Monday, June 8, 2009

Iranian Women Vote

Mohsen Rezayee (Conservative, the father of the Revolutionary Guard

Ayatollah Mehdi Karroubi (Sheikh of Radical Reforms, Promoter of freedom of government from religion)

Mahmoud AhmadiNejad (incombent president, populist

Mir Hosein Mousavi (Prime Minister during Iran-Iraq War, Reformist front-runner, supported by intellectuals and previous presidents Hashemi and Khatami)


Gail said...

Hi Naj-

I SO enjoy your photos. They tell the story. These ring of freedom and pride, happiness and progress.

Hope all is ell with you and yours.

Love to you

David said...

Hello Naj,

I would like to wish you and all Iranians a good election day. I hope the voting will go smoothly. I also hope that good things will follow that will bring better relations between Iran and the rest of the world.

Naj said...

So far it has been amazing!
people really disagree, and protest side by side, chant slogans side by side, make fun of eachother's candidates in eachother's face, but no violence, nothing bad to report. My sister was saying that last time, there were so many stabbed people in the emergency ward of the hospital where she worked! And things are really in control!

Whoever wins, Iran has won. I am just happy, I will go vote today! This has been a great leap in Iran's history, no matter what the outcome!

A few more hours!

I just love it!

Anonymous said...

I would like to wish the woman of Iran the freedom that I wish for the ancient Iranian Zoroastrians the freedom to express there religion. As a country go back to your Persian roots of Peace. The sun shines on all as long as we put ourselves in the Light.
Best Wishes for Peace Profound,
Michael E. Conlin