Iranians criticise Dinnerjacket

From the department of Iran-is-obviously-not-Nazi-Germany:
In a rare attack on Iran's president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, a hardline newspaper has accused him of behaving immorally towards his political rivals.

The Islamic Republic daily, close to Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, has said Mr Ahmadinejad's behaviour is dangerous for Iran.

The publication is seen as a newspaper with impeccable Islamic credentials.

The attack would be difficult to imagine without at least tacit support from Ayatollah Khamenei.

In a hard-hitting editorial on Wednesday, the Tehran paper said the president's treatment of his critics was immoral, illogical and illegal.
Since many anti-Ahmadinehad people somehow think the guy is your standard dictator who has an iron-fisted control over his country, this news dispels this idea. Remember, this is a hard-line Islamic newspaper saying this.

More evidence, if any was needed, that Iran is not a threat to us, and doesn't want to be.

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