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Now Iran could be interesting

As polls closed four hours late Friday on Iran's most closely fought presidential election in the 26 years since the Islamic revolution, it appeared that none of the seven candidates would win a majority, resulting in an unprecedented run-off vote likely to pit pragmatic ex-President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani against reformist candidate Mostafa Moin.

It would be fascinating and very encouraging if the mullahs were challenged directly in a run off. At that point the boycott would be lifted and the more reformist elements would have a chance to express their determination to come back to the 21st century. No doubt a Moin win would be voided by the Council of Guardians - in which case get out the whistles and the banners - green for Islam!