Ahmadinejad Feels Economic Heat
Here is my piece at IPS (Inter Press Service):
"Iranians all over the world have expressed their objection to any kind of military attack on Iran; the greatest fear is that if the U.S. attacks Iran, the hardliners will have even more ammunition to suppress their critics and opponents.
If the U.S. attacks Iran, the government will almost certainly seize the opportunity to rally the Iranian people behind the flag and crush the remnants of Iran's civil society. With the U.S. more unpopular than ever in the Middle East, and especially in Iran -- where the Central Intelligence Agency instigated a coup against the country's most popular government in 1953 -- together with major failures in Iraq and Afghanistan, many believe that military force would only strangle democracy in a society that is already transforming. "
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