Skip to comments.Iran: 100ís of Thousands Take to Street in Support of Mullahs
Posted on 12/30/2009 11:11:14 AM PST by Islaminaction
After protest after protest by the opposition, the Mullah supporters have taken it to the streets of Iran in a counter protest. I dont believe that this regime is as weak as many people make them out to be, and it will take a civil war to remove them.
Iranian regime followers stage show of strength By Laurent Maillard
TEHRAN Hundreds of thousands of government supporters took to Irans streets on Wednesday in a show of force against the opposition, with a senior cleric telling their leaders to repent or be declared enemies of God and face death.
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HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Will the Million Man March’s Mullah multiply marchers?
How do you say “rent-a-mob” in Farsi?
Seriously, I agree that the current regime won’t leave without a fight. I am convinced that many of the pro-regime demonstrators were ordered into the streets today, and that the government enjoys only minority support. But that minority is a fanatic one, one that will fight to the death.
Persian version of the “brown shirts” in action.
Is this it??? They are allowing all kinds of publicity for this. Or is this a prelude to something far worse?
It’s always amazing how dictators can gin up a mob so quickly.
Hey no Gin! Booze is anti-Islamic. :)
“Hey no Gin! Booze is anti-Islamic. :)”
I must tell you a story. My son manages a liquor store. Yesterday some men came in, obviously Muslims. First my son (being a smart a$$...don’t know where he gets that!) asked them if they wanted some chicarones (pig rinds). When one of them showed his ID (passport), my son said he thought Muslims didn’t drink....he just got a smile.
LOL! The Sharia loving Muslims would cane them.
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