Iran's supreme Muslim ruler gave a long winded speech and declared the election over.
1Praise is befitting you, god, in Zion; and to you, the vow will be performed;
2hear my prayer; to you, all flesh will come.
3The words of the wicked have prevailed against me; as for our transgressions, you will purge them.
4Blessed is the man in whom you are pleased, whom you cause to approach you, that he may live in your courts and be satisfied with the goodness of your house, even of your holy house.
5From the majesty of your righteousness answer us, god of our salvation, who is the confidence of all the ends of the land, and of the peoples who are far away,
6who set fast the mountains by his strength, and is mighty in his power;
7he stills the tempest of the seas and the roar of their waves. The peoples will be troubled.
8The inhabitants of the land will tremble at your wonders, from the coming of morning to the evening.
9With glory, you visited the land and watered it; you have blessed it with peace and have greatly enriched it with the river of god, which is full of water; you have prepared food when you have established it.
10You have watered its fallowed ground; to bring forth fruits, you have sprinkled its growth with showers and blessed it.
11You crown the year with your goodness; and the calves have rich pasture.
12They will be filled with the pastures of the wilderness, and the hills will be surrounded with glory.
13The pastures will be covered with fattening sheep, the valleys will be clothed with wheat; they will rejoice, yes, they will sing.
The theoretical time for this Psalm is a little after 10:00 AM local time in Tehran. The world has been watching for a week since a heavily disputed election across Iran erupted in violence. The dispute is between the established dictatorship and teaming masses calling for various civil rights including the rights of women.
Khamenei, the supreme religious leader in Iran, gave a speech during Friday Prayers on June 19, 2009. In the speech he called the election 1 week before valid, and warned protesters not to march the following day, Saturday, June 20, 2009.
That this Psalm should fulfill during a prayer time is suggested by the words of verse 2.
What remains to discern is who's side the Psalmist is addressing. Either the established religious leaders, or the crowds yearning to be free.
At the time of the fulfillment for this Psalm, the prevailing party is the 30 year old Islamic republic, and not the people. The Psalm suggests the people will eventually be liberated, though their troubles are suggested in verse 7.