Discord between Khomeini and Ahmadinejad may lead to revolution: Sometimes even the intestine and the stomach disagree

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on May 2, 2011 1 Comment

President Ahmadinejad has not been seen in public for almost a week. Ahmadinejad has chosen to boycott his official duties in protest over his disagreement with the Iranian supreme leader, Ayatolah Khomeini. A few weeks ago, Ahmadinejad pushed out his Intelligence Minister. Then, the supreme leader reinstalled him back in his position.

The “street radios” all over Iran are spreading all sorts of rumors. For the reformists in Iran, this power struggle is a golden opportunity for a change in Iran. The momentum of change in the Arab world is certainly inspiring the people of Iran for a change of regime. No dictatorship lasts forever. Who could believe that Syria would be in such turmoil?

It is known that Ayatolah Khomeini is the most powerful man in Iran, but the discord with Ahmadinejad may lead to a revolution in Iran. As the Bedouin of Egypt say, “Sometimes even the intestine and the stomach disagree.”


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