November 14, 2011

Iranian Regime Is Proud of Its Nukes

Reuel Marc Gerecht, Weekly Standard

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Above all else, the supreme leader sees himself as the protector of the Islamic revolution. He is the Muslim paladin turning back the Westernization of his homeland and defying the West's great power, the United States. Uranium enrichment was and is an expression of Khamenei's and the Islamic Republic's religious virility.

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