New Protests Signal Iranian Opposition Weakening?

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Iran

Because while today’s protests in memory of the 10th anniversary of the violence at Tehran University drew a lot of coverage from the Western media, it seems as if it didn’t draw very many Iranians.

More at True/Slant.


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2 Responses to “New Protests Signal Iranian Opposition Weakening?”

  1. Jimmy the Dhimmi Says:

    Finally this nuisance to the Obama administration has subsided, and the President can get back to his original plan to reach out to fascists.

    Consider this a sign that the fists are about to unclench; they have almost completed the task of utterly smashing the opposition.

  2. itanshi Says:

    Brazen unfounded assumptions? I don’t know what side you are on.

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