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Protestors clash with suppressive forces leading to hundreds of injuries

Discussion in 'Middle Eastern Politics' started by jsmahmadi, Jun 22, 2009.

  1. jsmahmadi

    jsmahmadi Member

    Jun 7, 2009
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    According to information obtained from Tehran, large crowds across Tehran have flooded Enghelab Square and are headed to gather at Azadi Square. People have also joined the protestors from the city of Karaj.
    State Security Force (SSF) agents, members of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), and plain-clothes agents have taken positions in close proximity to each other along the path of the protest. The regime’s suppressive forces have clashed with protestors, injuring a large number of them in the process.
    The agents used water-spraying vehicles and anti-riot equipment, including tear gas, in order to disperse the protestors.
    The mullahs’ regime has also cut off the mobile network and people cannot contact one another.
    The Iranian people’s nationwide protests fall on the 28th anniversary of June 20th, which began the Iranian people’s resistance against the religious fascism ruling Iran.
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    ASPCA4EVER Well-Known Member

    Apr 9, 2009
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    Land of the JAYHAWKS-ROCK CHOCK Jayhawk, KU
    My thoughts/hopes/heart go out to those brave, very brave Iranian people...
    Now that technology has allowed the masses to hear/view/speak about the world and they (the masses) want their country to be bigger/better then it has been...I hope that they {the elected officials} turn their minds & hearts to what would be the best for this country instead of the 'control' for this country!

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