The Rise of Student Revolutionaries in Iran

December 21, 2006 at 4:10 am | Posted in America, American politics, conservatives, Democracy, Iran | Leave a comment

This is how successful revolutions and changes in power start: with the students first. The young generation in Iran clearly are quite moderate and the key to a peaceful resolution to the conflict between Western countries, Sunni Arab countries and Iran. America needs to stop rattling her saber and accept these moderates, like Khatami. However, if this is any indication the future doesn’t look good even for moderates in Iran, at least if Republicans win in 2008. It seems Republicans really don’t see any alternative except war with Iran in America’s future. So sad.

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