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A comfortable spot somewhere between

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Submitted by Melvin A. Fechter (United States), Jul 25, 2002 at 19:43

Some years ago, I acquired a book titled "WITNESS" by Mansur Rafizadeh. Rafizadeh is identified as the "former chief of Savak." Anyway, Rafizadeh describes in great detail the orgies, corruption, and sheer evil of the shah's regime. It is no great surprise that the people went from that extreme to the Ayatollah Khomeini's. Perhaps now they will find a comfortable spot somewhere between. I will hope so.

Mel Fechter
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