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Enough is enough, Mr. Mousavi

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on May 17, 2010

“The Iranian people are rallying to the opposition movement because of its religious appeal,” opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi said.

Mousavi said his movement would continue to enjoy support so long as its leaders follow a receptive religious ideology, reports Radio Zamaneh, a Persian news service in the Netherlands.

He blamed the leadership in Tehran for turning its back in religious teachings.

“There must be no actions taken in the name of Islam and religion that may, god forbid, compromise these beliefs and faith,” he said.

He went on to criticize the justice system in Iran as un-Islamic. Tehran last week sentenced six members of the exiled opposition group the People’s Mujahedin of Iran.

Abbas Milani, an expert on Iran at Stanford University, told National Public Radio last week the latest crackdown on dissidents was a “very, very strong message to the opposition.”

I don’t think Mousavi knows what’s going on or what ? Now he thinks this system is Un-Islamic and wants to make it more Islamic. But is this what people want ? No, not at all, People had ruled by an Islamic Regime for 31 years and Now enough is enough, Mr. Mousavi .

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  1. Hugh said, on May 18, 2010 at 4:05 pm

    Mousavi is a hypocrate and a lier.A true democratic republic “MUST” have a separation of religion and government, or it will not survive. Government run by religion is tyranical and always results in a dictatorship. This is crucial. Good luck in your endevors.

    Hugh

  2. cyrus said, on May 31, 2010 at 1:29 am

    Mousavi is trying to portray a false image of the movement in order to distract the world about the fact that the green movement is a secular democratic regime change movement. Reformers are fooling themselves and if they don’t wake up now, they’ll soon fall behind the train of change and themselves will be seen as the ideologic opposition to the demands of the movement.


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