Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Death a Symbol of Iranian Protests

Nazila Fathi's moving account of a death in Iran.

In a Death Seen Around the World, a Symbol of Iranian Protests

A similar story even made the pages of today's Age which not long ago was in a tizz about the visit of former Iranian president Mohammad Khatami in March and about Mohammad Ahmadinejad's embarrassing appearance at Durban 2 in April.

Of course, this is not the first death caused by this murderous and tyrannical regime of Mullahs whose tentacles spread to Lebanon and Hizbullah and to Gaza and Hamas long before the streets of Tehran erupted in flames.

Strange how the streets of the west were full of crazies demonstrating in favour of the murderous proxies of the mullahs when Hamas rockets were killing Israeli men, women and children. It's a different story now that the mullahs are murdering their own people. Not a letter in the Age from one of the learned ones accusing the Tehran regime of acting like Nazis.

The streets of the west are now silent and the letter writers have run out of ink.

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