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I was born and brought up in Iran, a beautiful country full of history. I started taking photos at an early age of my life with a Lubitel, a Russian twin lenses camera. Most of my photos in those days were black and white. It was a very nice camera that my parents gave me when I was 15 years old.

I always loved to see images. I remember that I would spend time in the library for hours and hours looking at the different photos in Life Magazine, National Geographic and other photographic journals and books. Also I always loved nature, and the different patterns made in it. I remember because of my Entomology studies, I would spend hours in the laboratory looking into microscopes at those beautiful and perfect structures that God created in those different tiny flowers, plants, tiny nematods, animals and insects. Then after I finished university in Iran, I left to do on my M.Sc. in California, the Golden State. There I was witness to even more of the beauties that nature held in each different moments of time. I remember I was always walking and trying to absorb all the scenes in my mind and memory as well as recording them on film. I forgot to say that I received another precious gift from my parents. That was a Canon camera with a fixed lense (G-III QL17). Then after I finished my studies, I returned to Iran for work. I consider myself an artist photographer.

At present I have a lovely Minolta Dynax 7, Mamiya 7II with few lenses. I still love and adore nature and all aspects of it. As a result I love macro photography, landscape, architecture (old and new), and many other categories like artistic abstracts, travel, people, fashion, and photo journalism.

In February 2008, I was delighted to be one of the Amateur UK Photographers short-listed in the Sony World Photography Competition 2008.

I have a vast numbers of printed photos, slides and thousands of negatives which all are archived in many folders.

I love to share my observations through my photos with those people who love and appreciate.

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Plataforma Animalista De Almeria
.... basta ya!

Murderous Sport!!

Israel Kills Children

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This is an image of a protesting young girl. I took it in Al Quds Day in Marble Arch, London 2010.
Iman Darweesh Al Hams (Arabic: ????? ????? ?????, also 'Iyman'), (1991 - 5 October 2004) was a 13-year-old Palestinian girl killed by Israel Defense Forces (IDF) fire near a military observation post in a "no-man's" zone near the Philadelphi Route on 5 October 2004, in Rafah in the Gaza Strip.
The IDF commander of the soldiers which shot her was accused by his comrades and Palestinian witnesses of using automatic fire into the girl's body as she lay wounded on the ground, a subject which was brought into investigation. The commander was found not guilty of illegal use of his weapon, conduct unbecoming an officer and perverting the course of justice by an Israeli military court.
Human rights groups cite her death as one of several incidents which illustrate a "culture of impunity" in the IDF.
According to Umar Abu Khalifa, 25, "Israeli soldiers stormed the area, the girl left the bag and tried to run. Bullets hit the (girl's) bag and then soldiers opened fire on the girl."
Palestinian witnesses reported that it was more than an hour before Israeli troops would allow medics to evacuate the body in an ambulance. At least fifteen bullets were found in the girl's body by Palestinian hospital officials.
Dr. Mohammed al-Hams, who inspected the child's body told The Guardian newspaper that:
"She has at least 17 bullets in several parts of the body, all along the chest, hands, arms, legs ... The bullets were large and shot from a close distance. The most serious injuries were to her head. She had three bullets in the head.
Ehab Hams, an older brother of the slain girl, expressed his distrust of Israeli military justice: "We demand the prosecution of Iman's killer (but) we do not trust the Israeli judicial system." He added, "My sister was an innocent little girl."

The Killing of Iman al Hams

Israeli's enemy!
Israeli's Peace Offering
Bunch of Dead TERRORISTS !!
Kosher Killing!

Al Quds Day - Is it for you?

the Chehelom of Mavi Marmara's Martyrs

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Not Lesbian

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Transsexualism is a condition in which an individual identifies with a physical sex that is different from their biological one. A medical diagnosis can be made if a person experiences discomfort as a result of a desire to be a member of the opposite sex, or if a person experiences impaired functioning or distress as a result of that gender identification. Transsexualism is stigmatized in many parts of the world but has become more widely known in Western culture in the mid to late 20th century, concurrently with the sexual revolution and the development of sexual reassignment surgeries. It remains controversial, however. Discrimination and negative attitudes towards transsexualism often accompany certain religious beliefs or cultural values. There are cultures that have no difficulty integrating people who change gender roles, often holding them with high regard, such as the traditional role for 'two-spirit' people found among certain native American tribes. France has been the only country in the world to remove transexualism from its list of mental illnesses.


"We are not TERRORISTS"

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I took this interesting scene at the public event organized by the photographers' union against the restrict right of photographers in the UK.
In this recent law (Section 44 of the Terrorism Act 2000) the police force have a wide powers to stop and search anyone for "articles of a kind which could be used in connection with terrorism" regardless of whether they have reason to suspect that the presence of such article, if found.
More than 500 photographers with various cameras attended on Saturday 23rd January 2010 in the Trafalgar Square, London, England.

I'm a Photographer, not a Terrorist!

One Minute Silence

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One minute silence for the shohada (martys) of Mavi Marmara

The Israeli military attacked the Freedom Flotilla in international waters in the Mediterranean Sea early on May 31, killing nine Turkish citizens on board the six ships and injuring about 50 other people. The fate of three other Freedom Flotilla activists is still unknown.
Israel also arrested nearly 700 activists from 42 countries on board the Freedom Flotilla, which was attempting to break the siege of Gaza in order to deliver 10,000 tons of humanitarian assistance to the long-suffering people of the territory.

Nine Turkish men on board the Mavi Marmara were shot a total of 30 times and five were killed by gunshot wounds to the head, according to the vice-chairman of the Turkish council of forensic medicine, which carried out the autopsies for the Turkish Ministry of Justice. Eight of them were fathers whose children are now yatims due to the Israeli assault on the Freedom Flotilla.
As the result twenty-eight children lost their fathers as a result of the Israeli attack on the Freedom Flotilla.

Furkan Dogan, (19-year-old) who also has US citizenship, was shot five times from less than 45cm(18 inches), in the face, in the back of the head, twice in the leg and once in the back. Furkan Dogan was a high school student studying social sciences in the town of Kayseri in central Turkey and planned to become a doctor. Fulkan Dogan was born in Troy, N.Y., and moved to Turkey at the age of 2. Son of Dr. Ahmet Dogan, Assoc Prof at Erciyes University, Fulkan Dogan was Turkish-American, with two siblings.

Ibrahim Bilgen, (61 years old) an electrical engineer from Siirt and Member of the Chamber of Electrical Engineers of Turkey. After working as an electrical engineer in various companies, Ibrahim Bilgen founded Bilgen Mühendislik, an electrical engineering company, in 2004. In addition, he founded the first television channel in Siirt, the local television channel SELAM TV. He was married with 6 children.

Ali HaydarBengi, (39 years old), from Diyarbakir. Graduate of Al-Azhar University, Cairo (Department of Arabic literature). Married with 4 children.

Cevdet Kiliçlar, (38 years old), from Kayseri. Originally a journalist, worked for the past year as webmaster for the Humanitarian Relief Foundation (IHH) Married with two children.

Çetin Topçuoglu, (54 years old), from Adana. Former amateur soccer player and taekwondo champion, who coached Turkey’s national taekwondo team. Married with one son.

Necdet Yildirim, (32 years old), an IHH aid worker from Malatya. Married with a three-year-old daughter.

Fahri Yaldiz, (43 yers old), a firefighter who worked for the Municipality of Adiyaman. Married with four children.

Cengiz Songür, (47 years old), from Izmir. Married with six daughters and one son.

Cengiz Akyüz, (41years old), from Iskenderun. Married with children aged 14, 12 and nine.

Public Rally - Hear eyewitness accounts from the Mavi Marmara

9 Peace Activists Shot To Death

Inna lillahi wa inna ilaihi raji'un ???? ??? ? ???? ???? ??????

Gaza Flotilla Testimony of Jamal Elshayyal
Gaza Flotilla Testimony of Osama Qashoo
Gaza Flotilla Testimony of Alex Harrison

Gaza Flotilla Testimonies Meeting George Galloway
Gaza Flotilla Testimonies Meeting, Bernard Regan
Gaza Flotilla Testimonies Meeting, Lindsey German

Palestine Solidarity Campaign

I am Israel

The World of Blood Diamonds

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Red circle: Polishing Centre
Yellow Triangle: Diamond Deposit

What are Blood Diamonds?
Blood diamonds are diamonds that are implicated in horrific human rights abuses including diamond-fueled violence, child labor, and environmental destruction. Diamond-fueled violence includes diamonds illegally traded to fund conflict in war-torn areas, particularly in central and western Africa.

Real Diamond Facts

Blood Diamond: Africa

Nazism = Apartheid = Zionism

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