Iranian vice-president's English blog
April 6, 2004 8:16 AM   Subscribe


 
I've been looking for that site! Heard about it somewhere and could never find it. Are all Iranian government officials this cool? Also, who is he writing for? Not Iranians, certainly.
posted by loquax at 9:36 AM on April 6, 2004


Also, who is he writing for? Not Iranians, certainly

believe it or not they do have internet in iran, also they is a pretty big iranian community in north america and europe
(perhaps millions)

it would be nice to see dick cheney's blog :)
posted by bureaustyle at 12:15 PM on April 6, 2004


Also, who is he writing for? Not Iranians, certainly

*(“Chahar shanbe Souri” is a night before the last Wednesday of Iranian year. It is an ancient symbolic tradition in which Iranians do some fire plays.)


I was more referring to the content rather than the existance of the blog. Seems to be that he's expecting a non-Iranian audience to be reading, seeing that he included that and other explanatory comments about Iranian life.
posted by loquax at 12:23 PM on April 6, 2004


Related (?): Muammar Gadafi
posted by mr.marx at 2:57 PM on April 6, 2004


Wow, that's really neat. It feels really strange being able to read about the trivialities of the Iranian Vice President's life over the web, but I'm not sure why.
posted by reklaw at 3:12 PM on April 6, 2004


Gadafi's site is brilliant. He's got solutions to all the world's problems! Isratine, indeed!
posted by Jimbob at 6:11 PM on April 6, 2004


My favorite part of the About Me section:

I married Mrs. Fahimeh Moussavi-nejad in 1980. We have three issues. They are all girls – Faezeh, Fatemeh and Farideh.
posted by lazaruslong at 10:04 PM on April 6, 2004


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