Blog Posts - Mehdi Karroubi



When Your God Came Credentialed By the Authorities

Called to prayer five days per day, you had to wonder about the content of the prayer. The prayers of those in power, in Iran. The framework, the purpose, of their prayer. In the the torment of their God, and His people. With 62 percent of the vote,...
by paperlessworld on Jun 1, 2011

Pendukung Ahmadinejad Serukan Hukum Mati Tokoh Oposisi Iran

Puluhan ribu pendukung pemerintah Iran memadati jalan-jalan di Teheran, Jumat (18/2), menuntut para pemimpin oposisi, Mir Hossein Mousavi dan Mehdi Karroubi, dihukum gantung karena pemberontakan mereka. “Kematian bagi Mousavi! Kematian bagi Kar...
by www.selebonline.com on Feb 19, 2011

Iran:Press Freedom Under Attack

Iran’s journalists under Pressure Seem to Me! End of the Dictator President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad regime in Iran is near! Via Al Jazeera Iran’s government has shut down two publications as part of a continuing crackdown on pro-reform media...

Iran: Parliamentary leader dismisses sex abuse claims

An update on this story: “Claims of sexual abuse of detained protestors are sheer lies,” said Ali Larijani, cited by Iran’s Press TV website. “Following a precise and comprehensive inquiry into (the treatment of) detainees at...
by Tea And Politics on Aug 13, 2009

Iran Remains Tense: Tribute To Neda

As the situation in Iran continues to deteriorate, the government has stepped up its bloody repression against its citizens. Opposition presidential candidates Mehdi Karroubi and Mohsen Rezai have quietly scaled back their criticism of the electoral...
by Last Person Left on Jun 26, 2009

Iran Pulls a Zimbabwe: Sham Elections!

The ayatollahs in Iran have put an end to its people desire for reform by essentially rigging yesterday’s presidential elections in favor of incumbent President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. According to authorities, Mr. Ahmadinejad garnered 62.3% of the v...
by Last Person Left on Jun 13, 2009

2009 Iranian Elections: Nuclear Power Still A Go Even If Reformers Win

The decision by former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami to challenge incumbent President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will pose a fascinating set of circumstances for both the Iranian people and the nascent foreign policy direction of U.S. President Barack...
by Last Person Left on Feb 27, 2009

2009 Iranian Elections: Nukes Still A Go Even If Reformers Win

The decision by former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami to challenge incumbent President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will pose a fascinating set of circumstances for both the Iranian people and the nascent foreign policy direction of U.S. President Barack...
by Last Person Left on Feb 27, 2009


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