The results suggest Iran's next parliament will be more supportive of President Rohani's drive for economic reforms, but conservatives will remain a powerful force.13:31 30.04.16 | 0 comments
... suddenly cannot be resolved by well-meaning but naive individuals proposing to stabilize superficial rearrangements on the ground without addressing the determining force of the volatile religious currents ebbing deep underneath that dictate the final placement of things. Militant Islam still strives to mount its nostalgic high horse, drawing up its dignity with it, and to then gallop with trampling pride to relive a former glory. But it's no longer the 7th Century CE and their momentum has waned and they are far away from their ancestral home, and most importantly the former owners have also now returned with a flourishing vengeance to create formidable, prophetical facts on the ground that have to be contended with. The revisionist religion will have to give way or bear the scars of going against G-d's grain.