A reader writes:
An indication of the Leveretts' bias is revealed in the very quote you cite: compare "Antigovernment Iranian Web sites claim there were 'tens of thousands' of Ashura protesters" with "one Web site that opposed President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s re-election in June estimated the crowds at one million people."
Why is "tens of thousands" in quotes while "one million" is not? Especially when there appears to be more than one site to support the former number, while only one to support the latter ("Web sites" vs. "one Web site").
Note, too, how they slip in that A'jad was "re-elected." Why one should take them seriously given their demonstrably erroneous post-election analysis is beyond me.