NY Persian Parade 2005

Sunday, March 20, 2005
Time: 12:00 PM
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2nd persian parrade will be held this year on Sunday March 20th, 2005 from 12pm to 6pm . Place of gathering is Madison Ave. and 41st Street.
From: Dr. Zohreh Rasouli (zrasouli@aol.com)


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The idea of holding yet another Parade in NYC or anyhwere else is a great one to back up. However, everyone must know this woman hiding behind her fake docotrate, is the store front for another fake doctor called Roohallah Rezazadeh, (some fake doctorate from an island?) who is the most destructive force ever known in the Iranian Community worldwide. There is another group, that make up most those indivudals and their extended supporters from the last year's successful parade, that must be supported. They are perfect, but compared to this fellow Roohallah rezazadeh and Rasouli gang, they are much better.. Call 1888 parade9. The Parade is a go ahead, but avoid investing your time and meny with this indivdual Roohallah Rezazadeh and his fake supporters who are determined to mess up the now grown comm back to 1979....by canceling the parade.///

Posted by: Bobak Ebrahimi at 2005-02-14 08:14:39

As long as it shows Iranian culture and pride we are for it. Looking forward for the upcoming parade, why not.

Posted by: Bahram & Parvaneh Gohari at 2005-02-20 11:01:01

The guy who has let out his guts on this page about this Roohallah Rezazadeh is telling you the truth. Roohallah Rezazadeh has told many people right after last year's parade that he is determined to control the whole parade under his own priave buisiness company that he has established to make a few million dollars each year for his own colllection, while giving the community a prade as well. Roohallah Rezzadeh has had many meetings with the deposed Rafsanjani in Iran and has deals with him too.... some say since his pictures with rafsanjani is out there. The bottom line it seems the other group have a public non-for-profit foundation to hold the parade, and any money left will be turned over to next year parade. We all have to go to this and many more parades to come, and dont focus on who is fighting with who.....who cares about htese bastard immatures, as the parade it the only thing the people want to enjoy....

Posted by: NYC fellow at 2005-03-05 17:23:23

Holding a parade to celebrate Nowrooz is an honorable achievement, whether it is done by a Not-For -Profit organization or by a private corporation who wants to make some money, or by both of them, or more. What matters at this moment is not to waste the momentum generated by last year's parade and let the parade tradition to take root. This will benefit everybody no matter what the intention. For parade to be successful, whoever claiming to hold parade must do it in a decent way, and must be careful not to make just another mockery of Iranian people in front of the world by holding a low quality parade or deranging other organizers' efforts. Whoever preventing the parade to grow or messing it up, definitely has some agenda against the advancement of Iranian culture. I want to thank the hard work of all those who sincerely are trying to establish a vitalizing tradition for future generations of Iranians. Please don't be disheartened by difficulties. I wish you the best. thanks again.

Posted by: NYC Resident at 2005-03-06 10:45:23

Norooz Mobarak bad! As the hybrid product of a set of parents, both agnostic, one of moselm, the other of Jewish faith, but all of us proud Iranian, I would commend all those who behind the scene work so hard at making sure that we not only have another brilliant Persian Parade this year, but that with ever increasing support and sporing of this one of a kind event, that we could see this Parade remaining around for anotehr hundred years and more... Under a more ideal case, we all had wished that this individual had not assumed that he has the exclusive leadership, god given, to incorporate his own profit amking company, New York Persian Parade, Inc. and start making meony...... Having said this, however, so long as he keeps his rage and immatuirty under control and only compete with whichever other organizations like the public not money making one left over from the last year's parade, it is all for a good cause.... As we say back in home, (my home is almost 100% NYC) and have a love for Israel too, the sun can not permanenlty be covered by the dirty clouds, as it burns it off sooner or later. People would judge the facts and not BS as spread around by this Dr. Rezazadeh and a fewothers behind which he hides...

Posted by: Elias Eshaghoff at 2005-03-16 08:44:07

Me and my family enjoyed New York Persian parade immensely. I am hoping that organizing a parade will become the primary form of celebrating Nowruz in all places where Iranians live. I beleive no other form of celebration is as vitalizing as a parade or "daste-ye nowruzi". I want to thank, from the bottom of my heart, all the organizers of the parade for their hard work and for their love of Nowruz. I appreciate the lack of resources they face, their challenges, their faith in doing something good. I appreciate their belief in themselves and in the fact that practice is what counts, mere talking and preaching is easy, but simply does not count for anything. I believe everybody who was part of the parade and all who came to watch the parade deserve credit. Most of us enjoyed our first day of the year, and our celebration of nowrooz in its most social, and most joyful form. I believe the group of eight young Iranians, four boys and four girls, dancing traditional persian dances did a superb job. Their dances are what most of us have always danced in our quality times, and will always dance. Those dances are dear to our hearts, and they danced them better than anybody I have ever seen and they did it the way our best thinkers imagined it. Yek dast jaam-e baadeh va yek dast zolf-e yaar, raghsi chonin miaane-ye maidaanam arezosst I could witness anybody watching them, young and old, men and women to appreciate the sense of care and freedom, liveliness, joyfulness and playfulness of their movements. Definitely Iranian taste has not made any mistake making this kind of dance (6/8) the very essence of their social dance. I want to thank these young people, they are definitely part of a brave generation who wants to kick out the traditions of sorrow out of Iranian culture, and protect and grow its elements of joy. Har roozetaan nowruz, nowruzetan pirooz.

Posted by: Amoo Nowruz at 2005-03-21 13:04:23

I just loved the perisan prade, it was fantasti, specially , the young twin beauties were amazingly cute, and beautiful. We are so, proud of those two persian kittens. March/21/2005 Thank You, Mona/ Farah/ Siah

Posted by: Mona/Farah/Siah at 2005-03-21 21:47:07

I just loved the perisan prade, it was fantastic, specially , the young twin beauties were amazingly cute, and beautiful. We are so, proud of those two persian kittens. March/21/2005 Thank You, Mona/ Farah/ Siah

Posted by: Mona/Farah/Siah at 2005-03-21 21:50:20

Happy New Year to all of you, the prade was better than Saint Patrik's Day, even though, it was very cold. The beautiful twince made it really, really hot, but too bad, they looked too young, regardless, can we have their phone number, because, we are in love, we are in love, we are in love........ Sincerely,

Posted by: Alireza, Kamran, Bahram, Ali,Babak, Majid, Shahram, Shahriar,Jamshid at 2005-03-21 22:16:06

Happy New Year to all of you, the prade was better than Saint Patrik's Day, even though, it was very cold. The beautiful twince made it really, really hot, but too bad, they looked too young, regardless, can we have their phone number, because, we are in love, we are in love, we are in love........ Sincerely,

Posted by: Alireza, Kamran, Bahram, Ali,Babak, Majid, Shahram, Shahriar,Jamshid at 2005-03-21 22:29:01

Dear Dr. Rezazadeh, Nowruz mobarak bashe! Listen brother, from a different Guilani mother, get over it and face reality.. you assumed people were stupid and so you stuck your small head in sands like an osterish while smelling your own fart and calling it th ebest perfume! But you have underestimated the wisdom of the people, as they realized that you wanted to become the leader of the Iranian Community now that you could not replace dictators like the Shaha or the Khomeini.... Wake up little man and wise up and smell the coffee......my advise? leave town and change your legal identify...

Posted by: Alborz Guilani at 2005-03-25 07:18:16

Doctor Rezalzadeh va khanomesh, migan shoma be rasanjani modar ghahbeh mosharekate tejari darid. 4ein az tarafe baradaretan keh moshaver-e oli-e rafsanjani ast, shekl gerefteh. baradare digaratan ham keh 10 million dollar az sherkate BMW dar amrika dozdidenh va dar rafteh. khodetan ham keh mikhahid be jaye shahe ahmagh va ya khoemini-e khare goh be jashenishini beneshinid. Dar teye 45 sal zendegi dar amrika and 25 sal zendegi dar iran, man va hameye an-ha keh mishenassim, nimcheh mardi ra be yead nadarim keh koonesh inghdr gohi bashe, vali be khod eijazeh n\bedeh keh az koon-e digaran eirad begireh. roo ke nist, sange paye ghazvin ast...

Posted by: Hamvatan at 2005-04-05 08:38:48

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