Wednesday, Jan 06, 2021, Extremist supporters of President Trump attacked the U.S. Capitol, and they failed to stop Congress from affirming Biden’s win. Hours after Trump’s occupation of Congress, the occupiers were evicted and gathered around the congressional building. Police used tear gas to disperse them. The rally continued until the curfew began.
We Are a Machine Gun, killing the people with no personal reason…
“A machine gun is a fully automatic firearm designed for rapid, sustained fire. Other fully automatic weapons, such as assault rifles and submachine guns, are not designed for sustained fire, and not considered machine guns.
As a class of military rapid-fire guns, machine guns are fully automatic weapons designed to be used as support weapons and generally used when attached to a mount or fired from the ground on a bipod or tripod. Many machine guns also use belt feeding and open bolt operation, features not normally found on other weapons.”
After killing George Floyd, 46 years African American man, by white police in Minnesota started the protests around nation in the U.S. In Washington, DC; protesters took to the streets on the second night to protest the killing of Mr Floyd. On Saturday, May 30, the roads leading to the White House were completely closed, and the police were protecting the White House. The protests eventually led to clashes between police and people. The windows of nearby buildings were broken, and the car was set on fire.
Whenever did I say how you are? He would reply with “not bad”! I never heard him say he was doing well. Thirty years ago, he had left Iran, his homeland. His name was Saadi, the same name as a famous Persian poet, and was born in an aristocratic family. Saadi never let anyone pay for food and other stuff in parties and friend gatherings. He was dominant, kindful and sometimes angry. When someone asked for help, Saadi was going to help. He would help young people get a job, gave money to friends who had problems. He was a Republican, but sometimes when he was angry he would curse both the Democrats and the Republicans, that’s what made him more lovely! Several months ago, he realized that he had cancer when it had already taken over almost his entire body. Fighting was futile, but he spent five months trying to stay strong. Our last visit was when I was on my way to Europe. He spoke with his eyes. I am sure he was great in this combat. Five months after the diagnosis he left us forever. Saadi was my opponent for playing backgammon. Today I asked myself after Saadi; backgammon is never going to be pleasing for the rest of my life.
On January 26, Marziyeh Hashemi (Melanie Franklin) spoke to a group of his followers in Washington after being released from jail Wednesday, Jan 23, 2019. Ms. Hashemi was arrested two weeks ago at the time of her arrival in the United States. Marzieh Hashemi, 59, was arrested upon arrival at St Louis Lambert International Airport on Sunday, Jan, 13. Marzieh Hashemi is an American-Iranian journalist and television presenter. She is a natural-born citizen of the United States and a naturalized citizen of the Islamic Republic of Iran. She employed by the Iranian state-run Press TV news agency.
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Same time since 1980, he has worked as a photojournalist in various fields.
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He seeks to establish a link between investigative journalism and digital criminal investigation. Currently, he is a Ph.D. student in Strategic Media.
Photography Exhibition, Title: Disable Girls, Montgomery College, U.S.A. – 2016
Photography Exhibition, Title: Children in War, Iran – 2004
Photography Exhibition, Title: Others’ Point of View, Iran – 2004
Photography Exhibition, Title: Loneliness – 2003
Photography Exhibition, Title: We are nothing, Afghanistan nothing, Afghanistan after Taliban, Iran – 2001
Photography Exhibition, Title: Behind Retina, Iran – 1991
Photography Exhibition, Title: Shades Image, Iran – 1990
Held five individual photography exhibitions, such as: Who is Beggar, Iran 1986 – 2005