Saturday, June 20, 2009

Minute by minute with Revolution!

CRUCIAL Demonstration on today 16:00 in Tehran and all around the world. IT IS STILL ON ,PEOPLE ARE IN ENQELAB sq!

political and students activists: we will resist at the risk of imprisonment, Will go to Enghelab Sq today for sure

horrible news from Enqelab st. its full of special forces...

photos:Right now enqelab ST

Mobiles in the Enghelab area have been cut off
enghelab sq and the streets are filled with police and plain clothes with batons in hands

Protest starts NOW

"large groups" of people were gathering in Tehran's Revolution Square

People going to Enghelab in larg numbers and growing rapidly. police there but not doing anything
azadi and enghelab packed with protesters (and plain-clothed, armed militia)
photo:azadi st.

Riot police and Revolutionary Guards(basidj) attacked people with batone

They have used tear gases to disperse crowds. People are fleeing into Laleh Park.4:50
we can see Marksmans in ferdosi square!

protesters are appealing to the police to join them!
The police asked people before the basijis conflict with them Became dispersed
,Police guard are all the streets of Tehran. Streets full of the population!
basij blocking madani and dastgheyb st. tear gas in shahid rezaee. again basij without uniform among people
photo: Calhor & Jamalzadeh street

special guards confronted with people, attacked them with batton dispersed them into small ally ways
Thousands of people attempting to enter Tehran protest site have been blocked by heavily armed police
A lot of conflict happenning at Kosh St. now
shooting in Azadi ave. near Gharib!
In Khosh Street police is attacking people with batons and pepper spray trying to disperse people, shots can be heard around Azadi
They are throwing Teargas constantly people: down with khamene'i
Heavy clashes on azadi street, chants of death to khamene'i,The street is full of rocks and fire!
Voice of shooting in Azadi street...
police using tear gas, water cannons to disperse thousands of protesters in Tehran,They are beating "people" in Enghelab St., not only the protesters!
people are trapped between Behboodi and Enghelaab
people are trapped between Behboodi & Enghelaab. gunshots being fired into the air...
2,000 to 3,000 protesters at Tehran University!
Enghelab street is fulll of people between ghods st. and Enghelab square
So Hard conflict in Azadi ST
Intense clash in Enghelab
Houses in alleys opening doors to injured protestors,hallway is full of beaten people!

Police have closed off Tehran University
Two bomb blasts in Tehran
Many of people arrested
An explosion near the shrine of Khomeini,killing one person and minimum 2 people are injured
metro/subway is closed...
Shooting directly to the people in Azadi ST
Vanak Square reportedly full of civilian-dressed forces
Fars news agency: the blast occurred near the shrine of Iran's revolutionary founder, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.
Amirabad was closed of my plain clothes basij, tear gas was used
50-60 basij bikers were present . the amount of people were 2000 in that area due to blockages of roads
Hard conflict in Enghelab Sq,Shooting directly to the people
Basidj leaving after being confronted with the masses of people!
polices & basijs are Launching Tear gas to people intermittently

injured protestors have nosebleeding due to gas used by police
Tehran protesters coming in waves, will go on till dark and beyond. This no longer rally but street fighting.
hey shoot at people and take those wounded with their vans
Tehran full of fire and blood
People gathering at Vanak SQ
Plain cloths bikers attacking non-protesters near Vali-asr sq
They shoot at people and take those wounded with their vans
Shiraz: Intense conflict in Alam sq
Gunfire/sirens heard Tohid SQ
The Girl Shot Dead by Bssij, At Karegar St.(See Video above)
forces dont let ppl use cell phones. they beat anyone with a cell phone in hand
1 young man shot dead near Vali Asr Cr
Basij in EVERY square in Tehran
Young men and women have been arrested and taken from the scene by police vans
Police has blocked the street near Enghelab (revolution) square
gas and gun shots near Azadi (Freedom) square.
The Hardest conflict in Amirabad St. very very bad. shooting to people/ fire & blood
A second person has died after a suicide attack at Imam Khomeini's shrine in Tehran. Eight others were injured
Protesters in Revolution sq r chanting: Goftim agar taghalob besheh basatetoon jam misheh!! "We told u if u cheat it'll be the end of u"!
More likely helicopters spray some sort of chemical. wash you bodies as soon as possible. Use face masks
Bassij opened gunfire on people near Sadeghieh, West of Tehran,till now 4 died!
Continuous Gunfires hearing near Imam Khomeini Hospital Near to Azadi St.
Euorpean Embassies indeed are accepting injured people, avoid hospitals they are traps
People are gathering at Tajrish SQ, Shouting: "Death To Dictatror" and "I will Kill Who Killed My Sister and Brother!"
Hard Clashes in Ahvaz, South of Iran.
Another Person died at Loghman Hospital.
At least one Person died at Khomeini Hospital.
Protesters at 7Tir pushed back Militia and gathering at the SQ.
a wounded man was hit in the back of his left shoulder and carried away on a stretcher after the shooting in Tehran.
A bus was put on fire at tohid square
Mousavi among protesters: "If they arrested me, go on a strike stop going to work.
some govt forces in this area have retreated as a result of people's resistance
the chanting/slogans directly aimed at the supreme leader( Death to khamene'i
Isfahan,Ahwaz,Mashad and Shiraz staged protests today
Clashes in Rasht
the lives of thousands of people at enghelab sq in danger. presence of more people there can help.
Gunfire in Arya Shahr, West of Tehran.
Australian (No. 13, 23rd St.) embassy accepting Iranians injured in today's debate.
Rasht, Tabriz, Isfahan and Shiraz severe conflict between people and the military continues
Rasht on fire
Bus fired on Tohid Sq. Protesters entered to the square. Part of government forces has gone away from the Tohid Sq
Protesters were inside the mosque in Tehran, Azerbaijan St. which is now in fire
Gunfire/clashes at Gisha St. in Tehran. People have reportedly put street on fire
People Blocking Streets at Tehran Pars (East Tehran) and Setting Fires
Bassij Millita attacking People at Haft Hooz SQ, Heavy Clashes Just Strated...
A bus and several motorcycles were also set on fire
WHOLE city is shaking with very loud screams from rooftops.
Hospitals in Tehran are NOT safe ppl disappearing from them basijis there, take injured to embassies
shouts of Death to khamene'i & Death to Dictator in holy city of Mashhad,Tehran,Isfahan,Ahwaz,Kermanshah,Shiraz ... "explosive" -- loudest it has ever been
People reportedly push back militia in Gisha
Many people Wounded At Haft Hooz SQ, No Clinic Is Open!
Canadians, call your foreign office. It's confirmed Canadian Embassy rejects injured protesters
Hospital close to the scene in Tehran: 30-40 dead thus far as of 11pm and 200 injured. Police taking names of incoming injured
Chants and gunshots can be heard on the roofs
Azadi St., Sanati Sharif University indicate that more that 10 helicopters landed inside the university
unloaded massive amounts of guns for more than 500 basijies whom had been sent there several hours earlier to confront the demonstrators
""According to same private listserv source, "People from all around Tehran are gathering to march into the city later at night""

Security Forces attacked Khomeini Hospital to arrest injured protesters, it is said at least 30 injured are there...
Basij base burned by protesters at Navab St. (South Tehran)
another person dead in Azarabayjan ST in Tehran
young protester killed with bullet through the head on Navab street
Conf'd Iran Fatemiyeh Hospital Tehran: 30-40 dead as of 11pm; 200 injured. Police taking names of incoming injured
Haft Hooz SQ. is on fire, Protesters are so angry and try to push back Bassij with Coctel Molotov...
""people planning to march into centre Tehran tonight as darkness falls""
plain clothes police are at hospitals taking names

more journalists arrested
What is notable about Shiraz is that the security forces have sometimes lashed out randomly at people who might only look like protesters
Shiraz that there have been clashes in different parts of the city



This is not allowed by Our Activists and Reporters to use the reports without link and named the source like what BBC Farsi is Doing Now!


people:death to khamene'i

Basij shots to death a young woman(Neda Agha-Soltan) in Tehran's Saturday June 20th protests

At 19:05 June 20th
Place: Karegar Ave, at the corner crossing Khosravi St. and Salehi st.


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Monika said...

Young people from Poland are with you. Keep fighting!

Lebanese guy said...

Free Lebanese people also support you brave youth of this world. With your fight, you are participating in freeing all the middle-east from tyranny.

Anonymous said...

We keep the finger crossed. Our hearth is with you guys. Keep fighting. Saeed! you and your friends are real heroes.

Anders M from Sweden

Anonymous said...

I am impressed to see so much resistance! You, Iranian are unbelievable. Whole the world is looking to what you guys are doing.

Mark Rasmusen
Copenhagen, Denmark

Anonymous said...

Keep your peacefull Protest alive, don't give up. The World is watching you & we are proud of you! All the best to your people and your country.

Marcus from Germany

Alain said...

Do not becom a martyr, a hero rather.
I love you.

Ben said...

The youth of the United Kingdom are behind you! Keep fighting!

Anonymous said...

how do you get this information ?! everything in those area are blocked, cell phones doesn't working so how do you get these updates?!

Anonymous said...

God Bless the free people of Iran! Hold on to what you already achieved and don't let go now! Your success in that struggle for freedom will be a blessing for all the world.

My prayers from Germany.

Anonymous said...

cnn reports there are no demonstrations, whats going on?

Anonymous said...

CNN now only relies on Iranian State TV. Don't take what you hear there for granted.

Anonymous said...

We are with you, go on with your fight!

Israel is with you.

Anonymous said...

stay safe, but don't stop the fight. the world is with the free people of Iran. you are making Hisrory today.


xhasti said...

We are all with you in spirit. Don't give up. The end is in sight.

JCA said...

Peace be with you.

Nancy said...

I'm praying and checking back every minute. I wear green when I go out. God be with you and stay safe!

Gladie said...

Norway is with you!

Bella Crow said...

I so worry about your safety!


Jack Coleman said...

Our hearts and prayers are with you -- Americans and Iranians are not enemies!

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

Stay Storng people of IRAN ... IRAN is always proude of its citizens! The world is with you!

You are the symbol of the freedom in the history!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for this..this has been the only source of information no only for all of us that are worried around the world, but also for CNN...they're showing your photos.... Merci va khoda ba shoma bashe azizan ma!!

Anonymous said...


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Anonymous said...

kill khamenei!

siroos said...

We(your "ham vatan") are following you from the distance. You are all in our heart and our mind. Wishing you strength, victory and safety. We're with you. Keep on going…don’t back off. More power to you all, and God be with you.

Kim said...

Your feed IS the only news we are getting in the US this morning. Please stay safe, we need you to keep telling this story to the World. Millions are with you in our hearts today...

Anonymous said...

United Kingdom are behind you! Keep fighting. We need to do the same here in the UK!

Winston said...

Iranians in Canada are with you

Far from Heaven said...

Don't give up brave soul mates,We are supporting you at least in our heart and do our best to liberate our feeling to action.
UN must do an action.

Your supporters From Japan

Win said...

Stay safe, please. The world needs people like you.

Nitin and Rhiannon Sawhney
Maryland, United States

human said...

all of use,iranian students of foreign of iran are with yuo
we are far from iran now ,but our heart and spirit are there with you minute by minute
be carefull
good luck
keep fighting
u are not elone


Shadowy Lady said...

guys please be safe. We are all supporting you from here in Canada.

An Iranian far away from you, but with you in spirit

lotus said...

What they said ^^^ !

Best from Florida --


Sofia said...

Thanks for update. Plz be careful!
We are supporting you & other Iranians!!!

from S.Korea

Mitchny said...

The whole world is watching

doost e lahestaani said...

ما لهستانیان بیست سال پیش کشورمان را آزاد کردیم. الآن از شما حمایت می کنیم! دوستانمان موفق باشید!ای

Anonymous said...

God bless you.
How can we help you from Canada?

Anonymous said... 6F40BD748F61A24CFEC2F01399DB310F9D29111C
don't know if it helps. tor proxy

Anonymous said...

We are watching and praying for you. May God be with you!

from Ohio, USA

troy said...

keep fighting.

Anonymous said...

Good luck to you guys. Iran will be free again!

-concerned observer from California.

Anonymous said...

Fight for your freeedom.
All people araound the world are Iranian today.
HOPE is everything we can give to you


Anonymous said...

Good luck to you guys. Iran will be free again!
we blived you

JM said...

"Once social change begins, it cannot be reversed. You cannot un-educate the person who has learned to read. You cannot humiliate the person who feels pride. You cannot oppress the people who are not afraid anymore."
--Cesar Chavez

When the clashes began it started raining here in Virginia. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

MATTHEW said...

Stay strong. Memorialize this moment:

The whole world IS watching.

Anonymous said...

You are heroes and heroines. Lets pray that your heriosm will produce results. Dont give in.

Norwegian said...

The youth of Norway is also behind you, impressed by your everlasting bravery!

Anonymous said...

The whole world is watching your updates.
go people, today makes our destiny.
god bless you.

Win said...

The explosion at Imam Khomeini's shrine is a ploy... they are creating a pretext for the use of force.

Anonymous said...

ما در آمریکا بی صبرانه به فکر شما هستیم و دوستتون داریم

Patrick said...

If you people can again form the size of crowds we've seen all week, no amount of police, Basij, or foreign thugs will be able to contain you. You're almost there!

Force the government to retreat. They only have the power you allow them to have.

We learned this during our own revolution, may yours be as successful.

An American atheist cheering for free Muslims.

Anonymous said...

Please DO NOT post IP addresses openly. The TOR bridge will get to where it needs to be through tor's own distribution network. There are people passing TOR bridges to the Iranis.

Dr. Wise said...
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Win said...

They are publicizing in the state media that there is an explosion at Ayatollah Khomeini's shrine. This gives them an excuse to use brute force.

Anonymous said...

You are all heroes and freedom fighters. Down with Khomenei and Ahmedinajad, hand servantsof satan.

Entdinglichung said...

for the downfall of the fundamentalist tyranny ... our love and our solidarity is with you!

Anonymous said...

destroy the islamic state! down with the mollahs!

Lutz said...

Our hopes and admiration are with you!

Eriks said...

God be with the brave people of Iran defending their right for freedom and democracy.

J said...

Don't let them suppress your voice. Keep protesting, the world supports you.

Anonymous said...

Thank you to all the Iranians who are people their lives on for justice and freedome. You are all true heroes and an inspiration to the world.
We love you and pray for you. Stay strong.

Anonymous said...

Support from COPENHAGEN...
Keep fighting, dont give up.

marie said...

your bravery is incredible and magnificient.
you must succeed because you are right.
french people support Iran freedom

Dody G. said...

Shooting on BBC Persia

Anonymous said...

My beloved country men and women, god be with you. World watching you closely, Keep up the good work.
Everyone's prayer goes to everyone of you.

Viva Freedom

Love you all

Anonymous said...

Stay strong!

California is with you!

The Free world stands with Iranians for a truly democratic and free Iran.

Marc Maxson said...

We are all watching from abroad. I am amazed how quickly this has turned from being a referendum on the president to one on Komenei, the supreme leader.

abdul said...

Today's demostration will be a tactiful mistake on the part of students! What I also can not understand is this. How come 11 million votes could be forged. Before election, why the opposition not made sure the election wil be fair! All these euphoria is going to fizzle out and Ahmednijad will become more stronger!! This is my assessment.

Anonymous said...

Support from Germany! We are watching you and pray for you! Don't let your voice be shut down! You're all so brave and strong - it's unbelievable..keep that fighting spirit! Best wishes and take care.

Love you all ~

Anonymous said...

Prayers from India for a just government in Iran.

Anonymous said...

The American youth hear the voices of oppressed Iranian men and women. We admire your courage and envy your vigor. Be safe and may God be with you, regardless the name with which you call him.

Florian from Germany said...

Is he offline? I fear for his safety. They starting shooting now:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for keeping us informed. Many greeting from Austria, wish you all the best.

Anonymous said...

I so hope that neither their lies or guns will stop you. May Iran see a better day soon!

/Christian in Stockholm

Anonymous said...

my dear freind ,
if u r in iran. plz change the info about urself in ur blog

Anonymous said...

Keep your heads up high! Freedom will prevail! All the best from Germany!


Griff said...

You've gone quiet. We're all getting worried for your safety.

Anonymous said...

Abdul you are a freaking idiot.

Anonymous said...

keep going brave hearts !
all free mans in the world are looking you.
we never think that iranian peoples are so brave ! go 'n go to freedom ! BRAVO !

simo, brazil

Anonymous said...

They silenced him, that's for sure! They cut every connection, they said there was a suicide bomber in Khomeini's shrine, come on, this not Pakistan we are talking about, there is no suicide bomber in Iran. The government did it for sure to find another excuse to slaughter everyone on streets!

An Iranian student

Anonymous said...

keep going brave hearts !
all free mans in the world are looking you.
we never think that iranian peoples are so brave ! go 'n go to freedom ! BRAVO !

simo, brazil

Eriks said...

The Iranian supreme leadership is a threat to world wide peace. This lunatic and brutal dictatorship must be stopped at all cost.
Praying in Australia for freedom of the Iranian suppressed people.

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

Yet another Canadian is discouraged by the brutal repression and murder of the common people by the religious dictatorship. Like China and Tienanmen Square, the people cannot win as long as the leaders are willing to kill their own citizens. Good luck but I fear the worst.

Nigel in Toronto

Docb said...

We are with you brave souls..Stay strong..e know that the 'blast' at the Khomieni Shrine is a govrn't ploy..they will try to blame the opposition...DO NOT THINK THE WORLD BELIEVES THESE LIES>..

abdul said...

my dear saeed, are you ok? come back my dear!

Anonymous said...

You deserve freedom...
Don't give up! They already have failed!
We are with you.

Lauriane from France

Anonymous said...

Saeed was online just now, but not on the blog.

Anonymous said...

why there is no more update? are you OK man?

redgirl said...

Peace to you, peace to Iran - from Flint, Vienna & Istanbul!

Anonymous said...

Keep up the good work!
Hope you and all the other protesters are alright.

- Australia

Anonymous said...


LA said...

We are ALL GREEN today!

Anonymous said...

hope you're alright man

Douglas in Germany said...

Hoping to God that your silence now isn't ominous. People of Iran, know that we in Europe wish you peace and freedom.

Anonymous said...

I just talked to someone in Tehran. He said the security forces cut all the roads to down town and Enghelab Sq. They arrest anyone who wants to take a taxi for the Enghelab Sq destination. The condition is horrible, a bomb has been exploded in Enghelab and they start shootnig directly at people on Azady St.

Anonymous said...

Russia is with you! Keep fighting, dont give up!

And be careful, please.

Anonymous said...

please be careful!
these butchers are heartless

Anonymous said...

I am glad that Iranian youth finally got guts to call "a spade a spade" and name the real enemy of Iranian people, not his puppet.
But I am afraid timing is not really good. The protestors should have backed up for tonight, but start later, better organized and prepared. Anyway, being so worried about people of Iran and my iranian friends, I admire thier courage! Please be safe, but keep your eyes open all the time. Time to stop the theocratic tyranny.

JessicaYogini said...

Praying for you in Utah, USA, and admiring you and grateful for your courage.

Anonymous said...

the bomb blast at the Khomeini tomb was attributed to a suicide bomber, after Khamenei warned yesterday against terrorism... It seems to me that at least half of this is organized by the Iranian leaders themselves and that they will use the public movement in order to defeat the protesters. A similar thing happened in Moldova, in April 2009, and the outcome was disastrous. I hope your protests will not be in vain.
May God be with you and with the free people of Iran.
Romania feels with you

Guido Soeldner said...

God bless you all

Anonymous said...


ana maria said...

Portugal is with you. God bless you

Ernesto said...

Following you from Barcelona. Great job! Keep posting!

Anonymous said...

We are with you, go ahead, from rio de janeiro, brasil

humberto sisley

Anonymous said...

AUSTRALIA is with you!

>> People if you want to help you can donate some bandwidth: download TOR and run a relay or bridge - giving our Iranian friends an anonymous internet connection out to the Free World.

It's not too hard and there are several sites around with instructions. If you run a bridge don't post the IP publicly, send it to irancurtain at iansbrain dot com - he has trusted contacts inside Iran to send bridge IPs to.

Brave Iranians, the whole world is watching!

Anonymous said...

Smoke is visible from Enghelab Sq, from Ferdowsi Sq.

Hey-A-Nonny said...

Good to see an update. I am praying for your safety and the safety of your country-fellows. God help you all!

Jonathan said...

Following the story from Connecticut, USA. I'll be watching and hoping for the absolute best from you all. Take care, and the wishes of hope and good will from all across the globe are with you!

Heart said...

We stand with you in the US. 700 plus at candlelight vigil in Seattle last night! Parying for you.

Anonymous said...

News News News News News News News News News News

There are around 5000 protesters around Azady Sq. Plain cloth forces attack people with motorcycle and baton. They say people counter attacked and maybe they killed 2 or 3 plain cloth forces.

Anonymous said...

In spite of our "words matter" say-nothing president, we Americans support you too. We're not interested in Real Politik. We're interested in freedom and democracy for all. God's speed. Blessings on everyone.

bt said...

Iran - blogowanie Live po polsku Iran Live in Polish

Anonymous said...

Stand strong and keep on fighting! My heart and all my thoughts are with you people in Iran. God bless you. Regards from Germany!

FOTH said...

Thailand here !

Firmly standing for freedom, regardless for whom and where....

Shame on those preaching the words of the Prophet, yet breaking every and each of his intentions !

Stay Strong!!

Anonymous said...

god bless you - stay strong and don't give up!!!

we pray for each of you

Anonymous said...

News News News News News News News News News News News News News News News

Special forces show no mercy to no one, even pregnant and old people and children with their parents around Azadi Sq.

mlsline said...

You are so brave. The whole world is watching with awe, hope and in solidarity with you. We are all praying for you and for your success.

Anonymous said...

Iran Iran baraye hamishe! stop killing the innocent ppl. Because they donot want to believe blind.

Anonymous said...

News News News News News News News News News News News News News News News News News News News News News News News News News

Azadi Sq and Azadi St are the hot spot, there is a huge crowd of protesters in there.

Anonymous said...

Iranians in Malaysian are with you.

Anonymous said...

Stay strong - we support you all the way. May God help you in your struggle!

From The City of Brotherly Love
Philadelphia, PA , USA


Anonymous said...

The bravest people and the bravest women.

Don't lose your thoughts, stay calm.

Praying the police will choose not to harm their brothers and sisters.

Anonymous said...

News News News News News News News News News News News News News News News

The people are stronger than ever, old and young, student and others are all together on streets. We stand together, fall with each other.

People shout "I will kill, he who killed my brother".

Robbiesan said...

I'm glued to the internet and tv. I hope and pray that this is the revolution which will free Iran, like the iron curtain has fallen twenty years ago. All the best, my love and prayers to the suffering Iranian people,

Rob, the Netherlands ( Holland)

Anonymous said...

my god I am so worried, please be careful!
France is with you, we admire your strength and your courage
shame on Ahmadinejad and his puppets !

Anonymous said...

The people of the world are watching, your fight for freedom is not in vain! We are with the people of Iran.

Anonymous said...

so many of my friends and family are following your blog. thank you so much for the constant updates. it is not in vain!

Anonymous said...

Khamenei says its cheaper and better to kill and injure protestors rather then hold a re-election.
Free and democratic goevernment, my arse!

Anonymous said...

my prays are with you.

Anonymous said...

all the israel people are with you .
hope you have it your way .

Anonymous said...

Our tears are yours. Stay strong!

Anonymous said...

God bless u, for doing what is best for your people and future generationd of iranians, this fight is not just about you but the iran your children will inherit . Your fight is a noble one and brave at best. God bless u all and God Bless Iran ..


Anonymous said...

brave people died for their rights. may every single iranian all over the world notice what the youth is being through right now.
support the movement! go out everywhere and informe outstanding people whats happening in our country.

Gogi said...

Hi, Euroooope... ))) Are you watching a football match? Go home and prepare supper from you plastic frozen fastfood. ))))

Anonymous said...





Anonymous said...

dastet dard nakone vase in safe, karet alliee! ALAHO AKBAR!!!

Anonymous said...

Montreal supports you. With your actions today you will live forever.

Think about it:

If over 60% of Iranian voted for
the current President, where are these supporters other than paid armed thugs? Answer they do not exist.

Why is the current President hiding like a coward behind others?

Why are the world's muslims not marching in the streets supporting
their brothers in this hour of need?

Anonymous said...

The people of Greece is with you! Keep on fighting! Let the blood that has already been shed bring freedom and democracy!


Anonymous said...

God Bless Iranians.

Fight for your freedom and that of Iran's future generations. The whole world is watching and praying for you. Just don't give up until freedom comes.

A well wisher from Chicago, USA

June 20, 2009 10 AM

Anonymous said...

keep fighting until you get motherfucker Khamenei off power .

we want peace .

we bless you from israel .

keep fighting !!!

Anonymous said...

We are with you, and we are not only watching:

17:53 Thousands gather in France to back Iran protesters (AP)

we back you!

Laurent, France

Doris said...

People of Iran: The world is reading your comments, watching your videos and supporting you completely.
Support from Munich, Germany

Anonymous said...

Please be safe. My President said "The world is watching!" America is with you!!!! You are a beautiful and strong people and I applaud you for what you are fighting for......Our prayers are with you!!!!

Anonymous said...

Georgia is with U, keep fighting guys, U are heroes, throw down an old antiquated brutal regime, all you young fellows need -is democratic live and freedom.

Go On Guys!!!!!!!!!!

Alex said...

Thank you for your reports. This is huge.
Christians in Germany are praying for peace and freedom in Iran. God bless you.

Anonymous said...

where are the last posts???
abaut helicopters and shootings??

Anonymous said...

May we all live free of religious tyranny.

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

Admiring your bravery and your fight for justice, in solidarity - citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Hillbilly Fairy said...

People Have the Power

I was dreaming in my dreaming
of an aspect bright and fair
and my sleeping it was broken
but my dream it lingered near
in the form of shining valleys
where the pure air recognized
and my senses newly opened
I awakened to the cry
that the people / have the power
to redeem / the work of fools
upon the meek / the graces shower
it's decreed / the people rule

The people have the power
The people have the power
The people have the power
The people have the power

Vengeful aspects became suspect
and bending low as if to hear
and the armies ceased advancing
because the people had their ear
and the shepherds and the soldiers
lay beneath the stars
exchanging visions
and laying arms
to waste / in the dust
in the form of / shining valleys
where the pure air / recognized
and my senses / newly opened
I awakened / to the cry


Where there were deserts
I saw fountains
like cream the waters rise
and we strolled there together
with none to laugh or criticize
and the leopard
and the lamb
lay together truly bound
I was hoping in my hoping
to recall what I had found
I was dreaming in my dreaming
god knows / a purer view
as I surrender to my sleeping
I commit my dream to you


The power to dream / to rule
to wrestle the world from fools
it's decreed the people rule
it's decreed the people rule
I believe everything we dream
can come to pass through our union
we can turn the world around
we can turn the earth's revolution
we have the power
People have the power ...
-Patti Smith

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

The Supreme Leader has lost his credibility, by aligning himself too closely with Ahmadinejad. The people are very brave to stand up against these brutal forces. My heart goes out to you!

From New York

Tom said...

Saeed, is there real left-wing organisation going on? I mean a proper left alternative. Mousavi is not a real alternative.

Anonymous said...

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bonds which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. That whenever any form of government becomes destructive to these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their future security.

Anonymous said...

latest is that Ahamadinejad and Khameneie will be ending up in Venezuela by the end of the week.

Anonymous said...

from Uruguay, young people of the world are all with you ! viva la Revolucion ! down with the tyrants and false democrats!! Viva Saeed!!!
we are all proud of you all Young Iranians!!

Anonymous said...

what happened to the posts? everything after 7:08 disappeared, then returned up to 7:22 . Are the posts being bblocked and deleted?

Anonymous said...

Our hearts are with you. We pray for you in your quest for liberty.

God bless and protect you and lead you to freedom over tyranny!

Anonymous said...

Be brave, Be proud, Be strong! Do Not allow them to win, better you die on your feet than on your kness bowing to them. May God Bless you in life and death.

Anonymous said...

How sad to see unarmed people being slaughtered. Khomeni is at war with his people. Hope, he will be eventually arrested and tried as a criminal and the dictator.
Iranians are victims of theocracy.
Hope, you will eventually get rid of theocracy and sooner establish the truly democratic Governement. where church is separated from the State, as it should. Wishing you the best and admiring your courage, from Russia.

Anonymous said...

How sad to see unarmed people being slaughtered. Khomeni is at war with his people. Hope, he will be eventually arrested and tried as a criminal and the dictator.
Iranians are victims of theocracy.
Hope, you will eventually get rid of theocracy and sooner establish the truly democratic Governement. where church is separated from the State, as it should. Wishing you the best and admiring your courage, from Russia.

Anonymous said...

Best wishes from Antarctica. The Iranian people are an inspiration.

Mikael from Sweden said...

Be strong, be clever and be percistant - you will win. You are the greatest movement in the world.

Anonymous said...


Mousavi giving speech at head of Jayhoon avenue. Anyone can confirm?

Anonymous said...

I speak with faith,hope and strength from Malaysia.My sincere support is with all of the Iranians,especially now in Tehran.Im worried about my loved ones there.stay strong.

Anonymous said...

people from brazil supports you.

keep the revolution going. your beautifull country deserves more than those corrupt ayatolahs

Anonymous said...

News News News News News News News News News News News News News News News News News News News News News News News News News

Mousavi has given a speech at Jeyhoon Street in which he said: "We all go back to God." Once again this is difficult to impossible to verify at this stage.

Anonymous said...

Ahmadinejad has resigned? seen this here

Anonymous said...

This is CIA plot, with the help of their propaganda branch CNN!
We had something like this in Ukraine, now we have economy destroyed.

Anonymous said...

the last letter from a young iranian girl, who wants take part in the demonstrations

We are with you!

Anonymous said...

The bravery of the Iranian people brings tears to my eyes. May you be victorious in your struggle for true FREEDOM. God be with you all.

- A friend in the USA -

Anonymous said...

100% Solidarity with the Iranian people...I love you my brothers and sisters, know the whole world stands with you. Your cause is just and now is the time. Freedom will be yours...

From Texas and the USA with love

azadi eshgheman said...

Thank you for the great job! Keep postin please and please tell all your iranian friends that all the world is watching you and stands on your side!!!

Of course if you have any information about the casualties, please send to:
we need to honour our martyrs.

Andrew Robertson said...

For a better society - you are all so brave...whose streets...? Your Streets!

Anonymous said...

If I could quote from one of America's greatest leaders of civil rights, Martin Luther King, Jr.: "Freedom is never voluntarily given by the oppressor; it must be demanded by the oppressed."

My prayers and thoughts are with you.

Anonymous said...

re: CN/CS gas and water from watercannons containing CN/CS:

wash with lots of noncontaminated water, don't use lemon, vinegar etc. make sure you don't put any creams or fat on irritated skin parts as it will make things worse.

Anonymous said...

omidvaram ke mardom edame bedan be tazahorat va monafegh boodan.
Chizi ke khaili vahshatnake benazare man ettefaghie ke miofte age mardom dige tazahorat nakonand!! In akhunda che balahayi sare mardom miaran age mardom haghe khodesho nagire.

Anonymous said...

I have dear friends in the Iranian community in Long Island, New York. Learned a lot about Persian culture. Wonderful, cultivated, charming people. And now showing how brave they are in Iran. God go with you.

Friend in Richmond, Virginia, USA

Anonymous said...

Despite what our government does, Russian people are with you!

aria said...

Keep on fighting and keep on posting.

PLEASE, I urge everyone, in your country, in your city not to stop talking and reporting on these atrocities. They have been cracking down very hard on the demonstrators that's why you don't see ANY picture from the "main" rally.

Post and keep posting.

Anonymous said...

We, studants from Sao Paulo-Brazil, are praying for you!!!! God is at your side, the side of people, the rightness!

Shadowy Lady said...

Confirmed: Australian Embassy accepting injured: No. 13, 23rd Street, Khalid Islambuli Ave - Telephone+98 21 8872 4456

Anonymous said...

Looks like the whole world is against the satanic regime of Khomenie and Ahmadinajad. Arise the new democratic republic of Iran.

Anonymous said...


Ramiro Padilla, Guatemala said...

It could not been different. Your great persian heritage is imposing itself one more time. How refreshing it is for you, and the rest of the world, to see such a wonderful reawakening of your people. You have the potential of changing your lives and in so doing, make a better Iran and a better world. Get rid of the Mullahs and their obstrusivness!!!

PaulH said...

The new videos show the police retreating. The people are taking over the streets. Tonight (June 20)... Tehran will burn.

Anonymous said...

As an East German, the peaceful protests somehow remember me to what happened 20 years ago in Eastern Europe. I wish you and all Iranians soon can live without oppression. We look at your country and feel so proud of your strength and bravery!!

lino said...

I admire your courage to fight for freedom in such dangerous conditions! Support from Portugal.

Anonymous said...

I'm impressed by courage of Iranian people. Keep you God. Be careful.
From Russia.

Anonymous said...

please post more photos and video clips of the brutal crackdown by the regime. we need to send them to our brothers in the other cities in Iran.

Anonymous said...

Bomb Blast in Khomeini's shrine killed 2 wounded 8.

Anonymous said...

Breaking News
Breaking News
Breaking News
Breaking News

Mousavi now among demonstartors, assressing them:

" I am prepared to die"

" If they arrested me, go on strike"

People have overcome their fear and they are taking on the streets.

Plainclothes and anti-riot are fleeing and retreating.

Anonymous said...

Long live Khamanei! Long live the Islamic Republic!

I hope no-one gets hurt today, but you lost the election so trying to change things by brute force is not right!

Ali, Tehran, IRAN!

Anonymous said...

Fanatic Ahmadinejad is not the president of Iran, We have to bring down his website and other government websites who print lies in retaliation for their crackdown on truth.
We can bring down the websites by using this page( which sends refresh request to the servers every second and brings it down under traffic.
we have brought down Ahmadinejad website and other lie printing sites such as:

The remaining websites which have to come down are:

Open the link, write the name of these websites on the refresh link, change the time to 1 second and start. help the iranian people in their struggle for democracy. keep the windows open as long as you can and tell all.

PAGE REBOOT : automatically refresh any website
PAGE REBOOT allows you to continually refresh a website of your choice, which is great for watching the closing minutes of an eBay auction, making sure you don't miss the start of those ticket sales, and anything else you can think of.

Shadowy Lady said...

Ali from Tehran (I know u'r a fake government person!) - there will be a day you and dictators you're supporting, are killed in the hands of ppl of Iran. That day is not far, maybe you should take a history lesson.

Long life free ppl of Iran!

Anonymous said...

Where is the proof that the election was rigged?!

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