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  Reza Cyrus Pahlavi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Young Reza Pahlavi proclaiming himself as the crown prince of Iran on television.
Reza Pahlavi has used his high profile status as an Iranian abroad to campaign politically for human rights, democracy, and unity to Iranians in Iran and outside it.
Reza Pahlavi criticising the Islamic Republic in a speech in Georgetown University, 2000
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Reza_Pahlavi_II   (1803 words)

  
 History of Iran: Reza Shah Pahlavi
Abbas Ali, father of Reza Shah was a member of the Savad Kouh provincial army regiment and probably reached the rank equivalent to major, married his second wife, Noush Afrin, around 1877.
In 1918 Reza Khan was referred to as a Brigadier General in the campaign of Cossacks in the Kashan area against the bandits.
Reza Khan's last wife was Esmat Dolatshahi (Death: 24 JUL 1995), the daughter of a Qajar Prince Mojalal al-Doleh, whom he married in 1923.
www.iranchamber.com /history/reza_shah/reza_shah.php   (769 words)

  
 Mohammad Reza Pahlavi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
His father Reza Pahlavi (1877 - 1944) was minister of war and was by the Iranian Assembly as Shah in 1925.
Concerned that Reza Pahlavi was about align his petroleum -rich country with Germany during World War II Britain and the USSR occupied Iran and forced him to in favor of his son.
His first wife was Princess Fawzia of Egypt (born: November 5 1921) the dazzlingly daughter of King Fuad I of Egypt and his wife Nazli Sabri and sister of the notorious King Farouk I of Egypt ; they married in 1939 and divorced in 1948 after her failure to produce an to the throne.
www.freeglossary.com /Mohammed_Reza_Pahlevi   (842 words)

  
 Reza Pahlavi the son of the shah of Iran on ideas for democracy
Any change, syas Reza pahlavi, would be superficial to help lift US sanctions or improving trade to serve the interest of the ruling elite, and not for the benefit of millions of impoverished Iranians.
Reza Pahlavi described to me how the Clergy regime, after such reports were published, sent their police around the houses confiscating satellite dishes.
Reza Pahlavi said that "the message from [Iran's] 50 million young is that an investment in the people of Iran and their rightful struggle for secularism and popular sovereignty is the best guarantee against continued regional instability and radicalism emanating from Teheran."
www.mideastnews.com /Reza0202.html   (2580 words)

  
 Pahlavi Dynasty
In 1925 the Majles deposed the absentee monarch, and a constituent assembly elected Reza Khan as shah, vesting sovereignty in the new Pahlavi dynasty.
Reza Shah then decided to abdicate, to allow his son and heir, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, to adopt a policy appropriate to the new situation, and to preserve his dynasty.
Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi (1919-80) was born in Tehran on October 26, 1919, the eldest son of Reza Shah.
persepolis.free.fr /iran/history/pahlavi.html   (3307 words)

  
 Shah_press_coverage
Pahlavi said that he had little hope for his country unless a basic restructuring of the government was attained.
Cyrus Reza Pahlavi II, son of deposed Iranian leader Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, criticized the Iranian theocracy and espoused democratic reforms in Iran in a speech Tuesday night in the ICC Auditorium.
Pahlavi established the Mihan Foundation, an organization he said is dedicated to restoring the reputation of the Iranian people by making it known that the tyrannical actions of the Iranian government are not emblematic of the spirit of its people.
www.deltaphiepsilon.net /Shah_press_coverage.html   (1765 words)

  
 Farah Pahlavi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Empress of Iran, Farah Pahlavi (born October 14, 1938 in Tehran, Iran) (born as Farah Diba) was the third wife of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi of Iran and the last (and only modern) Shahbanu (Empress) of Persia.
She was Queen from her marriage to the Shah in 1959, and in 1967 was the first Empress of Iran to be crowned in modern times.
Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, crowning Farah Pahlavi as Empress of Iran.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Farah_Diba   (344 words)

  
 THE IRANIAN: Reza Pahlavi, Ali Ezzatyar   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Now, Reza Pahlavi is not his father or grandfather, and no one should assume he is awful as a result of his family tree.
Pahlavi appeared nervous, stating that he believes a monarchy can be democratic per the example of Europe.
Ali Ezzatyar is a student at the School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University, New York.
www.iranian.com /Opinion/2003/June/RP   (908 words)

  
 Interview with Reza Pahlavi
But Reza Pahlavi, a professional optimist, finds the "forces of change" gathering momentum and is prepared to act as a catalyst for them, should he be needed.
Pahlavi is a smooth, hawkish-looking man with heavy eyebrows and a genetically flat nose; much taller than his father - who was styled "Superior Presence, Shadow of God on Earth, Light of the Aryans" - and considerably more aware of the way the wind blows.
Whatever Pahlavi's precise fortune when he went into exile, £16 million of it was apparently squandered by the boyhood mentor he appointed as his financial adviser - something that he admits he was not "street-smart" enough to anticipate.
home1.gte.net /eskandar/rezapahlavi.html   (1685 words)

  
 Archive of recent articles on Iran...
WILLIAMSTOWN -- Reza Pahlavi admits his experience as a first-year Williams College student in 1979 was not typical.
Pahlavi said the world needs to be careful not to lend any legitimacy to the current regime, and should focus on supporting the active opposition within the country.
In his 2002 book, "Winds of Change," Pahlavi devotes a chapter to the merits of a constitutional monarchy system, saying that countries like the United Kingdom, Japan, and the Netherlands, all have such a system and are clearly democratic.
www.rezapahlavi.org /articles/be42104.html   (875 words)

  
 IranAndWorld.Com - Subpage
In a telephone interview, Pahlavi says he wants to be a "catalyst" to help Iranians achieve the full democracy they have never experienced in more than 2,500 years of recorded history.
Support for the younger Pahlavi is also a form of social protest against religious restrictions that, though eased significantly in recent years, still prohibit public drinking of alcohol, dancing and women appearing with their hair uncovered.
Pahlavi is a fresh and clean-shaven face for those fed up with being ruled by bearded clerics and disappointed that reforms championed by Iranian President Mohammad Khatami have been blocked by religious conservatives.
iranandworld.com /arch-52.asp   (1148 words)

  
 THE IRANIAN: History, book, "Iran and the Rise of Reza Shah", Cyrus Ghani   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Abbas Ali's background and military record has been substantiated by the recent surfacing of a letter he had written to Ali Reza Khan Azd al Molk, an elder of the Qajar tribe and later regent, who at one time as Governor of Mazandaran had been the honorary commander of the Savad Kouh regiment.
In 1911, serving under the overall command of Farmanfarma, Reza Khan took part in battles against Salar al Dowleh who was attempting to topple the Government in Tehran and reinstate his brother Mohammad Ali on the throne.
In 1918 Reza Khan is referred to as a Brigadier General (Sartip) in the campaign of Cossacks in the Kashan area against the bandit Na'eb Hosein and his sons.
www.iranian.com /History/Feb99/RezaShah   (1819 words)

  
 CyrusNews.com - Cyrus News Agency English
Other denouncers claim that Reza Pahlavi has a total of two to three thousand followers worldwide mostly composed of toothless balding octogenarian imperial generals and corrupt former courtiers in Paris, London and Los Angeles and is therefore "white noise" in Iranian political statistics.
The reason that Reza Pahlavi has emerged as the leader of the new modern middle-class movement in Iran is not because educated Iranians have suddenly become fond of Oriental Sultans fully equipped with seraglios, eunuchs, concubines and henchmen.
Reza Pahlavi is a symbol of an alternative vision for Iran, the continuation of a political dynasty which successfully delivered the economic development side of the equation and never lied to Iranians.
www.cyrusnews.com /news/en/?ni=182&mi=7   (2461 words)

  
 Untitled Document
Reza Pahlavi is willing to go back to Iran - as king, or just as a common man. Reza Pahlavi, son of the Shah of Iran, was destined to succeed his father on Iran's Peacock Throne and inherit his massive fortune.
Pahlavi defends his father as a "decent man" who "tried to do the best that he could for the country," but he admits he made mistakes.
Pahlavi says that what he offers Iran today is not his royal birth, but his point of view as a modern man and a realist.
home1.gte.net /eskandar/kingofiran.html   (833 words)

  
 rezapahlavi
Reza Pahlavi, the son of the late Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and Ali Sina
Reza Pahlavi, the contender to the Peacock Throne in the bulletin board of the Jebhe Melli (JM).
Pahlavi did not join the debate in the bulletin board but he was reading it and instead communicated with me through email.
humanists.net /alisina/rezapahlavi.htm   (7863 words)

  
 Biography of Reza Pahlavi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Since the establishment of the clerical regime in Iran, and the passing of his father, the late Shah of Iran, Reza Pahlavi has been a leading and vocal advocate of the principles of freedom, democracy and human rights for his countrymen.
In 1978, Reza Pahlavi, then Crown Prince of Iran, left his homeland to complete his higher education in the United States.
Born on October 31, 1960, in Tehran, Iran, Reza Pahlavi is the eldest of four.
www.rezapahlavi.org /biography.html   (214 words)

  
 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Muhammad Reza Shah Pahlevi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Muhammad Reza Shah Pahlevi MUHAMMAD REZA SHAH PAHLEVI [Muhammad Reza Shah Pahlevi], 1919-80, shah of Iran (1941-79).
Reza Shah Pahlevi REZA SHAH PAHLEVI [Reza Shah Pahlevi], 1877-1944, shah of Iran (1925-41).
Ahmad Mirza AHMAD MIRZA [Ahmad Mirza], 1898-1930, shah of Persia (1909-25), son of Muhammad Ali.
www.encyclopedia.com /articles/08842.html   (550 words)

  
 Diba Resources & Information - farah diba
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She was Queen from her marriage to the Shah in 1959, ing diba and in 1967 was the first Empress of Iran to be crowned in modern times.
Reza Pahlavi diba diba II (born on October 30, 1960)
www.bizhisto.com /Biz-Retail-Companies-D---Ei/Diba.html   (263 words)

  
 The US and Prince Reza Pahlavi
As I have noted, as far as the future is concerned, Prince Reza Pahlavi's position on supporting *full* secularism is critical to his success because this is critical to the success of the Iranian pro-Democracy movement, and he needs to come to grips with it.
I think Prince Reza Pahlavi needs to note the huge shortcoming of the lack of secularism in his program and the lack of emphasis on democracy, thru condemning the Savak atrocities of the past regime.
I think Prince Reza Pahlavi's angle is good as far as statesmanship is concerned, but he needs to improve his program a lot as far as the issues of independence, secularism, and republic are concerned.
www.ghandchi.com /130-USPahlavi.htm   (988 words)

  
 Views: King Reza the II, Democracy and The Rooster’s Hind Leg
Reza Pahlavi, just like any other citizen, can join the march to Democracy and like others can contribute based on his own merits--his Democratic political conduct and utterances.
Citizen Pahlavi should rehabilitate the past and condemn the tyranny of the Pahlavi era and subversion of Democracy under that regime.
Note that when Mohamad Reza Pahlavi was installed to the throne by the British in 1320 _1941, the Shah explicitly acknowledged the past mistakes of his father and returned some of the land properties confiscated by his father to the government.
www.payvand.com /news/02/feb/1027.html   (1184 words)

  
 BBC NEWS | World | Middle East | Shah's 'secret daughter' lays claim
The woman, identified only as Masumeh, told the Tehran judge she was born on 31 October 1960, the same day as Reza Pahlavi, the former Shah's eldest son and former crown prince.
Masumeh told the judge that her real name was Fumika Pahlavi and that she was switched by her disappointed parents for Reza.
The Shah's youngest daughter, Princess Leila Pahlavi, 31, was found dead from an overdose in a bedroom at a London hotel last year.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/world/middle_east/2005004.stm   (338 words)

  
 Mohammad Reza Pahlavi - Gurupedia
He was quickly escorted back to power and fired Mossadegh through a coup organised by the American CIA and Britain's SIS (MI6).
Pahlavi made major changes to curb certain ancient elite factions by breaking up all large and middle-sized estates for the benefit of more than four million small farmers.
In what was called 'the White Revolution', he took a number of populist measures, including extending suffrage to women, to favour the people.
www.gurupedia.com /m/mo/mohammad_reza_pahlavi_of_iran.htm   (625 words)

  
 Biographies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
One brother, Prince Ali Reza Pahlavi, died in a plane crash in 1954.
Prince Gholam Reza Pahlavi was Inspector-General of the Imperial Iranian Armed Forces and President of lran's National Olympic Committee.
Prince Abdorreza Pahlavi was a specialist in economic affairs, and closely concerned with environmental problems at home and abroad.
www.sedona.net /pahlavi/biograph.html   (714 words)

  
 IranianVoice.org - Reza Pahlavi , a Catalyst for Change
Claiming the government is incapable of reforming itself, Reza Pahlavi told journalists on Thursday the new crisis caused by fllisting reformist candidates for the Iran's 20 February national elections highlighted the country's problems.
A former pilot and father of two who now lives in the Washington area, Pahlavi was training on a US air base in Texas when his father, Muhammad Reza Pahlavi, was forced to leave Iran on 16 January 1979.
Acknowledging that there were also problems with his father's authoritarian government, Pahlavi is careful not to raise the possibility of a return to the monarchy.
www.iranianvoice.org /article1375.html   (534 words)

  
 Moral Volcano - [CAUTION: Website Unsafe for Children & Pregnant Women]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
- "Reza Pahlavi, son of the late but widely despised former Shah of Iran, has been adopted by the U.S. government as the head of a future democratic regime that is expected to be put in place in Iran after overthrowing the mullahs.
Under pressure from Zionists, Reza Pahlavi has been adopted by the U.S. government as the head of a future democratic regime that is expected to be put in place in Iran after overthrowing the current dispensation of the mullahs.
Reza Pahlavi is the son of the late Shah of Iran.
vsubhash.blogspot.com /2005_06_01_vsubhash_archive.html   (8077 words)

  
 Pahlavi Period   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
When Reza Shah introduced the law making it compulsory to register births and have proper surnames, the use of all forms of titles was prohibited, including general titles like Khan or specific titles like Vazir Afkham.
Although Reza Shah had appropriated much of the Afkhami family lands, General Afkhami refused to be bitter or to press for the return of the lands (unlike many other notable families) recognizing Reza Shah's priceless service to the country.
The Imperial institute was Presided over by Princess Ashraf Pahlavi and in addition to the building of hospitals it was also responsible for hiring physicians and nurses to staff these clinics and supplying medicines to help indigent patients.
www.afkhami.org /pahlaviperiod.htm   (1528 words)

  
 [FREE IRAN Project] In The Spirit Of Cyrus The Great :: View topic - Iranian Royal Family Council As A First Step For ...
Reza Pahlavis sign was not on that messege, which was sent by the secretary only.
But my suggestion is that we support and follow mr Pahlavi regarding this referendum and if it leads nowhere which is quite likely, then RP has lost all his image and credibility.
Reza Pahlavi lacks a lot of qualities he would need as a monarch and leader of a country with 2500 years of history behind his head.
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