In the wake of what appear to be a stolen election by Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (as if all Iranian presidential election outcomes since 1979's revolution aren’t determined in advance by the mullahs), Iran’s people are rising up against their rulers in favor of the opposing candidate, Mir Hossein Mousavi. As with any revolution, it isn’t pretty. It is, however, breath-taking.
Instead of going on over things about which I have only cursory knowledge (as if that has stopped me before) here are some words you should read and photos you should peruse.
“Supreme Guide” Ali Khamenei’s police and the Basij militia are using
violence and terror to suppress the Iranian people at home. His terrorist
proxies fire missiles at Israel
The regime’s only allies in the world are terrorist armies and Bashar
Assad’s Baath Party state in Syria
In Tehrangeles, support for the people.
Obama Administration: No condemnation for Iran's violent government suppression of protest. I thought that the president’s “We’re all Muslims now” speech had made things all better in the Muslim world!
The world waits for the Leader of the Land of the Free.
(Thanks to Hot Air)