Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Bloody saturday in tehran!

Videos from Bloody Saturday
20 june 2009


K! said...

What animals do this to an unarmed young man ? Before pulling that trigger, do they not think that this boy has a Mother that loves him. Doesn't have a family that went through hell to raise him ? He just wanted to live free and enjoy a long prosperous life. He didn't want much else!!!!

God bless his soul!

Anonymous said...

Form Italy.....rest in peace dear Neda, freedom and democracy for people iranian...che Dio misericordioso gli dia giustizia

dbananza said...

we are so sorry. so, so sorry. we are watched with our hands tied. you are all so brave.
people of the USA

Tarik said...

God bless you all bravehearts.. and burn that regime with his brutal forces in hell.

Anonymous said...

It breaks my heart to see things like this taking place all because people want REAL freedom. This just goes to show that the religious authorities that control the power in Iran are just as vicious as any other dictatorial regime.

veedub said...

bless you all for your fight against tyranny. peace and rest to the fallen, healing to the wounded, victory to the cause of freedom!

another american

Angelo said...

....neppure le bestie fanno questo!...povero mondo! Ragazzi forza ...buttate giù questi maledetti ladri .

Anonymous said...

Stay strong & keep the faith. Now is the time to take back your country & your land. Don't let your people die in vain. We in the USA are behind you.

Beppe said...

K! i agree with you and it make me cry..still so much love from Italy and even so much rage!

Continue being non-violent,please stay safe. Win your freedom.

Anonymous said...

My prayers to the God of Jacob

You are my dear brothers and sisters

Iran will NEVER arabized NEVER

A lesson to the world to resist

the arab 7th century imperialism

Anonymous said...

Sincererly I have no words to explain my thoughts after these videos.
Hope you win your battle for democracy.
Love from Italy

Anonymous said...

the followers of:

Tabari, vol viii, pp.35-36

‘The messenger of God went out into the marketplace of Medina and had trenches dug in it; then he sent for them and had them beheaded in those trenches. They were brought out to him in groups. Among them were the enemy of God, Huyayy b. Akhtab, and Ka’b b. Asad, the head of the tribe. They numbered 600 or 700—the largest estimate says they were between 800 and 900. As they were being taken in groups to the Messenger of God, they said to Ka’b b. Asad, “Ka’b, what do you understand. Do you not see that the summoner does not discharge [anyone] and that those of you who are taken away do not come back? By God, it is death!” the affair continued until the Messenger of God had finished with them.’

Italian Boy said...

I'm still crying...God Bless all men are fighting for their rights!

Michael said...

I can only say that I would be there, if it was my country. I would hope I was this brave to stand up for my rights and confront the government with a mirror in which they could see their own behaviour. No single individual has the right to treat people like this, no matter who they get their orders from. I am with you.

From Amsterdam

Anonymous said...

Great stuff. But can I just say one thing? "Reverse chronological order." Sheesh.

Anonymous said...

Please, can you tell me where and when has been recorded the upper video, the one with the wounded boys, one of which seems dead?

Jim said...

I have been keeping up with these events from here in the United States. These are terible things that are happening but I want to offer you encouragement and my prayers. People of any and all faiths should be free to establish their own forms of government free from tyranny and coersion. That is the right of all men and women living on this earth. God Bless the Free People of Iran!

Anonymous said...

our prayers for neda and the other martyrs of freedom!! Remember them!!

I pray for Peace and Democracy in Iran. My heart goes out to all the Iranian protesters. God Bless your courage! Continue to fight for justice!
Isabel - From Spain

Anonymous said...

it's absurde to fight and die just to live in peace.
we're with you!
riccardo (Rome - Italy)

Mr Sweden said...

I dont know what this is... just heard that the police are doing what they can to identify the people.


Please cover your faces. all of you.
The police of Iran is cruel. The most cruel policeforce I have ever seen.

Anonymous said...

From Italy
Salam Shooresh
Karet alyee. Blog toro tamame donya dare mibine. Hamintor boro jolo.

Anonymous said...

Hey men, keep the faith, and keep to fight! Not will be in vain!
With you, from Santos/ Brasil

MJ said...

Our hearts are very heavy with grief. Sending much love from the US.

Anonymous said...

Desde España os apoyamos y deseamos que Iran sea libre.

Que Dios os acompañe a conseguir la paz.


Ray Duray said...

Chris Hedges, an American writer and critic of U.S. foreign policy, writes about why the U.S. should keep its hands off Iran.


Anonymous said...

My heart is with you people of Iran! May you be protected in your struggle for truth and democracy.
Erin Dolinger

Anonymous said...

I pray for freedom for all, you are truly brave and strong each one of you are making a difference. Your friend from the USA.

Mina said...

The United Nations has heard your voice and seen your pictures....


Anonymous said...

LA Times quotes Neda saying to a friend before going to protest: "Don't worry. It's just one bullet and it's over."
BBC interview with her fiance reports "She said many times that if she had lost her life or been shot in the heart..it was important for her to continue in this path."
California supports you.

Francois said...

J'exprime mon plus profond respect au peuple iranien en lutte...

Anonymous said...

They (the police and Baji) are terrorost and not govermental forces!

Anonymous said...

Freedom for all the oppressed people in the world.

Green freedom for the Iranina People!

No more kill, just justice and democracy.


Anonymous said...

BBC World News published an election analysis this morning, that points out several things that seem fishy about the official election results.
Here's the article:
And here's the mentioned analysis of the Chatham House and the Institute of Iranian Studies itself:

Anonymous said...

Some news about the strike?

Anonymous said...

Somebody's asking, "When will wounded justice, lying prostrate on the streets of Selma and Birmingham [and Tehran] and communities all over the South [Iran], be lifted from this dust of shame to reign supreme among the children of men?" Somebody's asking, "When will the radiant star of hope be plunged against the nocturnal bosom of this lonely night, plucked from weary souls with chains of fear and the manacles of death? How long will justice be crucified, and truth bear it?"

I come to say to you this afternoon, however difficult the moment, however frustrating the hour, it will not be long, because "truth crushed to earth will rise again."

How long? Not long, because "no lie can live forever."

How long? Not long, because "you shall reap what you sow."

How long? Not long, because the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.

Martin Luther King Jr.
Exerpt from a speech given March 25, 1965, Montgomery, Alabama

Anonymous said...

The Truth!!


Anonymous said...

Mi rendete orgoglioso di essere uomo

ABBATTETILI loro sono i riufiuti dell'umanità

Lode a NEDA

Renato 55anni da Milano/Italia

Anonymous said...

Let the winds of change blow you towards a brighter tomorrow

stay safe and stay strong.

a day a week a year who cares how long it takes, to live in slavery is not to live.

Anonymous said...

god drives you and punishes the oppressors,I am near to all of you men and women that fight for freedom

Beppe said...

What about the situation there?
Here, in Italy, news say that Guardians of the Constitution don't cancel the votes..this fight is so hard and, also if i know that you want to win without any foreign intrusion (i respect it!), i hope at least that ONU and UE will decide to take a strong position cause is unacceptable for me that the nations of the world don't condemn in an hard way what is happening!

Don't call it a "foreign help" but just an attitude that every democratic state must take. I would like the same if it was happening in Italy.

They can't absolutly handle you in that way!
I'm always with you. Stay safe.

Michael said...

I have been to Tehran on a few occasions. I am married to an Iranian girl and held our ceremony in Tehran, so I know the Iranian people quite well.
What I have seen over the past few days has ripped my heart to shreds.
The first video here shocked me just as much as the Neda film :(
How many more YOUNG lives are going to be lost or mamed until justice is prevailed?

Shame on the people who are doing this. Call yourselves Iranian?????

Anonymous said...

go! pursue the liberty and freedom no forces of evil can defeat you. the world is watching and majority supports your quest. Long live the brave people like you. To NEDA may you rest and peace.

Annie said...

Glad to see you back! - feared for your safety and well being...

See this video of a young man being tortured by what seems Baiji in clear violation of human rights (no doubt like so many undocumented instances.


Good luck to all the brave

Anonymous said...

Thanks for keeping us posted on events there. You do a great service to all free-thinking people Take care.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for keeping a record of these horrible events. the whole world knows the real identify of
this deceptive regime and what they have done to our beautiful iran. These killing are outrages and no regim has done so under such false identity if any nothing to this extreme. This faschist regim will go but the price our young and dear souls have to pay is too high for the sake most basic human right. We can see it in the eyes of any real persian that the seeds of hope are planted and there is no going back after loosing such precious lives. Down to the dictator down to evil regim. Long live my country men and women love you all and pray for you every minute of the day.

Anonymous said...

Please keep the world informed about the students and others who are unlawfully detained by the most evil regime.

Is there a list of the brave Iranians who have given their lives for justice and freedom? We want to remember them and honor their names.

Iran, the truth will set you free.

Long live the true Iran!

Anonymous said...

The foundation of Iran is:

Good Thoughts
Good Words
Good Deeds

Always Speak the Truth.

This was established thousands of years before Islam. It's a historical fact.

Stay true to your roots Iran.

Anonymous said...

get back your country through peaceful protests.

Civil disobedience,
work slow down -
use peaceful means to strike at the economy.

Ross said...

Saeed ....
may the force be with you !!

from Italy

angelo said...

Dear Neda, your sacrifice will give the freedom to the iranian people- My eyes were full of tears looking at your pictures, I will never forget you, and I'm sure I'm not the only one. Rest in peace, and I will meet you one day in during our next life.

We all love you here in Italy.

Neda forever!

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