Alive & kicking

BBC: The clashes and arrests that marked Friday’s Qud’s (Jerusalem) Day marches have underlined once again how deep and unresolved the crisis and divisions in Iran remain, more than three months after the disputed re-election of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. In the face of severe repression, the opposition movement had not been able to stage any show of strength on the streets for two full months. The protest turnout on Friday, defying warnings from the hardline authorities, showed that the movement is still alive and willing to take risks to show it is still in contention. But qualitatively, it produced nothing new, and the scale was considerably smaller than the massive displays of outrage that came in the early days after the announcement of Mr Ahmadinejad’s huge official margin of victory. 123 next › last »

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