Belle of Writes writes:
"It may be too late, but what I hope for is a beginning for reconciliation in Iran. That has to begin with Khamenei. As an arbiter, Khamenei has the power to address people's grievances and institute changes in laws impacting civil liberties -everything from free speech to the archaic dress code.
I also hope for international help. I think the international community is the greatest agent of positive change within Iran, but not in the meddling sense of isolating the country and feeding the opposition groups. Iranians have been cornered, crippled, and threatened with war and economic sanctions for too long. What helps the people of Iran is not more of the same but opening channels of communications for cultural and economic exchange with the rest of the world."