An Iranian Village Ready to travel to Gaza on Freedom Ships

An Iranian village called “Varein” delivered a statement expressing its readiness to embark in freedom ships and send aid to Gaza to break its siege.

The full text of the statement that is post in the village blog is like below:

In The Name of Allah, the Most beneficent, the Most Merciful

Zionist crimes against aid flotillas have suffered the heart of all freedom-loving people in the world. Sending aid to oppressed people of Gaza is a human quality duty which our great leaders Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei and Seyed Hassan Nasrollah confirmed and encouraged people and human rights activists to continue that.

So, we, the youth of the Iranian village “Varein” declare that we are completely ready to dispatch to Gaza and embark in freedom ships and also we are ready to send the material and healthy aids to our brothers and sisters of this oppressed Strip.

Regarding we started registering of people to dispatch; we call all villages to join us to break the siege of Gaza as our great leader, Imam Khomeini said: “If every Muslim pours a pail on Israel, Israel will inundate”.

Wassalam

Youth of Village “Varein”, Iran

Village Varein, Iran

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The Veil, Nice Song By Dawud Ali

this is a nice  song about hijab that singed by Dawud Ali, awesome lyrics, that make u think…

They say,
“Oh, poor girl, you’re so beautiful you know
It’s a shame that you cover up your beauty so.”

She just smiles and graciously responds reassuringly,
“This beauty that I have is just one simple part of me.
This body that I have, no stranger has the right to see.
These long clothes, this shawl I wear, ensure my modesty.
Faith is more essential than fashion, wouldn’t you agree?”

This hijab,
This mark of piety,
Is an act of faith, a symbol,
For all the world to see
A simple cloth, to protect her dignity
So lift the veil from your heart
to see the heart of purity

They tell her,
“Girl, don’t you know this is the West and you are free?
You don’t need to be oppressed, ashamed of your femininity.”

She just shakes her head and she speaks so assuredly,
“See the bill-boards and the magazines that line the check-out isles,
with their phony painted faces and their air-brushed smiles?
Well their sheer clothes and low cut gowns they are really not for me.
You call it freedom, I call it anarchy.”

This hijab,
This mark of piety,
Is an act of faith, a symbol,
For all the world to see
A simple cloth, to protect her dignity
So lift the veil from your heart
to see the heart of purity
Lift the veil from your heart
and seek the heart of purity
The Hejab Song.