June 12, 2009
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Pooya   June 12th, 2009 4:09 pm ET

This will be a message from Iranian people, to their leaders and to the world that they do not want the image Ahmadinejad sent out from Iran.

MAHMOUD   June 12th, 2009 4:35 pm ET




Mehdi Goodarzi   June 12th, 2009 7:05 pm ET

The Mullah regime's foundation is based on confrontation to west and the supreme leader believes that his existence relies on down with USA slogan.
he is the one who should decide to forge a relationship with USA and west and all these candidates are puppets and people are not the key players.
I am iranian and voted today to Moussavi , I only wanted to say big No to current set up.
Iranian are secular and so proud about their history and country and it is pity that these mullahs have violated our reputation in the world.

Pamela May   June 12th, 2009 7:34 pm ET

As a British citizen who has also been a citizen of Iran for the last 26 years, I was very proud today to see my fellow Iranians turning out in such huge numbers to vote. I voted for the first time since becoming an Iranian and hope that this turnout will also be a turnaround for the Iranian people. The atmosphere in Tehran has changed over the last couple of weeks, the Iranian people have hope in their hearts for the future of their country.

Pamela May

Prem Nizar Hameed   June 14th, 2009 8:10 am ET

Despite the political situations in Iran, the majority win means it is an endorsement of people’s verdict. So we must respect the verdict. But we expect more freedom to Iran’s people and a good relation with Iran’s neighbours and friends and reconciliation with its foes for the sake of Iran’s development, peace and tranquility in the region. Ideological confrontation in healthy way is welcome in democratic set up. Ahmed Nejadi is a simple man in his personal life, he can translate those qualities of simplicity and humility in his official and foreign affairs in order to win the world. When he tends to listen to the world with equanimity, the world will also listen to his every wise word. The main agenda in the world must be to remove the word WAR from all the lexicons. We expect him to be part of that campaign sincerely. Just imagine how beautiful a world with full of peace will be! For that, a peace dove spreads its wings from my hands.

ali   June 14th, 2009 5:48 pm ET

dear hala
I'm writing from Iran . Here we don't have a good situation . every day youngs and students are harmed by police even worse than what you can imagine . in the nights people shout from their home they say : down with dictator ! we can't send sms for each other ! many internet sites belong to Mr.Mousavi has been filtered newspapers are under pressure from the government . The VOA channel and BBC persian has been filtered on the sattelite and many other problems please read this comment in your program so that all of the world know what is going on Iran . We want help from all of the human right organizations .

Amir Refahi   June 15th, 2009 12:12 pm ET

Ahmadinejad changed all the equations. The election was the negotiated coup. I am abroad and if this condition continued I will not come back to Iran.

Dan   June 15th, 2009 12:33 pm ET

No one can really know who won the elections in Iran. What we do know is that the revolutionary guards threatened on election day itself anyone who would try to protest against the Mullah regime in Iran. And it seems they are carrying out this promise against the angry students in the streets. I hope the international community does not let down the angry students in Iran, we must stand by them for the sake of freedom! Facebook is blocked in Iran to stop people who are crying for help!
Irans future is uncertain now.

Robert   June 15th, 2009 3:02 pm ET


Question: WHY the Iranian Gvt suspended mobile phones, restrict Internet access, stopped all sort of electronic communication between their own people?

Answer: BECAUSE they fear to the people. Why?

That is the real question!

The only answer the world has is: IRAN left the democracy and is now a TOTALITARIAN Regime

Adam   June 15th, 2009 3:08 pm ET

Just now on CNN international finally you had some intelligent comment from an Iranian political scientist that, demographics and populism have won this election and this is a reality of Iranian politics!! Of course the Mousavi camp is based in urban areas and supported by young people and expats. that they got 37% of the vote is a testimony to the fact that the democracy is actually working! Urban modernizers are always at odds with more traditional, less educated, rural people and this dynamic can be clearly seen across the world. I live in Bolivia and the election in Iran was very close to what happened there – a 60/40 spilt that divides the country between rural, ethnic, and indigenous movements against urban, middle and upper class ones. Are we willing to accept the results of democracy even when it produces leaders that we do not like? The media has focused far too much on smaller, yet legitimate but clearly more pro-western groups, and needs to give more coverage to rural, traditional, and in this case, majority voices.

ramon escalante   June 15th, 2009 7:42 pm ET

Of course that the election was not clean, however this events help the oposition because the regime is cracking and the young people will not tolerate this kind of "democracy"

Dr Abbas Askari   June 16th, 2009 10:36 pm ET

This election was a mimic of fake democracy of Russia, and it was too far from standard elections

seyed morris raji   June 20th, 2009 9:09 pm ET

This is the time that people of the free world help people of Iran by any possible means . Islamization of the Globe as it has been advocated by Iranian regime must fails.

Pakseresht   July 15th, 2009 8:11 am ET

That is a huge political scandle.they cheated Iranian people. and what a shame!. their action disgraced us. and by the time it seems no body is satisfyed with this situation.
we are waiting for overall changing impatiently.

anoush eshghi-pour   July 17th, 2009 12:32 pm ET

FREEDOM & DIGNITY ARE NOT NEGOTIABLE !All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.

ali   July 17th, 2009 5:50 pm ET

for sure ahmadi nejad is only agent of Khamenie, temsahe yazdi and Sepah, he was only in hand of them for cheaing in election.the history will prove it soon, while they will fight each other for financial gains.

maryam   July 19th, 2009 6:45 pm ET

Any government in Iran would need to interact with the global community and cannot be isolated.
if it continues its unethical and inhumane attitude towards its citizens as has been the case lately , it sure would need to build strong relations with similar rowdy governments in the international world to be able to continue in the sheild of the group .

mas   July 21st, 2009 1:09 pm ET

our country is in danger and we will defend it. we are green and we are prepare to stand against any kind of CRUELTY either in Iran Either of other countries......

Mani   July 23rd, 2009 1:57 am ET

As long as we have ayatollahs, there will be no change in foreign relations regardless of the election outcome.

I did not vote for any of the candidates. I voted for free Iran.

Free Iran will not exist unless we squeeze the mullahs and ayatollahs to the size of a soccer ball and kick it over the Persian Gulf to where it belongs. Only then we can have good relations with any peace loving countries on Earth.

kamran s.   July 23rd, 2009 1:58 am ET

Let's hope there hole regime is gone soon, so finaly iranian get there freedom after 30 years and we're sure the next goverment is having peace with west.


farnaz   July 24th, 2009 2:05 pm ET

I voted to mousavi beacouse i hate ahmadinejad,everybody is better than him.
we want to free iran

mansour   July 25th, 2009 10:40 am ET

Ahmadi Nejad is not the legal president of Iran. They cheated and if western countries do not anything about this they will be regret of what he (Ahmadinejad) is going to do .

Shayan   July 25th, 2009 11:58 am ET

I don't know if you really read these comments or not but let me say
this govenment in Iran is the outcome of a great mistake of US about 30 years ago. They (Britain and US) were afraid of Iranian as being a power in the region so they always tried to weaken this country. Now they did what they wanted but the problem is that it's gunna a big problem fro them as well as for the people living in the country.

Iranian people are not a threat to other nationas. They were always in pease with others. So please tell them to release our people from this government otherwise they make all world a big trouble. Sanctiona is just helping the dictators to be survived and it's not gunna make them weak and gave up. US should do the same thing did in Iraq to make all of us got rid of this cancer cell, however it should have been done instead of Iraq war years ago.

hamid nasvaderani   July 25th, 2009 3:24 pm ET

The government is assigned by corrupt supreme leader Khamenaee, not elected by people, the election was hijacked. Majority of Iranins like to be part of the civilized world, and respect all peope specially Israelees.

The whole world should help to remove this regime of terrorism and fanatic idiology, not only to rescue Iranians but also the rest of the world......................they are a bad virus.


nazi   July 25th, 2009 5:08 pm ET

Of course it was not fair. That liar (Ahmadinejad) cheated and manipulated the votes

vahide   July 25th, 2009 7:56 pm ET

It was not fair.This election was totally absurd.It was fraud.

Aria   July 27th, 2009 3:20 pm ET

I am sure that it was not fair. We, people of IRAN, don't want Ahmadinejad. He is a big liar. WE are Iranian and WE make Iran, not Ahmadinejad and his liar relatives.

Isabelle Mogadam   August 1st, 2009 2:15 pm ET

Since 1997 nothing in Iran has been fair. When you have an Islamic government that force and shove everything in your throat in the name of God and religion how can it be fair. Election is one example.The good news is that its the end of Islamic government.

widowmaker   August 2nd, 2009 9:22 am ET

It's not a short topic!!!We can't talk about west and Islamic republic without considering the Arab states & China & Russia and domestic conditions in Iran.
All the powers,including China,Russia,U.S and E.U,need Iran,not in short but in long term
Also I should claim that all the southern Persian Gulf states,which has been ruled under a dictatorship since of their born,can't accept a democracy & liberalism in Iran.
In addition,there is a cold war between China and U.S for gaining Iran's benefits in year 2025.
As everybody knows,U.S and president Obama has two the one hand accepting the Regime and gain the benefits for a short term in Iran and long in the region,on the other hand,overthrown the Regime,win the long term benefits in Iran,but not in the region.
china and Russia,of course,supporting any kind of dictatorship in Iran which is against west.furthermore,E.U,is seeking a way to make some reform in Iran,by supporting the reformist and m.r Rafsanjani.

Maryam   August 3rd, 2009 5:51 pm ET

Definitely, it was a fraud. They have stolen the people’s votes. If Ahmadinejad won with 63%, why he did not accept the reelection suggested by the opposition?! Specially, after seeing everyday protest leading to a crisis in the country. If he elected with 63%, he would win again! It shows that he and the supreme leader and those supporting the resultare great liars. Why they suppress the peaceful demonstration of millions protesters?! Why they kill the people and lots of whys without answers approving the big fraud.

darioush   August 4th, 2009 1:52 pm ET

The election has been never fair in our country . this wasn’t the first one and wont be the last time .
The fact that Iran is the most democratic country in that messed up region is also accepted but never doubt that pure democracy can never take part under any religion’s umbrella .
To be honest with you I cant think positive about Mr. mousavi either . have you noticed nobody is talking about ahmadinejad’s eager to carry out his nuclear ambition anymore? has anyone thought of the past 30years and the huge number of games they played with other nations as well as the Iranian nation? What if this whole show is just a game?

Ali   August 4th, 2009 7:38 pm ET

Absolutely the result of Iran elections is not fair. I have many reasons for this.

1. We, Iranian people voted and we know that whom we voted for. Absolutely he was not Ahmadinejad.

2. If Ahmadinejad believes that he was selected from polls let people come to street and it will be appear how many people are against him.

3. Why does the regime use violence?

4. Why does the regime kill people?


Behzad   August 5th, 2009 10:57 am ET

100% This election is not fair.
Everybody admit that ahmadinejad is not IRAN elected president.
We look forward to see Foreign contries reaction about this issue.
I hope nobody accept accept Ahmadinejad as Iran President.

khosro   August 5th, 2009 12:59 pm ET

all of us know whats happend in election and whats the proof of that is the way the governmet act ,killing innocent people in streets and catching them in hospitals .ofcourse this government is trustable and fair enough!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Fred Pirgaibi   August 6th, 2009 5:10 am ET

Hi Hala,
Thank you for the poll.Many people and media too are missing a very quick shift on the central issue in Iran 's dispute these days .I want to ask you to pay attention to these defining points which are apearing on regular basis . The area to look for is the new slogans that are shouted by people on the street and they clearly defines the new mood and demands of people.I suggest that you create polls based on these new slogans .e.g 1-azadi,esteghlal, jomhourie
IRANI.2-nah sharghi, nah gharbi, nah taazi, jomhourie IRANI
in other words election and "the idiot " or Mousavi are not the issue any longer . People want to bring down the whole establishment and create a real Iranian regime with no trace of Islam or Arabs in it ( a secular democracy).WE have been fighting Arabs for 200 years in Iran ,This regime is the stincky residue of a foriegn invadore that this generation wows to abandon it for ever through a secular regime. Now do you see how behind you & all the rest oF the western media are when you don't talk about this very central point. CHEERS,

bahareh   August 6th, 2009 7:00 am ET

it was not fair. mr.mosavi shuld take back my vote.

sama   August 6th, 2009 10:09 am ET

The resault of election in iran is a lie. They want decieve people. It s unfair, is there anybody to help us?

Mammoodi   August 7th, 2009 1:37 am ET

Not only this election was fraud, but the whole regime and its existence was a fraudulent coup after the revolution. They had a referendum at the heat of the revolution where the emotions and trust were high with lots of hope for a brighter future. The referendum asked "Yes" or "No" to an "Islamic Republic", no other choices and no other promises. People were fooled into "Republic" part and voted yes!!! Which they regret everyday now!

Now, we know there is no Republic, they choose who can be a candidate and after sham elections they'll pick whomever they want not who got the most votes. Regime change, a government of the people by the people, a real Democracy is the only solution, No East, No West, No Shah, No Mullah!

sima tayefeh   August 7th, 2009 4:00 am ET

of course not . it was not fair. obviously Iranian leaders cant see our advise, and our free will to have a mother country without this kind of divine cheat !!!

finally shame on RUSSIA ..

vastaa   August 7th, 2009 8:31 am ET

the election was not fair!if it is fair,so why our Innocent citizen goes to jail?!why lots of people like neda murdered?!why the streets are covered by blood?!why our Intellectual,Researcher,Scholarly,... are in jail;under the Excruciation??!!and there is 1000000 other unanswerd why....
so we are NOT Ahmadinejad and his liar relatives!we want PEACE and FREEDOM!!!!!

Jamshid M.   August 8th, 2009 5:24 am ET

I feel that I am growing and maturing as my fellow Iranians are so decisively out expressing their desires: that down with rediculous election, down with this state police, and long live the proud and intelligent people of my counrty.

Amir   August 8th, 2009 3:29 pm ET

It most definitely will. The power holders in Iran need a scapegoat for what happened post election, and who better to blaim than their old familiar enemy, the west. The relations between Iran and the west will never be of mutual respect as long as the current ideology stays in power.

set   August 8th, 2009 5:24 pm ET

Leave Iranian alone! West can take our whole Energy sources in different ways without ruining our culture or supporting someone like Ahamadi nejad and this current regime for more than 30 yrs, you took our Gas out of Pars oil and gas, Caspian sea ,… for your own benefit leave our culture for us and take other thing

Masour Parvizi   August 9th, 2009 7:00 am ET

Not only this election surely most elections in passed 30 years were fraudulous.
And one can not trust even this type collection of opinion since
1- They have all sort of possibilities such as asking their supporter like Minority Iranian , Arabs or else where supporters to write million emails to confirm the Election.
2- What is doing UN why UN and international Court keep quite and allow other dictators do what ever they want there should be some International decision to impose Referendum under UN and International Countries Control.
3- In any other Countries, If a Person commit a some miss behavior in other the Person will be take for justice but in such Countries the Leader Kill 100,000s People and take national wealth still in UN the say it internal matter and we can not do any thing.
4- I can write a book but I scared about my life even I am not living in Iran!

Since 70 million have no any right and one can not compare with animals right in other Countries!

bahram kaiserzadseh   August 9th, 2009 4:00 pm ET

After election many things have been clarified to the people of the world: Iranian people are not part of the brutal regime of Iran,we as Iranians are looking for freedom and peace.Please pass our massege to the world.

parisa   August 12th, 2009 12:16 pm ET

a person (Ahmadinejad) who has been appointed by dictatorship and not has been elected by Iranian people is not the representative and the formal president of the people so Iranians do not want any nation and president negotiate with this person about Iranians' 'national' affairs.

masume t   August 12th, 2009 12:35 pm ET

After election many things have been clarified to the people of the world: Iranian people are not part of the brutal regime of Iran,we as Iranians are looking for freedom and peace.Please pass our massege to the world.

masume t   August 12th, 2009 12:42 pm ET

ahmadinejad is not my president , i hate ahmadinejad

ed binazir   August 13th, 2009 3:12 am ET

By what I have seen and heard, it is as clear as daylight to me that the elections were fraudulent and deceitful and Ahmadinejad was not elected, but selected by Khamnei. Mr mousavi has really won the elections.

Shiva   August 14th, 2009 9:37 am ET

Election was fraudulent in Iran,they lied people,they ignored 40 millions People and their wishes!Mussavi should have been the President,for sure!

Sahar   August 15th, 2009 5:40 pm ET

Iranian people are really different from what is broadcasted in Iran's TV. We are really against this government and its policies. Ahmadinejad WASN'T our choice! We need help to fight this dictatorship!

Amirsasha   August 15th, 2009 6:00 pm ET

The whole election and having people vote was a fraud. Because They never counted the votes. How could they?
Millions of votes needed to be counted by hand and they had their results in 2 hours...put 2+2 together. It is imposible to have the real results in 2 hours and the who whole show was a fraud.

Amirsasha   August 15th, 2009 10:54 pm ET

The whole election was a show. They had already made up their minds who they were going to appoint to be the next president of Iran. To be honest with you Ahmadinejad is only a puppet in the hands of the EMAM. He is the real problem and the real treat to all. If I could afford it I would be back home in a second and would be helping my brothers and sisters for the cause of freedom their fighing for.
I am a very proud Iranian and eventhough been abroad for most of my life, I consider my self an Iranian...

mojdeh   August 16th, 2009 6:07 am ET

Iran Election was not fair at all . In 2005 more than 11,000,000 people voted to mr. Rafsanjani and the total participants that time was 28,000,000 and min. aga for participation was 15 years old , now in 2009 more than 40,000,000 people has been participated and min. age forparticipation is 18 , so it seams more than 12,000,000 people who were not participating in any election before and they came for a reform this time , so surely they have not voted to Ahmadinejad and total votes to Mousavi and Karoobi must be more at least 23,000,000 and now it is approx. 14,000,000 , now where is 11,000,000 VOTES?

hedieh   August 16th, 2009 6:10 am ET

The election was NOT FAIR .
We Wrote Mousavi and Karoubi , They read Ahmadinejad

Nahid   August 16th, 2009 4:44 pm ET

More than 80% of eligible Iranian in Iran and whole world did not vote for Ahmadinejad and so of course this election was fraudulent.

Omid   August 19th, 2009 1:37 am ET

we are asked about the election and its results.let me bring an example first then state my opinion. I'm a teacher and as a teacher we know that sometimes the students cheat. I dont want to say it is good or not but I mean we know but we dont want them think that we are stupid and can't understand what they have done. I by myself have voted to Mousavi not thinking that he will do a mirracle or do something extra, No. I did it in order to stop Ahmadinejad and the others. just imagine in a country with a population of above 70 million, they announced 4 candidates to be voted. so it is clear that they choose the ones related to the government and they do not allow the others to come into the band. now want to say evidence of cheating:
1. all these years, announcing the result was on the shoulders of a group called shoraye negahban. they usually announce the result after 3 days and then the leader is allowed to congratulate to the new president. this time in less than 5 hours the leaders congratulated to hi then the results be announced.

2. is it possible to count above 40 million ballot in less than 5 hours?I mean to collect them all and then count them?has any wise man accepted such a thing? If yes please let me know to be guided as well.

3.the group responsible to count the ballot, at the time of being asked to re count the ballot said it is not possible and by insisting the people and parties, they accepted to count 10% of them but they said that counting 10% of them will take at least 10 days!! wow! tehy have counted the whole in less than 5 hours and now 10% needs 10 days? good. means they are excellent in everything but from down to up or last to first.

4. if they think that Ahmadinejad is chosen by 24 million people, means he has found a place in the heart of the people so why they are worried and try to force the people to accept it? if everything is okay o there wont be any worriness . but let me ask where were such a fan to support him or celebrate his victory on the day of his official presidency announcement ? on that day the Majlis and its environment was surrounded by riot police. so seems they are the stupid ones and should not think that they have cheated and the people have accepted.

at the end let say that they have moved on the way which has shown their real face to the whole world.( I mean the face of the leader and the president and the people in other countries have found that they should not blame the Iranian as they are not with the government)

ebi   August 19th, 2009 6:25 pm ET

we want secularism,this is only way to save iran

amin   September 11th, 2009 8:29 pm ET

i think that the cheating in this election was very obvious,
iranian people thrashed ahmadi nejad & khamenei.
they know but not willing to accept this defeat, the election in iran was very fiasco, 98% of iranian people know that.
we should deal with this cruel regim
victory is with us
i`m sure

orod   March 14th, 2010 1:07 pm ET

The result was not fair at all.

Samane   July 11th, 2010 6:15 am ET

i was not at all a fair election
he was elected by a dictator weose name is Khameneei

Pari Irani   July 25th, 2010 11:31 am ET

We want our country back, we want change, we want democracy.

The result was not fair at all.

The Iranian deserve to get there country and freedom back!!!!

Free Iran and give Iran back to Iranian!!!!

Pari Irani   July 25th, 2010 11:34 am ET

We want our country back, we want change, we want democracy
The result was not fair at all.
The Iranian deserve to get there country and freedom back!!
Free Iran and give Iran back to Iranian!!!!

Babak   July 31st, 2010 8:03 pm ET

It is more than a year after the spurious election in Iran and we have seen that nothing have changed based on the results of this fraud election and the governmental homicidal behavior after that. All the West wants is its benefits, and in my opinion, if they compromise on the nuclear program all the superficial problems (such as human rights and so on) will be solved or at least be go to be silent. Plus, this issue is not of ones that the government could actually affect it. Instead it is the regime strategy not the government strategy. Thus, any in-charge government would behave similar with nuances.
The war between Iran and West is not the war of two government, neither it is the war of two countries. Instead, it is the war between one dictatorial REGIME and the world and not just WEST.
History has shown that this is people of the country who are the final victorious one in this combat. If it was not so, then all the dictatorial regimes would have exist up to now. The losers in this rival are any governments who compromise with this dictatorial regimes in any issue. The people might not see the traitors countries but through the eyes of history it will be clear and this is the problem which could not be solved easily: The disliking memory of the people (not government) of a country to other nation leaders.

Lisa   August 8th, 2010 10:06 am ET

This election was not a standard elections, it was more like the negotiated coup.

vahid   August 10th, 2010 7:06 am ET

Make sure it was unfair.

pouran   August 11th, 2010 11:21 am ET

it is not fair at all never ever.

rassul   August 19th, 2010 8:55 am ET

This guy, Ahmadinejad, is a fraud. He certainly was not elected by the Iranian people and his current views/actions are not approved by the majority of Iranian people. He must go, or take the risk of a bloody war with the rest of the world.

bahram   August 25th, 2010 8:40 pm ET

result was fraud . mousavi was not important what is matter here is Ahmadinejad also is not certainly The Mr President of Iran.

Vida   August 30th, 2010 5:10 pm ET

Be sure they never counted the votes.They had decided to announce the bigest liar in the world(Ahmadinejad)as the president.If they were able to finish the counting so fast(in one night)they would be able to count again to calm down the huge protests in all cities of Iran.Anyhow it seema this election has been good for us &he is bringing the end of this regime nearer &hopefully we can get rid of all of these killers&the enemies of humanityvery soon.

setareh   August 30th, 2010 5:13 pm ET

Iranian took part in this election to say they dont want this government hoping some change happens.So for sure they never elected the killer,liar Ahmadinejad

shaghayegh   August 30th, 2010 5:16 pm ET

No,Ahmadinejad is not our president,Iranian never elected him.He may have had just very little number of votes&those r those who r paid by him &directly get benefit of him>He is the most hateful character in Iran

Hengameh   August 31st, 2010 7:47 am ET

I'm a girl living in Tehran ,Iran and telling you dear readers that It is crystal clear than ever that firstly we have no election thing in Iran and secondly whatever the results ,the supreme Leader and his loyal flunkeys will deterimne the kind of relationship with west and they are all sick-minded people who don't care to anothing but satisfying their paranoid imaginations and promotion of Islamic Tyranny in the region or moreover the entire world! we hope and expect the international community to put pressure on them to stop stopnning,killing,executing of innocent people and minorities of Iran specially after the selection fiasco of last year and help us announce THESE GUYS ARE NOT OUR REAL REPRESENTATIVES.

ali   September 1st, 2010 10:02 am ET

we vote to mr mosavey because we want demoracey and no want atomic bomb

ali   September 1st, 2010 10:11 am ET

ahmadey nejad isestoppel man so you can see us economic in several years

ali   September 1st, 2010 10:17 am ET

This will be a message from Iranian people, to their leaders and to the world that they want the image Ahmadinejad sent out from Iran.

ali   September 1st, 2010 10:21 am ET

iam send this message from iran to you we want ahmadey nejad imag broken and go out we hate him

mary   September 18th, 2010 3:51 am ET

No,Ahmadinejad is not our president,Iranian never elected him

soheila   September 19th, 2010 4:11 am ET

It was not fair.This election was totally absurd.It was fraud.

arash   September 22nd, 2010 8:37 am ET


aidin   November 11th, 2010 10:12 am ET

ahmadinejad is not our president,we never elected him.

amin   November 12th, 2010 4:03 am ET

We DID NOT vote to Ahmadinejad.

Azar   November 12th, 2010 11:32 am ET

The presidential election was a large scale fraud and that's why a large scale unrest errupts following that.

soheila   November 12th, 2010 2:33 pm ET

today humanity is being challenged.There is an evil force at work that aims to destroy us.Every day innocent people are targeted and murdered,Terrorism is not an ideology ,it is a tool; but the terrorists kill for an ideology Islam.we are the majority of Iranian who did not vote for Ahmadi Nejad and his loyalties and who have seen the face of the evil and have risen to warn the world .How many more innocent lives should be lost before you open your eyes ?A nuclear disaster is upon us.this will happen .it is not a question of "if " but " when ".let us end the insanity of the Islamic regime in Iran

Farzin   November 12th, 2010 3:18 pm ET

It was not election, It was selection. Khameneey selected Ahmadinejad . He is not our president,Iranian never elected him.

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