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Iranian Mullah-ocracy Unravelling?

It seems that time might be running out on dajenidamhA, as thousands of students have reportedly taken to the streets in commemoration of "Students Day" and in protest of the Dictatorship of the Mullah-ocracy. This could be good news, if the elements in the Iranian government that are seeking to destroy the world via nuclear weapons are suddenly removed from power. Bad news if ol' Maddy is replaced with someone far more, well, evil. (There really aren't many other appropriate words to describe the guy, what can I say?)

In any case, GatewayPundit has the details, as always:

** Thousands of Iranian students rallied against the regime today in Tehran! **

Iranian Students at Tehran University gathered earlier today to commemorate "Students Day" and protest the brutal regime.

The students shouted, "Death to the Dictatorship!" And... "We have nothing to lose to defend Freedom!"

My favorite highlight from GP's photo roundup:

I swear—when I first saw the poster on the right, I thought it said "Snapped Shot". Does that mean I'm sleepy?

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#1 Iran Reviews 07-Dec-2006
[Source: snapped shot · exposing photojournalism one frame at a time] quoted: It seems that time might be running out on dajenidamhA, as thousands of students have reportedly taken to the streets in commemoration of "Students Day" and in protest of the Dictatorship of the Mullah-ocracy. This could be good news, if the elements in the Iranian government that are seeking to destroy the world via nuclear weapons are suddenly removed from power.
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