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Great pictures! What a brave people.
Absolutely amazing shots and coverage. You are our heroe, Saeed.Thank you SO MUCH for your bravery. We are happy that you are safe and hope that none of your friends were hurt or arrested.In Solidarity!
They shouldn't be burning garbage cans and destroying properties. It's very counter productive and drive the sympathizers away. They should simply march.
I hope you will get some sleep now!
http://twitblogs.com/MikVerbrugge/2009/07/10/iranelection-coups-motivations--cover-up-of-the-biggest-Some interesting background info
Saeed, Thank you for the excellence of your reporting. Recently I contacted a telecoms networking expert I know and he's started to take an interest in Iran. Here's something he's just posted: http://tinyurl.com/mw8q3mI have passed this along to a couple webmasters here in the western U.S. We'll continue to do what we can to help out. Thanks for all you do!
Zadig from Italy.I'm reading your blog everyday.My solidarity to the brave people of Iran fighting for freedom; I'm thinking what we could do to help you concretely.
they are burning garbage cans to counter the effects of the tear gas
Uh ... a large rabble with burning garbage bins just creating noise and confusion .... looks more like the family, friends and relatives of the opposition party with maybe a few others doing their best to make it look like "Iran is fighting for freedom" .... like what a few hundred people at the maximum .. !? and whats with the burning garbage???? and pushing it into traffic????? great way to show your morality ... huh?
To the anonymous person above - Uh...a large rabble... you must be one of those bacheh akhoonds who is worried his days are coming to an end. If you don't see the kind of courage it takes to even set a trash can on fire in front of your basij and pasdaran friends, then you are a stupid bacheh akhoond - and a coward one I might add.
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