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Today marks the first round of voting in the Iranian election, with voters working at polls to decide who should succeed Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as the president of Iran. We should know who the winner is, or if another round of voting is needed, within a few hours. Ignoring the anti-Zionist statements, which are dumb and offensive for obvious reasons, ... Continue reading »
The graphic on Khamenei’s Facebook page depicts the star of David logo of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) & beneath it, an arrow pointing at 3 fat oligarchs with money-bags heads, who hover over a line of voters. Iranian presidents, by contrast, the cartoon said, come from “ordinary people” and some are not affiliated with pa ... Continue reading »
On May 21, Iran’s Guardian Council, responsible for vetting candidates for the upcoming June 14 presidential election, announced a list of eight approved candidates from the pool of 686 individuals who had registered. All eight candidates are considered to be the Supreme Leader’s favorites; many have family ties with him and/or were appointed to ... Continue reading »
Once again it begins. The great farce and grand illusion that is the Iranian Presidential election. If you read the Iranian Constitution it's painfully obvious. But my astute colleagues, even ones more astute than me, people with PhDs even, seem to be blissfully ignorant as to how the system and laws work, choosing instead to be gullibly swept ... Continue reading »