More Iranian oddness, Princess Azadeh dies, pahlavis censor Ali-Reza’s death

Last night I was informed of the death of Princess Azadeh, the daughter
of Princess Ashraf, Mohammed Reza Shah’s twin sister.  Oddly enough
there has been next to no coverage of this in the media after Prince
Ali-Reza’s murder.
Speaking of which I recently checked the site on facebook reza pahlavi
created for Ali-Reza, noticibly reza pahlavi will only show pictures of
the tributes left in front of Ali-Reza’s apartment which were soon
vandalized, and not of the ceremony itself which was held on the boston
common.  I wonder what the pahlavis are censoring?
Peter II, Khan-e-Mazendaran
IRANDOKHT: Tribute to Princess Azadeh Shafigh Pahlavi (1951-2011)

by Darius Kadivar

Princess Azadeh Shafigh, daughter of Princess Ashraf and her Egyptian
husband Ahmed Chafik Bey died on Wednesday February 23rd, 2011 in Paris
after a long battle against leukemia at age 60.

Below is the official announcement of the démise of the Brave Princess
who like her Brother Shahriar fought like a Lion and remained Loyal to
King and Country to the very end but lost only against the enemy within:
Cancer !

It is with immense grief that we would like to inform our compatriots of
the passing away of Princess Azadeh Shafigh Pahlavi.

We are deeply saddened to learn the passing away of Azadeh Shafigh,
sister of Shahryar Shafigh who was assassinated in Paris aftermath of
the Islamic Coup!

She was very much loved, admired and respected by the opponents of the
Islamic Regime for her courage and her love for Iran.

–Secretariat of HIM Princess Ashraf Pahlavi


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