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    • Sandra Chitayat
    • 15.02.11 | 11:39 (IST)

    It is easy for these talkbackers to pontificate on the fate of the protesters and/or Iranian civilization as informative or educated as these thoughts might be. But G-d help these people until their cry is loud enough that people on the outside cheering the Arab Umma on, whether it be Egypt, Yemen or Bahrain, will finally come to their aid in a decisive manner. I pray and I wait for that day as they do, chanting on the rooftops:"G-d is great!" I am confident that day will come. We need only be able to wait. Because it has to. Persian civilization is worth saving. It is part of the World Heritage. Not just Islam per se. G-d can take care of Himself and must not be used as a pretext to oppress humanity. That in itself is blasphemy. To be revered and respected but not to be USED to oppress.

    from the article: Iran parliamentarians call for death of opposition leaders
    First published 10:12 15.02.11 | Last updated 10:12 15.02.11
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