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From a Blog Iran email:
If you are a blogger who supports the Iranian people in their struggle for freedom, then you've come to the right place. To participate in this challenge, which will run from June 5th - July 9th (18tir), all you need is a blog and the desire to unite with thousands of other bloggers from around the world, who all believe in the Iranian people's right to be free from the tyrannical hell that is currently imposed upon them. Your objective, as a blogger, is to try and recruit as many fellow bloggers as you can, to join the 'BLOG-IRAN' Coalition. If you aren't currently a member of 'BLOG-IRAN', don't worry, you can join the coalition right now, and begin competing in this challenge immediately. Recruit your friends, family or even your noisy nextdoor neighbors! As long as they blog and they support the Iranian people in their struggle, then they meet the requirements for 'BLOG-IRAN' membership and can begin competing in the challenge. Every time a blogger you've referred joins the 'BLOG-IRAN' Coalition, you get 1 point. Throughout the challenge you will be able to view the current scores set by yourself and other bloggers. On July 9th, the competition will end, and the top 10 bloggers who have tallied the most recruits will receive 'GotAMullah' Coffee Mugs, 'Free Iran' Bumper Stickers and will be permanently placed at the top of the 'United Blogs Directory!
I really don't want to win anything, I just want everyone to click on this link daily and keep updated on what is going on in Iran. For instance, this week they are "hiring" potential suicide bombers. Also, read Michael Ledeen regularly. While the mullahs recruit a death squad, I'll do my best to help freedom-loving Iranians recruit Blog Iran coalition members. Go here to join Blog Iran.


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I joined the challenge on Sunday. It will be hard to compete with you, but I am happy to spread the word about the situation in Iran on (at least) a weekly basis.

It's time to kick out the mullahs! The world will be a safer place after the HQ of terrorism is eliminated...