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Posted 17 Jan 2011I wish our oppressed countrymen in Iran could have said the same thing without being throw in jail.
There is no doubt that Iran will be freed from the yoke of religious dictatorship in the near future.
I am glad Tajikistan is free of religious dictatorship and obscurantism.
True, True, True. It's good to see Zuhurov is standing up for well being of beautiful nation of Tajikistan, also future and prosperity of the nation and people.
Posted 16 Jan 2011Right on target !!
It is funny how some Pashtuns - like that filthy Caca® - (and some Arabs) are wishing for US or Israel to attack Iran
And some naive people actually fall into trap of believing US/ Israeli psychological warfare
A country that is well armed, well prepared, with very powerful deterrent force (even nuclear warheads allegedly purchased from Soviets, and capability to build one soon if not already, and already having dirty uranium bomb capability with long range missiles), and watching 2/3 of world oil flow on its border is not going to be attacked, unless the attacker is mad or suicidal
The difference is that the Taliban/Pashtun tribesmen have primitive minds, primitive means, and no deterrent capability towards US . All they can do is get themselves killed in huge numbers, kill unarmed civilians, spill their own blood all over the place, and cause a few headaches for the US invaders. Maybe they can hide in their holes and caves as you said, and play "ghayem mooshak". Perhaps they can deny full control of their caves, holes, goats, mud huts, and such but who really wants that anyway ? Soon, the US will get tired of the hide and seek games and leave them alone to rot in their caves and mud holes
You people dream to much. How does such an attack looks like for you? To much people here who have no knowledge about policy. The one cries still for his dirty toilette-like ''Pakhtunistan' ' and support Talibs and Al-Qaida with his wet pants and wet dreams while allready knowing Pakistan became already his step-father if not his real father, the other dreams of a destroyed Iran. Get up buddies. We live in 21th century. Iran is not Pashtuns or Taliban or Al-Qaida who ran away and hide themself in holes and caves. Iran is not beghairat to do the same as Pashtuns are known for thousand of years, history is my witness. Iran is a modern state, not a cave-monkey state or a banana state as Afghanistan became one because of Pushtuns. Iran is manly enough to stand against America while our coward ''wroras'' are cowardly hiding themself behind civilians, children etc. and attack cowardfully. Death to these benamus and beghairat Qaum.
Posted 15 Jan 2011Good Article. Thanks.
I guess, this is the star article of all and a perfect answer to Pashtuns and their Baluchistan claim and their utopic ''Loy Awghanistan''. It seems, that today Baluch people will rise against Pashtuns in their province. Because of Pashtuns population, many Baluchs lost their lifes because of Taliban and Paki army attacks. Now they answer everyone.
Posted 15 Jan 2011I express sympathy for any human being who is verbally abused and is polite enough not to respond in kind. Regardless of what ethnicity or background. That was all, I never expressed sympathy for the Pashtun nationalism which is against Tajiks and Persian speaking people, in private or in public. The PM I sent was long time ago when Kakar never used abusive language.
However, the little sympathy I had for Kakar's forbearance evaporated the moment he started to make offensive comments towards Parsistani, beginning with his comment about Parsistani being gay after he posted his picture. Since then he has gone to the deep end, routinely displaying abusive language. Such language is not worth responding to.
My sympathy always goes to the Tajik cause, both in private and in public, so there is no cause for disappointment
PS: As for Nader's private messaging; I must say that i am very disappointed. We may disagree amongst ourselves but we must always present a united front in the face of outsiders
Posted 14 Jan 2011http://centralasiaon. ..29/newsbrief-03
Tajik president Emomali Rakhmon participated in a ceremony marking the end of the second phase of construction of the Sangtuda-2 dam November 28, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty reported. He pressed a button that set off explosives temporarily blocking the Vakhsh riverbed. Rakhmon said 90% of the construction is over, and when the dam is completed, Tajikistan will realize over 1m kWt/h of electricity annually, AsiaPlus reported November 29.
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