The next regime in Iran


Dr. Zin, of Regime Change Iran, who has been a leading source of information on the Iranian opposition movement, is raising alarms over the support he sees from David Horowitz's Front Page Magazine for the MEK group of Iranian dissidents.

His arguments seem reasonable, and he does not wish to deny MEK a place at the table in post—revoltuionary Iran. But I am way out of my depth in discussing the elements of opposition to the Iranian regime. The regime must go, but the character of its replacement also matters, especially since Iran is a large country with legitimate aspirations to a major role in the region. It will also soon be a nuclear power, regardless of who rules.

Thomas Lifson  5 09 05