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Sunday, July 09, 2006

Good News not via MSM

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Theft without permission of DrD*s comment:

One must stoop to low grade theft to bring wider focus on the fact that educated minorities in countries like Iran and Afghanistan want to be free of fundamentalist oppression.

In this case the Ayatollah Khomeini*s own grandson!

===DrD says===
How unpopular is the United States in the Middle East--especially Iran?
Maybe not as unpopular as the MSM might lead us to believe.

It seems Hossein Khomeini,
the Ayatollah Khomeini's grandson
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is calling upon the United States to invade Iran and free the country from the theocracy created by his grandfather. Google his name and follow the Daily Telegraph and BBC links among others.
Posted by: DrD at July 9, 2006 09:42 AM
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OK, here, I*ll do it for you…
http://www.slate.com/id/2089329/

**This is a historic question in the strict sense, because we will not know the true answer for some considerable time. But that does not deprive us of some responsibility to make judgments in the meanwhile, and we have good reason to know that the region can't be left to fester as it is.
=========== [ Exactly! TG ] =======
On my own recent visit to Baghdad, Karbala, and Najaf, as well as to Basra and then Kurdistan, I would say that I saw persuasive evidence of the unleashing of real politics in Iraq and of the highly positive effect of same. Conversation with Khomeini suggests to me that in at least one other highly important neighboring country, the United States has also managed to get on the right side of history, as we used to say.

http://www.mirrashidi.com/sfdays/archives/000068.html

TG

1 Comments:

Blogger Gayle said...

Positive news indeed, Tony, and a good post. Thank you! We can certainly use all the good news we can get. This country is getting so wacked out that sometimes I feel I'm living in a foreign land!

3:04 PM  

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