Saturday, June 3, 2006

Latest Pictures of Iran's Protests




Hundreds of brave Iranian students of University of Amir Kabir (formerly known as Poly-Technic) rallied in support of the three student movement leaders who went missing since May 25th and are believed to be held at an Islamic Revolutionary prison in Tehran.

They want their comrades to be released. Meanwhile according to this Persian weblog the number of student leaders missing is now standing at 3. Yashar Ghajar, Abed Tavancheh and Hooman Kazemi are the three brave leaders who were taken into custody by the regime's security forces.

Please spread the word and help secure their safety and freedom.

BTW- The graffiti on the wall (first image) reads: Death to Islamic Dictator

My latest update on Western Standard's weblog

Pajamas Media

Radio Free Europe on Iran's protests

4 comments:

shlemazl said...

Great blog

Papa Ray said...

Read these and the comments (I left a couple, but the most likely will not be posted).


What are these commentors talking about? With divisions and deversions like these, Iran will never be able to overthrow the government. Or am I wrong?

Papa Ray
West Texas
USA

Rosemary said...

Thank you, Winston. I have a friend in Iran whose last name is Ghajar, so I sent him the Persian link. I don't know if they are related, but just in case.

He has to be careful, because he is a reporter. Or at least he used to be. I was helping him with English. He is a pretty good writer! Here is his link: Ghajar. I have no idea what it says, but oh well. lol.

Thanks for the update. I will pass it on. Have a good day.

Aryamehr said...

Keep it up!