Change or deja vu? Obama divides Iran
Asia Times Online / Gareth Porter
12-Dec-2008 (2 comments)

The differences over Obama appear to coincide with a split within the Iranian regime over whether Iran should make any concessions in order to begin negotiations. The ultimate decisions on negotiations with the United States will be made by the Supreme Leader of Iran, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who seeks consensus among top Iranian officials and his own advisers on matters of natural security, according to Iranian officials and analysts.


Obama(st), Obama(nist), whatever.

by Ostaad on

Iran has not be in conrtol of her international role nor has she been in possession of so many diplomtic and political levers to influenct events in the region for hundreds of years. I don't agree with the present regime and the Constitution that sustain it, but I DO support Iran's efforts to play a lead role in the region as a focrum for peace and security. The fact is some people want Iran destroyed and out of their way to domination in the ME. Bottom line Iran needs to be able to defend itself, but it also needs to be looking for any openning to, let's say, resolve its problems with the US and then EU.  


Darius Kadivar


by Darius Kadivar on

And You Guys thought manipulating Obama would be a Piece of Cake with your 3rd World Rhetoric. LOL !

Here is For You Bacheh Geryehoo Mullah Lovers:



The IRI and Democratic Values are Incompatible I prefer to See these Bacheh Akhounds OUT OF IRANZAMIN !



My Opinion Too !