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Liberal Iranian
Liberal as in Liberty and Freedom. Iranian as in Cyrus and Ferdowsi.
Wednesday, September 27, 2006
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Human Rights First starts a campaign for the imprisoned Iranian activist who is now being tortured. 
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DO we have to be concerned about regime's reformists like this guy?
 
Winston,

So far as you think in terms of such labels and only go for scoring in the political game, you will risk losing sight of the content for its form.

When someone who strives for freedom is put in jail, we must be concerned for him. Khoini was arrested in the women's rights gathering of July 12. A reformer or not (and actually not), he is a citizen of Iran, and his freedom is our freedom. If that is not what we are fighting for, what is?
 
The matchless theme, is pleasant to me :)
 
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