Friday, August 4, 2006

Protests

I am hearing that there are some plans for protests in Tehran against the regime and its mistreatment of political prisoners, especially the recent murder of another prisoner in the hands of the mullahs.

Clock is ticking for the regime!

6 comments:

Chester said...

Speaking of protests, there's also supposed to be a big pro-hezballah/anti-Israel protest march in Iraq today headed by al Sadr/Iran.

monica zandi said...

yeah i saw footage of that on tv today...they were burning the american flag and pics of bush -quite absurd bc saddam would have never allowed thousands of shiites to march in the streets with guns oh well on the other hand the protest took place in a very fundementalist shiite neighboorhood so i guess that goes to show that this protest in no way represents a majority of iraqi views...

آهو said...

I heard an Interview with Nasreen Mohamadi( Akbar Mohamadi’s) sister the other night. It was really sad. Akbar mohamadi was tortured to death. Nasreen Mohadi also said that Shireen Abadi REFUESED to support Akbar Mohamadi! Some Noble Peace prizewinner we got! I’m a Jew, but with all honestly what is going on in Evin’s 350 cells is way worse than Auschwitz.

Winston said...

Ahoo, thanks for stopping by.

It's unfortunate that you quit blogging.

Rosemary said...

I doubt very much that these little punks would continue to protest if the news and the cameras were not there.

Where are the cameras for the Women's Right March in Tehran? How about the protests in Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, etc?

The press can go to hell where they belong for desert their jobs and allowing this massacre take place...just because it was easier...just because they hate President Bush.

Shame is their rightful reward.

monica zandi said...

well the press in Iran are NOT ALLOWED to film protests against the regime. the footage you see on the internet and stuff are from the students themselves filming from their apt buildings. its a backwards media over there.