Pamela Geller, American Thinker: The Case for Iran

I have the lead article at The American Thinker today (and Saturday too!): The Case for Iran: Fighting for Freedom.

The ultimate question is what a regime change, or even modification of
the regime with a Mousavi as president, would mean to Iran's nuclear
program. More

It articulates quite clearly my take and thinking on Iran and what it all means.

Despite the cynics, tens of thousands took to the streets today. This is too key an issue, critical and historic, for the West to take such a passive position. It is an opportunity we have never seen the likes of. Squandering it is foolish and suicidal, and plays into the hand of the mullahs. Everyone is so anxious to  bash it, scorn it and write the post mortem.  Why?

And please spare me the lectures on Mousavi. I know who he is and what he is and  said so first at Atlas on June 12th and 14th, and again in the American
Thinker on the 17th.
Things have changed, and perhaps so has the man.

It's not about Mousavi.

Please read it. I am interested in your comments.


Atlas has been liveblogging Iran for two weeks.  Archives here.

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