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Noted Iranian Activist Kianoosh Sanjari:

"The People of Iran Will Not Forgive Obama For Siding With the Regime"


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Mousavi! Mousavi!

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Threre were millions on the street the day before... are we seeing the second revolution? I've known it's been coming for a long time, but I didn't imagine it could come so soon... keep your fingers crossed!

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teleprompter - I can't find that quote in the link to the page last updated in 2007 where Obama is not mentioned at all. Please help

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I can't find that quote in the link to the page last updated in 2007 where Obama is not mentioned at all. Please help

Sorry. Here is more on the dissident


video with the quote about Obama


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Hamas thugs bused in from "Palestine" to help the mullahs intimidate and terrorize Iranian citizens.

Jun 17, 2009 10:03 | Updated Jun 17, 2009 15:27 'Hamas helping Iran crush dissent' By SABINA AMIDI, SPECIAL TO THE JERUSALEM POST

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“Many experts are claiming that the margin of victory of incumbent President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was the result of fraud or manipulation, but our nationwide public opinion survey of Iranians three weeks before the vote showed Ahmadinejad leading by a more than 2 to 1 margin -- greater than his actual apparent margin of victory in Friday's election."

Why are most MSM ignoring the American pollsters who conducted an independent poll in Iran prior to the election?

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That's awesome!! teleprompter posts links to sites he claims people are angry at Obama, and they links are from 2007! Pure class!

teleprompter: do you have a point this time, besides once again posting pre-election and unrelated links?

I for one am glad to see all these people protesting. It doesn't leave much that Ahmadinejad can do, and I don't think the violence will do anything with such numbers except stir even more unrest.

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