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Written by Sahameddin Ghiassi on 2008-05-19
WHEN LOVE DIES By Amir Sahameddin Ghiassi The young girl, about seventeen years old, steps firmly to the death place; Mona Mahmundizhad, one of my best students, was persecuted in Iran (Persia), because she was Bah?'?. The Bah?'? religion is a world religion which began in Persia . Bah?'?s believe in the oneness of God, the oneness of religion, and the unity of mankind. Bah?'?s strive to eliminate all prejudices of race, nationality, and religion. And Bah?'?s respect that all religions have come from the same God, in different times, to guide mankind. The revolutionary Islamic court in Shiraz, Iran persecuted Mona, and now they wanted to perform her execution. Mona was walking very firmly towards the place of execution without any doubt or fear. She was singing Bah?'? songs and was walking like an angel towards her place of death. The people who were looking at this heroine were all crying and their faces were wet with tears. The eyes of her Moslem friends were shining from the tears and their faces were red; Mona was the only one not crying, and she was not sorry about what would happen to her in a few minutes. The reflection of God was in her face and she was sure that what she was doing was right and correct. The Moslem people around her were singing Moslem songs, quietly. Some of them were singing in a very low voice while crying about this cruel situation and what would happen in a few minutes. The Bah?'?s who were there were singing the Bah?'? songs, "Sobuhon Ghoduson Rebeana Ve Reben Malaekaten Ve Ruh" The Moslems were singing "Alah o akbar" and the Baha'I were singing "All?h-u-Abh?, All?h-u-Abh?". My friend Djalal, who was there as Mona's teacher, told me the following story in the hopes that the message of Mona would reach the people: "I could not believe that what I was seeing was real. She, the young girl, was so in love with God that she was ready to be killed for Him and His glory. For her faith. And I, her poor teacher, must be there - without any power to save her. I have to watch the execution of one of my best students; I am a helpless person and can see the injustice to this young girl who has no crime in her life. The only crime that the so-called Islamic court could prove was that she was Bah?'?. A young, nice, intelligent, lovely, friendly and pure girl, who should be walking to the university to study and should have her whole life and future in front of her, was going to be executed because she was Bah?'?. And, who had signed her document but a Moslem who must be the follower of Imam Hossein, who was killed by Jazid in Karbella with all his family; his wife, children and even a little baby. The Jazid had cut off the water from them; so in the hot summer day of Kerbella, these holy people had no water to drink and must fight with these cruel people. He had been killed and for three days his body, and the bodies of his family, were left under the hot burning sun of the Kerbella Dessert. We had always cried for his death and the cruel situation in Kerbella, and now one of his followers had signed the death document for Mona. "Her friends and classmates were there and were crying very bitterly; but Mona was firm and was singing with love and joy. "The revolution of Iran , which should have been a religious revolution and should have lead the people to God's way, was now eating the innocent people and children. Which dirty hand in the revolution would like to paint a black page for Islamic history? I was Moslem, my father was Moslem, and he loved all the people around him. He always said to me, 'Djalal, you must respect all other people and their religion, and even if they have a false religion, you must respect them so they will respect our prophet. If you say bad words about their false prophet or god, they will do the same thing to our real and pure God." Now I was seeing the Moslems killing young, innocent children; my students, who were like my children. I could imagine that one day they might kill my little girl and that she must walk to her death place. "Mona was a very good and friendly student of mine. She always helped the other students and laughed in a friendly way with them. She liked the younger students and helped them with their homework. Her parents were very proud of her. She was also, as I had heard, a teacher for the Bah?'? Friday school for younger students, which was another crime the Islamic court could prove. "Her parents were very proud of her. I, as her teacher, was there to watch her die. Helpless and poor, I could not change this injustice and had to accept this way of cruelty. I wish that I had the power to do something more for my beloved student than just stand there and cry. I did know that any wrong movement would mean my death also, and I did not think my death would help my student. "In Persia , the teacher is like a father or mother, and they love the students like their own children - so for me it was like I was watching my own child being killed by the Islamic court. My mother, who was a Moslem believer, said to me that she would pray for my student who was to be killed by an unjust court. "Why should people be so cruel to each other and why should they kill each other just because they have other thoughts or religions, which had been given to them by their parents anyway? She was like my daughter and was very polite and friendly to me. I was very sorry to see all this happening to her and sometimes I could not believe that what I was seeing was real. My eyes were full of hot tears, burning my skin as they ran down my face. My feet were shivering as I saw that Mona was close to her death place. She behaved like a hero without any doubt, sorrow or fear. She was looking firmly in front of her and her dark eyes were shining with the love of God. The people who persecuted her could not see this love and purity. They were blind and could not see the light of God. I did not know why the love for God that Mona was demonstrating now would not move the people that had signed her execution. Were their hearts made of stone or did their business, money and power blind them? Why could not the people see the light and glory of God, which was reflected by Mona? "Mona walked to her execution place, took the execution rope, kissed it and put it around her neck. The voice of the Moslems who were singing Moslem songs now changed to the Bah?'? song which Mona was singing. Now all the Moslems and Bah?'?s were singing the same song. They were united in song, the Bah?'? song which Mona was singing. All were full of sorrow and sadness. She died at 17 years of age, but her spirit and how she died, I will never forget. I hoped that the other people that saw this would never forget. Any human being should be ashamed to kill innocent people for their beliefs or for the beliefs of their parents. "Many other Persian girls and boys have been killed by the Islamic Revolution Court and their only crime was that they were Bah?'?. What could they do; as their parents were Bah?'? so they were Bah?'? also. Some of them were my students. Why should I teach them to be killed by the Islamic court? My work was a useless work. I became very depressed and could not teach anymore." Djalal, my friend who was telling this story, looked in my eyes. His eyes were red because he cried so much for his students who were killed. I could feel the warm tears on my face as well. He said, " What can we do? Only cry for this cruelty?" Should we just sit and look at what the cruel people do as they misuse religion and humanity to kill in the name of God the innocent boys and girls, our students? I thought God gave us a heart full of His love so that we could love and understand each other and each other's children. But these cruel people do not use even their simple understanding for the other people and in the name of God they kill children of God. And they claim that they believe in God. Djalal could not teach in the schools of Iran anymore and he was so sad that I was worried he would soon loose his mind. He said, "How can I be in the class and see the children whom I should teach? The faces of other students who were killed are in front of me and I see in each of the other students, the face of Mona. I cannot teach anymore and see the innocent children who could also be killed by the Islamic Court". Djalal left me that day. I was always looking for him and I went many times to his house to visit him. The last time that I saw him he was very depressed and his hair had turned white during those years. When I rang his bell, his daughter opened the door. I saw her face, an Iranian girl with the same eyes and face as Mona. I saw in her face the face of Mona. The girl invited me into the house and to her father's room. Djalal was reading a book. He saw me and stood up to shake my hand. " You see, Amir, my girl. I saw always the face of Mona in her face. Maybe the same situation will happen to my daughter one day and they will kill her as they killed Mona." Djalal; we should work for a goal as Mona worked for a goal. We should work so that our children will have a nice free country, and we should work against this cruelty. I know that maybe they will kill us too, but we must not give up and must try. Freedom has its cost and Mona paid that cost for us. Look at history; many people have been killed because they wanted justice, but they did not give up, they followed their ways without fear or doubt. I know that many young people have been killed, but one day our children will enjoy this freedom. Mona did her part, and we must do our part too. I think, Djalal, you have been right. And I know that it is very hard for you to see all these cruel things. But we should give the message of Mona to the whole world because they have to know what has happened. The Iranian organizations, which call themselves organizations for humanity and human rights, should understand what they have done to the young and innocence in the Name of God. I hope that one day the message of Mona will reach the people who have God in their hearts and are willing to listen to the words of God. The people who can open their hearts to God, and who are pure, will listen. I am not a Baha'i ,but I borrowed money to one of my best Moslem friend and in respons of my help he wrote to the government of Iran that I am a Baha'i so I have been persecuted as a Baha'i and my jobs and other belonging have been taken from me. My sister who was married to a Baha'i told me come t here and you will have jobs and everything. She has told me this for many years and I have sent her money to buy for me houses in the USA . Her husband who is a Baha'i wrote to me , too.. COme here and everything will be OK. He thought I cannot come here and Iranina government will kill me as a Baha'i , he hoped. Or I cannot come to the USA . As I was here he told me per telephone "do not come to us if you come I will call the police" So you can see the Moslem friends, Baha'i family and government were not nice to me. Please help me in this regard that at least the other people should not make the same mistake that I did. Yours Amir John Chartrand wrote: Hi, Sahameddin, That is a great ad. You should get a good response from that. How are things going? I am still in Cairo and I don't know how long I plan to be here. John Chartrand Sahameddin Ghiassi wrote: American Language, Music, Dancing and Boarding School Amir Sahameddin Ghiassi. That is my ad for the school. Home Rooms People Rules Apply Story-Amir Main Menu Home Rooms People Rules Apply Story-Amir 407-282-6180 Click to Enlarge. 407-281-9704 Click to Enlarge. I S American Language,Music,Dancing and Boarding School Email: Alan, Amir Ghiassi Cell: 407-281-9704 _______________________________________________________ 10420 Lehman Road, Orlando FL 32825 From 434 Turn right to Colonial. After passing 2 lights, turn left onto Murdock. Next, turn right onto the second street on your right, Flowers St. The second street on your left is called Culver, turn left. At the end of Culver, turn left onto Lehman. It will be the first house on your right. More Info Here 13305 Lacebark Pine Road, Orlando FL 32832 From Heffner or Narcossee turn onto Moss Park Ave. Drive 4 Miles. Before you reach Moss Park turn left onto Lake Mary Jane Road. Drive 2 miles. Next, turn left onto Capri. At the end of Capri turn right onto Lacebark Pine Road. It is the first house on your left side. More Info Here _______________________________________________________ International Boarding.Music,Dancing and Language School Iranian South American Language and Boarding School, Inc. Learn English, German, Persian, Arabic, Turkish, Spanish, Portuguese and live with friends and other students. Rooms for rent 7 minutes drive to UCF. Rooms are fully furnished, Cable TV and computer DSL. Table tennis, volley ball court, basketball court, swimming pool, pond for fishing and canoeing. Rooms are $ 450 per month for rooms and $650 for apartments. Utilities included. Call Alan, Amir 407 2826180, 407 277 4609, 407 2819704, or 407 977 7974 or email Sghiassi_fhc@ or Sahameddinghiassi@ Price Range From: $450 - $850 Advantages Teaching Persian, English, Turkish, Arabic, German and other subjects! 10 minutes drive to UCF! Sports Rooms come fully furnished with Cable TV and Computer DSL. Access to: Pool, Basketball courts, Volleyball courts, pond for Fishing and Canoeing. Sunshine State States Approval License.

Written by Ali Derakhshan on 2008-04-15
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Written by Deborah Copithorne on 2008-02-26
THANK GOD FOR ALL HIS BLESSINGS ART IS GODLY UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE CASA - CARE AND SHARE ART ( CASA / 71 Countries / 357 Artists & growing ) CASA youngest artist Zeyn Alpay ( 4.5 Years ) Please join us as a Supporter ,Sponsor or Artist Donor Please relay to all No Fear ( 60" x 40" ) DAVID ( 7 x 5 ) feet Acrylic on Canvas by Deborah Copithorne Dear Friend: WELCOME to CASA - CARE AND SHARE ART INC. CASA VILLAGE II / GLOBAL GENIUS ( G G ) III / GLOBAL GOURMET ( G G ) I / DEBORAH ? CANADA ( D C ) CARE AND SHARE ART NOBEL PRIZE FOR CHILDREN ART OLYMPIC My name is Deborah Copithorne. I am a Western Canadian Fine Artist. You may view images of my original acrylic on canvas paintings, watercolor sketches and mixed media artwork. Please visit and Simply find the Artist Gallery on the Casa site and the Artist list on the Artevo site and type in my name. Thank you. Please feel free to also visit If you know anyone who may be interested in purchasing a lot or business please press on Contact Us on the web site and someone will get back to you. CASA Village will be an extension of Harmony for the future. Please note that I am open to your comments, insight, suggestions and any questions. I appreciate a reply from you any time. I am sending you this letter with the motive to introduce you to myself and to the movement of CASA Village, CASA (CARE AND SHARE ART), Nobel Prize for Children and Art Olympic. Please refer to to find out more information. These ideas are to enforce love, help the less fortunate around the globe , help protect the environment, enhance world peace, tolerance, co-operation, understanding, acceptance, confidence, recognition, human rights, cultural enrichment, global coherence. I have been working with the President?s and Deans from Universities, and Colleges involving challenging the students to carefully plan and design 160 acres of land that will open the way for this whole mission. The whole theme is art related. We are also in stages of gathering Artists from 243 countries around the world who are interested in donating one or more of their art works to CASA. We currently have 354 Artists from 71 countries who have joined CASA. There are 125 Artists from Canada. CASA will be a global touring art exhibition and with the goal as a permanent event. Each Artist who participates receives their own artist number and serial number on the back of their donated art work. The art work will be part of a permanent collection or if people like to purchase the art it will be replaced with new art work. If the art sells to the buyer, the condition is to donate the proceeds to any legitimate charity of their own choice. Please note that because it is very early, we are not collecting art at this point. We will inform everyone regarding these details at a future time. We are hoping to begin the CASA Exhibition in Paris. When? It is still too early at these stages to give a specific date right now. There is huge work to be done. CASA is for all people who are interested and would like to participate. We are looking for Artists, Supporters and Sponsors. If you would like to participate, simply contact me, Co Founder or the Founder of CASA. CASA will initiate the Nobel Prize for Children and the Art Olympic equivalent to the Sport Olympic. This has never been accomplished in the face of history. If you are interested, in your own words, contact the Nobel Prize Committee and ask them to please include children for the Prize. Children are our future and are worthy to be recognized and honored. Thank you. or All humanity will benefit from all of this. CASA will make a lasting impression. CASA is clearly wanting to shed light to the many facets of CASA?S character and on the aim of its work. CASA is wanting to give life to all people and the environment. With this mission no one has anything to lose. At this stage we only need UR : PLEASE CONFIRM FOLLOWING info : Example item no name country qty web email 81 2 Deborah Copithorne Canada 10 Please join us as a Supporter ,Sponsor or Artist Donor Please relay to all ( artists , art outlets , students , children , schools ,sponsors , celebrity , media etc.) I remain. Sincerely, Deborah Copithorne 403-714-8498 Canada

Written by Sahameddin Ghiassi on 2008-01-22
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Written by Seif Ghazi on 2007-11-28
Hello, I wanted to put only me before, I am Rashid Seif Ghazi and I live in Oldenburg / Germany. I am art-empty and photographer. If you liked to get to know me closer, can also have a look in my web page. There is my biography and my works. you e very nice homepage further in such a way, you to very nicely and I hears bucket your Music very nicely. Many lots of love Rashid

Written by Lt.Col.N.Fury on 2007-10-13
Great site! See youse fer Christmas. -Colonel Fury

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Written by Farhad Sepahbody on 2007-05-19
Your educative Site is TOP! Congratulations. In addition it contains wonderful material and articles. Bravo. Farhad Sepahbody ++

Written by ahamd elmi on 2007-05-16
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Written by davoodi on 2007-04-28
ba doroud ba arezooye salamati paydar, baraye hameye shoma ha. dast ahoora ye iranzamin hamrahetan baad. ghabel tavajo: injaneb rahe ziarati ye santiago compastella ra be toole 836 km. dar modate si rooz peymodam. az france ta apain ast asar iranian bastan dar toole rah dideh mi shavad. naame in rah be dashte setare ha mashhoor mi bashad. inja ra be hamagi pishnehad mikonam, albate ba paye piadeh. honar irani dar tool ra ehsas mi shavad. ba behroozi va piroozi ............ davoodi

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Written by cameron douraghy on 2006-11-22
Thank you WAALM for organizing and hosting such a world class event. Your vision is a credit to all Iranian's living in diaspora.

Written by BAHRAM VARJAVAND on 2006-11-11
Quite good. I hope someday science would be included in your awards

Written by Goldie on 2006-11-10
i would just like to say what a good idea the awards are. i am only 13, but already i am more intrested in my culture. i am also very proud of my uncle, Saied Ghahari! thank you for promoting our culture!

Written by Kaizer Austin on 2006-10-14
Excellent website ! Keep up the good work. Can't wait till the 27th. Ushta Te. Kaizer.

Written by Rahman Fazeli on 2006-09-26
Dear Sherri Nester, Incase you are revisiting this page: YES INDEED, THIS IS A GREAT THING. Categories are on "THE AWARDS" page;Method of selection is on THE ACADEMY page in title of "MEMBERS"; And for general informantion you can visit "HISTORY" , "CREDO" and "ARCHIVE" pages. There are simply there to be explored with interest:-) VIVA WAALM:-) Rahman Fazeli

Written by sherri nester on 2006-09-20
what a wonderful thing, what are the categories, how are the entries done, who nominates, just looking for more specific info.

Written by Ramteen on 2006-08-17
Dear Drs. Mr & Mrs. Dorbayani, This is truly one of a kind or second to none organisation. It is good for our country iran, it is good for our culture, it helps to gain back our lost reputation in the world, and above all it creates peace and harmony among nations. In my humble opinion they should award the next Nobel Peace Prize to you and your organisation. Good luck and thank you for thinking about our culture. Bests, Ramteen

Written by Payman Torabi on 2006-08-08
I think what you are doing here is admirable. Majority of people around the world indeed are not very much knowledgeable to Iranian related talented artists. Irans most famous poets are even not known amongst international students the way they are expected to be. As a merchant mariner who once sailed around the world for 12 years, I was always proud to introduce myself as an "IRANIAN" rather than "Persian"! I still believe that one day after the Oil/Gas is gone, Iranians will prove themselves to the entire world what they deserve. Captain Payman Torabi Baltimore, U.S.

Written by Nahid Anzalichi on 2006-06-25
Many congratulations on your initiative, and thank you for recognising Persian Culture. I hope this interesting project would be supported by all the Persian Artists.

Written by reza bihamta Mr. on 2006-06-06
Dear Mr. Mrs. Dorbayani thanks for all your work and very proud of your site. it is good to remember some name and see picture of them . they made our country IRAN as a better place to live and be diffrent .

Written by KADIVAR Darius Film reviewer, on 2005-12-07
Hi, My name is Darius KADIVAR, I am a freelance journalist and film reviewer and film historian. I would love to interview you on your institute. I wanted to say how much I find your initiative of creating this Award so great. I love the look of the award itself too. I believe that before the revolution there was a similar one called the Golden Ibex. Please read the following article I wrote a few years ago for Do you have an email so we could correspond? Warm regards, Darius KADIVAR Paris FRANCE

Written by Mohtasham on 2005-11-15
I heard the news in Voice of America. Thank you for recognising Persian culture and it was also nice to promote Hungary. There are many good information about Hungary in your website. They are useful. Thanks

Written by Farideh on 2005-11-11
Still I can't beleive that our legendary artists were here in Budapest and came all the way from Los Angels. It was very nice to see Mr. Golpa. My father likes him very much.

Written by Reza on 2005-11-11
I am very happy that I could see the artists of my country in Budapest. I'm still proud of meeting with Sattar and Mahasty. Here I thank the Academy for organising this event and thank Professor Dorbayani for his nice idea.

Written by manije dangpiaii on 2005-10-07
dear professor dorbayani hello i've just met the site , the propose is so great, congratulation. in my opinion it should be presented to indoor iranian i will do my best in that way ,inaddition we have many vocal artists that should participate in that opportunity. besides, i can't understand ( i don't know the reason)why painting is ommited in that great event. give my regard to marjan. sincerely yours dangpiaii

Written by Katalin V?rnagy on 2005-10-02
It is an individual initiative?! It is gorgeous! It is to be hoped that it will be highly successful and it will be continued!

Written by Anahita Malekshahian on 2005-09-21
It's great what you are gonna do! Surprising !

Written by Michelle Woo on 2005-09-20
An admirable effort to reach out across cultures; to promote Iranian and Hungarian arts; and most importantly, to acknowledge the creative work of writers, musicians, singers, artists, and actors, as well as the voices of outstanding broadcasters. I also respect the fact that PAAI is independent and funded by its own organising body/institution.

Written by Mehdi Sagharchi on 2005-09-20
I am highly delighted to be among the first to know about PAAI. It is intriguing to see Hungarian and Iranian artists being recognized and awarded together. The two cultures have a lot in common, and I am sure it is going to be a unique gathering. I wish I could be there!

Written by Kiss ?kos on 2005-09-19
It?s a good opportunity to let Hungarians learn more about contemporary Persian art. Being so far from us both geographically and culturally, we could never have even a glimpse on it.

Written by Philippe Bahbout on 2005-09-16
Very nice idea, as well as a very nice website. knowing the organisers as my former bosses I'm sure it will turn out to be a great evening, and I really hope to be able to attend.

Written by Ference Helga on 2005-09-14
I read very interesting information. Thank you! I am a Hungarian woman but I didn't know about our theater history. This is very nice that you give Hungarian culture information to other countries and Persian culture information to us.

Written by Feh?r Oliv on 2005-09-14
I read what you wrote about Hungarian music literature, music and our (yours and mine) home. You know about Hungary more than some Hungarian, its very good and sorrow at the same time. Thank you! Demonstrate to Hungarian people the persian culture and vice versa! Welcome home! I'm sorry faults of spelling, i'm a beginner in english. :)

Written by Pejman Akbarzadeh on 2005-09-09
I am really proud of Prof. Dorbayani and his efforts to promote Persian art around the world. I hope this valuable project supported by all Persian (Iranian) artists.

Written by Shahrazd Salehi on 2005-09-07
This is a wonderful event for the Persian community. We have waited a long time and the winners are worth it and deserve this award. With specail thanks to all who made it happen. It is a dream come true!

Written by Knapp Hajnalka on 2005-09-07
It is a great initation! I think have to thank the founders and all of those, who helps to make this event more unforgettable with their contribution.

Written by Peter Sanderson on 2005-09-07
Wow! As an interested person in both countries cultures, this is what I call it a great job.