Skip to comments.Iran: What Does ‘Exporting the Revolution’ Mean?
Posted on 05/07/2008 6:45:10 AM PDT by freerepublic_or_die
A former president has come under attack by Tehrans leading conservative newspaper for comments that appeared to suggest that Iran was supporting insurgents in other countries. On Monday, the newspaper, Kayhan, accused Mohammad Khatami, the former president, of making remarks that were against Irans national interests. Mr. Khatami said in a speech on Friday that when the founder of the 1979 revolution, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, talked about exporting the revolution, he meant making Iran a role model for other countries, not supporting sabotage operations in other countries. End of News Item
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It means the same thing that Che Guevara meant it to mean......
I understand every word you said. I just don’t understand what you meant when you strung ‘em all together. hmmmmmmmmm... was he talking about the NY slimes... Iran... both LOL
There is no Conservative paper in Iran.
Most of what Iran believes is based in Socialism and they support the left.
It means you walking around in a burka and getting beat 3 times aday...
I’m stunned - I can’t believe the NYT is actually even talking about Iran’s fundamental, super-critical, number one foreign policy purpose in all matters. Wow.
Thanks very much. :-)
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