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  • Khatami is a "moderate" in the same way Trontsky might have been considered moderate compared to Stalin, but that's about it.

    Daimnation!: Are we afraid of the Iranians?

  • If despite all these things, they still dare to call this guy a (neo) conservative, then what can one label Khatami and Rafsanjani?

    Editor: Myself (English)

  • In an exclusive interview with NEWSWEEK this week, Karrubi called Khatami a weak politician and said his allies were extremists "who questioned the Islamic component of the Islamic Republic."

    Fighting for Moderation

  • Conservatives recall Khatami's presidency as the most sustained assault on their ideology and privileges since the republic's inception; they don't want it repeated.


  • Fatemeh Haghighatjou: I am worried and my main concern is Khatami's weakness, which can be also described as Khatami's Achilles 'heel.

    Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty

  • Kayhan and close to Khamenei, has called Khatami's demand treasonous, and said that Khatami is acting on the guidance of American researcher Michael Ledeen and the CIA.

    Memri Latest Blogs

  • The sharp attack by Gen. Mohammad Ali Jafari effectively labels Khatami and others as potential foes of the ruling system and could place them at higher risk of being directly punished by hard-line authorities, which would be a major escalation of the postelection confrontation.


  • Farzande Zagros (means child of Zagros) writes [fa] about Rezai's speech on his intention to form a coalition government and collaborate with Iranian former presidents such as Khatami and Rafsanjani.

    Global Voices in English » Iran: In presidential race, ex-revolutionary guard leader uses internet least

  • While some are too radical or violent to engage, the more dangerous are those such as Khatami, who have mastered the art of public relations.

    Writings from the Middle East Forum and Middle East Quarterly.

  • Notably, they have been known to sweep into power relatively unknown candidates, such as Khatami in 2001 and Ahmadinejad in 2005.

    Al-Ahram Weekly Online


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