Wednesday, February 15, 2006


While all the MSM is blathering about Iran's nuclear ambitions, I thought that a look at what's happening inside that country might help. Rosemary from Love America First has some great links detailing the situation on the ground.

I want to start with two of the blogs linked; FREEDOM IN PICTURES, and DOCUMENTS ON ISLAMIC REPUBLIC'S CRIMES AGAINST THE IRANIAN PEOPLE. Look at them.

Next, I refer you to two posts, in broken English, by Korosh, a contributor at Love America First. A BLOGGER'S BROTHER KILLED BY THE IRANIAN REGIME, and WHAT THE MAIN STREAM MEDIA DOESN'T COVER? Read these, and go to the links on the posts.

There is much here that impacts the larger debate about Iran getting nuclear weapons technology. With Ahmedinejad in power, that is a frightful thought. This post is about removing him before that comes to pass, and allowing freedom of political expression in that (once very Westernized) country. It's not just Ahmedinejad, of course. He's just the catalyst that may bring about true change in Iran.

--It can only happen after he is gone, as well as the enforcers of this (phony) Islamic regime.

What say you, Muslim Unity blog? Feel free to comment, especially on the links that are in Arabic. Translations would be helpful, if you comment on those links.

As Rosemary always says, HAVE A GREAT DAY!

1 comment:

Jimmy Carter said...

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