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To: DoctorZIn
Thank you for all your efforts DoctorZin. It's a noble job you are doing for the good of humanity.

I remember reading your post:"Reading the tea leaves - Bush's Strategy on Iran". I thought it was the best article I have read in terms of analysis/and approach in dealing with this heinous regime.
Here is my point: the case of Zahra Kazemi. The new details revealed are poignant revelation of this barbaric and fossilized regime; yet the New York Times and Los Angeles times only wrote a paragraph about this (thank you Mr. Ledeen for your writings on this matter). If the American media was truely awake, here is a golden opportunity to bring to light the ill effects of this regime. She was one person, and God bless her. There are a hundreds of thousands who have had the same fate:
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT: http://www.holycrime.com/CrimeFlog3.asp
http://www.holycrime.com/CrimeTortur6.asp
We jail people who spank their kids yet Can we be human and let this happen? Forget the soft Canadians, where is the UN. Don't we as humans have the declarations of human-rights? how can we stand this. I am really sad and more so mad as hell.
7 posted on 04/05/2005 6:14:49 AM PDT by persiandissident
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To: persiandissident

HolyCrime.com should be required viewing for the mainstream media. I knew of the regime's brutal practices. Yet seeing just a few pictures drives the point home.

The need for regime change in Iran is about more than nuclear weapons. It is necessary for several reasons, not the least being the horrific torture of its citizens. If that's not "cruel and unusual punishment," then I don't know what is.

It also makes it understandable why people are hesitant to rise up. You could get whipped to death. One of your eyes might get removed! The Iranian people are caught between a rock and a hard place. You revolt, and you may die horribly. Don't revolt, and your people's torture will continue. Revolution is the only cure to the disease that has infected Iran. Most unfortunately, the cure will not be bloodless.

Saddam's regime killed no less than a third of a million of its citizens. He has been reduced to writing poetry about George W. Bush, confined to a room in his own palace.

Iran's turn will hopefully come up very soon.

But keep in mind that despite how bad it is in Iran, the situation in North Korea is far worse. Holocaust II is taking place in North Korea. Tyrants are tyrants. Islamic fundamentalist, like Khatami, or socialist like Saddam, or communist, like Kim Jong-il - more or less, they are all the same.

We didn't leave Hitler in power. We shouldn't leave them in power, either.


8 posted on 04/05/2005 5:15:27 PM PDT by JWojack (Faster please.)
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