I don't pray only for people who share my vision of religion. I pray for believer and non-believers alike.
Do you know what sparked the rebellion by this cleric and those who agree with him?
According to the original report from an Iranian radio station, this cleric was calling on Iranians to rise up and throw off the government that is oppressing them with religious edicts. He stated that the state and the religion must be two seperate entities, not ONE like it is now.
I have no problem with someone praying that the people of Iran might have a chance at something better than the hellhole they live in now, with the Ayatollahs arresting, maiming, imprisoning, torturing and killing them for any deviation from their religious edicts, which cover EVERYTHING, since state and religion are ONE AND THE SAME.
You can't be that narrow. People pray for everyone and prayer is what's needed... no matter your religion. If you have a problem with that... please expand.
If anyone looks at the situation within and out of Iran... and doesn't see the need or relevance, that's real sad.
Maybe this will help some. I pray that we don't have to nuke Iran because the people will be the ones to suffer, while the big shots should care less.
Wow, does seeing a post mentioning prayer offend your libertarian sensibilities that much?
Heavenly Father I humbly ask to to protect Ayatollah Mohammad Kazemeini Boroujerdi. To guard him and his followers from those who would come against him.