Monday, June 15, 2009
I don't pretend to be an expert on the governmental systems of foreign nations, but there is something happening in Iran that will define both the nation and the region for years and possibly decades to comes. All phone lines out of the nation's capital city, Tehran, have been severed. Internet use is being heavily monitored and followers of the reformist candidates are no longer sure what is real and what is a set-up by state officials.
I'm sitting in a library in Muncie, Indiana, so I'm not exactly a credible source on what's happening on the streets of Tehran, but I'll conclude with a few links that have information about the events occurring in Tehran.
Feel free to add anything else in the comments section.