A short midlevel cleric, with a neat white beard and a clergyman’s calm bearing, Mehdi Karroubi has watched from his home in Tehran in recent months as his aides have been arrested, his offices raided, his newspaper shut down. He himself has been threatened with arrest and, indirectly, the death penalty.
His response: bring it on.Once a second-tier opposition figure operating in the shadow of Mir Hussein Moussavi, his fellow challenger in Iran’s discredited presidential election in June, Mr. Karroubi has emerged in recent months as the last and most defiant opponent of the country’s leadership.
I THINK THAT IF THE REBELLION SUCCEEDS THAT KARROUBI WILL BECOME THE NEW "SUPREME LEADER" AND MAKE IT A POSITION WHICH IS ADVISORY RATHER THAN DICTATORIAL.
WE POSTED ON HIM MONTHS AGO. HERE'S ONE OF HIS CAMPAIGN VIDEO'S: