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Holding Iran’s Supreme Leader Accountable

Holding Iran’s Supreme Leader Accountable

By Reza Pahlavi
The subject of Iran currently sits quite prominently at the forefront
of foreign policy discussions. 80% of all media coverage of Iran today
focuses on the covert nuclear program. The remaining 20% focuses on
provocative words and actions of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. His
actions might make for good television, and Iran's nuclear program might
make for the stuff of brinksmanship, but the present discussion about
Iran fails to focus on the root of the country's plaguing problem: the
Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.

In late January, I submitted a report to the United Nations Security
Council detailing the crimes against humanity perpetrated on the orders
of Islamic Republic's Supreme Leader, Mr. Ali Khamenei. The report
focuses on crimes against humanity committed during the suppression of
popular dissent after Mahmo

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Added: Mar-8-2012 Occurred On: Mar-8-2012
By: RezaPahlavi
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Tags: Iran, Reza Pahlavi, Tehran, United States, Nuclear, Khamenei, Ahmadineajd
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  • you will never rule Iran...your father the sha was a criminal ....

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  • Hey mister Pahlavi do you have any dignity? It's the west that oevrthrew your father when he denouced the jewish bankers. Yet you are begging the west like a dog, what a despicable individual

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  • nice post

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  • He should have a Tlam or Cruise missle with his home address (family ...extended as well) on it....Allah Akbar! Insha'Allah....sorry Arabic NOT Farsi....remember Persian think of Arabs as retards and a subculture....time to pay the Piper baby.

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  • Some good points, but note that he doesn't claim a Democratic Iran wouldn't pursue the bomb

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  • He does have some points, but doesn't mention that as a son of the Shah and Crown Prince in exile he would be likely to be at the forefront of any re-appropriation of power in such circumstances. I think a grassroots democratic movement would be good for Iran and the region, sure. Unfortunately, i think it's been a while since we've seen a grassroots democratic movement. A movement engendered by the West with the Shah's son as the tip of the arrow would certainly not be organic and would result More..

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  • Its obvious that any protests are squashed by the regime immediately,like in 09!
    These crazy Ayatollahs can not be allowed to get nukes!!
    Maybe if Irans nuclear sites were wiped out, it might spur the people to revolt against the government and Ayatollahs afterwards!

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