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In Gedenken an alle Hingerichteten im Iran – ermordet durch ein barbarisches Regime

Some Die Young

I will tell you a story if you die
I will tell you a story and keep you alive
And the best you can
I will tell them to the children
If we have some
If we have someAnd I have always felt the feeling we would die young
Some die young
Some die young
Some
Some die youngYou better hold on
Some many things I need to say to you
Please don’t, don’t let me go
And we said we would die together
some die youngYou better hold on
Some many things I need to say to you
Please dont, don’t let me go
And wee said we would die together
Some die youngI will tell you a story if you try
But along with your thoughts of valleis they are green
When the world you were born in changes of seasons
Will you run with the dream or will you run alone
or will you run against and finally reveal
Why some die young
Why some die young
Why some die, some die young

Some die young
But you better hold on
So many things I need to say to you
Please don’t, don’t let me go
And we said we would die together

Some die young
But you better hold on
So many things I need to say to you
Please don’t, don’t let me go
And we said we would die together

Some die young
but you better hold on
but you better hold on
So many things i need to say to you
Please don’t, don’t let me go
and we said we would die together
Some die young
(Some die young)

Song: Laleh (Laleh Pourkarim) – in Schweden lebende junge Musikerin

Geboren um zu leben

Es fällt mir schwer
ohne Dich zu leben
Jeden Tag zu jeder Zeit
einfach alles zu geben
Ich denk‘ so oft
zurück an das was war
an jenem so geliebten vergangenen Tag
Ich stell‘ mir vor
dass du zu mir stehst,
und jeden meiner Wege
an meiner Seite gehst
Ich denke an so vieles
seitdem du nicht mehr bist
denn du hast mir gezeigt
wie wertvoll das Leben ist

Wir waren geboren um zu leben
mit den Wundern jener Zeit
Sich niemals zu vergessen
bis in alle Ewigkeit
Wir waren geboren um zu leben
für den einen Augenblick
Bei dem jeder von uns spürte
wie wertvoll Leben ist

Es tut noch weh
wieder neuem Platz zu schaffen
Mit gutem Gefühl
etwas Neues zuzulassen
In diesem Augenblick
bist du mir wieder nah
wie an jedem so geliebten vergangenen Tag
Es ist mein Wunsch
wieder Träume zu erlauben
ohne Reue nach vorn
in eine Zukunft zu schauen
Ich sehe einen Sinn
seitdem du nicht mehr bist
Denn du hast hat mir gezeigt
wie wertvoll mein Leben ist

Wir waren geboren um zu leben
mit den Wundern jener Zeit
Sich niemals zu vergessen
bis in alle Ewigkeit
Wir waren geboren um zu leben
für den einen Augenblick
Bei dem jeder von uns spürte
wie wertvoll Leben ist

Wir waren geboren um zu leben…

Song:  Unheilig (Deutschland)

IRAN- Prostitution in Iran, Documentary.

From Tehran to Cairo / از تهران تا قاهره

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مستندی درباره واپسین روزهای زندگی‌ محمدرضا شاه پهلوی با حضور و به روایت شهبانو فرح پهلوی و با کمک گزارش‌های خبری اون روزها قسمتی‌ از تاریخ معاصر ایران را مرور می‌کنیم. (mehr …)

BBC Iran and the West – The Man who Changed the World – ایران و غ

History of Modern Iran: A Nuclear Islamic Republic | BBC Documentary

Iran and the West is the name of a three part British documentary series shown in February 2009 on BBC Two to mark the 30th anniversary of the 1979 Iranian Revolution. The documentary looks at the relationship between Iran and the countries of the west and features interviews with politicians who have played significant roles in events involving Iran, Europe and the United States since 1979. The series is produced by Norma Percy, whose previous series include The Death of Yugoslavia and Israel and the Arabs: Elusive Peace.

Militant Islam enjoyed its first modern triumph with the arrival in power of Ayatollah Khomeini in Iran in 1979. In this series of three programmes, key figures tell the inside story.

Former US president Jimmy Carter talks on television for the first time about the episode that, more than any other, led American voters to eject him from the presidency. Iran’s seizure of the US embassy in Tehran and the holding of its staff for 444 days took more and more of Carter’s time and energy. His final days in office were dominated by desperate attempts to secure the release of the embassy hostages. Those who sat in the White House with him, planning how to rescue the hostages, how to negotiate their release and, finally, wondering whether anything could be rescued from the disaster, all tell their part in the story.

Other contributors include former vice president Walter Mondale, ex-deputy secretary of state Warren Christopher and former national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski. The other side of the story is told by top Iranians: Ayatollah Khomeini’s close adviser, Grand Ayatollah Montazeri; his first foreign minister, Ebrahim Yazdi; his negotiator with the US, Sadeq Tabatabai; and the founder of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard, Mohsen Rafiqdoust

Second episode in the documentary series marking the 30th anniversary of the Iranian Revolution. Inside stories are told by two ex-presidents of Iran, Hashemi Rafsanjani and Mohammad Khatami, by two founders of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard, and by leading westerners including Secretaries of State George Shultz, Warren Christopher and Madeleine Albright.

In part three of this landmark series from Norma Percy and the team that made the multi-award winning documentaries The Death of Yugoslavia and Elusive Peace: Israel and the Arabs, contributors including Iran’s President Khatami tell the inside story of the West’s continuing nuclear confrontation with Iran. The film also shows a rare moment when they worked together.

US State Department insiders tell how, after 9/11, Iran played a key role in helping America to topple the Taliban in Afghanistan – only for President Bush to put Iran into his ‚axis of evil‘ immediately afterwards. Jack Straw, then foreign secretary, and President Khatami describe how Iran offered to help the US and its allies in their war against Saddam Hussein – help that, given Iran’s powerful contacts in Iraq and the West’s subsequent difficulties there, might have made a crucial difference.

Jack Straw, his successor Margaret Beckett, and Joschka Fischer of Germany describe how they struggled to find a compromise between Iran and President Bush’s hardliners over Iran’s nuclear programme. John Sawers at the UN reveals an extraordinary secret deal that Iran proposed a few years later.

 

Four Wives and One Husband – Polygamy in Iran – Documentary

An intimate portrait of a polygamist family in a rural Iranian village. The intricacies of the relationships between the four wives, their husband, their astoundingly free-spoken mother-in-law and their numerous children. Sometimes humorous and often heartbreaking, this film follows the daily lives of the wives whose situation has turned them into both bitter rivals and co-conspirators against their abusive husband.

Divorce Iranian Style – Family Court Rooms in Iran – Documentary

Divorce Iranian Style challenges preconceptions about what life is like for women in Iran. The most startling thing about the film is simply that it was made. The filmmakers follow the cases of three women who are attempting to divorce their husbands. Although Iranian religious law frowns on divorce, a man is allowed to claim the privilege without needing to show cause, provided
he pays his ex-wife compensation. A woman, however, can only sue for divorce if she can prove that her husband is sterile or mad, or if he agrees to let her out of their marriage contract. In the last case, the compensation becomes the bargaining chip: the man will sometimes give his wife her freedom if he doesn’t have to pay.

The women are assertive, demanding, and persistent to a degree that confounds stereotypes of oppression. They challenge the judge, badger the uncooperative clerk for misplaced files, chew out their husbands and their husbands‘ families.
At one point, the judge tells a little girl (the daughter of the court stenographer who has been a fixture in the court from the age of two months) that he has a man picked out for her who’s „not like the riffraff that come in here.“ The girl
has a more radical plan: „I won’t marry ever, now that I know what husbands are like.“

 

فیلم ایـرانی – بهترین همسایه دنیا

Gedayane Tehran مهران غفوریان و علی صادقی فیلم گدایان تهران

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BBC: Our World – Iran’s Secret Army


My 2013 film about the clandestine role of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards in the Syrian conflict…

(With thanks to NOS/Nieuwsuur & Roozbeh Kaboly)

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