Thursday, June 18, 2009

Iran Election: Rally in respect of people who killed in violence




June 18, 2009 huge crowds of people wearing black rallied silently and mourned in remembrance of those who killed in early week violence by Basij militia. Mousvai was in the rally and gave a short speech.

People stood in an infamous Square in Tehran, some had black candles, some flowers, some had their green armbands but all were silent and mourning.

4 comments:

  1. Thank you for your continued updates. You are providing a platform not only for your own thoughts but also serving as a link to other blogs, pictures, and videos.
    Do you think the continued momentum of the protests will force your leaders to hold a new election? Or are they still hoping that a combination of time, violence, and fear will enable them to leave the results of the current election to stay unchanged?
    Also I agree that this is ultimately a question for the Iranian people (after all Iran is not North Korea or Iraq under Saddam Hussein - it is possible, although dangerous, to hold large anti-government demonstrations). But what is your view in non-Iranians taking part in protests in other countries? Should only Iranians take part or should everybody who supports the Mousavi side (Iranian or not) take part. In other words, if I was to attend a demonstration in Ireland would I be interfering in the internal politics of another country?

    http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/breaking/2009/0618/breaking22.htm

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  2. AFARIN BAR SHOMAHA.
    PLEASE THE HOLE SYSTEM IS CURUPT ,KILLER AND SHIT.
    YOU CAN DO .
    DONT LISTEN TO KHAMENEI, OR OTHERS , BRING THE SYSTEM DOWN.
    MAKE IRAN FREE OF MOLLA.
    LONG LIVE ALL OF YOU .
    ALL IRANIAN OUTSIDE SUPPORT YOU.

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  3. Thank you for being a link to the struggle of the Iranian people. May it be a successful struggle and worth the price some are paying.

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  4. The Iranian people have a rare moment in history to change the course of their nation's future. You can become an example to a world looking for a way to settle differences in a peaceful way -- be brave. Determine your own future through the voice of the people but if you must, make the sacrifice now for your children and the long bright future ahead for such a strong and intelligent people.

    Don Moo
    U.S.A.

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