July 23, 2009
Posted: 1721 GMT

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houshang   July 24th, 2009 11:08 pm ET

Of course no,t there has been no fair election in Iran during the past 31
years after Islamic revolution

Aria   July 25th, 2009 11:23 am ET

The whole shebang , the so-called election in Iran,was just a farce to bring the people to the polling in order to show to the rest of the world how popular they are! But the WISE think deeper than that! So think!Plus it's not a matter of comparing apples and oranges, but a matter of pepsi and coke!!Would you for for 2 identical drinks?

neda   July 28th, 2009 3:22 pm ET

of course not

mohsen   July 30th, 2009 12:55 pm ET

Regardig the elections in iran and in other totaliterian countries, one could clearly notice that it's not a matter of them being fair but being what the leader has decided. As for the recent presidential election here in iran, the result was what the supreme leader preferred to be as he confessed in the first post-election Friday prayer , because he is so distant from the people in the society and their real opinions that he thought he could put an end to the unrest just by expressing support for the fraudulently elected president. but his speech had an outcome which was in sharp contrast with what he had expected thus shifting the target of the protests from ahmadinejad to himself.
so it was totally an unfair election followed by a Modern Holocaust which is being practised by a dictatorial regime against its own people just before the eyes of the whole world. and this is exactly what is ripping them apart from within and without.

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