- When [he] came before a judge the interrogator from the revolutionary guards said that there was not enough time to read all the charges, so the judge heard only some of them before sentencing him to eight years in prison. He turned to Fakhravar and asked whether eight years were enough to turn him into a human being. The prisoner simply replied, “go to hell.”
People call him Iranian Ahmad Chalabi, so be it. I don't care if he is one or not. Actually I liked what Chalabi did for his country. Iraqis I spoke to, liked him as well. What he did was to go to Americans, the only ones that can really help, and free his country from the grip of a bloodthirsty dictator. That is called BRAVERY, dudes.
What's wrong with it? Nothing, if you ask me. I'd do it too if I could! It's not shameful to ask for help when you genuinely need it.