Western media is trying to defame the Ayatollah Khamenai

khamenainejad Western media is trying to defame iran supreme leader ayatullah Khamenai, which was also expected after defeat in Iran.

On 31st Dec 2009 Telegraph.co.uk Published a news Iran’s Ayatollah Khamenei loves caviar and vulgar jokes. The news reporter is Damien McElroy and Ahmad Vahdat. These names are well-known names who were also published so many news against Iran rulings during the election period. In their news they also quote name of  Mohsen Makhmalbaf, an exiled film-maker.

I am giving some headlines reported by Damien McElroy and Ahmad Vahdat so the sincere one could understand the nature and reason of such allegation on ayatullah.

1. Iran opposition to apologise to US for embassy siege by Damien McElroy and Ahmad Vahdat

2. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Is Jewish by Damien McElroy and Ahmad Vahdat

3. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad revealed to have Jewish past by Damien McElroy and Ahmad Vahdat

4. Defector reveals lavish lifestyle of Iranian leader – Middle East

A website http://www.journalisted.com says :

Ahmad Vahdat has written…

newspaper said    This reporter and blog were bombarded with e-mails and questions since last night from readers of this blog asking me whether the story published in Britain’s Daily Telegraph’s that Ahmadinejad was born a Jew had any validity. After reading the Telegraph’s original story published yesterday and consulting with a number of local Iranian Jewish scholars with regards to the story’s claims of Ahmadinejad’s supposed Jewish identity, as an Iranian Jewish journalist I cannot verify a single shred of evidence that would suggest this story is accurate in anyway. The article lacks any real or credible sources cited that can unequivocally prove that Ahmadinejad had any Jewish roots and it seems as if the story was just leaked to the Telegraph by “reformist” leaders in Iran as a part of a larger smear campaign against the newly “re-elected” hardliner president of Iran.

This time also it seems  same type of story for Ayatullah Khamenai leaked to telegraph.

Indian news paper also covered this propaganda news .

http://www.andhranews.net/Intl/2009/December/31/Iran-Ayatollah-Kham...
http://sify.com/news/iran-s-ayatollah-khamenei-fond-of-vulgar-jokes...
http://yahind.com/newsportal/world/irans-ayatollah-khamenei-%E2%80%...
http://www.punemirror.in/index.aspx?Page=article&sectname=News%…

Its is very sad that Indian media on 4th jan 2010 started to copy the same news. I request Indian media not to take part in defaming any other countries Supreme leader by publishing fake or western media propaganda news.

This is nothing but a Dirty political game just to rule Iran…BY……………………….we all knows…..

Tabligh e Islam and the media (internet)

30866 Early Muslim scholars relied upon ‘word of mouth’ to spread the Final Message of Allah and many spent months traveling by horse or camel to share the glad tidings of Islam with others.

The endeavor was enormous, grueling, time-consuming and extremely difficult as extenuating circumstances often interfered with the cause.Tribal wars, unfavorable weather, and poor equipment were just a few of the kinks that often hampered the effort of traveling for the sake of da’wah.

Now fast forward a thousand or so years to our current ‘Internet Age,’ which makes communicating and spreading the message of Islam as fast as the speed of light.

The Internet is the most successful modern-day da’wah tool in the history of Islam. Authentic Islamic information is available with just a few strokes of the keyboard. Translations of the Holy Qur’an are available for download on Islamic Web sites in just about every language known to man.

And every action, word, and deed that Prophet Muhammad and ahlulbayt lived can easily by accessed on the Internet with just a couple of clicks on the mouse.

Boon for newly converted Muslims.

Prior to the Internet it was difficult for new Muslims, or even born Muslims seeking to refresh their Islamic knowledge base, to learn about their faith. They were wholly reliant upon finding Islamic knowledge from books in their native language. However, the pickings were quite scarce.

These days new Muslims, and even non-Muslims interested in learning more about Islam, need only to surf the World Wide Web to learn more about the world’s fastest growing religion. In fact, many new converts to Islam often reveal that the Internet was an integral part of their choice to embrace Islam, as they either met a Muslim online who helped answer their questions or found the information themselves on an Islamic Web site.

As equally as the Internet is a powerful tool for promulgating the message of Islam, so too is it a powerful force for damaging it. The enemies of Islam have constructed their own fake Web sites that are made to look ‘Islamic’ so as to lead Muslims astray. 

Some of these adversaries have created hate-monger Web sites that blatantly attack Islam and Muslims. Extreme caution and common sense must be exercised when relying on the Internet for Islamic knowledge.

Islamic webmasters face a great responsibility in ensuring that all the web content of their Web site adheres strictly to the teachings of the Qur’an and the Prophet.Muslim preachers, many of them volunteers, usually take two to three hours to reach a mosque within their own city to deliver a sermon. That’s why I encourage scholars to spread the word through broader masses through the Web,"