Haleh Afshar

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The majority of Iranians just don’t believe it. The persistent assertions by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the spiritual leader, that the official election results reflect the true will of the people are greeted with disbelief, as is the Guardian Council’s insistence that there was no major fraud. The question Iranians – especially the young, who form two-thirds of the population – demand be answered is: “What happened to my vote?” When they shout “death to the dictators” from the rooftops, death it is because they fear that their nation might end up with a Mugabe, or a Hitler.

The obvious question posed again and again is: if Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is the choice of people, worthy of a landslide victory, then why is he not willing to put this to the test again?…  Seguir leyendo »