Friday, July 26, 2002

Iranian seek new voice
Michael Slackman in his article ( Losangles Times ) talks about the people of Iran and their frustration by Impasse. most of Iranians are against the hard-liners who rule the country by decree, elevating themselves above the law by controlling the police, the military and the courts. These people are considered as a "Third Force," a movement that encompasses almost everyone who is not in power. It is a social force, a political force. Religious groups, reform groups, radicals and conservatives alike are claiming title to this emerging power. The Third Force appears to cover everyone who is disgusted and disaffected, which, judging from the crowd outside Tehran University, cuts a wide swath across the social, political and economic strata of Iranian society.


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