It is now fairly clear that the fair and free election in Iran has been nothing of the sort. With the usual characteristics of such a travesty, such as suspension of cyber communications, incredibly "high" turn outs, bannings of the opposition and a lack of independent verification. The opponents of the man in a dinner jacket are crying "fraud".
Perhaps Shahid "Two Wreaths" Malik would like to comment on whether this turn of events represented
"religious and cultural norms in the Muslim community"
Given the fact that most of the vote rigging scandals in this country have been perpetrated by others of the Muslim faith, I am tempted to suggest it does.