Skip to comments.Christmas in Iran (Photos Included) -- Merry Christmas to every one on FR from your Iranian FRiend
Posted on 12/20/2005 10:49:00 PM PST by Khashayar
People (both muslims and christians) are getting ready for a happy new year and Christmas!
Although we (Persians) have our own solar year delivery (Norouz) on march 21st every year, most people also celebrate Christmas though
Merry Christmas to every one from Iran
Jesus is very well respected and loved in Iran as he is known as the prophet of the peace!
kr íst(t? did the dots get dropped?)mí(hm, not the English "a" sound)s
kreestmees? Is that correct?
And "Mobarak?" Doesn't that mean "holy" or "blessed"? (I am drawing here upon my limited and generally incorrect knowledge of a few words in Arabic.)
And God have mercy on account of your government that its removal take the minimum of life a la Soviet Union.
From your lips to God's ears!
I just looked at the beautiful pictures on your home page. My family fell in love with the Middle East when we visited Israel and Palestine last month. Such history and kind people. We want to spend many more months there and looks like there is so much to see in Iran also.
Thank you so much for your posts!! I am also glad I was prompted to look at yor home page...I love looking at all the pictures!
I am in Seattle...here's a look at some of our scenery:
Kheilimamnoon! (And good night.)
Bump for later reading. Merry Christmas and God Bless!!!
wow! very nice
Merry Christmas, Khashayar!!!!
No fair. Excessive use of telephoto. *\;-)
We are very worried about the latest statements from your new president. Should we be worried? What is the best way for us to help?
LOL!!! However, I have seen it look "close" at sunset out on Alki.
We are worried as well!
This guy is mentally ill and unstable.
Please write to your president and other elected officials and urge them to support freedom and democracy movement in Iran.
There's got to be a cartoon in there somewhere, shark, donkey, ACLU, Christmas trees and Santa Claus in the windows of an islamic country...but don't let me influence you, LOL!
He seems somewhat unstable.
How did he get elected?
I also live near Seattle...and I also enjoyed looking at the photos of Iran. I'd love to visit one of these days...God willing. Thanks for sharing some of your homeland.
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