uniform standards in moderation of the site; other site users state that they are abused and harassed simply for expressing unwelcome viewpoints, ordinarily those that criticize the Baha’i Faith or Israeli policy vis-à-vis Palestinians, Armenians, or Iranians. For example, the site itself shows that it has permitted users for as long as three years to engage in a practice of overtly threatening violence against columnists critical of the activities of members of the Baha’i Faith and Israeli policies. The moderation choices of the site show that threats of violence are permitted by Iranian.com against users: “If you ever had the guts to show yourself to me I would slap the daylights out of you until you renounce your citizenship. Wed Apr 04, 2012 12:48 PM PDT.”[8] “Keep on writing; unless you are in Iran a midnight knock is coming to your door. If you happen to be in Iran, it will be a midnight bang!” Sat Apr 14, 2012 10:31 AM PDT.[9]

The site evidences that users have claimed that intimidation aimed at chilling alternative viewpoints is actively fostered by the administrators of Iranian.com, who summarily block people whose viewpoints they do not share while permitting intimidation to continue.

A few of the complaints, are noted:

  • “I learned today several other members were banned.”[10]
  • The Admin is responsible for letting bogus members harass people.”[11]
  • This site is Israeli.com: I have been blocked and deleted on every occasion I posted any thing to do with Israel or Zionism (Fri Sep 18, 2009 06:53 AM PDT).”[12]
  • The first attack on me at IC came in 1998 when someone who did not like my views called my place of employment and complained about me.” (Wed Mar 21, 2012 10:18 PM PDT).[13]
  • “Iranian.com has become a site for insults and baseless allegations. Disrespect for people is prevalent. A person went so far as to threaten to beat me to a pulp. Moderation is totally subjective and does not follow any predictable form. [There are] a non stop stream of blogs calling for bombing Iran.” (20-Sep-2011 ).[14]

Iranian.com founder suggests that he would assist intelligence services hostile to Iran and that some previously featured stories on Iranian.com have been featured based on payments to him

On Iranian.com the founder of the site, Jahanshah Javid, states the following:[15]

  • “Are you an agent of CIA, British Intelligence or MOSSAD? Unfortunately not. If they’re reading this, I’m available.”
  • “How much do you charge to publish a feature? You can’t afford it.”

“Profanity” is utilized as a pretext for banning content: Iranian.com shows liberal use of profanity, while banned content generally applies to political viewpoints not endorsed by the site

Iranian.com states that it selectively censors for the use of “profanity” (Iranian.com: “The reason for closing any account on Iranian.com is simple: Profanity”).[16] However, the site has previously hosted videos of sexual acts filmed without the consent of the persons depicted, and often features stories about nudity and sex (including by the publisher) with frequent cursing permitted.[17] This type of material has included content about the publisher Jahanshah Javid’s own experiences with prostitition (“As I got out of bed, I noticed I was wearing a condom. Sandy had slipped it on without me noticing. … A pornographic video was playing on the TV. Sandy was naked in two seconds. … She pulled down her skirt, unbuttoned her short-sleeved shirt and went under the cover. … I didn’t know prostitutes usually don’t kiss clients. …” – Subsequent notation added to article by the publisher: “The author is also known as Jahanshah Javid. Here’s the original page before this note was added on October 4, 2002 “).[18] Iranian.com claims it censors on the basis of “profanity,” but it has featured articles encouraging women to participate in prostitution and with the following type of content: “I could feel his massive tool was coming out of my cunt.”[19] The standards employed by Iranian.com in censoring some content and not others are not entirely transparent on the site, and banning users based on the use of “profanity” appears to be nothing more than a pretext for censoring viewpoints the publisher does not agree with; anecdotal evidence indicates criticism of Israel, Zionism, and the activities of the Baha’i Faith dramatically increase the likelihood of being banned from the site.

Iranian.com also has a complaint page showing that site users complained due to the site’s attempt to censor information about a public figure that had been reported by many mainstream news outlets for his affiliations with Israel’s security and spy agencies; Iranian.com claimed discussion of the individual’s connections to those agencies amounted to “slander” [sic] and tried to delete the content. [20] The Iranian Student Alliance in America (ISAA) at the University of California, Berkeley criticized the conduct.[21]

Iranian.com has also been criticized in several blogs and on the site itself for pandering to and being affiliated with the Baha’i Faith in a manner that impacts upon neutral and impartial journalism.[22]

  • The Baha’is and the rest of you pseudo-Iranian AIPAC lobbyists are cashing in, which is why I call you and this site black flag operation with Israeli help.”[23] See also, Scribd Archive: “Pro-Baha’i censorship and the double standards of Iranian.com.”[24]
  • This is the second time I have had an account blocked by the pro-Baha’i censor of Iranian.com; without warning, and with the typical hypocritical double standards that is the whole guiding standard of this site.”[25]
  • Absolutely Unacceptable: I would like an explanation about the censorship too. I demand an explanation for this party bazi style editorship that takes place here, over and over. If insults are not allowed, then let’s be fair and remove all of them.”[26]

Founder and editor Jahanshah Javid claims the site’s motto, “Nothing is Sacred” is ” to a great extent, a response to the situation in Iran. In Iran you cannot write an article saying Ayatollah Khomeini was a hateful man who brought misery to millions, for instance. You cannot say Velayate Faqih is incompatible with democracy. You cannot demand the separation of mosque and state. You cannot defend the rights of Bahais to practice their faith.”[27] With respect to his gender viewpoints, and how they affect his journalism, Jahanshah Javid states, ““I don’t like men. I get a negative vibe from men. I blame men.”[28]

Referring to the content of the site, Jahanshah Javid states that “There are no taboos or sacred cows, as far as I’m concerned. You want to say how great the Shah was? Go ahead. You want to make fun of Reza Pahlavi? Okay. You want to say Khatami is a fraud? Fine. You want to say the Bahai faith is better than Islam? Sure. You want to say the Bahai faith is just like any other organized religion? Sure. You want to write about sex? I have no problem with that.”[29] He further states, “I’m just fascinated by the fact that we — nearly every non-Bahai Iranian — do not really consider Bahais as Iranian … This is an important issue just by the fact that non-Bahais don’t think it’s an important issue … Bab or Bahaulla should be recognized as a very significant (if not great) historic figure ….”[30]

The Baha’i Internet Agency (BIA), is also on record as retracting labeling an Iranian.com user as a member of foreign militia (‘“[BIA] will not be accusing you of that again.”)[31]The issue of Baha’i influence on Iranian.com has been the subject of heated discussions on the site, which have led to criticism of the site on that basis;[32] The criticism are embodied by the following types of complaints:[33]

  • Deleting Baha’i criticism: So I get- you generally keep the pro-Baha’i comments, and delete other ones. Obviously some things are sacred. (Mon Apr 06, 2009 01:33 AM PD).”
  • “Iranian.com where only Baha’is are sacred! (Mon Apr 06, 2009 02:49 AM PDT).”

As to the issue of Baha’i influence on Iranian.com’s editorial and content decisions, the writings of Professor Juan Cole, Mitchell Collegiate Professor of History at the University of Michigan, have extensively been discussed on the site and in relation to it on other web sites.[34] Professor Cole is on record in giving his opinion as to what the issues are in relation to the unique status afforded to Baha’is on news sites such as Iranian.com: “With non-Baha’is or with ex-Baha’is, they [Baha’is] deal with their speech about the 
faith by backbiting, slandering and libelling the speaker. … No one fights
 dirtier than they when they discover a voice they cannot silence and cannot 
refute.”[35]

A two-year study of the site indicated that users that do not outwardly express views supportive of Israeli policies are subject to physical threats, personal character attacks, threats to have “the department of homeland security investigate” such persons and threatened with “deportation,” in a consistent and organized manner indicating coordination of activities that have the outward effect of intending to chill participation on the site – For example: “[D]on’t post any more videos about Palestine / Israel.” (Mon Mar 26, 2012 10:43 AM PDT); “Only a paid Islamist mercenary is capable of possessing the crudeness displayed in such blogs.” (Sun Mar 25, 2012 03:33 PM PDT); “Viva Zionism.” (Thu Mar 29, 2012 03:45 PM PDT); “Nazi Islamists!” (Mon Mar 26, 2012 03:54 AM PDT); “Israel can credibly war-monger against Iran” (Sat Mar 24, 2012 10:15 PM PDT); “Mossad should track you down and put a bullet in you.” (Mon Mar 26, 2012 03:45 PM PDT).[36][37] Despite objections made on the site by several users to the persistence and repetitiveness of the aforementioned methods of impeding content and dialogue, none of the user accounts engaging in the above-described activity showed to have been blocked, while 43% of the accounts objecting to the tactics were blocked within 72 hours of objecting and approximately 17% more were blocked within 144 hours of objecting. (Ibid.)

Despite censorship of certain viewpoints on Iranian.com, the site has featured articles and members advocating the use of nuclear weapons against Iran & shown support to terror and separatist groups

  • Promoting Content Calling for a Nuclear Attack on Iran:

Iranian.com admittedly censors some content and points of view, yet the site has given front page exposure to articles by Larry Klayman who is a former U.S. Justice Department prosecutor. Klayman, an Iranian.com member, featured an article on the front page of Iranian.com, which was approved by the site’s editorial staff and given prime coverage, entitled,“Time to nuke Iran” in which Klayman writes “if there ever were a time to use nuclear weapons [against Iran], … now is the moment.”[38]

  • Mojāhedin-e khalq / People’s Mujahedin (a/k/a MEK, PMOI, MKO):

Concerning Saddam Hussein’s private army (known as Mojāhedin-e khalq) that assisted Saddam in an eight-year war against Iran and participated in chemical weapons attacks on Iranians and Iraqi-Kurds, the publisher of Iranian.com writes: “[America] must ensure current and ex-Mojahedin members can take refuge in other countries.”[39]

  • Repeated promotion of an admitted separatist group on Iranian.com:

Iranian.com immediately banned a site-user that exposed that the site was promoting separatist movements:[40]

As noted in the corresponding footnote above, Iranian.com has long featured and promoted a group that calls for the separation of Northern Iran on its site. In response to site-user complaints about the exposure and support that were provided to the separatist group by the publisher of Iranian.com, the publisher of Iranian.com wrote, “Separatist? If someone has FACTS, let’s see it.” After a User produced screenshots of the group stating “Persians get out” and glorifying when the USSR seized Northern Iran by the direct orders of Stalin and set up an ‘autonomous’ puppet regime in Northern Iran, the User that produced the screenshots the “FACTS” was immediately banned from Iranian.com. Approximately two weeks later Iranian.com returned to posting separatist content and propaganda videos by the same separatist movement, which elicited new complaints, as exemplified by the complaint below:[41]

“Iranian.com is promoting separatists agenda: Separatists are hard at work. Everything has become (an) issue of Azeri vs. Persian. Don’t mix issues. Iranian.com has no problem featuring anti-Iranian or Persian articles/videos. There should be a word similar to anti-Semitic to use when this is done against Iran’s heritage.” Sun Apr 15, 2012 08:18 PM PDT.[42]

United States Central Command (CENTCOM): an active member of Iranian.com for more than 2 years

The United States Central Command (USCENTCOM) is a theater-level Unified Combatant Command unit of the U.S. armed forces, established in 1983 under the operational control of the U.S. Secretary of Defense. It was originally conceived of as the Rapid Deployment Joint Task Force (RDJTF).[43] Centcom’s area of operation includes Iran and the Persian Gulf region.[44]

Centcom’s Admitted Role in Manipulating Social Media:

The Guardian, a British news outlet, reports that the United States Central Command manipulates social media for propaganda purposes and has contracted specialized software for that purpose:

“ A Californian corporation has been awarded a contract with United States Central Command (Centcom), which oversees US armed operations in the Middle East and Central Asia, to develop what is described as an ‘online persona management service’ that will allow one US serviceman or woman to control up to 10 separate identities based all over the world. … The Centcom contract stipulates that each fake online persona must have a convincing background, history and supporting details, and that up to 50 US-based controllers should be able to operate false identities from their workstations ‘without fear of being discovered by sophisticated adversaries.’ … Centcom spokesman Commander Bill Speaks said: ‘The technology supports classified blogging activities on foreign-language websites to enable Centcom to counter violent extremist and enemy propaganda outside the US.’ “[45]

Centcom has at least one verified user profile on Iranian.com:

As of April 5, 2012, the United States Central Command (CENTCOM) has been an “Iranian.com Member for 2 years 19 weeks.”[46]

Centcom views participation on Iranian.com as an “obligation”:

United States Central Command (CENTCOM): “We view this form of direct communication [on Iranian.com] as an obligation, and have established a presence on a number of online forums, such as Facebook, Maktoob, Al Jazeera Talk, and Iranclubs.”[47]

Staff Members

“Born in Abadan, Iran, Javid began his journalism career as a translator for the Iranian state news agency IRNA in 1981. His experience spans the print media to television and radio, including serving as the BBC Persian Service Correspondent in Washington, DC. Jahanshah has a B.A. in Communications and Media Studies from Hunter College in New York City. He recently moved from the San Francisco Bay Area where he lived for more than ten years and is currently traveling.”[48]

“Bianca is currently an ERISA and Employee Benefits Consultant and Lecturer. She has written extensively on ERISA and retirement matters and is a frequent contributor to various publications. She served as the Chief Financial Officer at International Alliance in Service and Education in the San Francisco Bay Area from 2000-2008. She holds a Juris Doctorate degree from Thomas Jefferson School of Law, a Masters of Arts in International Relations and Public Policy and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Legal Studies from University of California, Berkeley.”[49]

“Based in Northern California, Foaad is a veteran software engineer and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Computer Science. He’s also a writer, peace organizer and a former campaign manager. He serves on the US Board of Campaign Against Sanctions and Military Intervention in Iran (CASMII).”[50]

Based in San Francisco, CA, Ardalan is a designer/art director at Tact Design (founded by Ardalan in 2000) providing services ranging from logo and identity design to websites and promotional collateral. He has also co-founded (with Shadi Yousefian) a video production company specializing in music videos.[51]

Affiliated Persons

  • Wayne Willis, Iranian.com also lists Wayne Willis[52][53]as an individual involved with the site. His profile indicates that he is involved with NodalPartners.com and wilco-consulting.com. His business address is listed as 507 Mariani Lane
 San Jose, CA 95112. Nodal Partners states its business is to “advise, and make private investments in, early-stage and emerging growth companies.” He describes himself as the “business manager” for Iranian.com, and has written three blogs indicating how data is collected and kept from people participating on the site.[54]
  • Kayvan Alikhani, Kayvan Alikhani is listed as being affiliated with Iranian.com in an unstated capacity.[55]
  • Saïd Amin / World Singles LLC, The publisher of Iranian.com describes Saïd Amin as, “my biggest sponsor” and states that Amin “wanted to collaborate with iranian.com” since at least 2004.[56] Saïd Amin is the CEO behind World Singles LLC, which runs internet dating portals, such as Iranianpersonals.com, and others including: AfricanLove.com, AlbanianPersonals.com, ArabLounge.com, EligibleGreeks.com, EthiopianPersonals.com, HaitiDating.com, HyeSingles.com, ItalianoSingles.com, JamaicanDating.com, SalaamLove.com, PakistaniLounge.com, RomaniaKiss.com, SoulSingles.com, TurkishPersonals.com, and VietVibe.com.[57] World Singles LLC is listed at the following address: “World Singles, LLC, 5 Holland, Irvine, CA 92618-2572, United States.”[58]
  • Nazy Kaviani Contributed much of the content to Iranian.com according to former site owner Jahanshah Javid (see quotation under “Handover” section).

Site Usage Statistics and Demographics

According to the site, “Users are spread across the globe, though 75%-80% live in North America. There is a healthy mix of male and female users (55:45), primarily in the 25 – 44 years age group.”[60]

  • 200,000+ unique users a month
  • 80% US/Canadian
  • 40% Age 25-35
  • 70% male
  • 40% Age 25-35
  • 50% income above $60K
  • More than 90% Iranian
  • 90,000 page views per day.[61]

Handover

On 28 April 2012 Jahanshah Javid publicly announced on his facebook as well as on a separate blog on Iranian.com that he sold his shares in the website to his partner Saïd Amin and would no longer be involved in the management of the site as of May 2012 [62] Jahanshah Javid posted the following about leaving the website: “iranian.com has been through many changes in its nearly 17 years of existence. The only constant has been my editorship. That too is about to change. Starting next month I will no longer be having a role in management. I have sold my shares to my partner Saïd Amin and will be pursuing a new project. For the next few months I will stay on as a caretaker editor until a replacement is found… I want to express special thanks to my dear friend Nazy Kaviani for contributing much of the best content in the past few years and being a tremendous help in maintaining the site as a volunteer.”

Pro-Bahai Censorship Continues Under Saïd Amin’s Ownership of Iranian.com

Even after Saïd Amin’s purchase of Iranian.com discriminatory practices against Muslims and selective-censorship policies favoring the Bahai faith have continued. For example, a blog ridiculing Muslims in Iran using profanity (which the site claims is forbidden) was permitted wherein the text of the blog equated members of the faith to “life’s large penis [and] Golshifteh’s [an actresse’s] tits” and called for the “farty demise of the Imam.”[63] In contrast to the content ridiculing Muslims permitted by Iranian.com, a different user was immediately banned for penning two blogs critical of the Bahá’í faith titled “Bahá’u’lláh’s Birthday Party: How I became the New Messiah[64] and “Fun Facts About Bahais: Baha’u’llah suffered from Dwarfism & Brother was a Killer & Drug Smuggler.”[65] Regarding one of the blogs critical of the Bahai faith, a user listed as “Anahid Hojjati” openly states”I wish I could flag [censor] blogs … If I could, I would flag this one,”[66] which seems to indicate that the user previously employed the practice of seeking to censor comments (as opposed to blogs) that criticize the Bahai faith.

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Awards

In 2006 the site was nominated for the “Award of Excellence in Media Electronic Magazine (Best Contribution to Freedom of Speech) in the 2nd Annual Persian “Persian Golden Lioness Award” category from the International Further Studies Institute(IFSI) at The World Academy of Arts, Literature, and Media (WAALM)[70]

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Editors Note:

Iranian.com is run by several people, but two of the monsters that run that site are Jahanshah Javid and Said Amin.  Not only do they constantly promote anti-Iranian  propaganda, they also permitted the blatant online abuse of a child until one person on the site complained.  The person who complained forwarded his article to us that got him banned from Iranian.com.  Said Amin and Jahahshah Javid were allowing Iranian.com to be used by pro-Israel people who linked to pictures of Iranian children, and without any evidence whatsoever, claimed that the kids in the pictures were HIV positive (had the AIDS virus).  They were allowing the lives of children to be jeopardized without their knowledge or their parents’ knowledge.

The facts are so heinous that people could easily reach the conclusion that Said Amin and Jahanshah Javid are criminals, as I have.  If I was on a grand jury, I would have zero hesitation returning an indictment again Jahanshah Javid, Said Amin, or Iranian.com.  Said Amin also owns Iranianpersonals.com (a marriage and dating site) and the Iranian community should avoid and boycott that site.

Below is the story that got the whistleblower banned from Iranian.com.

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Photo: Iranian.com letting Pro-Israeli people Pretend to Be Iranians & Claiming Iranian Kids Have HIV.

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“I have often asked myself: Why does a website that calls itself “Iranian.com” allow a pack of pro-Israeli bloggers to daily attack little Iranian boys and girls and falsely suggest, for example, that a little Iranian boy has HIV (the virus that causes AIDS) without any evidence whatsoever?  If there is evidence this little boy has HIV, I would be the first to submit a written apology to the site for asking the question.  If I owned this site, and a member of the Iranian community asked me, “Why is it okay for the Israeli Internet People to vilify and defame innocent Iranian children on your site?” I would give a straight and prompt answer.  The behavior is worse than if someone made up this same vicious lie about an adult because it’s a little kid that is being targeted and he is about 7 or 8 years old; He obviously can’t defend himself. I hope you will permit me to ask that question in his defense:Where is the evidence this little boy has HIV?  If the evidence exists I will sign over the deed to my property to Iranian.com, Saïd Amin and Jahanshah Javid in equal portions and they can do whatever they want with it (no joke); take it as a legally binding offer to make a lot of easy money. What would you think if you were 7 or 8 years old and someone linked to your picture and falsely suggested you had the disease that causes AIDS?! To be perfectly honest, I can see how these pro-Israeli bloggers will even go so far as to trample on the life of a child to achieve a little propaganda against Iranians.  And I don’t know if you are aware of this, but there’s an email going around that in essence says: Saïd Amin finances and owns Iranian.com and Iranianpersonals.com and he lets packs of Israelis constantly push for ‘bombing Iran,’ make threats, and target innocent Iranians, including children.  Should we still support his businesses?  Is this someone Iranians can be proud of?”  Hopefully, you can shed some light on this issue. “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” (MLK)  Please tell the conscience of the Iranian people who worry about the manner this little boy is being defamed and vilified on Iranian.com that there exists evidence that he is HIV positive and that there is some good reason why this type of invasion of his privacy has been allowed against a child.”

Who funds Iranian.com?  The US military and Israeli military.  In other words, what you see there is pure propaganda that does not meet basic journalistic standards.  

Click These Links Below to See The Shady Character of Iranian.com:

Iranian.com was funded by US & Israeli military money. PART 1. 

The sick bastards that operate Iranian.com sponsor war propaganda against Iran while banning people that object. PART 2. 

Iranian.com gets busted promoting panturkists & separatists & then bans the whistleblower