Last week, I attended the premiere of the film Iranium, a documentary about Iran’s Islamic regime and its apocalyptic intentions towards the United States, Israel, and the rest of the world, not to mention its own people.
Yet with the protests in Tahrir Square, Egypt was very much on the minds of those assembled. How could it not be? After all, the beginning of the film showed scenes from the demonstrations that gripped Tehran in early 1979. A critical mass of Iranian society, both secular and Islamic, joined forces to demand that Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, better known as the Shah, leave office. The protesters, of course, got their wish and ended up with a regime far worse than they could have possibly imagined. LINK HERE