If you listen to or watch right-wing media, you will no doubt have heard numerous calls for a military attack on Iran. The neo-con right has been pushing for a war in Iran since, at least, 2005. This, of course, would be a disaster; and another extremely costly, long military occupation that would cost thousands of lives and billions of dollars.
One of the talking points about attacking Iran comes in the form of saying that if the US bombs Iran, the people will be supportive and join in the fight against the current regime. Most experts disagree.
Either way, the R&R Gallery in Los Angeles currently has a display on Iran called Before the Chador. It features personal photos from an Iranian family from before the Islamic Revolution in 1979. Check out the photos here, and tell me how different these folks are from Americans. Then ask yourself if a foreign invader bombed your hometown, would you join sides with them?
(h/t Daily Dish)