Tuesday, June 23, 2009

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Wednesday June 24th: There will be a gathering in front of Islamic consultation meeting house in Baharestan

Miércoles 24 de junio, Habrá una reunión en frente de casa Islámica reunión de consulta en Baharestan

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Mazandaran University-while eleven students remain in detention and no information available on their status, in the last two days also two female students, Marjan Fiazi and Sogand ALykhah, were arrested.
In the meantime, 40 of the other students were also prohibited from attending university.

According to their friend, Marjan fiazi and Sogand Alikhah, while the two were in the campus courtyard, were attacked by molai, the force responsible for campus security and protection (harasateh Pardis). "Molai", forced these two students into their official cars (jelodaar)and drove away. Since then there has been no news on these students' whereabouts and their health condition.
Per our correspondent, these two students families informed us, they have been detained by the security and protective force and transferred to the Intelligence Bureau of babolsar.
These repressive encounters in Mazandaran is happening while alireza Kiani, siavash safavi, Milad Hosseini Keshtan, Ali Nazari, Rahman Yaghoubi, Maziar Yazdani, Ali Abbassi, Shovaneh Merikhi and...are still in detention. While, a large number of students are prohibited to enter, the university is still under severe security measures.

Universidad de Mazandaran, mientras de que once de los estudiantes permanecen detenidos en prisión y no hay información disponible sobre su situacion y estado de estar, en los dos últimos días dos estudiantes de sexo femenino, Marjan Fiazi y Sogand ALykhah, tambien fueron detenidos.
en el ínterin, el 40 de los otros estudiantes también fueron prohibidos de asistir a la universidad.

Según su amigo, mientras que Marjan fiazi y Sogand Alikhah estaban en el patio de la escuela, fueron atacados por Molai, la fuerza responsable de la seguridad y la protección del campus (harasateh Pardis). "Molai", obligó a estos dos estudiantes en sus vehículos oficiales con mucho fuerza (jelodaar) y llevó lejos. Desde entonces no ha habido noticias en estos estudiantes el paradero y su estado de salud.
Por nuestro corresponsal, estas dos familias de los estudiantes nos informó, han sido detenidos por la seguridad y la fuerza de protección y trasladado a la Oficina de Inteligencia de babolsar.
Estos encuentros en Mazandaran represiva que está sucediendo mientras Alireza Kiani, siavash Safavi, Milad Keshtan Hosseini, Ali Nazari, Rahman Yaghoubi, Maziar Yazdani, Ali Abbassi, Shovaneh Merikhi y ... todavía se encuentran en detención. Tambien, un gran número de estudiantes todavia están prohibidos a entrar, la universidad sigue siendo objeto de severas medidas de seguridad.

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After 5 days of not being heard of a female student of Azad university of Bandarabbas , now it has been confirmed by security guards that she has been killed.

She was shot and taken away by security guards in front of the entrance of Bandarabbas Azad University on June 18th

To avoid spreading this news and persuading it by Bandarabbas people, her body was buried secretly and without informing her relatives.


Después de 5 días de no ser oido de una estudiante de la universidad de Azad Bandarabbas, ahora ha sido confirmado por los guardias de seguridad que ha sido asesinado.

Ella recibió un disparo y llevado por los guardias de seguridad frente a la entrada de Bandarabbas Azad Universidad el 18 de junio

Para evitar la propagación de esta noticia y persuadir a las personas Bandarabbas, su cuerpo fue enterrado en secreto y sin informar a sus parientes.

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Yesterday, monday 1. of Tir (23-06-2009) : Hundreds of familymembers to the young people arrested in the last days of protests are making a stand in front of the Central Courthouse of Tehran.

The families of the arrested young people in front of the Central Courthouse of Tehran in the Moallem Street, demand the unconditional release of their family members.

This proterst is taking place, because the authorities have refused to answer any question about the arrested people.

There are no information about the condition and whereabouts of the arrested young people.
The families are therefor worried for their loved ones.


Ayer, Lunes 1. de Tir (23-06-2009): Cientos de membros familiares a los jóvenes detenidos en los últimos días de protestas están haciendo un frente a la Central de Justicia de Teherán.

Las familias de los jóvenes detenidos enfrente a la Central de Justicia de Teherán, en la calle Moallem, demandan la liberación incondicional de los miembros de su familia.

Esta protesta se está pasando, porque las autoridades se han negado a responder a cualquier pregunta sobre las personas detenidas.

No hay información sobre la situación y el paradero de los detenidos jóvenes.
Las familias de ellos están preocupadisimos por sus seres queridos.

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Hundreds of Sari protesters demonstrated against Islamic regime.
But demonstration was attacked by Police and special guards quickly and some of the protesters were arrested.

Cientos de manifestantes se manifestaron en Sari contra régimen islámico.
Pero la demostración fue atacada por la policía y guardias especiales rápidamente y algunos de los manifestantes fueron detenido

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On Monday June 22, 2009, many of the cars in Tehran drove with their headlights on in solidarity with those killed by armed government militia on the streets over the past few days.

On this day, more than a thousand demonstrators and approximately five hundred armed anti-demonstration forces gathered in Haft-e Tir Square at a demonstration planned to protest the latest presidential election results. Some of the demonstrators gathered in silence holding candles, but government militia forces stormed them in an attempt to disperse the crowds. Eyewitness reports claim that demonstrators were met with armed militia, some of whom were in plain clothes. As in previous days, government forces used tear gas and beat demonstrators with batons in order to disperse them.

Elsewhere in Tehran on Monday, approximately 200 anti-demonstration forces locked down Laleh Park, turning the park and the nearby Shaheed Shiroodi sports club into a makeshift headquarter for uniformed and plain-clothed government militia.

Eyewitnesses report that, with helicopters flying overhead, armed forces shot bullets in the air to disperse demonstrators and to prevent others from joining the crowd.

Over the course of the past few days, at least 800 individuals have been arrested and many have been killed by government forces while unknown numbers have been injured in the streets. Figures are hard to assess, as many do not seek medical attention in hospitals for fear of being arrested by the militia patrolling emergency care centers to arrest incoming care seekers.

Iranian national television continues to refer to these demonstrators as terrorists.

El lunes 22 de junio de 2009, muchos de los coches en Teherán llevaron con sus faros en solidaridad con los asesinados por las milicias armadas del gobierno en las calles durante los últimos días.

En este día, más de un mill de manifestantes y cerca de quinientos armada contra la demostración se reunieron en las fuerzas de Haft-e Tir plaza en una manifestación de protesta previstas para los últimos resultados de las elecciones presidenciales. Algunos de los manifestantes se reunieron en silencio con velas encendidas, pero las fuerzas de las milicias de govienro asaltaron en un intento de dispersar a la multitud. Los relatos de testigos confirman que los manifestantes se toparon con las milicias armadas, algunos de los cuales fueron vestidos de civil. Al igual que en días anteriores, las fuerzas guvernamentales utilizaron gases lacrimógenos y golpearon a los manifestantes con porras para dispersar a ellos.

En otros lugares el lunes en Teherán, unos 200 contra-manifestación por las fuerzas bloqueado Parque Laleh, convirtiendo al parque y la cercana Shaheed Shiroodi el club deportivo en una sede improvisada de uniformados y tambien vestidos de civil de las milicias del govierno.

Testigos oculares informan de que, con helicópteros que volaban sobre la cabeza, y dispararon en el aire para dispersar a los manifestantes y prevenir a que otros se unieran a la multitud.

En los últimos días, por lo menos 800 personas han sido arrestados y muchos de ellos han sido asesinados por las fuerzas guvernamentales, mientras que el número desconocido han resultado heridos en las calles. Las cifras son difíciles de evaluar, ya que muchos no buscan atención médical en los hospitales por tener medio a ser detenidos por las patrullas de la milicia de atención de emergencia para detener a los centros de atención de los solicitantes.

La televisión nacional iraní continúa haciendo referencia a estos manifestantes como terroristas.

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Sepahe pasdaran of the Islamic Republic issued multiple announcements and warned the protesters of the Sepah, Basij (volunteer paramilitary group) and riot police’s serious encounter.

Sepahe pasdaran threatened what they call “agitator” to end all what they call “violence and disturbance”.
In these announcements; they called the Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s last week speech a “divine” and they warned that the primary job and goal of the Sepahe Pasdaran, Basij and the riot police is to strictly encounter the agitator and those whom are a threat against the Islamic republic.

Sepehe Pasdaran of Islamic Republic the insistence of “passing the red lines and following the scenarios to agitating the public mind”are the obvious actions against the interest of Iran. The riot police and Basij will not hesitate to face the agitators.

Also, in this announcement Iran stepped up allegation against U.S., UK, and Israel of meddling in Iran’s Internal matters and supporting the agitators.

Pasdaran Sepahe de la República Islámica emitió múltiples anuncios y advirtió a los manifestantes de la Sepah, Basij (voluntarios grupo paramilitar) y la policía antidisturbios de la grave encuentro.

Pasdaran Sepahe amenazadas lo que ellos llaman "agitador" de poner fin a todos lo que ellos llaman "la violencia y disturbios".
En estos anuncios, ya que el llamado Líder Supremo iraní Ayatola Ali Khamenei discurso la semana pasada un "divino" y advirtió que el principal objetivo de empleo y de la Pasdaran Sepahe, Basij y la policía antidisturbios es estrictamente encuentro el agitador y las cuales son un amenaza contra la República Islámica.

Sepehe Pasdaran República Islámica de la insistencia de "pasar las líneas rojas y después de los escenarios para agitar la mente del público" son las acciones contra el evidente interés de Irán. La policía antidisturbios y Basij no dudará en hacer frente a los agitadores.

Además, en este anuncio Irán intensificado denuncia contra EE.UU., el Reino Unido e Israel de inmiscuirse en los asuntos internos de Irán y el apoyo a los agitadores.

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Ashkan Zahabian est un d’étudiant médecin de l’université Ferdoosi de Mashhad, était tortue horriblement par l’Ansar (Police de la régime Islamique d’Iran).
Il est en coma pour plus que Cinque jours maintenant.
l'hold-up horrible de l'undercovers d'ANSAR (quelque chose comme Basiji) à Mazandaran université a eu 150 arrestations des étudiants comme conséquence.
il a été torturé moyennant un étrier de bouc et la matraque
Pendant que ce garçon a été encore inconscient les agents l'ont kidnappé vers un place inconnu.
Le supplice a été tellement terrible qu'a paniqué tout le monde. Après une grande recherche, ils sont venus savoir qu'il se trouve toujours dans le coma.

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Posts vom 23. Juni 2009:

Nachdem man fünf Tage lang nichts von einer verschwundenen Studentin der Azad Universität von Bandar Abbas gehört hatte, haben Sicherheitskräfte jetzt bestätigt, dass sie getötet worden ist. Sie wurde am 18. Juni von Wächtermilizen vor dem Eingang der Bandarabbas Azad Universität erschossen und ihre Leiche weggebracht. Um zu verhindern, dass Leute aus Bandarabbas Nachforschungen anstellen und entsprechende Nachrichten verbreiten, wurde ihr Leichnam heimlich begraben, ohne dass ihre Verwandten informiert wurden (Quelle: Revolutionary Road)

Während elf Studenten
der Mazandaran-Universität (in Babol im Norden Irans am Kaspischen Meer, Anm. d. Übers.) bereits in Haft sind und es keine Informationen über ihre Situation gibt, wurden in den vergangenen zwei Tagen zwei weitere Studentinnen, Marjan Fiazi und Sogand ALykhah, festgenommen. 40 anderen Studenten wurde verboten, sich auf dem Universitätsgelände aufzuhalten.
Wie ein Freund der beiden Studentinnen erklärte, wurden Marjan Fiazi und Sogand Alikhah, als sie sich auf dem Universitäts-Campus aufhielten, von Molai — Sicherheitskräften, die verantwortlich sind für die Sicherheit und den Schutz des Campus-Geländes — angegriffen. Die Molai zwangen die Studentinnen, in ihre Autos (jelodaar) einzusteigen und fuhren mit ihnen weg. Seitdem hat es keine Nachrichten über den Verbleib dieser Studentinnen und über ihren Gesundheitszustand gegeben. Über unseren Korrespondenten informierten uns die Familien der Studentinnen, dass sie von Sicherheitskräften festgehalten wurden und dem Büro des Nachrichtendienstes in Babolsar übergeben wurden.

Diese gewaltsamen Aktionen ereigneten sich in Mazandaran, gleichzeitig befinden sich Alireza Kiani, Siavash Safavi, Milad Hosseini Keshtan, Ali Nazari, Rahman Yaghoubi, Maziar Yazdani, Ali Abbassi, Shovaneh Merikhi und andere noch in Haft. Einer großen Zahl von Studenten ist es verboten, das Universitätsgelände zu betreten und die Universität wird streng bewacht.
(Quelle: Revolutionary Road)

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26 comments:

Anonymous said...

The world is watching and supporting you.

Keep up the reporting.

European supporter

Anonymous said...

i sent your link to some friends in iran by email , people who live in different cities in iran
all them told me your site is censured .
but i tell them what you wrote
...internet connection is slowly there , also watch a video in a not censured site is hard .

Anonymous said...

raja news is alleged to claim today that Nada was killed by Mojahedin (MEK)...

can you verify this story on their Farsi website / other means

http://rajanews.com

is this allegation circulating on other media there ?

Mr Sweden said...

This is sick.
When I read what you are writing I understand that you can not live with it and have to fight it.

But is all the policeforce against you? The police have killed a lot of people during the last days.
And the coverup with the dead corps. So unrespectfull.
This makes me wanna join up with you. I feel so much anger.

Anonymous said...

I'm very sad for your situation. I'm an italian girl and also here information has been stopped by government...not in bloody-way...just hiding news on tv and newspaper. I would like to do something usefull for you people, but I don't know what I can do...
the only thing I can say to you is to continue to inform people with this and ohter blog...is the only way... internet can't be stooped with barbed wire, it's like the wind...
hold on.
serena

Anonymous said...

From Italy: Hold on for freedom! C'mon!

Roby said...

Hi Saeed,
thanks a lot for your blog, it's the only way, with twitter, to find true news about the situation in Iran.
I support your battle against the violent teocratic system.
A communist comrade from Italy.

Beppe said...

Does anyone know if it's possible to give the information of this blog to other Iranian guys maybe trough skype or myspace or if also these programs and sites are censured for them!?

* She was shot and taken away by security [..] her body was buried secretly and without informing her relatives;

* Officials have requested the payment of $ 3000 for the "tax on bullets" used by security forces to the family of the student killed;


* Anyone who joins the demonstration launched by Mir Hussein Moussavi, and will not work will be dismissed;

This is unacceptable once again!
Iranian have to continue all togheter! Love You.

Roby said...

Ciao Beppe,
da quanto posso capire il sito in Iran è censurato. Fino a ieri non si potevano nemmeno ricevere o spedire sms da Teheran.
Il ragazzo che sta tenendo in piedi questo blog (e come faccia davvero non lo so, probabilmente riesce a schermarsi benissimo) deve essere davvero un grande: sta correndo un rischio enorme ma continua a tenerci informati.
Viva Saeed e tutti gli iraniani che combattono per la loro libertà

Beppe said...

Ciao Roby, grazie per la risposta, effettivamente i commenti al blog provengono dall'estero..me lo domandavo però perchè l'altro ieri ho spedito un messaggio tramite myspace ad una ragazza (dal profilo "green" visto che non tutti la penseranno allo stesso modo, anche se non saprei dire quanti visto che i numeri delle elezioni non sono attendibili) e mi è apparso scritto che l'ha letto. Boh.
Immagino comunque il rischio che stia correndo Saeed e nel mio piccolo provo ad essere vicino a queste persone così coraggiose.

Nel frattempo anche una mail di protesta al nostro TG1 mi viene spontanea. Un abbraccio

Anonymous said...

I feel like Mr. Sweden.

Roby said...

Blogger signorinaKir said...

Saeed Valadbaygi said
The Iranian agents attacked Our home, attacked people there and keep looking for me across the country.

June 23, 2009 4:26 PM


L'ho trovato sull'altra pagina, spero sia riuscito a scappare!!!
I've found this message on the other page. I'm worried about his life

Anonymous said...

There is no way out , u cant win this against those animals peacefully. however u guys have to get some weapons and kill those leader of basij police and the state.i know its much easier to say than to do that, but where a will is, there is always a way!!
maybe u can get some police man on ur side, try to convince them!

And dont forget to take always one of those qurans with u!!

If u try to solve the problem peacefully than these m...fu...
will kill one of u after the other.

brave people of iran i wish u the best god bless u!

And if there is any way i can help just let me know!!

Anonymous said...

Keep on fihtin guys!
We are with you.

Anonymous said...

It is a terrible situation but if you have the will, you will prevail. It won't be easy or without suffering but you will suffer if you don't do anything, so the solution is clear, you have to fight.

The world is watching and behind your revolt!

Beppe said...

Thanks for the video Saeed.
Be careful!

Alessandra said...

Please don't let go! You can do it, you can be heroes!!

Anonymous said...

people throughout the world have hope because of you! the brave people of iran will lead islam into democracy - something that nobody from outside can ever do, nowhere. all the fundamentalists are seriously afraid of you. democracy and islam are not opposites. dictators shake hands with dictators. in the name and with the means of religion and other ideologies they manipulate people, create fear end exploit the countries. don't trust china, russia, usa, france and uk- they are the biggest producers of weapons. even if they have nice presidents, their economy still depends on selling weapons - even to you. the iranian women deserve great respect, one day they will teach their sons to trust their own heart and understanding. the many thousand basij in your country are a big problem in the future, even if you win your struggle, because they will still be there. the people from the cities have to care about the people in the countryside and not laugh about them when they are simple and less developed, and the country people should learn from the open minded people of the city. the different families in the county, lori, kurd, azeri, persian, nomads, arabs have to collaborate with respect and help each other. respect your yahudi, your zartosht people, and others, who are part of your memory, even if you wear green. cool down a bit with martyrdom, your regime abuses the emotions of this kind of thinking. be rational. learn from the moroccan philosopher al-jabri, although he is sunni. we have great affections in the west for your poets, your architects, your filmmakers, your experience, your brave hearts. we need you. you are our hope in the east. you can bring some peace to irak, afghanistan and pakistan, because you are a respected culture. don't let the drugs of afghanistan destroy you. you are a very young country, like egypt, like many countries in south america and africa. this is new for the world, nobody knows how your world will be like. the nationalists try to put labels on you, you are this, you are that, and drive you against each other. try to be reasonable. the air in your cities is terrible. the rich countries should not be an example for you, they will never let you have the same like they have. even if they wanted they can't, there is not enough for that many people. the poor cannot become rich, but the rich should become poorer. develop your own new vision. bring back dance to your public life. you are a trader country, but you should actually produce more yourself. don't miss the moment where oil is not important anymore. you can't just export farsh and peste all the time. without a real vision the dictators will make you tired. grow slowly, steadily like a tree. bring happiness. overcome the shia sadness. don't just talk about politics. talk about culture, about family structures, about marriage, about who is able to lead and who isn't. about how you get rid of your torture prisons, of death penalty, of the fascists who stole your youth. your parents were brave, you are their children, you will be successful.

Reaganite Republican said...

Obviously -although it’s the last thing Team Obama wants to hear- Ronald Reagan’s support of Poland’s Solidarity in the dark days of the Soviet-ordered crackdown is the model here- not the preposterous straw-man argument of “what are you going to do, invade?” disingenuously presented by the do-nothing, Obamapologist left.

And isn’t this what George W Bush told you was going to happen in the Middle East in the wake of Iraq’s liberation?

Maybe that’s why Barack Obama has so little apparent interest in finishing the job in Iran… no matter how much it benefits the US and free world.

That, and the fact that he’s already piled all his chips on legitimizing this vile regime- a democratic revolution at this point would be downright embarrassing for him.

http://reaganiterepublicanresistance.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Get guns! With guns the world is in your hands. You'll get powerful and nobody can stop u guys! DO IT FOR NEDA!

Freedom for Iran
Behnam, Sweden

John said...

I watch this with great sadness. I see a people who are fed up with their regime and want to change it. A people who crave freedom and who deserve it. But I hear them chanting over and over again, Allah Akbar, Allah Akbar, what do they really want? Do they want to trade in one bad regime for another one? YOU MUST KEEP FIGHTING FOR YOUR FREEDOM, BUT YOU MUST GET RELIGION OUT OF YOUR GOVERNMENT ONCE AND FOR ALL FORE EVER AND EVER OR YOU WILL NEVER NEVER NEVER BE FREE! You should be chanting "What do we want...FREEDOM... When do we want it NOW!!!

MM.CD said...

Today I listened to people talking about the trivial complaints of an easy life. At lunchtime a young woman in a chador walked by the window with her young son. The men in the office paused their work and silently watched her pass by.
One asked me about Saeed...did I know if he was alright today? One asked if I heard what Obama said about Iran in the News Conference? Another wondered aloud...are we going to do something for the people? The eyes around the room were overwhelmed with anger and sorrow.
One by one I heard them calling home...talking to a wife, a mother, a sister... They realized how much we take for granted...until one young woman walked silently by.
And we remembered the Cultured, Peaceful Iranians being beaten and murdered because they expect their vote be respected, their voices be heard.
Neda and the Spirit of the Iranian People have already changed the world. The World is Witness to all of the Vile Tyranny of the Iranian Government. The World is changed. We see and we will not look away.

Kaveh said...

In memory of the victims of the demonstrations in Iran!

Pass this event on ...

http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#/event.php?eid=113563997480&ref=mf

Anonymous said...

It's disgusting to kill in the name of God.

It's disgusting to injure in the name of God.

What kind of religious mentality is that? The answer is, a greedy, corrupt, forceful, self serving fake religion.

Anonymous said...

I hope you can keep up coming with all the details of demonstrations and other events happening in Iran right now. You're one of the best sources to get this information from. Hope you will be safe! Take care!

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