Islamic regime transforms university into cemetery
Islamic regime transforms universities into cemetery
SMCCDI (Information Service)
The Islamic regime pushed ahead in the promotion of its policy of "Culture of Death" and "Mourning Ritual" by transforming part of the Tehran University into a new cemetery. Three bodies belonging to what has been qualified as 'Unknown Combatants' were buried, today, in the Rajaii College.
The move, protested by hundreds of students, seeks to undermine the moral value and impact of the Iranian University, which has become the bastion of progressist and enlighted ideals. It also creates a better way of ideological control of Iranian universities by organizing daily Islamist gatherings under the label of paying tribute to combatants.
Such backwarded project was first proposed by the dogmatic Islamist President Ahmadinejad and at a time that he was the acting mayor of Tehran. It follows the nomination, few months ago, of an illiterate cleric as head of Tehran's university which raised a wave of protest by students and sporadic clashes due to the brutal attack of peaceful demonstrators by members of the Para-military Bassij force acting as 'students'.
The Islamists' long dated goal of taking over Iranian universities and changing their meaning is nothing new. All Iranian universities were closed, in 1979, and thousands of teachers and students were expelled as believed to be subversive or un-Islamic. Several students, including females, were killed or raped by brutal Islamists, such as, during the tragedy which happened at the Jondi-Shapoor Medical University of Ahvaz. The barbarian move was qualified as "Islamic Cultural Revolution" and was supervised by a named "Abdol-Karim Soroosh". The latter, then a backwarded brutal Islamist with some Maoism believes, has since become a "reformist". He's actually being praised by some naive or opportunist foreign circles, which are seeking a desperate kind of solution for Iran, as a "Great Philosopher" or the "Luther of Iran".
Many Iranians believe that the Islamic regime is keeping bodies of thousands of soldiers, who died in the 1980-88 Iran-Iraq War, in special Cold-Rooms in order to use them for specific propaganda purposes. Others believe, that there are not even any remains in these coffins which are in reality empty. Whatever the true is, the story of the episodic and opportunistic burial of Iranian Combatants have resulted in the creation of many popular jokes.
The "Culture of Death", "Martyrdom" and the "Shia Mourning Rituals" are some of the main pillars of the Islamic republic regime. In that line, millions of dollars are spent each year in order to try to brainwash the younger generations. Movies, posters and books are published which are praising the Islamist martyrdom and even huge fountains, with flow of red colored liquid symbolizing the blood of martyrs, have been built in some of Iranian cemeteries. But despite all this funeral propaganda, millions of Iranians, especially among younger generations, are increasingly showing their rejection of such backwarded and depressing ideology and are publicly expressing their attachment to Iranism which is the Culture of Life, Peace, Happiness and Enlightment.
Such trend is the major reason why Islamists are desperately qualifying Iran's Cultural Heritage, pre-dating from before the Islamist invasion of Iran, as "Pagan rituals". It's to note that the former religion of Iran was Zoroastrian which is well known for being the first monotheist religion of the world and the main source of inspiration for Abrahamic religions.