"We're seeing a relapse into a time of history that was marked by...these sort of arcane perspectives on religion and religious leaders," Reverend Johnnie Moore said.
Robert Kocharian was taken into custody again and faces charges of illegally using military forces to squash post-election protests in 2008.
Tens of thousands protested the country's road safety standards for more than a week.
He wasn't marking off days on a dungeon wall.
"Iranian youth want happiness, want excitement, want love, and want to express it."
The spontaneous protests across Iran have taken traditional opposition by surprise.
The prince, first in line to succeed his father 81-year-old Salman Bin Abdulaziz, compared the regional violence in the Middle East with Europe during the Second World War.
Revolutionary Committee head Mohammad Ali al-Houthi welcomed Saudi princes and "any employee or person who feels targeted by the regime."
"We don't prosecute journalists for doing their jobs."
The account retweeted an anti-monarchy Shi'ite militant group several days after Bahraini security cracked down on prominent Shi'ite campaigners.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's crackdown on NGOs has drawn criticism from human rights groups.
The Netherlands drama is inspired by Erdogan's perpetual quest for enemies.
Two senior U.N. officials told Reuters the crisis is significantly worse than previously thought.
Lawmakers came to blows over constitutional changes that would allow Erdogan to rule until 2029.
Human rights groups said the army's actions could amount to crimes against humanity.
Authorities order the arrest of the editor and senior staff of the nation's leading opposition newspaper.
Opponents fear the president is eliminating all dissent in the wake of a failed coup attempt.