I Am an Iranian Daughter

Iran`s Historical Monuments,Iranian`s ceremonies,and some times my Thoughts, Diary...

Friday, January 30, 2009

A delay

I am sorry I could not say any thing to excuse my delay!
"Happy Freedom for GAZA"
first days of new year I could not say happy new year because of the war in GAZA and after the peace I could not come and...sorry!
I wish peace and peace and peace for the People all over the world...


At 9:19 PM , Blogger HARISH NAIK said...

gone r the black days for GAZA.... CHEER WITH WORLD.....
www. harishmaani.blogspot.com

At 6:06 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am wondering how you feel about the American reaction to the Gaza invasion.

At 6:06 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm a US student attending the University of Vermont and taking a class on Gender in the Middle East, which is what lead me to your blog. I saw that you were a teacher and I was wondering about any sort of struggles you might have encountered becoming a female teacher in Iran. Please do not take this as me assuming that because of your country of origin you would have experienced such troubles, I am simply wondering if this might be the case and if so, why that might be. If not, fantastic! Your world seems like an interesting one, albeit one totally removed and different from mine (hardly a bad thing). Thank you for reading my comment and I hope to see a response from you soon.
Have a great day!

At 6:35 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello eftekhar, I am also a student from the university of Vermont. I really like the beautiful pictures on your blog and...was wondering what your hopes and expectations are for our countries' relationships with each other. I remember being quite scared in previous years from Bush's threats. Have you ever seen the film "The Color of Paradise"? I think I'm going to rent a lot of Iranian films from the the Library at the University we attend. Any suggestions? Peaceful wishes,

At 3:30 AM , Anonymous Kirsten said...

Dear Iranian Daughter,

Happy New Year, or, in the way my president says it, ""Eide Schoma Mobarak". I learned from his speech to the Iranian people that today is the Iranian New Year. I want to extend wishes to people in Iran, and therefore looked for Iranian blogs. Peace and prosperity, health and joy to everyone! I have only met a few people from your wonderful country, but they have impressed me with their talent, their kindness, their beauty and their love for their country. May all of you be blessed and have a wonderful New Year!

At 7:46 PM , Anonymous patrick said...

From Germany!
A good and happy New Year and the most of all good in life: Liberty!


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