Opinion: Iran and U.S.: New hope?

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Iranian President-elect Hassan Rouhani waves at a news conference in Tehran on Monday, June 17. Rouhani, a cleric and moderate politician, took more than 50% of the vote after campaigning on a platform of "hope and prudence," appealing to both traditional conservatives and reform-minded voters.
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Gary

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Jun 18, 2013
 
New hope?

Not if John McCain and his Republican buddies can help it.
David

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Jun 19, 2013
 
Not with a conservative Ayatollah on top
Naiem

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Jun 19, 2013
 
Nope. Just a chance to breath for Iran. Not more.
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Jun 19, 2013
 
new, accidental Iranian president, please donīt make from Iran next Pakistan or Afghanistan or Iraq, donīt destroy this country.
Peace for all

Calgary, Canada

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Jun 19, 2013
 

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No matter what you say about the current regimes of Iran, they have saved the country to live more at peace and prevented it from turning into Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan type situation.Even Syria is having bloody taste of the evil now.

Seems the peace lovers have lost the respective of Al-Qaeda suicidal bombers financed by Saudis and Qataris and played on by CIA and its buddies in countries that do not surrender into their orbits.

Iran has been very strict and successful to keep that non-sense out of the country and you walk safe there.

PEACE FOR ALL ARE FOR PEACE, LOVE AND HAPPY LIFE FOR ALL OUR LOVABLE HUMANITY OF ALL NATIONS AND ALL PEOPLE OF ALL FAITHS, COLOUR SHADES.
valirie

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Jun 28, 2013
 

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Peace to all in Iran, I hope and pray that we can work out our problems. Good day to you all.
from the horses mouth

Buffalo, NY

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Speak to any "secular" Iranian in the U.S., and they will tell you the "elections" in Iran are a SHAM, and the President is "handpicked" by Ahmadinejad, and is just a "figure head" to give the impression of free elections, and "change" happening now in Iran...

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