In Iran's Election, it's Zahra's Time

by Chris Lombardi


As the votes in Iran's presidential election are counted, many have been mesmerized by this week's vivid campaign rallies, full boisterousness and youthful energy. But it hasn't all been about former prime minister Mira Mousavi, who hopes to unseat Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Many of those dancing in the street were there as much to see Mousavi's wife, 62-year old Zahra Rahvanard.


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