Iranian Protest Rally against Ahmadinejad

News and Society | | September 22, 2011 at 8:53 pm

Iranian Protest Rally against AShmadinejad

As street protests and voter skepticism rose over Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad\’s election victory, the incumbent leader hailed the vote, saying it was a \”great ordeal\” but one that pointed \”the way to the future.\”

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6 Comments

  1. Everyone knows their elections are rigged but so are the elections in the US so what does that even say? We just accept it because our leaders aren't as bad. It was even in mainstream media about the voter fraud in the Republican primary in the US election, so of course the election is rigged in Iran.I don't think we should use stories like this to invade another country though because they are no threat to us, it's just another target for our military complex.

  2. Bickart892 says:

    The ongoing street protests have been viewed as remarkable in a country where anti-government sentiment is not looked upon kindly by those in power.

  3. Matt DeLima says:

    Interesting information and approach. I enjoy hearing all sides of the stories and appreciate it when you can witness free speech at work.

  4. Lachelle Klein says:

    Because of these riots, two were hanged to death and other nine will soon be executed too. Ouch.

  5. I have been really about this in the paper lately this video give far better insight

  6. Richelle Gartner says:

    Before the vote count ended, Moussavi issued a sharply worded letter urging the counting to stop because of “blatant violations” and lashed out at what he indicated was an unfair process.