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Ahmadinejad or Mousavi?

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Submitted by HC (Canada), Jun 21, 2009 at 08:37

Dear Mr. Pipes,

It is important to know that there is no difference between Ahadinejad and Mousavi, nor is any difference between Khatami and Khamenehi, or Montazeri, Karoubi, or Rafsanjani.

They all believe in the brutalism, they all believe in Brutal Islam, they all are keepers of Islam, not keepers of promises. They use "Diception" at all time.

Iranians want and asked for freedom of thought for three decades, Mousavi even if is acting as transitional to a secular regime likewise Yeltsin of Russia, he is not trustworthy, thus he too is fundamental Muslim, believing in that brutal man Ali Khamenehi.

They must go..

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