Thursday, August 30, 2007

mashhad ardihal sohrab sipehri مقبره سهراب سپهری در مشهد اردهال





به سراغ من اگر می ایید نرم و اهسته بیایید
مبادا که ترک بردارد چینی نازک تنهایی من
این هم قطعه ای شعر از سهرای سپهری
سهراب در مشهد اردهال نزدیک کاشان ارام گرفته مشهد اردهال جای جالبی است امامزاده ای است که همگان از مقامات لشکری و کشوری به انجا رفته اند مشهد اردهال با مراسم سنتی قالی شویان که نمی دونم در چه ماهی است بسیار دیدنی است در بهار حتما به این روستا بروید

Monday, August 27, 2007

ALI SADR cavern







غار علی صدر که در نزدیکی شهر همدان قرار دارد از مشهورترین غارهای ایران می باشد ضمن اینکه این غار در قسمت هایی هم دارای دریاچه می باشد ارتفاع این غار از سطح دریا 2100 متر است.

ارتفاع اب در این غار گاه به 14 متر نیز می رسد و تا به امروز 5 کشته این غار داشته است

غار علی صدر از سال 1354 برای عموم مردم بازگشایی شد و تا به امروز مردم ایران و توریست های خارجی از این غار بازدید می کنند

قدمت سنگ های این غار متعلق به دوره ژوراسیک است

ALI SADR CAVERN IN HAMEDAN غار علی صدر همدان







غار علی صدر که در نزدیکی شهر همدان قرار دارد از مشهورترین غارهای ایران می باشد ضمن اینکه این غار در قسمت هایی هم دارای دریاچه می باشد ارتفاع این غار از سطح دریا 2100 متر است.

ارتفاع اب در این غار گاه به 14 متر نیز می رسد و همانطور که در اینجا گفتم تا به امروز 5 کشته این غار داشته است

غار علی صدر از سال 1354 برای عموم مردم بازگشایی شد و تا به امروز مردم ایران و توریست های خارجی از این غار بازدید می کنند

قدمت سنگ های این غار متعلق به دوره ژوراسیک است

Sunday, August 26, 2007

unripe autumn in kabodarahang پاییز زودرس در کبودراهنگ همدان




سلام
این یک سری از عکسهایی است که از کبودر اهنگ همدان گرفتم هست در اینجا پاییز زود فرا می رسد و بهار هم دیر می اید امیدوارم که از این عکسها که یدونه شون از برگ بارون خورده است لذت ببرید
عکسهایی هم از غار علی صدر و گنجنامه هم انداختم که بعدا می گذارم
این سفرنامه ای است که از این مسافرت نوشتم

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

old hotel in tehran هتل قدیمی کنار سید خندان در حال تخریب



این هتل قدیمی که مدتها بود بی استفاده بود و فقط از طبقه اول ان مخابرات و فروشگاهش استفاده می کرد و شرکت پست هم در کنارش دفتری زده بود بالاخره پس از چندید سال کم کم تخریب می شود دوست داشتم اینجا خارجه بود و با تی ان تی فرو می ریخت

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

ladybug کفشدوزک یا پینه دوز




اسمش را کفشدوزک بذاریم یا پینه دوز بهرحال موجود با نمک و جالبی است که صد البته سمی نیز می باشد

Sunday, August 19, 2007

doctor mohammad mossadegh دکتر محمد مصدق



The Biography of Dr. Mohammad Mossadegh

Dr. Mohammad Mossadegh was born on May 19, 1882. His father, Hedayat Ashtiani, was the Finance Minister under King Naser al-Din Qajar, and his mother was a granddaughter of the Crown Prince Abbas Mirza.

After the Constitutional Revolution of 1906, Mossadegh was elected from Isfehan to the first Parliament, but since he was under the age of 30, he refused his position as a Parliament member.

When Mohammad Ali Shah bombarded the first Parliament, and Liberals were either executed or imprisoned, Mossadegh spent a while in concealment. Iin 1909 he set out for France through Russia, and he studied at the Political Science Institute of Paris for two years. Due to his illness, Mossadegh was forced to return to Iran, but after 5 months he traveled to Switzerland where he continued his education at the Neuchatel law school. He obtained his Ph.D in law and his attorney permit in 1913.

In 1914 he returned to Iran and began his career at the Political Science Institute of Tehran, as a professor. During this time, Mossadegh authored two books, "Civil Legal Procedure," and the "Capitulation" .

In 1917, Mossadegh became the deputy Finance Minister and tried his best to put a definite end to corruption inside the Ministry.

When the cabinet of Vosough al-Doleh signed the agreement of 1919 with the British government, Mossadegh strongly criticized the agreement and left the country for Europe. There he informed the western societies about this agreement which would have made Iran a British colony. To sign the agreement, Vosugh received �131,000 as bribe for himself and his Foreign and Finance ministers.

A few months later, public pressure forced Vosough out of office, and Moshir al-Doleh became Prime Minister. The new Premier invited Dr. Mossadegh to join the cabinet as Minister of Justice.

In his return to Iran from the Persian Gulf, due to the request of the people of Shiraz, he accepted the governorship of the Fars province until the coup d'etat of 1921. There, too, he took effective steps towards the security of the people.

When the British backed coup of Seyed Zia and Reza Khan took place in 1921, Mossadegh was one of the few Iranian politicians who questioned the legitimacy of the coup government, and resigned his post as the governor of Fars. After his abdication, on his way to Tehran, the Bakhtiari tribe invited Mossadegh to be their guest. He lived there until the Zia government collapsed after 100 days.

After Zia's fall, Ghavam al-Saltaneh became the new Premier and Dr. Mossadegh was posted as the Finance Minister with special authority.

After the fall of Ghavam's government, and Moshir becoming the premier once again, Mossadegh was invited to become the governor of the Azerbaijan province. He accepted the post provided that full authority over the province's armed forces is given to him. At the end ,however, due to the provincial army commander's disobedience, who got his orders from Reza Khan (the War Minister), Mossadegh resigned and returned to Tehran.

In May 1923, Mossadegh became the Foreign Minister of Moshir's cabinet, and strongly opposed the British government demanding 2 million Pounds from Iran, for the creation of the Iranian southern police (which protected Britain's interests!.)

After Moshir's resignation, Reza Khan (Commander of the Armed Forces), took office as Prime Minister.

Dr. Mossadegh was elected to the Parliament from Tehran, and it was during this period that the Qajar dynasty was overthrown and Reza khan declared himself the King of Iran. Mossadegh strongly opposed this and when the sixth Majlis ended, and Reza Khan became the absolute dictator of Iran, Mossadegh was forced to stay at home for many years. During the last years of Reza Shah's reign, when most of the political figures had either died or surrendered to the Pahlavi regime, Mossadegh was arrested and exiled for several months, and was finally sent back to his Ahmad Abad country estate and remained under house arrest.

After the occupation of Iran by the British and Russian armies in 1941, Reza Shah was ousted and exiled to South Africa where he died a couple of years later.

In the elections of the 14th Majlis (Parliament), Dr. Mossadegh was surprisingly honored by the nation and elected as the first deputy from the Capital.

In the 15th Majlis elections, because of the election rigging, Mossadegh did not get the chance to enter the Parliament, so the British could lobby the passage of the 1933 oil agreement signed by the ex-Shah, with the new cabinet, and, therefore, plunder the Iranian oil for another 60 years. With the public pressure mounting, the wish of the British government could not come true, and the term of the 15th Majlis ended. But the Shah, at the request of the British, formed a Constituent Assembly, and extended his powers as a constitutional monarch. It was also during this period that, Mossadegh and his companions formed the Jebhe Melli (National Front) of Iran, which played a great role in nationalizing the Iranian oil industry.

Despite all the interference and frauds of the Shah during the 16th Majlis elections, the fake ballot boxes were announced expired, and the Royal Court minister was assassinated. In the second round of the elections, Mossadegh and a group of his companions were elected. It was this Parliament that approved the nationalization of the Iranian oil industry. A while later, the Majlis elected Mossadegh as the new Prime Minister.

When Mossadegh became Premier in 1951, the first thing he did after introducing his cabinet, was the enforcement of the Oil Nationalization Bill.

Following the British law suit against Iran and taking it up in the United Nations Security Council, Dr. Mossadegh traveled to New York to defend Iran's rights. Then he went to the Netherlands to defend Iran at the Hague, which voted in favor of Iran in its huge international legal encounter with England. On his way back home, Mossadegh also paid a visit to Egypt where he was magnificently welcomed.


Dr. Mossadegh and His Supporters in Front of the Majlis

By controlling the Defense Ministry (formerly War Ministry), Mossadegh succeeded in purging the army from corrupt officers, and this angered the Royal Court a lot.

In March of 1953, the Royal Court decided to carry out a conspiracy against Dr. Mossadegh. On the first day of March, it was plotted, the Shah would leave for Europe pretending that Mossadegh forced him to do so. On the other hand, some hooligans and expelled army officers would gather in front of the Royal Palace to prevent the Shah's departure and attack and kill Mossadegh when he was coming out of there. The plan fell flat when Mossadegh was informed in advance and escaped the scene unharmed.

General Afshar-Toos, the loyal police chief of Mossadegh's government, was brutally murdered by the Royal Court's agents and the expelled officers.

Disputes between the Parliament and the cabinet increased, and following the Majlis member's abstractions Mossadegh declared a national referendum to let the people choose between dissolving of the Parliament, or cabinet's resignation. In this plebiscite,( criticized by many, because of the separation of the Yes and No ballot boxes, and not being held at the same time nationwide), the majority voted against Majlis. In August 1953, therefore, the Parliament was officially dissolved.

On August 16, 1953, in an American-British orchestrated conspiracy, the Shah dismissed Dr. Mossadegh. The chief of the Royal Guards served Mossadegh with the formal dismissal notice. He was also ordered to occupy the house by the Royal troops as he was ordered to. But when soldiers reached the Mossadegh's house, Mossadegh's guards immediately arrested the Royal Guard's chief and his troops. The coup was publicized and the Shah fled to Italy.

On 17th and 18th of August, people took to the streets in support of Mossadegh and the statues of the Shah and his father pulled down all over the country.

On August 19th, the secret services of the U.S and Britain (CIA - MI6), engineered a more precise and expensive coup and this time succeeded in overthrowing Mossadegh's government. On this tragic day, after bribing some people from different walks of life, those behind the coup managed to pull a large number of hooligans into the streets to rally against the national government of Dr. Mossadegh. Because of the police chief treachery, the mob reached the Prime Minister's residence and after hours of bombarding it and fighting a bloody battle with the small group of Mossadegh's loyal guards, they entered the house and after plundering it, they burned it down. Mossadegh and his companions used a ladder to escape and took refuge inside the neighbor's house. Some of Mossadegh's previous companions were among the coup plotters.

The following day, Dr. Mossadegh and his loyal companions surrendered themselves to the coup Prime Minister, General Zahedi. A few days latter, the Shah returned to Iran from Italy, and began his 25 years of despotic reign.

During his trial in a military court, Dr. Mossadegh disclosed the secrets of the two coups against his government. He was sentenced to three years imprisonment after which he, now 74, was transferred to his country house in Ahmad Abad, and lived there under house arrest until his death. On March 4, 1967, Dr. Mossadegh died of cancer at the age of 84. His body was buried in one of the rooms of his residence. He was survived by 2 sons and 3 daughters.



این تصاویر که می بینید از کتاب سازمان سیا علیه مصدق و کتاب محاکمه و دفاع دکتر محمد مصدق اسکن گرفتم کیفیت تصاویر پایینه ولی بهر حال عکس قدیمی جذابیت خاص خودش رو داره
درود بر مصدق
اینم مطلبم راجع به مصدق

Saturday, August 18, 2007

kohrang کوهرنگ شهرکرد



اینجا که مشاهده می کنید جایی نیست جز تونل و ابشار مصنوعی کوهرنگ در نزدیکی شهرکرد
حتما در این تابستان مسافرت به این مکان زیبا و صد البته خنک را از یاد نبرید در کنار این تونل اب که از افتخارات ایرانیان است چشمه ابی هم وجود دارد هوای این منطقه در تابستان هم لرزه بر اندام انسان می اندازد

Wednesday, August 8, 2007

2000 road in iran (tonekabon) جاده 2000 تنکابن





فاصله را می بینی و می روی

انجا که فاصله با تو حرف می زند انجا که طبیعت با همه رنجی که از تو کشیده تو را در اغوش می گیرد

می دونم از دستم دلگیر بود از دست اون همه دود کامیون هایی که داشت چوب های درخت ها را به شهر می برد

انجا که جاده تا ان بالا بالا ها می رود و تو فکر می کنی خیلی مانده است

جاده ها رفته اند و رفته اند

می روی به ان بالا

ای وای باورم نمی شود ان بالا هم ویلا ساخته اند اما این طبیعت چه کند ؟

اگر جای طبیعت بودم نمی ذاشتم یک غریبه بدون جان انجا ساکن شود

اما او صبورتر از این حرفاست

نفس کشیدن هم برایت سخت می شود

برای مایی که اکسیژن خالص نداشتیم و حالا انجا داریم حیرت انگیز است

می خواهی تمام اکسیژن را یکباره بالا بکشی

می خواهی با خود خواهی همه اش را ببلعی

انجا که رسیدی مه با تو می اید و می اید

می گوید حالا که دلت از تاریکی ها خسته شده

حالا که همه درها بروت بسته شده

بیا این هم سفیدی

این هم سفیدی در دنیای سبز

تو انقدر بالا رفته ای که دیگر در مه فرو رفته ای

اره نه می توانی پایین را نگاه کنی و نه بالا را

نه پشت و نه جلو

فاصله ها کم شد و تو به اسمان نزدیک تر شده ای

اما هنوزم همان ادمی هستی که بودی

پیاده می شوی و قدم می زنی خاک انجا از تو شکایت می کند و بهت می گوید می بینی بی جنبه بودی می بینی ادم هایی مثل تو در این زیبایی طبیعت برویم کیسه زباله و اشغال پفک و... ریخته اند

جاده 2000 تنکابن را از ان روی برایش نام گذاری کرده اند که در اواخر جاده به ارتفاعات بالا و 2000 می رسد انقدر بالا که در مه فرو می روی. جاده دو هزار را اگر نرفتی حتما یکبار برو

البته راهی دگر هم هست می توانی از الموت قزوین با کوهنوردی و با بلد راه از ارتفاعات قزوین رد شوی و به ارتفاعات مازندران برسی و اخر جاده 2000 استقبال تو کوهنورد را می کشد

Saturday, August 4, 2007

cat baby بچه گربه در حال شیر خوردن



فکر می کنم عکس جالبی باشه از شیر خوردن دو بچه گربه از مادرشون البته مشکل زاویه داشتم و همچنین نمی توستم زیادی هم نزدیک بشم البته عکسهای دیگری از اون بچه گربه قهوه ای گرفتم که بعدا اونارو می ذارم

Thursday, August 2, 2007

sleep in mosque خواب معتکفین




یک معتکف در هنگام اعتکاف ان هم در فصلی چون تابستان که ساعات بیشاری را باید روزه داری کند احتیاج مبرمی به خواب و استراحت دارد فارغ از انکه باید با استراحت انرژی خود را برای ادامه کار و خواندن ادعیه و قران و نمازنگه دارد اگر می خواهد شب را احیا کند و بیدار بمانهد مجبور است که بعد از ظهر را کمی بخوابد
اعتکاف دنیایی دارد که تا در ان شرکت نکنی نمی فهمی چیست یک علت انکه شرکت کنندگان در اعتکاف تعدادشان کم است ان است که مردم فکر می کننند ادم های خاص و خیلی حزب اللهی در اعتکاف شرکت می کنند در حالیکه سه سال توفیق حضور در این مراسم این را حداقل برای من ثابت کرد که خیلی ها برخلاف ظاهرشان در این مراسم شرکت می کنند خیلی ها که در خیابان ببینی فکر نمی کنی این در اعتکاف شرکت کند

Wednesday, August 1, 2007

etekaf pictures عکسهایی از اعتکاف




این گزارش تصویری از اعتکافی استکه خود در ان حضور داشتم بنظرم چون خودم معتکف بودم و از زاویه یک عکاس کار نکردم عکسای جالبی نشد

my favorite pictures

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