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MY REPORT ON THE IRANIAN ELECTION RESULTS

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Attached is the report I have written with a friend which blows apart the report of Dr Ansari published by the British establishment's think tank, Chatham House.

I challenged the director of CH, Sir Robin Nibbett, to read my report but he squirmed his way citing some adminstrative procedures which preclude him from doing so.

Read it and, if you agree with it, publish it wherever you can.

Thanks.

Iranian_election.pdf

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Yes- look, I was supporting Mousavi before the election but saw the true face of the "Green Wave" immediately after.

I am preparing a copy in Persian and hopefully also in Arabic.

Masha Allah .

May Allah swt rewar u

Jazakallah Khair

Thanx

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May Allah (swt) bless you and your family brother. Amin.

Your case is same as mine (I liked Dr. Khatami before and thus I was going more towards Green Camp this time). But soon after Elections I realised the character of these People and the threat they pose to the Islamic Values and Islamic Revolution, and therefore I had to immediately separate myself from these people.

I am hopeful that we two are not alone, but a big big numbers of Islamic Reformists would have felt this thing and would have re-thought their stance over the Politics. Insha-Allah.

Was Salam.

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Mousavi is a house negro of the western/zionist imperialists and a idol of the homosexual secularist scum, and Rafsanjani is a corrupt clown. I guess being around and having the opporunity to learn from Imam Khomeini (ra) couldn't stop Rafsanjani's personal greed and deviant ways.

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very nice work with dedication and a lot of efforts,

may God bless you for this,

you have done a good job,

for which thank you,

Thanks. I had no choice but to write it since the dignity of Islam and the Iranian nation was at stake.

Please do what you can to make it known in as many places - we must not let the enemies of Islam have the final say.

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Mousavi is a house negro of the western/zionist imperialists and a idol of the homosexual secularist scum, and Rafsanjani is a corrupt clown. I guess being around and having the opporunity to learn from Imam Khomeini (ra) couldn't stop Rafsanjani's personal greed and deviant ways.

Why the racist statement? House Negro?! It seems you are using much the same terminology that "western/zionist imperialists" use. :!!!:

Edit: I read your report, it was very well written. Thanks.

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^house negro is phrase coined by Malcolm X to distinguishing black community who is taking side with his white boss and accept their destiny as slave or serve his masters.

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Why the racist statement? House Negro?! It seems you are using much the same terminology that "western/zionist imperialists" use. :!!!:

Edit: I read your report, it was very well written. Thanks.

I'm using "house negro" as a metaphor for someone who works against their own people (in this case Mousavi working against Iran) and works and is paid by western imperialist government and their agents to harm their own nation. It was the great Al-Hajj Malik al-Shabazz who coined this term referring to certain traitors from among the terrorized African-American community "Amerikkka".

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Monday, August 10, 2009

Clinton: US Supported Iran Protesters ‘Behind the Scenes’

Hints at September Deadline for Iran to Respond to Talk Offer

by Jason Ditz, August 09, 2009

In an interview today on CNN’s GPS with Fareed Zakaria, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that while the US didn’t want to come out too publicly in favor of the protesters in the wake of Iran’s disputed June elections, the State Department was “doing a lot” behind the scenes to support the opposition.

Secretary Clinton said it was a difficult situation because there was concern that US backing might lead Iran’s leaders “to use us to unify the country against the protesters.” Still, she insists the State Department “were doing a lot to really empower the protesters” including pressing Twitter to delay a scheduled service outage.

The exact extent to which the US has funded, and continues to fund, Iran’s opposition will likely never be known, but in the midst of the June rallies the Obama Administration did move to provide millions of dollars in grants to dissident factions, suggesting Clinton’s concern to keep the action “behind the scenes” was far from universal.

In a nod to the continued hawkish stance of the administration, Clinton also added that the US doubted Iran was going to enter into talks about its nuclear program, and suggested the US was going to “take stock” of the offer in September, insisting the US isn’t going to continue waiting for a reply.

http://obamboozled.blogspot.com/2009/08/clinton-us-supported-iran-protesters.html

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