This is all over the web, but that's no excuse not to include it here...the original, as far as I can tell, came from kheirkhah.ir, which in turn apparently took it from a Farsi-language newspaper.
Can bad Photoshop be a sign of moral turpitude? Ahmadinejad was apparently "chosen" to win the "democratic" election by the Ayatollah who functions as the "Supreme Ruler" of Iran—whose minions, in this case, are not above not-so-subtly enhancing the approved selection's crowd support. Worse, reports are filtering out of Iran that this "Supreme Ruler"—who is, remember, a religious leader—is considering the use of massive violence to put down the street protests.
That has to be the most disgusting thing I've heard in a long time—and it's had lots of competition.
Various and sundry American Christian leaders periodically disgrace themselves with hypocrisy and bad behavior (a spectacle I confess I find intermittently entertaining, in the aggregate although certainly not in all particulars), but at least they're not in any position to order the wholesale slaughter of their own flocks.
For a bracingly balancing view of Iran and its people, I recommend Rick Steves' "Iran: Yesterday and Today." It's not the whole story either (being sanitized and Iranian-government-approved, as Rick explains)—it's just a side we see less often.
(Thanks to numerous tipsters)