In the war room of the Islamic Iran Participation Front, Mohammed Reza Tahmohsebi shuffled the pieces of a Tehran city map that he had cut up, neighborhood by neighborhood, to fine tune his group’s battle plan:
One bus per district, five volunteers per bus, all armed with campaign fliers he hopes will tilt local elections on Friday � the first since Iran’s 1979 Islamic revolution � in favor of his party’s candidates, and therefore in favor of the country’s reformist president, Mohammed Khatemi.
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