Iran’s Thug in Chief Will Set Berkeley Moonbats Free For a Million Dollars

September 17, 2011
When I was in college there was a lot of pressure to go overseas for a year and get cultured. I declined and I could tell it didn’t reflect well on me. I don’t regret my decision at all. Sadly years later I did submit to going to Mexico with some hippie guy from the Chelsea Hotel. It really is odd… these hippies are now running the country and look what they are doing to the kids!
American hikers Shane Bauer, left, Josh Fattal and Sarah Shourd wait to see their mothers at the Esteghlal hotel in Tehran. There are some really weird pic’s here…

…(Sheik yer Mami): As usual: nothing to do with Islam because hostage taking is totally un-Islamic.Right?
I quote the notoriousAbu Hamza:

If a kafir person (non-believer) goes in a Muslim country, he is like a cow. Anybody can take him. That is the Islamic law. …If a kafir is walking by and you catch him, he’s booty. You can sell him in the market. Most of them are spies. And even if they don’t do anything, if Muslims cannot take them and sell them in the market, you just kill them. It’s OK….I say the reality that’s in the Muslim books anyway. Whether I say it or not, it’s in the books.

After two years the criminal dregs who turned Iran into a sharia nightmare must have realized that America doesn’t take that much interest in the kidz from Berkely who got napped on a hiking trip. (WaPo)

TEHRAN — Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says he intends to release two Americans who have been jailed on charges of espionage for two years and grant them a “unilateral pardon.”
“I am helping to arrange for their release in a couple of days so they will be able to return home,” Ahmadinejad told The Washington Post in an hour-long interview at his office here. “This is of course going to be a unilateral humanitarian gesture.”
The Americans, Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal, both 29, were arrested along with another American while they were hiking along the Iran-Iraq border two years ago. In August, they were sentenced to eight years in prison.
The other American, Sarah Shourd, was released in September 2010 after posting a $500,000 bail.
Asked if Bauer and Fattal would definitely be released this week, Ahmadinejad said: “I hope so. I hope I will do that.”
The president’s decisions are subject to review by clerical authorities in the Islamic republic.
Massoud Shaffi, a lawyer representing the hikers, said he had been told by court officials that each of them would have to pay $500,000 in bail, as Shourd had to do.
“Basically if they don’t pay their bail, they won’t be freed,” Shaffi said. “I don’t know who arranged this, the court or the president. The judiciary has said that everything is being done according to their procedures.”

Ahmadinejad said Bauer and Fattal will be “free to choose” how they return to the United States.
“It is a unilateral pardon,” of the hikers, he said.

I’d like to meet the hippie adults who pressured their kids into having a cultured experience. I’d like to force them to do something that hippies really dislike. Anyone have any recommendations as to what we can do to our hippie elders that would be most unpleasant? I’m thinking something involved in burning down a rainforest and making them snort the drugs I grow… no wait… they might like that.


Iran sentences 2 American hikers to 8 years in jail

August 20, 2011
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Two American men arrested more than two years ago while hiking along the Iraq-Iran border have been sentenced to eight years in prison on charges that include espionage, state TV reported Saturday, in an apparent sharp blow to hopes their release was imminent. The announcement seems to send a hard-line message from Iran’s judiciary — which answers directly to the ruling clerics — weeks after the country’s foreign minister suggested that the trial of Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal could clear the way for their freedom. It also is likely to raise speculation about Iran using the Americans as political bargaining chips and could bring added tensions to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s expected visit to New York next month for the annual General Assembly at the United Nations. But the report — although carried on Iran’s highly controlled state media — was not immediately confirmed by authorities. Iranian government officials made no further comment, but it is not unusual for Iran to use selected state news outlets to make high-profile announcements. More… via eye-on-the-world


It’s called stupid enough to think you can go hiking between Iraq and Iran… AKA progressive liberal minds that are out to experience different cultures. I bet that Iranian jail has lousy hummus and baba ganoush. Maybe the Iranians are right. …no I don’t think that…. just saying it anyway. I don’t want any self righteous how dare I say this comments… I guess I’m stupid enough to talk on the internet… shouldn’t I be in a Seattle jail or something?