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Hear, hear, shahin

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Submitted by Peter J. Herz (Taiwan), Oct 14, 2003 at 04:42

Shahin Shadmer was right on target about the MEK. Their fight with the Iranian mullahcracy is one tribe of cannibals eating another tribe of cannibals. In their own circles they boast about being the first "revolutionary fighters" into "the nest of spies" back in 1979, and deserved to be hissed and booed off the mall and out of university quads every time they try to collect signatures for an anti-mullah petition.
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