The article reports:
Security Council members are divided on the matter with several powers calling for non-interference with what they see as an internal Iranian issue.
U.S. policymakers have shown rare unity on the matter with hawks among both the Democrats and mainstream Republicans embracing the Iranian protest movement.
However, while the Washington establishment is favoring the regime change strategy, it has shown little concern with the loss of human lives in Iran.
Experts don’t expect Friday’s U.N. Security Council meeting to produce major results as its permanent members are concerned with either supporting the Islamic revolution or changing the regime, rather than the well-being of the Iranian people.
One of the problems with asking the United Nations for help for the Iranian people is the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), a 57-member group with 56 members also being voting members of the United Nations. The organisation states that it is “the collective voice of the Muslim world” and works to “safeguard and protect the interests of the Muslim world in the spirit of promoting international peace and harmony.” The OIC supports Sharia Law and would very much be in agreement with the mullahs rather than the people of Iran.
It would be very surprising to see anything come out of the United Nations in support of the Iranian people demonstrating for freedom.