An interesting speculation concerning some poor nebbish that got assassinated in Iran by an unknown subject: Was he a top nuclear man or a file room clerk?
According to the wife, yes, her man had mighty hotness. Wife: Slain Nuclear Scientist’s Goal Was "Annihilation of Israel"
But a discerning eye will detect the likeness of her Mostafa to Rage Boy over in Pakistan:
Twins separated at birth?
That being the case, maybe the geniuses in Tehran posthumously elevated this nudnik from file clerk to Enrico Fermi, Jr. for more efficient manufacture of propaganda if not HEU. Just a theory.
It has been interesting the past year, trying to figure out what the heck is going on in Iran vis-a-vis Osama bin Laden and al Quaeda. The Iran election crisis a year ago brought the attention of many eyes to Iran in a new way, so it might be that the walk to freedom in Iran will also work out eventually to the capture of a major criminal terrorist.
Read more: Obama’s Known of Al-Qaeda Ties with Iran for a Year, but Still No Action
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Michael Ledeen links to a YouTube of Iran government coverup of freedom activists death, and he reports two valuable pieces of information on freedom in Iran, viz.
The Death Spiral of the Islamic Republic II
Supreme Leader Khamenei has received secret messages from Grand Ayatollah Sistani in Najaf, Iraq, criticizing the bloodthirsty behavior of Khamenei’s people…
"Mistakes have been made, laws have been violated and crimes have been committed. The perpetrators have to be treated with a hard fist…"
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Both of these items seem important for freedom in Iran.
- Khameini makes public admission of mistakes.
- Ali al-Sistani communicates to Khameini secretly, as reported by an Iranian in the West;
Cf., earlier blurbs on al Sistani
- June 17, Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani says… what?
- June 23, Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani on the move?
But we still have not completely identified the leadership of the freedom movement, other than maybe Mousavi. Ledeen has his eye on this last question. Good.
Haniff Mazroee of Norooz website:
security in Jamaran is unbelieveble – hundreds of Baseej guarding Khamenei #Iranelection
Satellite photo and map of Jamaran district, Tehran.