Posts Tagged ‘Iran’

  • Where can Gaddafi go? Venezuela? Zimbabwe? Nicaragua?
    Where can Gaddafi go? Now see that he could head to Managua and hang out with Daniel Ortega who called him from Nicaragua to offer his support. that makes a real statement about the kind of country he must run. posted Feb 21: I don’t see any countries except North Korea and Zimbabwe to accept Muammar Gaddafi or his son Saif. I could add Iran to the special club who...
    by at February 21st, 2011 at 10:02 am
  • Bahrain is also fight between Sunni and Shi’a (Shiite)
    The struggle in Egypt was a unifying force. Egypt is predominantly Sunni. Coptic Christians are estimated to be about 25% of a population of 80+ million. Secular Egyptians and religious Egyptians joined hands to bring down Mubarak. In Bahrain, the ruling faction of royal family and police are Sunni. About 80% of the Bahraini population is Shi’a, which we call Shiite...
    by at February 18th, 2011 at 11:02 am
  • Journalists attacked thru-out Middle East
    According to CPJ (Committee to Protect Journalists), journalists have been obstructed, assaulted or detained in Libya, Bahrain, Iran and Yemen. That comes as no surprise. These are dangerous places to be for anyone and the sight of a camera must be like a red flag to the raging bulls of the regimes intent on staying in power. These countries are not democracies; they don’t...
    by at February 17th, 2011 at 11:02 am
  • Sandmonkey retweeting for Middle East revolutions
    Sandmonkey is carrying the torch for fellow democracy protesters in the hotbed of brewing revolutions in the Middle East: 2 hours ago: “Dear Iran, Algeria and Bahrain revolution tweets, please let me know who u r, so I can follow u and retweet u.” He got lots of replies:”Don’t forget Libya!!!” By the way – although I like Sandmonkey...
    by at February 16th, 2011 at 10:02 am