Regime Commandos & Hezbollah Thugs Pound Iranian Protesters
Four are dead from weekend protest violence in northwest Iran. Authorities called in the "Yegane Bizhe" special guard, which differs from other troops because of the cruelty it uses to suppress demonstrators...
But, still the protests continue!
SHAME ON THE WESTERN MEDIA! When 200 Islamist thugs are bused in from across the country by the Islamic Republic to hold a rally outside the Danish Embassy the western news medias (BBC, CNN, AFP, Reuters...) are quick to cover the story live on TV making it seem like Iranians are crazy fanatics!
When tens of thousands of Iranians come out denouncing that very same regime that is doing these kind of acts, condemning them for the oppressive rule!!! EVERYTHING GOES SILENT!
At least 2,000 Azeris protested in Tehran yesterday.
Iranian policemen try to disperse Azeri demonstrators holding up Farsi banners that read "Long live Azerbaijan" outside the culture ministry in Tehran. Four people have been killed and 43 others injured in northwest Iran during protests. (AFP)
Reports from Iran claim that thousands of Azeris are leaving the northwest for the capital to protest against the regime:
According to information from Iran, thousands of Azeri speaking people have left their homes in northwestern and western Iran to go for a mass protest in front of the clerical regime's parliament in Tehran.
This is happening as widespread anti-regime protests continue in Azeri speaking provinces in Iran. Some estimates put the figure over 10,000 who are on their way to Tehran.
In the meantime several hundred Azeri speaking students from universities in Tehran tried to stage a protest outside the mullahs' parliament today but they were stopped by security forces. Students were chanted anti-regime slogans.
Plus lots more. Wouldn’t it be something to find this with pic by Agence France Press — of Iranian policemen trying to disperse Azeri demonstrators holding up Farsi banners that read "Long live Azerbaijan" outside the culture ministry in Tehran — in tomorrow’s Chi Trib?