Pics from Guardian paper from yesterday's protests. Non-violent resistance is the best tactic against the mullahs. It has worked every where and it will definitely work in Iran.
I've been unable to get in touch with any one in Iran due to disruptions in cell phone networks and internet but I am still following the news and as soon as I have new stuff, I'll post them here.
Updated at 4pm ET: Got this thing in an email from Iran.... "Ask those who say Iranians don't need external support why the regime has shut off the means of Iranian people's communications such as internet, cellphones & twitter?"
My own question to those idiots who think the United States and other free world nations/governments should stay out the Iranian unrests is: Show me a revolution that succeeded without external support. No revolution, no change in any country through out history has been successful without the solid support from other free nations. The revolution of 1979 in Iran succeeded because the world stopped supporting the late Shah of Iran and started backing and negotiating with the revolutionary forces. Those who want the US government out of this thing are for the status quo. They're siding with the criminal regime of Iran.
Updated @ 5:15pm ET: Two Iranian political activists say that the people of Iran won't forgive Obama for siding with the regime.
I have had my doubts about the ongoing unrest in Iran. One side of me says this is just a fight between the two factions of the regime: Moderates Vs Hardliners! And one side of me thinks this is going to change the things for good. We'll see soon where this is headed....
Iran's Supreme Leader could soon experience his own day of mourning say Con Coughlin of Daily Telegraph paper
Audio of my interview with Hugh Hewitt today, discussing the Iranian riots