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Author Topic: Iran: a day in history  (Read 2770 times)
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« on: 16 June 2009, 21:47:31 »
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June 2009

Crowds go on the streets to demonstrate...

Still, I was amazed when I heard the news. People on the streets in Teheran, demonstrating for democrazy!

Teheran Blog: http://tehranlive.org/

What will happen?
What will be the result?
Will this just die and fade away?


MSNBC report

Was the re-election 1 step too far for the city people?


demonstrators-police clash


BBC report, all kinds of police are active

The last days have been 12hr days so I didn't have the time to write a full report.
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« Reply #1 on: 16 June 2009, 21:53:13 »
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source: http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2009/06/irans_disputed_election.html

















































































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« Reply #2 on: 17 June 2009, 22:58:19 »
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Actually, you can help if you wish to:

They are lacking comps for DOS attacks on government sites as comp owners are getting raided since today, you could volunteer and let your machine to them (email me if you are interested).

Even if meant totally interest free this is a two-sided coin, though: Foreigners involved might weaken the cause politically while strengthening it physically, so its a tough decision.

The potential downside for yourself straightaway:

You will be in the sights (data lists) of the Iranian government (but, if there are many, you might be able to get away not getting recognized as serious threat in the mass and they wont bother to connect your IP to a physical address)...

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« Reply #3 on: 18 June 2009, 02:21:19 »
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I would remind all Americans who wish to participate in assisting the Iranians in their hour of need, you risk giving the regime in power, evidence of American participation in their troubles, which is exactly what they would love to have. I therefore, will stick to praying that they have the strength to hang tough, through the hell that may soon be unleashed on them. And hope there are enough non-americans out there who can carry this torch.

Power to the People.

If by chance this post offends someone, my apologies...just go ahead and make it disappear...

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