Khamenei's Advice to Mubarak

Mubarak: "How can I get out of this crisis?"
Khamenei: "It's easy... Give people their rights! That's what we do!"
Cartoon by Toufigh Aghili
01/29/2011 - 11:50


come on Toufigh

by Kooshan on

The most stupid cartoon you could've done!


This message has no roots in reality. Mullahs want egyptians to take over the government whole heartedly and you know it!


Things like this gives legitimacy to IRI.


Nice - Khamenei's next advice is....

by MM on

I hope that you have accumulated a lot of $$$ in the country you plan to hide in.  If just starting, do not put 2 billion dollars in a British bank under your son's name because it may get black-listed.  Look towards Lebanon, UAE, SE Asia and Syria.


I am actually a lot more optimistic about Iran's future...

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

Than Egypt's.

In Iran , unlike Egypt, any hopes in  "political Islam" as a viable Revolutionary, political or economic ideology capable of addressing even the basic needs of population  is fast vanishing. Further, it is becoming clear in the minds of even most gullible that the only way to overthrow the islamist regime is through a series of mass strikes, and ultimately a violent armed uprising. 

For all above we owe our thanks and gratitude to no other than khamenei and ahamdinezhad duoe!

"Personal business must yield to collective interest."


More Power to Seculars down w Barbaric Islamist/IRI Types

by IranFirst on

Reuters: London Egypt protest shows Islamist/secular split


    From Juan Cole

by vildemose on



From Juan Cole website.

Curt says: 01/29/2011 at 4:54 pm

I was just watching Russian Today and scrolling across the bottom of the page was a report that released Wikileakes documnets show that the US Government had been planning the overthrow of Mubarak. I do not believe this. Have you ever seen anything in Wikileaks that would support this accusation?
I wonder if why RT would report this when it is something that could be so easily checked on.

Juan says: 01/29/2011 at 5:11 pm

The wikileaks cable they are referring to just shows the US was in contact with young pro-democracy activists, not that they were actively trying to overthrow Mubarak; the cable gives the activists no chance of success.


This video is just amazing and big reason for hope

by Bavafa on

We are witnessing the beginning of the end, not only for Mubarak but for all dictators in ME. Even though one can argue that this wave began last year in Tehran but I sincerely hope that it returns back to Iran very soon and give the young and hopeful a boost in their moral to pick up where they left off last year.

May victory be on their side and freedom, independence and prosperity is brought to all ME nations.



Mubark Half sunk

by vildemose on

David ET


by David ET on


Another suggestion Khamenei can give Mobarak

by statira on

is to make  phony, lame leaders for the revolutionaries( like our Mousavi- Kaltoupi) to encourage people to stay home so not to get hurt and wont be any more blood shed, and when after everything came back to normal, government will start it's own blood shed.


Despots of the world unite

by divaneh on

Excellent. Best explanations of Iran's advice to Egypt. Apparently Saudi Arabia's king has also condemned the uprising in Egypt.