Sunday, June 21, 2009

All we want is a better world!





Che Guevara in Tehran

The protests continue! chanting...
Natarsid! Natarsid! Mah hameh bah ham hastim!
Don't be scared! Don't be scared! We are all together!
and...
Marg bar Dictator! Death to Dictator!

>>>
Thousands of riot police lining Tehran streets Sunday; marches taking place, but no violence reported


>>>About 1000 Protesters are now in fornt of UN office, Shahrzad Bl, Tehran, People trying to pass Police Blocking

>>>Labour activists,Human rights org & some political & civil activists in Kordestan asked for public strike Tuesday!

>>>Some Protesters gathering near Baharstan SQ, Central Tehran

>>>Severe physical conflict in the south of tehran Fallah Street mobilizing and special unit

>>>Fereidoun Road in the north and Amol is still blocked by the people

>>> Severe beating of the mobilization system in tehranpars and nezamabad

>>>The movement of a large group of people in eslamshahr towards tehran is taking place, and there are severe conflicts in the south of tehran

>>>Severe confilict in nezam abad, sattarkhan, and amirabad. tehran pars is the main place with severe conflicts. tehran pars, second rounabout of nezam abad, sattarkhan domitary, and the club tee tehran villa sattar khan and also shahre ara.

>>>The second roundabout of tehranpars is extremely busy with conflicts.

>>>
Clashes around UN office in Tehran, It said more than 50,000 ppl stoping by Police blockages near Forsat Shirazi St.

>>>People holding lit candles in Hafte Tir Sq. have been attacked by anti-riot police
>>>People Gathering in Gisha St, sitting on Street

>>>Sporadic clashes are reported from Baharestan, Enqelab, Vanak and Vali-Asr squares

>>>Anti-Riots P. Bassij, Hezbollah and Some Army Forces at Azadi St.

>>>About 10,000 ppl Siting on Street at Gisha St. (North Tehran) No Police till now!

>>>Another Girl, about 23 yrs. Died at Khomeini Hospital, she was shoted last night near Azadi St.

>>> 23 journalists and bloggers have been arrested in Iran. Many others missing

>>>Roohollah shahvadar in mashhad, mashallah heydarzadeh, hamideh mahvarzi, amanollah shonaji hossein shokoohi in booshehr, and mojataba poor hossein in rasht are the journalists who have been arrested.

>>>Crackdown on Journalists: Two more journalists Behzad Bashou, Seyyed Khalil Mir-Ashrafi are among those arrested

>>>Heavy Clashes at Tehran Pars Era Right Now, Protesters Making Fire on the Streets

>>>No Mobile Network around UN office in North Tehran

>>>Widespread clashes in the cities saqz, marivan, kermanshah, and sanandaj are taking place and the sound of gun fire can easily be heard.

>>>Shy ahmadinejad(says): the wide gathering of people for last weeks elections has challenged the fake democracy of the west and showed that the true democracy is only realized in religioun and schools

>>>Ahmad khatami addressed mousavis supporters by saying, you can not have your say or get what your fighting for by going going out and shouting on streets. this way you will most definitly burry the wish of revoke of the elections!

>>>"Death to the Dictator" Over Tehran, People Chanting over the roofs, Now!

>>>
Police Annonced: 475 Arrested, 150 Injued and 11 people Killed from Yesterday!

>>>
3 people killed in Mashhad over the last few days

>>>
On the ninth day of the Iranian people’s nationwide uprising on Sunday, a large number of youths came out onto the streets, chanting “Death to the dictator” and “Death to Khamenei” as they clashed with suppressive forces in Forsat Shirazi Street. The protest took place despite the barbaric suppression on Saturday.


>>>More than 200 family members of those arrested during yesterday's protests have gathered at the Ministry of Information and Security and are demanding the release of their loved ones. They have been told to go to Evin Prison and have been refused any information about the whereabouts of the detainees.

The names of those arrested include: Shahin Asgharie, 19, on Tohid Street, Peyman Kohandani, 21, at Azadi Square , Mohamad Bayat, 29, at Azadi Square , Mohamad Yadolahhi, 31, on Jomhoori Street, Ebrahim Behroozniya, 29, on Roodaki Street, Borzo Parvaresh at Azadi Square.
More than 300 people were arrested yesterday, 20 June 2009, during mass demonstrations in Tehran.


>>>More than 4,000 students and youths in Shiraz on Sunday afternoon protested in Daneshjoo (Elm) Junction and Namazi and Chamran streets. They resisted attacks that ensued by suppressive forces.

People and suppressive forces also clashed in other parts of Shiraz, including Afif-Abad and Motehari.

In Shahcheragh people protested and chanted “Death to the dictator” and “I will kill those who killed my brother”.

Chants by protestors and gun-fire can be heard and pepper spray smoke can be seen in many parts of the city

In Mashhad, on Sunday morning, protestors clashed with suppressive forces and special anti riot forces in Rahnamaii Junction, Taqi-Abad Square and Ahmad-Abad Street. They were protesting against the brutal crackdown that took place on Saturday. Suppressive forces attacked the protestors using water cannons, with high-pressured hot water, and truncheons, injuring a number of people.


>>>Residents in west Tehran gathered in various streets, including Salsebil, Jayhoun and Karoon streets, and small groups of 10 clashed with agents of the regime. They set items on fire to prevent the Revolutionary Guards from entering streets and alleys.

Large numbers of people protested in Mollah-Sadra and Sattar-Khan streets, chanting “Death to the dictator” and “Death to Khamenei”. They resisted attacks by suppressive forces.

At 17.30 local time, suppressive forces violently attacked people in Qasr-al-Dasht and Afsarieh districts of Tehran.


>>>A group of university students, wearing symbolic death gowns, gathered outside Tehran University on Sunday. Suppressive forces attacked them ruthlessly. The students dispersed into side roads in order to reach the main gathering point in Enghelab Square.

At 16.00 local time, people gathered in the vicinity of Vanak Square, 7-Tir-Fatemi-Enghelab. The regime sent helicopters over the city center to locate gatherings.

A number of young people have gathered in Sadeghiyeh Square of Ariyashar in Tehran, and the crowd is constantly getting bigger.

Since 16.00 mobile phone service has been cut off in a large section of Tehran, to a point where it has become difficult for people to contact each other inside the capital.

Anti-riot forces have surrounded the area between Azadi Square and Enghelab Square and have significantly tightened security. The security forces do not allow pedestrians in this region, in particular in Enghelab Square, to stop for even one minute.

In Shiraz, thousands of people have gathered since the morning in various parts of the city including in streets leading to Falakeh Daneshjoo, Alam Square, Saadi Avenue, and Chamran Blvd. They have gathered in groups of 200 and are engaged in hit and run clashes with anti-riot forces. The regime's agents opened fire on people, wounding many. The clashes continue to take place.


Tehran ,today 21 june
Forsat shirazi ST.

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Tehran, june 21, People are making barricades in the street!!


video
Today,tehran!
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147 comments:

Anonymous said...

Many thanks for your information flow from inside Iran. I as many other international groups are watching you carefully. Keep Up With the Good Work!!
We are all behind you!

Anonymous said...

Please keep continue updating, Not so far Son will smile at us

Anonymous said...

Please keep us informed. Thank you for Good job. God bless you. Proud to be an Iranian.

Guy said...

You've been doing such a great job! thank you and well done! keep it up. Out of interest, can you translate what is being chanted?

Anonymous said...

Nice to know, that you are not arested !
Whats new ?
I hear about first strikes ! (e.g. IKCO)

And thank you very much for informations !!!

Ahura Mazda is blessing you !

Anonymous said...

ahura mazda? do we need all that? people are beyond that. we dont need new icons to worship.

Anonymous said...

They say, "Have no fear, we are all together", and then "Down with dictator".

Anonymous said...

Translation:
Don't be afraid, don't be afraid, we are all together!

Anonymous said...

You are so important. I get news from you living in sweden and sms them to Tehran.
Thank you brave people.

Adam said...

please look at the name below video and erase it

Adam said...

please look at the name below video and erase it

Anonymous said...

stay safe and keep getting the word out. You are very brave.

Anonymous said...

dude, its him self! the blogger!

Anonymous said...

We are all wit you.
It's up to you to bring change in Iran.
Germany's free people are behind you.
Allah akbar.

Jerry said...

Thanks for the video. Is this really today? First I've heard of a march today - great news.

Anonymous said...

SMS won't work in Iran, use other ways like messenger or email.

MikeD said...

good to see you back Sayeed. Was getting slightly worried. Thank you so much for what you're doing to keep us all informed. Please be safe and realize your contributions are valuable. If you set up a Paypal link (don't know whether this will work in Iran), I'll be glad to donate some money, if you need, for your operations or for you to use to support others.

Anonymous said...

I am sitting here miles miles far away from my homeland and look at this page and pray. After we win you are the first one I want to meet and shake your hand. Thank you for the job you are doing. i sent your link to all my friends.

Anonymous said...

The bleeding people is still fighting, so nice to know !!!

Parisa said...

Are you sure this is from today? Im happy if it is, but i just want to know the truth!

Sylvain. France said...

Incredibly brave people !

Anonymous said...

an interesting and serious article:
Iranian Elections: The ‘Stolen Elections’ Hoax
by Prof. James Petras

Anonymous said...

these are hardened people. these people survived a revolution, an all out war and 30 years of oppression. do you expect anything else from them? i shudder at the thought that America once was beginning to consider war with these guys!

Anonymous said...

This is impressive, I salute Your courage and faith!
I'm with You with all my heart!

Anonymous said...

Is this happening now? because I heard there will be no massive rally today!

Anonymous said...

Long live Freedom

Anonymous said...

The world stands with you? Freedom for all. Be safe?

Hannah said...

Thank you very much for all the information you give us! I am reading your blog constantly because our journalists are not allowed to speak with our tv and newspapers, as you all know! I am German and we Germans support you! Right now we have a big demonstration in our caital Berlin to show our support for you!

Udo said...

Today, I am Iranian! All the best and necessary strength from Germany!

Jerry said...

Heard there's a bomb gone off at Talaghani street metro station. The regime is going to try & discredit the resistance more. Stay strong!

jerry
lunabaas.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

CNN just confirmed. This video is from today.

Anonymous said...

Fucking amazing to hear our brethren not giving up and continuing chanting like this! Feel the true wrath of people who have been suppressed for so long motherfuckers!

Ole said...

Thank you for being so brave. The world is following your struggle and praying for a peaceful outcome.

MLD said...

mer30 az video

Anonymous said...

Thank you for information flow. Please please continue. It is keeping us who are outside the country informed and we send back the information to Iran. Please be safe! All the best.

Anonymous said...

video is from today...see the sand they spill on the street to slow down the basijis and police? they only started doing this yesterday

Anonymous said...

Sir,

I was wondering what you make of this article?

http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=14018

Any views on it?

teacher said...

with best regard to all Iranian.

Anonymous said...

What a breath-taking video. It brings tears to my eyes. So many people wanting to break free from tyranny and to have their voices heard. It is shocking how the 'Supreme Leader' is sending his goon squad, to attack and arrest innocent civilians.

Thank you for your updates. This is the only way to know fully what is happening.

Best of luck to the Iranians!

Anonymous said...

Pleas continue reporting!
And: Could somebody probably translate, what is being shouted / said? thx

Anonymous said...

Shame on you all. You are destroying ur own country. I see u like to be like Iraq where everyday people day, everyday bombs explode, where poeple are not safe.

Anonymous said...

We fallow from Hungary, keep your faith, you'll get to sucsess! U r the bravest!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for sharing all this!!!
Keep it going! We are very proud of you!!!

Anonymous said...

Tazahorat dar Iran az tarafe meidon Vanak va meidon Tajrish be samte seda o sima Tehran. Golkarie dore jamejam min kashte shode. Be hame dar Iran khabar bedin

Anonymous said...

any news?

Anonymous said...

WOW...What a unity, what a solidarity among my broth & sis. I can't stop my tears form falling down.I am truly proud of alllllll the Iranian youth. Amazing. Amazing.
Keep up the excellent work.

Anonymous said...


the people are saying,

"God is the greatest"
"we are all one, we are all together"
"death to the dictator"


iam not sure if the this video is from today (21 june 2009)

can someone confirm that, who recorded this one?

Anonymous said...

I'm glad you're safe. Please know that many across the world support you - it is tremendous to see such strength and belief in the power of the people, even against steep odds.

-Friend in Holland.

Sorush said...

Thanks for the updates : its so important that we know whats happening
we are all behind you
kheyli moteshaker, Saeed jân

Anonymous said...

O.K. So at what point does, Nockmood Amadeedeejod say, OMG! "the people ar marching up and down the streets.

"I'd better give up."

Anonymous said...

damet garm hamshahri

Anonymous said...

I wear green in Canada, and pray for you all. God protect you.

Anonymous said...

I am from Czech rep., I support you !

Please, extend this link:
http://gr88.tumblr.com/

Anonymous said...

http://www.swedishtv.se

latest video update from Iran

Dallas Texas said...

Stay safe. Our love surrounds you.

Anonymous said...

Ok .. to those who are against this shut up, you do not live there and you dont know what this means to them, they are fighting for their freedom and their own rights. They are shedding blood for their country. So if you don't know anything about this situation, don't waste your time making stupid comments.

Anonymous said...

Our brothers and sisters you are the bravest people.. Its a sham I can't b there with u guys to kick these mother fuckers outa the country but our hearts and thoughts are with u. Pls check out this link to youtube. this is also todays video and also a big thanks to Saeed for all your reports. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4T4uPUiBD9k

Zendeh bad iran
Poria

Anonymous said...

about the date of the videos: add a newspaper of the day in the videos you make - no more contestation of the day possible

Anonymous said...

I'm an American and I know America has not always lived up to its own ideals and has certainly meddled in Iran's affairs, so I have no advice or desire to tell anyone what to do, but about all I can say is wow.

The courage being displayed by the people of Iran as they stand up and fight injustice is almost beyond words. While there is much ugliness coming out of these recent events, the beauty of the human spirit is also being displayed and it's wearing green. I hope the will of the people prevails. Allahu Akbar

Anonymous said...

With you all with all my heart!
keep up the fight!
from France

Justrand said...

prayers and support for the brave Iranian people are swelling across America (soon the White House may even notice!)

God bless you all! Stay safe...but don't stop! the path back would be as bloody as the path forward...or even more so.

Anonymous said...

Saeed,
Keep the faith. Perseverance will lead to triumph!!! You, too, will have all the freedom that Americans and other democratic societies off when you emerge from the horrible events that are taking place now.

Anonymous said...

thank you so much. i don't know how i could go through yesterday without your website this far from home. I pray for your safety. I know it is so difficult and it is scary to do what you are doing. I want you to know that the WHOLE WORLD is thanking you and watching your blog. we share the news from here. we love you. stay safe.

Anonymous said...

We support you!

Wish you all the best. Stay strong!

From Frankfurt/Germany

Anonymous said...

I would like to belive that this video is from today the 21th of june 2009,

unfurtunatly, I think that it is from few days ago,

Anonymous said...

are there an new news?

Anonymous said...

,Hi Saeed,

Do we have anymore reports coming from iran like yesterday.

Thanks

Anonymous said...

Keep the fight for freedom !!
Bring basili milice to jail for Neda!
From Canada

Dominique said...

I cannot help you but you are in my heart. Good luck (from France).

Anonymous said...

Brightest blessings on the Iranian people! We love and support you!

from: Biloxi, Mississippi

Anonymous said...

To all iranians, people all over the world are behind u even if their governments are not!!!

keep on fighting!! Freedom is knocking at irans door!!

God bless u

Anonymous said...

the video is from today. wait and see the results of today protests by nightfall iran time.

Anonymous said...

DO NOT back down from the government...we in the U.S. are watching events unfold in Iran and are supporting those who want freedom from tyranny wholeheartedly. You have a God-given right to be free from oppression, repression, and have a right to fullfil your destinies as you see fit...not according to the dictates Ahmadinejad or Khamenei. The world is watching and we are praying for your triumph over the dictator and the corrupt regime! DO NOT GIVE IN-STAND STRONG & UNITED AGAINST THEM! Keep the information coming!

Anonymous said...

You shall overcome !

Anonymous said...

don't stop. you should receive a peace prize for your constant reporting, it is invaluable. this is a new world, and one where the people are armed with information far more potent than any bullets can be. don't ever stop. NO GODS, NO MASTERS, NORWAY IS BEHIND YOU. IRAN ENQELAB ASILE AZADI; THE WORLD WATCHES IN ADMIRATION. i can only hope that one day this kind of revolution can happen here.

Anonymous said...

God bless iranians.

Ed said...

I have been watching for weeks from my little town in the US. I bow in awe of your courage, hope for your success, and remember the spirit those who will speak no more.

Claudia said...

Thank you for posting this. Your courage is incredible and the whole world is watching Iran these days. Keep it up, stay safe!

Richard in Sweden said...

I am so impressed by the brave Iranian people. The whole world is on your side!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for reporting.

I have two proxy servers for your use. Please pass the URL to anybody that needs them.

http://www.wireanddata.com/cgi-bin/cgiproxy/nph-proxy.pl

and

https://flexo.routesys.com/~badassma/proxy/nph-proxy.pl

The world is behind you. Change will come.

Anonymous said...

Nem see's:

President John F Kennedy was Shot by the Affiliated Political religionists of Ayatolla Khamenei.

Today June 21st 2009 the Devil is coming to take him to Hell.

André R. said...

BRAZIL IS FOLLOWING YOUR BLOG. KEEP IN TOUCH!!! ANYTHING YOU MAY NEED FROM BRAZIL PUBLICITY I'LL TRY TO ARRANGE! I'LL PUBLISH YOUR BLOG INFORMATIVE WHEREVER I CAN! YOUR NOT ALONE! Peace

Anonymous said...

I Patrick from Belgium, 50 years old, and his friends are supporting totaly
the new Iranian revolution ! you are so brave ! the right, the justice, the truth is on your side, i hope you will win this terrible battle for freedom and respect of the human rights We are with you we are like you we are your brother and watching you every hours and days ! please WIN !

Anonymous said...

May God pretect you, may Justice triumph in this struggle.
We're all with you, all over the world.
A big hug and a wish: wear your wings to reach Freedom.
An almost sixty years old mother.

Anonymous said...

you're in my prays!

Anonymous said...

Ordinary people of Iran, we salute you. We await your readmission into the democratic family of the world.

uglyduckling said...

Americans are 100% behind you call for freedom from governmental oppression.

Please keep fighting, knowing that your country belongs to the people, not a self-appointed few zealots.

Read your countryman's great poetry, Omar Khayyam's Rubaiyat. His wisdom will provide you with spirit and determination.

Your friend,

Sylvia, from Massachusetts

Anonymous said...

I hope for you freedom.

Adriano, from Italy

Anonymous said...

oops, for your freedom

Anonymous said...

Return of the Shah.

Shah Ahmadinejad has taken the country by force.

Anonymous said...

We're following you and 100% behind you from Canada. To show our support for Iranians seeking freedom, we're having a huge rally at 2 pm EST at Queen's Park sqaure in downtown Toronto.

God bless you all Iranians.

Anonymous said...

GOD bless you guys.....




thank you, thank you, thank you

Anonymous said...

STRENGTH IN NUMBERS!

http://tinyurl.com/mhw5fv
(bbc.co.uk - video from Saturday 21 June rallies)

How stupid Ahmadinejad & Khamenei are to think they could betray the Iranian people. Have they forgotten 1979? The struggle for freedom goes on.

Brave Persian Warriors, the whole world is watching.

Australia is with you.

monica said...

i with alll i try ti put everything i find on my facebook home moniica italy

Giubo said...

Respect and support to all the Iranian people from Italy.

weatherhed said...

V for Vendetta!!!!

iko said...

We are watching you, we admire your bravery.
Never back down against despotism.
Don't let Neda's and all the others' death have been in vain.

We wish you all the best. Freedom!

Anonymous said...

Americans have great respect for your courage. We hope you will be safe and believe that you will ultimately be successful in winning freedom for all Iranians to choose their own destiny.

Anonymous said...



TO ALL COUNTRIES

CLOSE DOWN YOUR IRANIEN EMBASSY

DO NOT RECOGNISE THE GOVERNMENT





London

Anonymous said...

mersi az video ke bara ma zood mizarid to internet, bayad daste in adamaro mach kard ke injoori bara vataneshoon jooneshono midan...
Khake zire patoonam!

Hatman natijeye khobi khahim gereft!

Anonymous said...

God bless all iranian people!!!

Please try to continue your protest!

Today at 7pm rally in the heart of vienna against the repression of the iranian goverment.

Also Austria is with you!

My heart is with all iranian people who scream for freedom in these days!

Please stay safe!

PS: The embassies of Austria, Germany and Switzerland are open for wounded people.

Austria:

Bahonarstr., Moghaddasistr.,
Zamanistr., Mirvali 11, Teheran

Germany:

Avenue Ferdowsi 320 - 324
P.O.Box 11365 - 179
Teheran 11365

Switzerland:

Avenue Sharifimanesh
Yasaman Street No. 2
P.O.Box 19395 - 4683
Teheran 19395

Anonymous said...

Our young generation of Israelis are at awe for your noble courage and can't believe how they were misled by the official Iranian propaganda depicting Iranians as masses of submissive peasants.
As for me I lived to see in Tehran the revolution of 1979; I worked then with the parents of some of you freedom fighters, I honored them and I loved them for their natural humanism and idealism. Now I salute you their brave sons for regaining the dignity stolen from them. This is already YOUR vicotry.
Haim, from Haifa Israel.
gnity stolen from them.

Nawz said...

Love all of you, Support you & Pray for you!!!
Irianian-American Expat

Anonymous said...



PRESS TV IS THE GOVERNMENT'S TV STATION

DONT BELIEVE WHAT PRESS TV SAY'S


Leilaye Leili said...

mamnoon jAnam
You are doing great.
I just saw ur video for today and started crying.

TNX

Anonymous said...

Khamenei, you are no religious leader. You are a liar and hand servant of satan.

Jungle Jim said...

Che Guevara?

Guevara was to Cuba what Khameini and Ahmadinejad are to Iran.

Anonymous said...

please SMS to Iran behind the Internet Blocks


پراکسی سرور مکزیک:
این روش برای فیس بوک، بی بی سی (حتی تماشای آنلاین تلویزیون) و سی ان ان جواب میده و دیگر نیازی به بازکردن سایتهای فیلترشکن یا استفاده از برنامه های پراکسی مثل Freegate و Ultrasurf نداره:

برای Internet Explorer:
در اینترنت اکسپلورر کلیدهای alt+t را گرفته و از منوی tools باز شده، گزینه آخر یعنی internet options را انتخاب کنید. سپس به تب Connections بروید. در صورتی که از اینترنت dial-up استفاده می کنید و یا با یک connection به اینترنت متصل می شوید، روی نام connection خود کلیک کرده و دکمه settings را بزنید. در صفحه باز شده، گزینه Use a proxy... را انتخاب کرده و در قسمت آدرس این شماره را کپی کنید: 148.233.239.24 در قسمت port هم بنویسید 80. حالا همه پنجره ها را ok کنید تا بسته شوند. اینترنت اکسپلورر را ببندبد و باز کنید تا فیلتر شکسته شود. در صورتی که از ADSL به صورت شبکه (بدون کانکشن) استفاده می کنید، این تنظیمات را باید به جای کانکشن در LAN settings انجام دهید که در همان قسمت Connection قرار دارد.

برای Firefox:
برای وارد کردن تنظیمات در منوی Tools، گزینه Options را انتخاب کرده و به قسمت Advanced بروید. سپس در قسمت Network دکمه Settings را کلیک کنید و پس از انتخاب Manual proxy configuration، همان شماره ها را در قسمت HTTP Proxy و Port وارد کنید.

دیگر فیلترشکنها (لیست به روز می شود):
coverme.in

ASW said...

Ok, what is their aim? Do they want a new election? A recount? All will be corrupt? Do they want freedom? Then they WILL HAVE TO ORGANIZE AND TAKE OVER THE CITY. THAT IS THE ONLY WAY.... MORE MILITIA WILL BE THERE, POWER WILL BE CUT, RESOURCES LOW, AND DECISIONS MUST BE MADE. TIME

about thwllms said...

Thank you! Please keep it up!

Anonymous said...

Merci kheily mamnoon for your information.
In France, we have not much news. We are with you. Ma delemoon va fekremoon ba shomast. Be omid e piroozieh mellat va shekast e doshman.

Megan said...

May God bless and protect people of IRAN.
Here in the U.S., we hear your voices, we witness your struggle for your God given freedom and we support the proud and brave people of Iran. I joined people of Iran in denouncing the fascist Government of IRAN. Their tyranny has stained and scarred that beautiful land. Iranians are washing the stain of tyranny with their blood. Khamenei is the Supreme Fool (احمق). Amadenajad is God’s reject (اشغال). Hell is waiting for them.
Keep up the fight. Freedom has never been free (مجانى).

Megan

Anonymous said...

Incredible that you have to face killing and brutality to be heard.
When you win, sweep away the primitives,beards and old men who have invested in an idea that requires the sacrifice of youth.

Anonymous said...

hi souresh you are our sole reliable source of reports from within iran right now. we are sending your link & news out on as many group lists & chatboards as we can. Stay safe & hope you can keep reporting! the whole world is watching!

Anonymous said...

پیشنهاد برای ادامه مسالمت‌آمیز اعتراضات

هم اکنون در شرائطی هستیم که پس از بیش از یک هفته اعتراضات ممکن است که برخی‌ به دلیل خستگی‌ و یا ترس ناشی‌ از عواقب سخت ادامه اعتراضات به نوعی مایل با ادامهٔ آن با قدرت اولی‌ نباشند. در این شرایط است که فرسایش زیادی در تعداد معترضان ممکن است بوجود بیاید.

الان دقیقا باید هم مردم به حرکت خود ادامه بدهند و هم کمی‌ تجدید قوا کنند. پیشنهاد من این است که مثلا روز ۴شنبه را به عنوان روز "بیعت با رنگ سبز" معرفی‌ کنید تا مردم بصورت خانوادگی با دامن طبيعت بروند و به یاد کشته شدگان این روزها و برای پیروزی آرمان سبز خود، سبزه گر بزنند! این کار هم افراد را دچار دردسر نمیکند، هم تجدید پیمان با آرمانهای خود است و هم اینکه مردم را برای ادامه راه در کنار هم پر‌روحیه و مصمم می‌کند.

راستی‌ برای اینکه برای کارمندان و كسبه هم مشکلی‌ برای پیوستن به این برنامه نباشد برنامه را زودتر از ۴ عصر آغاز نکنید.

jurassicpork said...

It almost sounds as if they're yelling, "Anarchy, anarchy!"

Girl said...

Long live freedom <3

Anonymous said...

Wow, that is powerful video! Stay strong

diego neclord tomasoni said...

The whole of Italy is bounded to Iranian people! We are close to your souls guys!

Who die for democracy... will really never be forgotten!

Peace & democracy now.

Shadowy Lady said...

Saeed jan I hope you're ok. you haven't posted for a while :(

Anonymous said...

haven't you got a job?
Terrorists and criminals of Teheran

Anonymous said...

cannot understand why iranian women still wear those headscarfs. take them off as a sign of protest!

Anonymous said...

Saeed Khan,
Beautiful blog and extremely sad. The world is watching & praying for people of Iran & their struggle for democracy. Good luck and be safe…
Nawzanin in U.S.

Ben Z said...

to 1:01 am ("cannot understand why iranian women still wear those headscarfs. take them off as a sign of protest!")

because they look like killer ninjas when they're fighting in their chadors, of course!

Anonymous said...

Fuck Che. He was A-jad and Hugo Chavez prototype. Neda Lives.
Ya Ali Madad.

Anonymous said...

Mussolini=Hitler=Franco=Pinochet= Putin=Bush=Berlusconi=Amhadinejad=
ANIMALS!!!!

Anonymous said...

che was an murderer, so fuck che!

Anonymous said...

The whole world is with you. Run those bearded bastards out of town. Find isolated Pasdaran armories, take them, and when they send reinforcements, ambush them. If you can hang on for a few more days, the soldiers will come over to your side. Don't give up.

Anonymous said...

Neda Lives!

Anonymous said...

reports in the west that Hezbollah reinforcements have been sent to Iran, because Iranians are reluctant to fire on their own people. These arabs don't balk at killing children. Watch for them.

Anonymous said...

To the people of Iran continue to ask not only fought for their freedom but also the memory of all who have died during the thirty years that the regime in power. by these men, women and children crying justice from his tomb.

Marco said...

great job! Shooresh..
your blog is linked on web site of the main italian newspaper online:
http://www.repubblica.it/2009/06/sezioni/esteri/iran-5/iran-5/iran-5.html
GO ON AND ON IRAN!!

inspired american said...

You are my heros and inspiration. l am a lazy worthless american who has never thought much about my freedom until seeing the pictures and videos of all you brave men and women going into the streets unarmed, knowing that your opponents have guns and other weapons--it truly brings tears to my eyes. You are the most incredible people in the world. l wish l could be there by your sides, my brothers and sisters. l would at this moment gladly give my life to support your cause if there was some way that would help. All the free people of the world are watching you, staying up all night for reports of what is happening in your country. Keep fighting the good fight! The oppressors cannot resist your brave efforts forever! Oh, how l wish l could get into your country right now and be by your sides and march and sing with you. Your chanting throughout the night makes my heart weep with gladness! l find myself at times, as l watch your videos, quietly saying the words "Allahu Akhbar" in unison with your shouts. l am thinking of all of you every minute of every day. YOUR ACTIONS AND YOUR WORDS ARE INSPIRING EVERY PERSON IN THE ENTIRE WORLD!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE YOU ALL WITH ALL OF MY HEART FOR WHAT YOU ARE DOING. Don't give up until you get what you're fighting for. Alone we are weak, but together we are stronger than the bullets they shoot. Allahu Akbar!

Anonymous said...

Hi my friend,

tell the people they should only go out with the Quran!! Post that to everyone and to all blogs!

Anonymous said...

use this link for videofeed
http://persianq.com/

Anonymous said...

Neda has given a face to your cause. Fight for Neda! Fight for the freedom she would have had.

Anonymous said...

I wear green for you and constantly monitor Twitter, and now this blog. I am an American veteran from the Iraq war, and am very proud of the courage and pride the Iranians are showing in the face of your dictator. I pray for your victory, and will help in any way I can. Just put it out on Twitter, Facebook, or here. Allah Akhbar! Stay strong!

leftwrite said...

Thanks a lot for all the information from the frontlines of the revolution. The people of the world are with you for a secular and socialist Iran!

Hasta la Victoria Siempre, Companero! Hasta la Victoria...

Anonymous said...

hi guys,thanks for your information
we all support you.
fight for your freedom and for your right
revolution will be !!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Sisters and brothers of mine... all of our thoughts are with you: with your struggle, your courage and your clearness! Thank you for remembering to us whether to fight for an idea and for a best life is always necessary.
Hold on!!

Viviana from Italy

Anonymous said...

The women of Iran are indeed Lionesses (CNN).

Their bravery is spectacular.

The whole world holds you high.

Iranian men do you know what you have got?

Women of valour - Warriors and Queens.

Anonymous said...

please don't give up.w'are prayng for you.your victory is at hand!write down the names of your prosecutors,they will be punished for crimes to humanity!good luck my good heros!

Anonymous said...

It's time to get this sucker organized!
Make a plan, learn about a few basic tactics.

The police are only strong when they out number the crowd - this means you can defeat them...

This country is yours - and the world wants your freedom and friendship.

Anonymous said...

all i can say is good luck!

Anonymous said...

Shame on religious leaders who kill rather than listen.

They are responsible for the blood that flows.

They are a disgrace to humanity.

Greed and lust for power is a dark pit filled with vipers.

Yet the light of Iran shines through all that putrid fake religious mentality that can't accept any other point of view.

Anonymous said...

Brave Iranian people, I admire and respect your courage and your desire for democracy and freedom. But getting killed is not the solution. Martyrdom is a sad waste of human potential. Your government is despicable, and you have exposed it as the fraud that it truly is. It will collapse of it's own bloated weight. Oppose it, yes. Fight it's corruption and its illegitimacy, yes. But not in the streets. Not when you are armed with rocks and are facing the heart piercing bullets of sniper's rifles. I believe that I speak for most Americans when I say that we do not hate the Iranian people. Most Americans only want to live in peace. We do mistrust the Islamist regimes and organizations who seem determined to portray us as the source of evil in the world. We wish you well, we sincerely hope you find peace in your world, safety in your homes and prosperity. Political change is a process. It requires diligence, and patience. It requires fighting - not only in the streets, when the blood is stirred - but in offices, meetings, politic strategy sessions, when cool, calculation is required. And finally, political change requires people... passionate people, committed people, intelligent people, and most of all people who are not martyrs, but who are alive. You have already needlessly lost too many. Go home, be safe, so that you can fight on tomorrow.

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