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Joined on October 10, 2012

Lest we forget, Rafsanjani was founding father of IRI & helped bring Khomeini to power. Iran’s true agent of change languishing in jail.—Nazanin Boniadi, Iranian-American actress
We cannot continue to let Israel be treated with such total disdain and disrespect. They used to have a great friend in the U.S., but not anymore. The beginning of the end was the horrible Iran deal, and now this (U.N.)! Stay strong Israel, January 20th is fast approaching!—U.S. President-elect Donald Trump
The clerical oligarchs need an American enemy to justify their repression and their costly and corrupt rule. They know that between our two nations there can never be permanent peace. And this is the most important lesson for the incoming president to learn. —Ray Takeyh is Senior Fellow of the Council on Foreign Relations
It is now time for the Islamic conquests. After the liberation of Aleppo, Bahrain’s hopes will be realized and Yemen will be happy with the defeat of the enemies of Islam.—Hussein Salami, deputy commander of Revolutionary Guards
I believe that Iran represents a clear and present danger to the region, and eventually to the world—they are still a U.S. State Department designated Islamic state sponsor of terrorism, they have and they continue to violate international sanctions, and they continue to spew hatred in their rhetoric coming from senior members of their government—to include their top Mullahs.—M. Flynn, Trump's national security adviser
Did you know you can get 6 years in prison for writing a story in your personal journal in Iran?—Arash Sobhani
As Americans have done throughout our history, this Congress today, on behalf of the American people, has spoken a word of heartfelt support to all Iranian citizens who embrace the values of freedom, human rights, civil liberties and the rule of law.—Mike Pence (now Vice President-elect)
I am so saddened to hear that. And I say, stop it.—President-elect Trump
You follow your religion and let me follow mine. I’ll not participate in this competition if you are going to force me to comply with your religious beliefs.—Heena Sidhu
Maybe wearing Hijab for tourists, athletes and diplomats who travel to Iran for a couple of days seems fun and a change, and only for few days it is enjoyable, but this will help the suppression by Iranian government and wasting years of efforts by women activists fighting forced Hijab. I urge you not to be indifferent to the violations of the rights of millions of women including Iranians. Do not justify this suppression as cultural differences and respecting our culture,—Atena Daemi


Fared Shafinury Concert, Buriel Clay Theater, San Francisco, January 28, 2017