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  1. Persia/Iran in 500 BC (must see video)

    Posted 8 Aug 2008

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  2. The Iranian civilization of today on the globe (map)

    Posted 8 Aug 2008

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  3. The Iranian peoples (map)

    Posted 8 Aug 2008

    Here is a very good map showing all the Iranian-speaking peoples / Iranian peoples. This map is also basically a map of a Greater Iran.

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  4. Why Pashtuns need a devastating defeat?

    Posted 6 Aug 2008

    Today Pashtuns mostly have a fascist ethno centric mentality.

    How do we change things and get rid of Pashtun chauvinism?

    Lets look at the biggest fascist states in modern history and their change.

    Nazi Germany suffered a crippling defeat and today they are the most peace loving country in the world.

    Same with Japan.

    Soviet Russia suffered a crippling economic defeat and today they have changed dramatically.

    Many political scientists believe this theory.


    Same thing is what Pashtuns need. Pashtuns need a devastating defeat. It does not need to be militarily but could be. It can also be politically, economically, culturally, etc.

    Once Pashtuns suffer this defeat, they will be changed and become a peace loving people and more reasonable and this will be good for us and good for them too. It will be good for the whole region and the world.
  5. Abdul Jabar Sabet

    Posted 5 Aug 2008

    How did this crook become Attorney General? Now he wants to run for president? :mad:

    Abdul Jabar Sabit is an Afghan politician.[1] In May 2006 Hamid Karzai appointed him Attorney General of Afghanistan. Sabet is an ethnic Pashtun.

    Sabet was a long time aid to America's current most wanted terrorist Gulbuddin Hekmatyar and was an ally to Osama bin Laden.[2] After leaving Afghanistan, he worked in the U.S. for Voice of America but was fired for his ongoing links to Hekmatyar.[2] :mad:

    Sabet later entered Canada and settled in Montreal, Quebec. It is suspected that Sabet entered illegally and did not disclose his past to the Canadian government as Citizenship and Immigration Canada say they have no record of Sabets name.[2]

    Sabet returned to Afghanistan to work in the Interior Ministry. He was promoted to Attorney General in May 2006. Sources close to the President Hamid Karzai say that Sabet was promoted with U.S. support in exchange for giving positive comments about the Guantanamo Bay detention facility.[2] He has however been critical of the Guantanamo release policy.[1] A series of articles on former Guantanamo captives, published by the McClatchy News Service, quoted Sabet commenting that the release of Guantanamo captives seemed to be divorced from the captives' role in the Taliban, and to be focussed largely on whether the captives complied with the camp rules.

    In April 2007, Sabet launched a violent raid on Tolo TV (the country's largest private TV chain) for what he thought was a "distorted" report on his comments regarding the country's judicial system.[3] Seven journalists from the TV station were taken to his office by force without warrants and severely beaten.[4] :mad:

    Sabet has been criticized for targeting individuals of non-Pashtun ethnicity and has been called a racist.[5] :mad:

    Sabet Accused of Corruption and Breaking the Law :mad:

    In April, 17, 2006 Sabet launched a raid on the country's most popular TV Channel ToloTV. The raid ended with detention and questioning of Tolo TV staff and journalists for broadcasting a news clip about Sabet. The raid was fiercely protested and announced as illegal by the law-makers, the UN office UNAMA and independent journalists. [6]

    Following the raid, TOLO TV launched a formal complaint against Sabet and Co. "The complaint identifies at least 11 potential breaches of the law by Mr Sabet ... [and others], [for] the potential crimes ...of the utmost seriousness and directly affect issue of rule of law and sustainability of democracy in Afghanistan, especially given that they may be perpetrated by a person holding the highest operational legal position in Afghanistan."" Among others Tolo TV's complaint requested the "immediate suspension of Mr Sabet and his co-workers implicated in the incident, including the Commander of District 10 Police pending the finalisation of investigations. The results of this complaint remain unknown. [7]

    On June 8, 2007 Sabit reported that he was beaten in a revenge attack.[8] Sabit said that General Din Mohammad Jurat was behind the attack, which he characterized as a failed kidnap attempt. The Voice of America reported:

    His tough stand against corrupt officials and former warlords serving in President Hamid Karzai's government has earned him numerous enemies.

    Despite Sabet's claims of being champion of anti-corruption fight, the Head of Afghanistan's Department of Corruption and Bribery , Mr. Ezatullah Wasifi accused Sabet of corruption, he specifically said that " ... I am aware of many cases of [corruption] involving Attorney General [Sabet]." (Ezatullah Wasifi, 14, April, 2008) [9]

    On May 8, 2008 the Toronto Star devoted an article to Sabet's anti-corruption efforts.[10] He told Toronto Star reporters that although he had arrested 300 Afghan officials on corruption charges in recent months he said he had been unable to keep even one of them behind bars.

    Presidential ambitions :rolleyes:

    On July 17, 2008 Hamid Karzai dismissed Sabet.[11] His dismissal was reported to be triggered by Sabet's Presidential ambitions.

    References

    1. ^ a b Tom Lasseter (June 15, 2008). "Guantanamo Inmate Database: Zia Khalid Najib", Miami Herald. Retrieved on 2008-06-16. "This division did not have anything to do with the crimes attributed to them," Sabit said. "Only their behavior in the prison was taken into account." mirror
    2. ^ a b c d "The True North? Canada Dodges Connection to the Kabul Airport Scandal", Sky News (April 9, 2007). Retrieved on 2008-02-22.
    3. ^ "Afghan official with Canadian past tied to violent TV raid", CBC News (April 18, 2007). Retrieved on 2008-02-22.
    4. ^ "Rogue Attorney General Humbled By Gen. Amerkhels Return", Sky News (April 26, 2007). Retrieved on 2008-02-23.
    5. ^ "Afghan Attorney General Criticized in Corruption Fight", National Public Radio (July 11, 2007). Retrieved on 2008-02-22.
    6. ^ "Afghan govt raids TV station over news clip", AFP/Reuters (April 18, 2006). Retrieved on 2008-04-14.
    7. ^ "Afghan Attorney General Raids TV station" (in English) (April 18, 2006). Retrieved on 2008-04-14.
    8. ^ "Afghanistan's Attorney General Attacked in Kabul", Voice of America (2997-06-08). Retrieved on 2008-07-29. "Attorney General Abdul Jabar Sabet told reporters he was driving north of the capital when he was confronted by General Din Mohammad Jurat, former head of security in the interior ministry, and a group of armed men. Sabet said he was beaten by rifle butts and that the attackers fired their weapons. He accused Jurat of orchestrating the attack, which he said was a kidnap attempt." mirror
    9. ^ "Afghan Attorney General Accused of Corruption" (in Persian), BBC Persian (April 14, 2008). Retrieved on 2008-04-14.
    10. ^ Rosie Dimano (2007-05-10). "Afghanistan's Untouchables", Toronto Star. Retrieved on 2008-08-03. "In the past 20 months, Attorney General Abdul Jabar Sabet has arrested some 300 top-echelon Afghan officials and charged them with corruption.

    "Ask me how many of them are in jail."

    How many of them are in jail?

    "Not one." mirror
    11. ^ "Afghan Attorney General Gets the Boot from Karzai", Salem News (2008-07-17). Retrieved on 2008-08-03. "Afghan President Hamid Karzai has dismissed his attorney general after an announcement that Attorney-General Abdul Jabbar Sabit would run for the presidency in elections next year. The BBC reports that Mr Karzai said the post of attorney general needed to be free from 'political influences'."

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