Mark Leaman - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Persian Kitty
    • 27.12.09 | 17:17 (IST)

    While I agree with your comment on AN increased rhetoric and its reasons, I strongly disagree with "Don`t expect a rapid regime change within Iran. More than one third of the population is loyal to the current regime." What's most astonishing is the anger of the religious and the poor and rurals yesterday and today. And the fact that the regime actually killed innocent people makes for a very true to its past and form Ashura. I don't know where you get your one third figure but I'll tell you it's incorrect. As for Iranian troops deploying anything into lebanon, dude, they can't find enough of them who actually follow orders of their commanders at home; based on what reason and logic you think they'll be 'deploying heavy equipment into lebanon? *rolling eyes*

    from the article: Mousavi's nephew said among nine killed at Iran rallies
    First published 11:35 27.12.09 | Last updated 03:01 28.12.09
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