by Armin Baldwin
All revolutions- including the 1979 Iranian Revolution- are eventually removed by a counter-revolution, according to journalist Ghassan Charbel.
He wrote: “The Iranian revolution acts as if it is not similar to other revolts. It is delusional in believing that it does not adhere to the laws of revolutions. It wrongfully believes that it can erase the signs of its old age and the disappointment of those whom it promised paradise.”