November 6, 2012

Iran's Fake Anger

Ali Alfoneh, The Commentator

AP Photo

An angry cleric addressing the assembly of prayers at the Tehran University compound slams the United States backed ousting of Prime Minister Mohammad Mosaddegh’s government in 1953.

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