Sunday, July 9, 2006

Opposition

Finally, there are positive signs proving that Iranian opposition forces are getting together to accelerate the process of regime change in Iran.

4 comments:

Rosemary said...

This is great news! I never thought I would read anything like this in the Arab News, however. Did they print it in Arabic and Persian?

I hope Akbar Ganji comes to America. I would like for him and President Bush to meet. President Bush personnally called for his released when he was in prison.

I do believe he is getting bad advise from the State Dept. ever since Mr. Perle left. Dear God, please have Mr. Richard Perle talk to President Bush!

Again, thank you for this great article. Have a wonderful week.

BTW, how was the rally? Let us know, okay? Look forward to reading about it. The next time, let me know earlier. I live in Long Beach, but I have no transportation. I would have loved to have gone. Maybe one day you could give me a ride there. I can always find my way home if necessary. :)

Winston said...

Rosemary, dont keep your hopes high on Ganji. He is now opposing President Bush plans to liberate Iraq and Afghanistan. He also condemned any alliance between Iranian leftists and constitutional monarchists. I very much think he is unaware of the fact that Mullahs have sent him out of Iran to help divide the already-fractured Iranian opposition forces. I have lost my respect for Ganji and people like him.

Rosemary said...

I had no idea. Thank you. I'm still glad that he's out of Evin prison, however. I wouldn't wish that on anyone.

I've made a mistake, eh? lol. I've been reading so many sites, I sometimes get them mixed up in my head. Somebody went to LA today (on the 9th), and I wanted to go. Oops. Sorry about that. :)

Chester said...

"I very much think he is unaware of the fact that Mullahs have sent him out of Iran to help divide the already-fractured Iranian opposition forces"

If he's unaware he's being used, then maybe you shouldn't lose your respect for him quite so fast?

I can only hope that someone like Fakhravar has contacted him, to tell him that he's damaging/fracturing the opposition movement.