Friday, June 19, 2009

People in iran have hope,hope for a better world!



Latest news from iran
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>>>Hundreds of students from universities in Tehran, Esfahan, Shiraz and many other cities have been arrested in recent days.

Agents of theIslamic Republic’ notorious Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) and their liaison center on campus, or herasat office, late on Tuesday raided the dormitory for female students at Abu-Ali Sina University in Hamedan. They assaulted the female students and arrested a number of them, dragging them on the ground into vehicles belonging to the MOIS. In another raid on the university earlier in the evening a number of other students were arrested.

More than 30 students have thus far been arrested at this university.



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University students across Iran, and the general population, pressed ahead with a fifth day of protests against the religious dictatorship on Wednesday.

University students and residents of Esfahan clashed with suppressive forces in Chaharbagh Street at 10 pm (local time). A number of students were killed or injured. The protestors shattered the windows of the city’s Revolutionary Court.

Students from the University of Ahwaz pressed ahead on Wednesday with their sit-in and protest, chanting “death to the dictator” and “Today is a day of mourning; valiant Iranians are mourning today”. A number of university professors joined their protest.

Students from the University of Tabriz protested against the barbaric raid on the dormitory of Tehran University by the suppressive forces. The protest took place despite suppressive forces having besieged Tabriz University for the past three days. The regime’s officials on campus announced on the third day of the protest that the university is being closed for one month and that students must leave the dormitory.

Students at the University of Mashhad on Wednesday protested, chanting “The IRGC rigs the vote, the leader lends support” [In reference to the support by the Islamic Republic’ Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei for election-rigging by the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC)] and “We don’t want an appointed government”. A large number of students were arrested during the protest.



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A large number of residents of Tehran gathered in Toopkhaneh Square at 4 pm (local time) on Thursday to commemorate the “martyrdom” of those killed in recent days in Tehran and other cities during the nationwide uprising.

The crowds poured on to Saadi, Naser-Khosro and Laleh-Zar streets before converging on Toopkhaneh Square, with the number of protesters continuously increasing.

From Toopkhaneh Square, the protestors are marching towards Enghelab Square. Most of the protestors are dressed in black in memory of those killed, and some have banners reading: “What was the crime for which they were killed?” and “I will kill those who killed my brother”.



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At least 43 people have been killed by agents of the Revolutionary Guards, anti-riot force and other suppressive forces during the first five days of the people's nationwide uprising.

Thirty of these people were killed in Tehran while 13 others died in other cities including Esfahan, Shiraz, Mashhad, Yazd,kermanshah and Khorram-Abad. Among them were minors and elderly mothers.

>>>Medical staff at Hezar-Takhtekhabi Hospital in Tehran have gone on strike against the kidnapping of those injured in the nationwide uprising.

Agents of the suppressive forces have for the past several days besieged the hospital and kidnapped those injured and transferred them to prison without prior treatment.

Following the nationwide uprising and the regime’s barbaric actions toward the people, nothing can justify negotiating with and appeasing this medieval regime. The time has come for the international community to sever ties and impose comprehensive sanctions against the regime immediately.











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20 comments:

Mina said...

I try to keep up with your daily posts. Thank you for the pictures and updates. It sounds as if the people are making progress. It is sad to think that someone has to die in the name of freedom.

Anonymous said...

Fantastic site! Thank you for the truth and perspective.

max said...

‘There is no easy walk to freedom anywhere and many of us will have to pass through the valley of the shadow of death again and again before we reach the mountain tops of our desires.’

PLEASE!! dont give up!!

the world is proud of the irani people!

Anonymous said...

les deseo la major suerte en su lucha contra el tirano

vivek said...

asalaam walaikum

really brave of you brother, to blog about the daily happenings...keep supporting the struggle for your rights...
thanks for doing this wonderful service...

regards from india...

Meg said...

Good luck!

Carolyn Schuk said...

You are in my thoughts and prayer and tears -- I am humbled by your courage. God go with you.

Anonymous said...

God bless you!

Manuel said...

Best wishes from germany...i actually am german and im following the events and demonstrations in your country very carefully. Keep it up and good luck in your struggle for freedom...

azadi eshgheman said...

Fantastic. Thank you for everything. It makes me cry, but it is necessary. Please movazebe khodet bash and keep posting. I set up a site where I can gather all the known names of killed injured and jailed: http://iranbodycount.blogspot.com

I will keep my lists updated.

Anonymous said...

fight for your rights

Norwegian said...

I have the utmost respect for you and all the freedom loving people in Iran!

Anonymous said...

God bless you all! Know that the world is watching and sending you all energy and love and protection!

You are all a great inspiration to everyone!

DCO in Sacramento

JOHN USA said...

MAY GOD BE WITH YOU ALL,DONT GIVE UP,FREEDOM CAN BE YOURS.THE PRICE WILL BE HIGH,BUT YOU MUST STAND UP FOR WHAT YOU BELIEVE IN.YOU ALL ARE IN MY THOUGHTS EVERYDAY.KEEP FIGHTING FOR YOUR FREEDOM

Anonymous said...

why aren't there any updates since 1 c'clock? hope everybody's doin' fine....

Anonymous said...

all of you being crazy that do this silly things you are awfully crazyبی شعورای احمق کشور ما بهترین کشور و شما یه مشت بچه سوسول خر که هیچی حالیتون نیست مثل گاو افتادین و آزادی!!!!!!بیشتر حیوانی میخواین خاک تو سر اون میرحسین و کروبی با شما منافقین از خدا بیخبر

Judith said...

People who truly love freedom understand the Iranians completely. Too many American tolerate an unresponsive government here. Don't make waves is tearing freedom right out of our hands. I would rather be as the Iranians out there saying, "Give me liberty or give me death" than to hear anymore "don't make waves" comments.

Who are these Americans?

Anonymous said...

I hope you're fine 'cause I don't see updates.
Your battle for freedom is a brave battle.
NO TO ALL TEOCRATIC SYSTEMS!!!
El pueblo unido jamas serà vencido

Judith said...

Now Ali Larijani has baited the U.S. President as well as other western world leaders with "avoid meddling with Iran’s domestic affairs and doing things that makes Iran respond in other fields."

Obama will probably not say more now because no doubt they are looking an excuse to show us all what they can do and no one wants them to take it on Iranians.

Stay strong and know that we support you no matter how they threaten.

Judith said...

Iran's parliament speaker also spoke of a thorough investigation of the election to "convince the protestors that their complaints will be thoroughly looked into". Here in the U.S. such promises are nearly always empty. We have seen your spirit. Don't let them break it.

 
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