Skip to comments.Iranian cleric Hassan Rouhani elected as president
Posted on 06/15/2013 9:54:41 AM PDT by Perdogg
ran is on the brink of an extraordinary political transformation after the reformists-backed cleric Hassan Rouhani won an outright majority in Iran's landmark presidential election and set to succeed Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Iran's interior minister, Mostafa Mohammad-Najjar, announced on national TV around 20:30 Tehran Time that Rouhani has won more than 18m votes from the total votes of 36.7million votes.
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Where is the Iranian Ataturk?
Where is the Turkish Ataturk?
How old is Khamenei?
Maybe he’ll croak...
Maybe Ahmedinnerjacket might go all bats**t crazy and attempt to destroy Israel before leaving office.
Wait...he’s already bats**t crazy.
Think the Israelis have considered this possibility?
Iran’s Ataturk was Reza Pahlavi, the father of the last Shah of Iran.
The Reformists are just the regime’s release valve for dissidents. Khatami didn’t accomplish anything in his presidency because he wasn’t allowed.
Iran’s real chance was in 2009, but that was the only revolution in the Middle East Obama decided to ignore.
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