Skip to comments.Zoroastrian Magi forsees fall of Iranian Government on October 1st, 2004
Posted on 08/28/2004 8:08:18 PM PDT by freedom44Edited on 08/28/2004 8:15:04 PM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
A respected Iranian ex-patriot, Dr. Ahura Pirouz Khaleghi Yazdi, hosts a news program on a southern California based Iranian satellite broadcasting station (Rangarang TV, which means colorful), has recently announced he is returning to Iran to serve as a catalyst for a regime change in Iran no later than that date.
He claims to have the support of leaders inside the Iranian government and military institutions and has booked several chartered aircraft for his return to Iran with his supporters on or before that date.
Dr. Yazdi is a highly respected Iranian Zoroastrian, but a return to Iran without massive public support and protection would surely end in his immediate arrest. This move on his part is one of the boldest of any Iranian ex-patriot in recent memory.
Very little has been published on his efforts in the media and while it is hard to believe that he has sufficient support inside of Iran to protect him, still he is the first such Iranian to make such a bold challenge to the regime.
We need to watch for the reaction of Iranians inside of Iran to this ongoing story.
He recently held a press conference at the National Press Club, August 24, 2004.
You can view the press conference at:
Dr Yazdi hosts a news program on the Iranian satellite broadcasting station, http://www.rangarang.com
His organizations website is: http://www.ahura.info/about/yazdi.html
His personal website is:
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Through the centuries Iran has been notable for religious diversity and original spiritual thought. It has given birth to religions both ancient (Zoroastrian) and modern (Baha'i) and has influenced others to a remarkable degree. I suspect that most Christians, Muslims and Jews will be amazed at the extent to which Iranian thought shaped their faiths; even Buddhism - not a religion one associates with Iran - .