Monday, May 22, 2006

Again, Never Again

Recently I wrote a post, stemming from an article in the National Post, about a law passed in Iran that required Jews, Christians, and Zoroastrians to wear badges. The veracity of the story was subsequently questioned, and the National Post ran a muddled retraction.

Now, Amir Taheri, who had helped to fuel the story's importance, has written further about this law. It appears that the fog of the Iranian legislative process has confused many in the media, as the law, whose current status is detailed in Mr. Taheri's response, appears to be on its way to becoming a reality.

Once again, for those who missed it the first few thousand times, this is the kind of thing they were talking about when they said "Never Again".

Via this post at Power Line.

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