THE Iranian government acts like a doctor who treats people even when he is sick. It has been waging a war against the pro-reform opposition and tracking down participants in the protest against the rigged presidential elections since June 2009. This is a clear indication that the Iranian leaders do not want to acknowledge the peaceful revolution on the streets of Tehran, Mashhad, Shiraz and other major cities in the country; but is bent on, provoking Arab citizens to rebel against their government.
The Iranian fascist leadership has been vocal about its wish to discuss the rights of people to express their opinion and participate in democratic protests, yet they have been depriving their citizens of these privileges. These leaders will never care about the suffering of most Iranians as long as the elite remain in power and amass wealth at the expense of the citizens.
Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani has not realized that Iran needs advice more than the Arab leaders because the ‘fire’ of protests has started burning the Iranian cloth, while its house is in disarray due to the activities of protesters. He has also forgotten that the majority of Arab countries have not put the opposition under house arrest, similar to what has happened to former Iranian president Mohammad Khatami, as well as Mehdi Karoubi and Mir Hussein Mousavi. The opposition listens to the outcry of the people and is keen on implementing genuine reforms.