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nazis with iran in world cup

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fascista ye italia ham taraftare iran shodan....puah!

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fascista ye italia ham taraftare iran shodan....puah!

 

hameyeh in fashist mashist bazi ha az milano sar dar miareh mona joun. hahahaha

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milano va atrafian...pore....too khode milan shaba ina khiaboonara control mikonan yeki az bacheha ye bar shab bood ba doostash az ye club zade bood biroon bad aksaye berlusconi ke too khiaboon boodan pare mikard..yaroo umad ye mosht zad too sooratesh bad 8 nafare dige umadan hesabi koobidan badbakhto lol...too 1st May mamulan chapia jashn migiran mirizan too khiaboona bad ina mian kerm mirizan vasat ke kotak kari rah biofte...

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milano va atrafian...pore....too khode milan shaba ina khiaboonara control mikonan yeki az bacheha ye bar shab bood ba doostash az ye club zade bood biroon bad aksaye berlusconi ke too khiaboon boodan pare mikard..yaroo umad ye mosht zad too sooratesh bad 8 nafare dige umadan hesabi koobidan badbakhto lol...too 1st May mamulan chapia jashn migiran mirizan too khiaboona bad ina mian kerm mirizan vasat ke kotak kari rah biofte...

 

hala in dafeh keh Giovanni Kessler ro didam,behesh migam chi gofti. hehehe

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lol oon ke male milan nist :D

 

friday unjass ! kari nakon behesh begam gousheto bigireh :D !

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I don't really care about football, but this is breaking my heart. The whole world has ganged up against us and I don't know why. It's like the nerd kid in school everybody picks on for no reason, other than the other kids pick on him.

 

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"According to the nation, The World Cup--the monthlong competition taking place throughout Germany beginning June 9--is by sheer numbers the most important sporting event on earth. Football--or soccer, as Americans insist on calling it--is by far the world's most popular sport, and the World Cup creates a near-united global audience. Approximately one in four human beings will view this year's final game. That means basically anyone who has access to a television will be watching--though probably fewer in the United States, where "soccer" is still viewed in some quarters as a plot to create a one-world government.

 

Politics cannot be separated from the World Cup any more than it can be from the Olympics. Sometimes this is for the best: For example, Africans throughout the continent exulted in Senegal's shocking upset of its former colonizer, France, in the first game of the 2002 Cup.

 

This year, however, German and US politicians have seized on the tournament to intensify the saber rattling aimed at Tehran. Citing Iran's efforts to develop a nuclear program and the anti-Israel pronouncements of Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, several leading politicians in both countries have called for the Iranian team to be banned from the World Cup. In this spirit of tolerance and peace, Berlin's liberal daily Der Tagesspiegel ran a cartoon in February that depicted Iranian soccer players as suicide bombers.

 

Now Germany's conservative Chancellor Angela Merkel has further stoked this sentiment by likening Iran's nuclear plans to the threat posed by the Nazis. Italian reform minister Roberto Calderoli of the anti-immigrant Northern League called on the international soccer federation (FIFA) to exclude Iran and other "rogue states," and in recent weeks British Conservatives--perhaps distraught over their own team's dwindling prospects, after an injury to their best player--have gotten in on the act.

 

Back in Germany, some Christian Democrats have further upped the ante by invoking the specter of Iranian terrorism at the games, asserting that Tehran will slip some suicide bombers disguised as regular fans into a game. Calls for a ban, or at least for a travel ban against the Iranian president, have intensified in Germany as the games approach. Leading Conservative and Social Democratic officials are now quoted almost daily decrying a possible visit by Ahmadinejad. And in early May, a German newspaper reported that officials of Germany, France and Britain are hoping to orchestrate a travel-ban scheme through the European Union that would prevent high-ranking Iranian officials from attending any of the games."

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there wehren't any nazis. there where some fashists in gelsenkirchen but this was 3 days ago and a few 100 km awy from the iranian team. maby this was the reason why we have loost against mxeico. the iranian players thought they get spport from the nazis.

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yesterday,after the match,i saw lots iranian between NSD ppl :D !

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lool ,yeah NPD :D

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oh oh...che aali...pas age davam shod....I will send my nazibros on the portugeeeeese fans :D

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All quiet after Iran-Angola match

 

Thursday, June 22, 2006 - ©2005 IranMania.com

 

LONDON, June 22 (IranMania) - Police worries over potential racial violence and a demonstration by Germany's largest far-right party never materialized in this eastern city where Iran and Angola played their final World Cup match, Associated Press reported.

 

No arrests were reported in the hours after the 1-1 draw and there were no rallies by dissidents opposed to the Iranian government or members of the National Democratic Party, AP added.

 

"Everything has gone like we hoped," said Leipzig police spokesman Wolfgang Kiessling.

 

Saxony, the state where Leipzig is located, has a large number of soccer hooligans who follow lower division German teams. It's also a region where hate crimes against minorities generated headlines leading up to the World Cu, AP added.

 

That produced fears Angolan or Iranian fans could become targets.

 

The biggest scare of the day came when a passer-by found a postal package two streets away from Leipzig's stadium. After 23 people in nearby residents were evacuated, experts blasted it open with high-pressure water hoses to discover it was filled with sunshades and sunhats.

 

The elimination of Iran was a relief to World Cup security organizers, along with the United States, England and Saidu Arabia, Iran has been receiving extra protection. Saudi Arabia also failed to advance, AP noted.

 

"If we think about which teams we regarded as being a sensitive case, then you can say there is some relief that they won't advance," interior ministry spokesman Christian Sachs said. "But it doesn't change our basic situation. We think our concept of providing every team with good security has been a success."

 

http://www.iranmania.com/News/ArticleView/...rrent%20Affairs

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