Feb. 19, 2016
Iran’s Revolutionary Grandchildren – Robin Wright (New Yorker)
When the revolutionary leader Ayatollah Khomeini died in 1989, he left behind fifteen grandchildren.
All the Khomeini grandkids (eight males and seven females) are committed reformers pushing for Iran to open up at home – politically, economically, and socially.
In public letters and interviews, seven have challenged the theocracy’s political rules and rigid social strictures.
(To see the whole article, click on the title…Ed.)