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Shabnam Tolouee’s letter to Javad Larijani

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\"بهائیت Bahaismiran.com: A letter by Shabnam Toloui published entitled “Mr. Mohammad Javad Larijani which is used in Baha’i Faith site. This letter supports the followers of Baha’i cult and how they have been tyrannized in Iran. According to recent remarks by the head of judicial system concerning issue that the persecution and prosecution of Baha’is is not due to their faith, she has mentioned some points. In this letter, it is written about the cruelty against Rahmatullah (the retired Baha’i worked in road office in Kurdistan) and the life story of Tolouee family (one of her relatives) the letter has been written skillfully so that the reader realizes a black image regarding the system of government.

Shabnam Tolouee’s letter to Javad Larijani

Shabnam Tolouee

Bahaismiran: A letter by Shabnam Toloui published entitled “Mr. Mohammad Javad Larijani which is used in Baha’i Faith site. This letter supports the followers of Baha’i cult and how they have been tyrannized in Iran. According to recent remarks by the head of judicial system concerning issue that the persecution and prosecution of Baha’is is not due to their faith, she has mentioned some points. In this letter, it is written about the cruelty against Rahmatullah (the retired Baha’i worked in road office in Kurdistan) and the life story of Tolouee family (one of her relatives) the letter has been written skillfully so that the reader realizes a black image regarding the system of government.

But who is Ms. Tolouee:

Shabnam Tolouee was born in 1350 in Tehran. She is an actress, director. She has educated in Cinema director course of study in Baq Ferdos film making school and theater studies in theater university-Paris. She has lived in Paris since 2004. After leaving Iran, she was paid attention by anti-revolutionary media and these media has made her be against the Islamic Republic of Iran. Although she has a negative mind against the Iranian system of government because of being a Baha’i.

Shabnam Toluee became famous due to two series called “Neyestan” and “Bedoun Sharh” in 1381. After being deprived of playing in the film “nightly” (directed by: Omid Bonakdar and Keyvan Ali Mohammadi) she has to leave Iran. She lives in Paris at the end of the year 2004.

In order to make a film called “Men without women”, Manoto Baha’i network referred to Shabnam Toluee to speak with her.

The reporter of Manoto Baha’i network interviewed with her in a Café’ in Paris. Having unsuitable wear, the Baha’i actress took part in the interview. She said: “It is really interestin; when I came to Paris. I found out that some things are taboo in our country which aren’t in here. I was too afraid of it and tried to gradually break taboos.”

It is interesting to be said that, Manoto network considers religious teachings as the biggest obstacle against their aims; that is preaching decay and undiscipline; for this reason the Baha’i attendants try hard to eliminate religion and divine teachings in order to proceed their goals.

Inviting some artists, VOA uses them to achieve its goals as puppets or toys. This time VOA has interviewed with “Shabnam Tolouee and prepared a special report for her theater in order to serve her as a free advertisement for her theater called “the fall dance”.

It is worthy to be noted that VOA has already interviewed with some artists like Golshifteh Farahani, Mina Lakani and Shohreh Aghdashloo whose names have been mixed with the western nudity culture and their presence in anti-revolutionary media mean being active against the system of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Shabnam Tolouee narrates the domestic strangulation and moans. She said the reason for leaving Iran was that she had been prohibited to be active in Iran and the lack of social freedom was the other reason! Why does an artist (often ladies) confirm on freedom?!! Is freedom defined as having or the lack of cover?!! Is passing the red lines defined as freedom?!! And thousands of other questions…

We mean, if artists respect the general beliefs and culture of society and regulate them, there won’t be any reason for preventing their activities. In which part of the Iran culture it is acceptable for ladies to smoke or to have intercourse with those who aren’t intimate? Unfortunately, we observe such culture preaching in the movies!

Q: Don’t relate your problem with the lack of social freedom and etc. in the system of government of the Islamic Republic of Iran if your problem (Shabnam Toluoee) is concerned with freedom (being without a veil); because your addresses are so intelligent that they compare your current situation with your past and listen to your view to understand how deep is the collapse of the basic meanings like life and religion in your inner.

It is worthwhile to say that Shabnam Toluoee confirms her idea regarding secularism interviewing with VOA. In this regard, she is saying the announcer of VOA: “Not only you are punished because of religion (Baha’ism); but also they are also chastised due to sexual tendencies (homosexuality).

Some questions that should be asked Ms. Tolouee

Q1: why are two issues of homosexuality and Baha’ism important for anti-revotulionary media? Is the freedom of religion and sexuality observed in the western countries (even in some states of the U.S.) that you ask for it to be regulated in Iran where its official religion is Islam wanted by the people? Are art and being an artist restricted by the actress cover in different cases?

Q2: Ms. Tolouee has forgotten living in Iran as a Baha’i citizen and being an actress. Don’t you think this period of you life is inconsistent with what you are trying to induce in the letter?

Q3: Ms. Tolouee has forgotten the issue that Baha’is are now living in Iran and continuing their daily activities in the domain of Baha’i faith contrary to what they are inducing regarding Baha’is aren’t even allowed to live.

Q4: Ms. Tolouee, where is your target expressing your ideas? If your aim is focused on the religion principles and secondary things; you must accept anyway. This religion has a special rank in the world and especially in Iran. And I think you should respect people’s thoughts and beliefs as a religion as you expect to be treated with Baha’is.

It should be noted to Ms. Tolouee that at this time. When you are trying to make a black nature out of the system of the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran due to what is called the violation of human rights, Muslims are killed in central Africa, Myanmar, and Syria in a measure against human being. Aren’t they allowed to live? Or do you consider other people except Baha’is as illegitimate meriting death like your readers?

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