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07 Dec 2009 19:036 Comments

Oil Money spent on Basiji

16th Azar dec.07.09

Sharif University

Student gathering behind Sharif's main entrance

Amirkabir, پول بالابردن برای بسیج

شکستن در دانشگاه، با فریاد مرگ بر دیکتاتور. درب چهار راه دانشجو (خیابان ولی عصر)

فیلمبرداری مزدوران مقابل دانشگاه شریف 16 آذر سبز

People demonstrating by street of Tehran Univ

Hormozgan Univ

Ilam Univ

Karaj Univ

Shiraz 16Azar-Yare Dabestani صدای تیراندازی

Shiraz 16Azar - Eram SQ

High school protest

سرود یار دبستانی دانشجویان در جلسه سخنرانی جلایی پور دانشگاه شهید بهشتی

Azad University of Kermanshah

Gilan Uni, Dec 7

Razi Unvi, Kermanshah

Faeze Hashemi in Azad University, Olum va Tahghighat branch

Azad University, Olum va Tahghighat branch 1

Azad University, Olum va Tahghighat branch 2

Najafabad Univ

Mahshhad

Kerman Uni

Azad University, Tehran Shomal

Esfahan Univ

Tehran

Polytech University students break down gates then chant, "Come on in,
come on in" to those waiting outside.

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Shahid Beheshti University

In this video, protesters chant, "Dictator, Dictator, this is your
last warning! The Green Movement is ready to rise!

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Amir Kabir Univ

In a symbolic gesture, students wave money to "Basiji mercenaries."

Iran University of Science and Technnology

Chanting: Basiji shame! Let go of the university!

Kerman

Chants include, "Freedom, Freedom, Freedom," and "Bribed brother, take
away Ahmadi[nejad]."

Mashhad

Ahwaz

Qasvin

Sign says "The University is Alive."

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6 Comments

I know you are out there in the protests, my friend who I cannot name here. I pray for your safety on all days, and at the same time, especially on days like this.

May you survive, may you heal, and may the freedom you are reaching for be achieved.

And I pray this for everyone in the protests, even knowing that for
some of you, worse things may be happening. Yet it is not what I wish for you. I wish you freedom, followed by peace.

Bless you all very much, Peg

Peg / December 7, 2009 10:44 PM

GO ON!!!

FREEDOM / December 8, 2009 3:21 AM

Proud to be an Iranian-American. The courage if the Iranian people is inspiring.

May we all see a free Iran soon.

Proud / December 8, 2009 4:30 AM

"May we all see a free Iran soon."

It better said May we all see Iran free of Islam.

gooya / December 8, 2009 8:30 AM

Magnificent!

Kiana / December 8, 2009 6:17 PM

In my city, Baltimore, The Iranian community is very large and active. I have a lot of friends who came from Iran long time ago and recently. Farci language is common in local businesses and all around. What happend in Iran now shows the changes are becoming real. Even the dictatorial intentions of president Ahmadinejad are not able to stop it. May God supports the fighters. May the terror stops and democracy returns to the country.

Matti

Matti / December 9, 2009 7:16 AM