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Wednesday, May 25, 2005

The Land of Contradictions

The situation is very complicated in Iran. The Guardian Council (election watchdog) announced on television that Mustafa Moeen had been disqualified for the presidential election but then they reinstated him by order of the supreme leader.
Now some questions are on people's minds:'
Did the supreme leader really not know members of guardian Council (who chose by leader) disqualified most important reformist candidate until he suddenly heard the news on television like other people?
Must Moeen accept qualifying in this way?
Is all of this part of a game to excite people to participate more in the upcoming election?
Iran Votes 2005
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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Land of Contradictions

The situation is very complicated in Iran. The Guardian Council (election watchdog) announced on television that Mustafa Moeen had been disqualified for the presidential election but then they reinstated him by order of the supreme leader.

Now some questions are on people's minds:

Did the supreme leader really not know members of guardian Council (who chose by leader) disqualified most important reformist candidate until he suddenly heard the news on television like other people?

Must Moeen accept qualifying in this way?

Is all of this part of a game to excite people to participate more in the upcoming election?

Craig said...

I'm always amazed at how bloggers writing in English as a second language think their English is bad! Your english looks pretty good to me, you'd be surprised how many American high school kids can't write that well :)

I'm just curious, though, do you have to translate farsi to english when you write, or can you think in English while writing?