Latest protests

Most recent/important videos on the June Uprising

"Outside My Door," Someone visiting Iran has made a video clip of the second night after the protests just outside her house:

Very clear footage of Tehran, Vali e Asr Ave, on the eve of elections:

Dortmund, Germany:

Vienna, Austria:

Bucharest, Romania

Athens, Greece:

Berlin, Germany:

Sidewalk confrontation between crowd and police, Tehran, July 3:

"Allah o Akbar" night time, Shemiran, July 5:

Man shot in the head, Tehran:

Oh My! This is lovely! Watch these Americans in Montana celebrate 4th of July, wearing green in solidarity with Iranians' quest for freedom. Very touching, gave me goosebumps!:

Tehran a few hours after election results were announced:

How Ferdowsi went "green" during the demonstrations:

Isfahan, police beat up a young man:

"Daneshjoo mimirad, zellat nemipazirad", Kashan University protests, July 4:

Police destroy satellite dishes, Tehran, July 1:

Los Angeles, June 28th, 2009:

Mainz, Germany:

10-year-old boy shot by basijis while out on Gandhi Avenue with his father. He died later. This is horrible:

Riot police shooting paint ball bullets at crowd. An explosion is heard:

July 2nd, police attack one young man:

Thursday, July 3rd, relatives of those killed during the recent protests gather in Behesht e Zahra:

Tehran, June 28th (according to clip), protesters and police:

St. Louis, Missouri:

Toronto, cycling rally in solidarity with Iranians:

Mohsen Makhmalbaf speaks at a Paris rally, June 26th:

Thugs attack demonstrators, Tehran:

Running from danger, Tehran:


* Sound of gunfire
* Street battles
* Helsinki, Finland
* Adelaide, Australia
* Police destroy people's property
* Woman dares riot police to hit her
* Tehran, Allah o Akbar
* Streets of Tehran
* Riot police destroy private property
* Qoba Mosque: "Marg bar dictator"
* Police harass and attack people
* Riot police arrive Qoba Mosque
* Rooftop chanting
* Paris protests
* Darmstadt, Germany
* Protests in London
* Human chain in Toronto
* Denver, Colorado
* Demonstrator shot by basij
* Tehran University students protest
* Police use tear gas to disperse crowd
* Tehran street clashes
* Khamenei's picture on fire
* Iranians marching in Montreal
* Angry crowd resolutely yells "Allah o Akbar"
* "Marg bar dictator"
* "Ya Hossein, Mir Hossein"
* Karoubi among protesters (1)
* Karoubi among protesters (2)
* "Irani meemeerad, zellat nemipazeerad"
* "Marg bar dictator"
* "Beheshti, kojaee? Mousavi tanha shodeh"
* Mousavi addresses crowd
* Crowd chants for Karoubi and Mousavi
* Allah o Akbar in the dark
* "Natarseem Natarseem"
* Basiji shooting at people from a rooftop
* Tulsa, Oaklahoma
* Tokyo, Japan
* Las Cruces, New Mexico
* Greenlake, Seattle, Washington
* Constant shooting, people shot
* Police beat up protester
* People throw stones at police
* Neda Salehi Agha Soltan's grave
* Candlelight vigil for martyrs in front of Tehran University
* Funny song against Ahmadinejad
* Protesters prevent attack on police
* Salt Lake City, Utah: Actress Alyssa Milano and actor Chris Gorham attended
* Canberra, Australia
* Auckland, New Zealand
* Colombus Circle, NYC, Amnesty International
* Coquitlam, Canada: Mayor speaks
* San Jose, California
* Christchurch, New Zealand
* Frankfurt, Germany
* Maastricht, Netherlands
* Prague, Czech Republic
* Cyprus protests
* "Dolat e koodeta, estefa estefa"
* Demonstrators shot
* Amsterdam, the Netherlands
* Milwaukee, Wisconsin
* Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco
* Silent Night in Western Ontario
* Frankfurt, Germany
* Bremen, Germany
* Copenhagen, Denmark
* Basle, Switzerland
* Man shot as crowd charge forward
* Basijis firing into crowd
* Protesters beaten, Baharestan
* Athens, Greece
* Berlin, Germany
* Las Vegas, Nevada
* Bern, Switzerland
* Lusanne, Switzerland
* Munich, Germany
* Camp Ashraf for Neda
* Dublin, Ireland
* Seoul, Sout Korea
* Miami, Florida
* Cardiff, UK
* Warsaw, Poland
* Washing DC, Dupont Circle
* Coppenhagen, Denmark
* Denver, Colorado
* Clashes, Baharestan
* Baharestan, police
* Regime thugs attack homes, cars
* Green balloons around the world
* Tehran chaos
* Truck slams into demonstrators
* Protesters affected by gas attack
* "Scream of Silence"
* Rasht
* Saghez, Kurdistan
* New York, New York
* Leeds, UK
* Hanover, Germany
* Peaceful Tehran demonstration
* People move injured protester
* Glendale, California
* Basiji captured, let go
* Man is shot dead
* Protesters charging at police
* Fighting intensifies
* "Marg bar Jomhoori-e Eslami"
* Shots fired at Tehran crowd
* People escaping bullets
* Kermanshah
* Bandar Abbas night time
* Woman injured, Isfahan
* Tense air in Rasht
* Ahvaz, Khuzestan
* Another man killed
* Amazing confrontation with police
* Man shot in Tehran
* Protesters setting up barricades
* Tel Aviv, Israel
* San Francisco, California
* San Diego, California
* Toronto, Canada
* Dallas, Texas
* Washington, DC, White House
* Cologne, Germany
* Windsor, Canada
* Oslo, Norway
* Candlelight vigil in Austin, Texas
* Silent vigil, Vancouver, Canada
* Hague, Netherlands
* Atlanta, Georgia
* Police attack crowd at Tehran University entrance
* Badly injured man
* Young man cries by pool of blood
* Firing shots
* Five policemen beat one protester
* Pro and Anti-Ahmadinejad crowds
* Outside Tehran University
* Azadi Square march
* Road blocks by police, Azadi Square
* "Marg bar Jomhooriye Eslami, Marg bar basiji"
* Military show off on Tehran street
* Makeshift first aid station
* 7 Tir Square protests
* Young woman beaten by police
* Baharestan, Allah o Akbar
* Tabriz: "Azarbaijan jonbesh kon"
* Shiraz protests
* Sports complex turned into a military garrison
* Protesters gather
* Defiant people kept from leaving an alley
* Reza Pahlavi joins demonstrations
* Two injured by basijis
* Protesters celebrating
* 7-year old boy beaten
* Tehran people throw stones at the guards
* Tehran: Man shot dead
* Young man shot dead
* Allah o Akbar at night in Shemiran
* Police car in blaze
* Tehran: Azadi Square
* Tehran: Valie Asr Square
* Tehran: Gandhi Avenue
* Babol demonstrations, 4 parts
* Security forces making arrests
* Crowd charging biker police, Vanak
* Attack on residential complex
* More helicopter spraying
* Protest in Tehran (at Forsat Street)
* Basijis attack protestors and break into homes
* Shiraz protests
* Isfahan, injured students
* Tehran, men unconscious or dying
* Man killed
* Protests contnue
* Neda Agha Soltan shot in Tehran
* One person killed in gun shooting in Tehran
* Memorial service for Hossein Tahmasebi
* San Francisco protests
* Man shot in Tehran
* Isfahan, injured protestors
* Oroumieh: Man is killed (?)
* Charlotte, North Carolina
* San Jose, California
* Nashville, Tennessee
* Stockholm, Sweden
* Zahedan, "Nirooye Eftezahee!"
* Ahvaz
* Abadan: Woman shot
* Khorramabad, Lorestan
* Portland, Oregon
* Alboquerque, New Mexico
* Seattle, Washington (1)
* Seattle, Washington (2)
* Protester shot in front of Basij station
* Los Angeles protests
* LA Iranians fighting over flags
* Orange County protests
* Protests Munich, Germany
* Washington DC protests
* Sacramento protests
* New York City protests
* Austin, Texas
* "Day of Mourning" march, Tehran
* From Isfahan rooftops shouting "Allah-o-Akbar"
* Tehran "Million Silent March" (1)
* Tehran "Million Silent March" (2)
* "Toop, Tank, Basiji Deegar Asar Nadaarad!"
* Protester killed by police
* Isfahan, several wounded protesters
* Orumiyeh protests
* Koln, Germany: "Iraniye ba gheyrat, hemayat! Hemayat!"
* Protest in Gothenburg, Sweden
* Protest in Glasgow, Scotland
* London: "Een Entekhabe Maa Neest"
* Houston, Texas, demonstration
* Massive Tehran demonstration
* Sari: "Taghalob, Taghalob, Taghalob!"
* Yazd University students
* Qazvin Azad University students
* Man shot during demonstration
* Protesters in front of Iranian embassy in London
* Tehran, Vali Asr: Incredible demonstration
* Tehran: Police car set on fire
* Isfahan: "Atal Matal Tootooleh, Diktatore Kootooleh"
* Several shot in Tehran alley
* Protest gathering in Kerman
* Massive demonstration in Isfahan
* Pro-Ahmadinejad rally
* Wounded Tehran University students
* Takhte Tavoos protests
* Wounded students at Isfahan University (1)
* Wounded students at Isfahan University (2)
* Shiraz: "Marg bar Diktator"
* Man shot near Azadi sqaure
* Basiji shoots at protesters
* People marching in Shiraz
* Demonstrations in Isfahan
* Tehran Metro protest ;o)
* Tehran crowd shouting pro-Mousavi slogans
* Police beat people
* Demonstration in Dubai
* Demonstrations in Hamburg
* Sobhan housing complex in Tehran attacked (1)
* Sobhan housing complex in Tehran attacked (2)
* Shiraz crowd burn police motorcycle
* Tehran University dorm attacked
* Isfahan protester shot dead
* Crowd carrying wounded man
* Man shot, put in ambulance
* Basijis shooting at crowd
* Shot at Azadi
* Protester beaten inside home
* Jam e Jam rally
* Girl shot in Tehran
* Hospital staff walk out (1)
* Hospital staff walk out (2)
* Security forces, crowds in Rasht
* Bandar Abbas, transporting detained protesters, June 15
* Basiji fires at angry demonstrators



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I think they have lost touch

by madalinar on

I think they have lost touch with reality, and this is a great plan to keep long-term IRI to power. I saw one a story in a national television in Bucharest, where all the
people interviewed believed that thirst for blood and corruption are
responsible for destroying Islam.

Kaveh Nouraee

You? Run a Show?

by Kaveh Nouraee on

A freakshow? A sideshow?

You want a job? E-mail me your resume.

And a note from your psychiatrist that you're capable of operating electronic devices and heavy equipment.

Otherwise, get lost you psycho.


To Fair

by Nifky (not verified) on

Don't you wish. LOL!


Nifky keep going, that's great..

by Fair on

..If you think that all we are doing is sitting in the west hoping, that's great, keep thinking that. It just shows how out of touch with reality you are. You still think Iranians at home and Iranians abroad are not connected, and that Iranians are separated into opposing groups of westernized and traditional people. Keep thinking that, and when you are surprised by more protests of all kinds of people, keep sending your pretty boy bassijis to rough them up. That is great, wonderful plan to keep the IRI in power for the long term! (Like your IRGC boyfriend Yadollah Javani said- this will keep IRI in power for another 20 years!LOL!)

All this means is that when your time comes, you will be taken by even more surprise. Rest easy, feel secure, and sleep tight.

Because when you wake up, it will be a very rude awakening to the loud sound of



And you and your boyfriends will deserve everything you get.





Kaveh you food stamp recipient, this is America!

by Davood_Banayan on

Americans for a Democratic Republic in Iran.

This is America.

This is how we run the show here.

If you don't like it, you can return to merry old Iran and hang out with Spiritual leader Ayat'Allah Seyed Ali Khamenei and Iranian President Ahmadinejad.

You are in no shape to give anyone a job.  You are a unemployed, welfare recipient on food stamps.

Everyone who comes to the United States must uphold American law.

In the last several years many green cards have been revoked and people have been deported back to Iran.  This is a fact.

If you don't like it here, go buy a ticket and take a ride to Imam Khomeini Airport in Tehran.

Watch the following video clip and suffer:


Kaveh Nouraee

Davood Banayan

by Kaveh Nouraee on

The United States is a melting pot of people from all over the world.

People who have become citizens through the naturalization process, and people who are citizens of other nations here as students, guest workers, and so on.

Davood....or whatever your name is.....I have a job opening for you too for the night of my party.

Nifky cant drive a stick.

PS: Do you pay Bill Gates a royalty every time you quote Microsoft Encarta?


MKO and Reza Pahlavi are old news

by Davood_Banayan on

Americans for a Democratic Republic in Iran.

MKO and Reza Pahlavi are old news.

Rajavi has been outside Iran since 1981.

Reza Pahlavi has been outside Iran since 1978.

Neither are involved in any of the internal happenings of Iran today.

Mousavi and the other reformists accept the Islamic Republic of Iran.

On the topic of immigrants born in Iran living in the United States:

The Algiers Accords of January 19, 1981, were brokered by the Algerian government between the USA and Iran to resolve the Iran hostage crisis.

One of the Algiers accords stipulations are:  

The US would not intervene politically or militarily in Iranian internal affairs

The United States is a country made up of American citizens.

Americans are bounds by the Algiers Accord.

If you don't like the Algiers Accord you are free to leave America and go back and live in Iran with Iranian President Ahmadinejad and Spiritual Leader Ayat'Allah Seyed Ali Khamenei.

Kaveh Nouraee


by Kaveh Nouraee on

What makes you think I want Rajavi?

But then again, you would think that, with a mind like yours.

Oh, and you're wrong. Iran is an IRANIAN country.

And Iranians embrace IRAN. And I'm certain God is perfectly fine with that. After all, Iran is one of His creations.

By the way, when the IR falls, (and it will, very soon) I plan on throwing a party. Would you like to come?

I'm going to need someone to park the cars and take out the garbage.


To Babak

by Nifky (not verified) on

Great Babak, I would love to meet you and see what you can do bacheh soosool.

To Fair and Kaveh Where is your buddies Massoud Rajavi? LOL Where is your buddy Frood Fouladgand aka Fouladvand? LOL

You guys keep hoping, but no matter how much you hope, nothing is going to happen.

You fools are the types who think you can fly if you think and hope for it hard enough.

Last thing, Iran is an Islamic country and Iranians in Iran embrace Islam. I know that hurts for you to hear. haghighat talkheh.

You three should join Monafegheen e' Khalq.


Babak and Kaveh

by Fair on

You are both right on, we the people of Iran will prevail. Don't plan on seeing cowards like Nifky though. These pretty boy bassijis only show their face when they are well paid and many of them and have chains and knives against a few defenseless students. If you get one of them one on one, they are little cowards who will cry for their mommy. Look how much Nifky is crying now, he is so afraid of losing his beloved IRI, he can't stand all these people making all this noise. So he cries all day. If he wasn't so afraid, he wouldn't be insisting so much on people being silent.


Nifky thinks that I am listening to some people in LA. Well in case you haven't heard Nifky the noise didn't come out of LA. It came out of Tehran, Isfahan, Tabriz, Shiraz, Mashad, and all these cities in Iran. That is right, sometimes it might help if you don't rely on IRIB for your news. So the monkeys arrested 2000 of them and killed dozens others. What about the many millions who went home? Are they just going to forget about the whole thing? Or maybe they will all be teleported to LA where they belong? Or maybe they will all just shut the f*ck up to make you happy? You are a complete idiot for underestimating these people. Nifky can only take the voice of the supreme monkey. He can't stand to hear the never ending voices of the people in Iran and all over the world today:



Sleep well Nifky:) Hug your teddy bear reeeeal tight, and keep believing your dear beloved IRI is safe and sound. Because you and your bosses are in for ONE BIG WAKE UP CALL. You and your pretty boy bassijis will be wishing you had to deal with Babak and Kaveh instead:)






Kaveh Nouraee


by Kaveh Nouraee on

It's all good, brother.

Oh, and make sure Nifky gets some extra tutoring after class, ok?  :-)


kaveh and fair....don't waist your breath

by babakkhoramdin (not verified) on

on these fools....
fair, you are right on brother in saying the mullahs days are numbered....
we had the 5th largest army in the world in 79, and the mullahs took over the country without any huge resistance....this time, when the end comes, iranians will NOT shoot their own people, only arab thugs who are paid by the akhoonds are willing to kill unarmed iranians....and they will be taken care of as regime with all the guns in the world can rule without it's people's support....
and nifky, I hope to see u soon so I can "educate" you in person

Kaveh Nouraee


by Kaveh Nouraee on

These people kicked out the Shah?

Next time you toke on the pipe don't try and burn it all in one shot. Pace yourself.

Masters of revolution? Try a government that will soon see its dissolution.

Reverse engineering? They make knock-offs!!

Preventing revolution? Staying in power?

Let those IR pussies you worship try it without resorting to force.

Here, a little bit more for you, you look like you need a boost:




by Nifky (not verified) on

Fair, you are out of touch with reality. The opposition is gone. Stop buying into propaganda from LA satellite tv!

Like MJ (RIP) said, if you want to see change, start with the man in the mirror.

You want change go be a part of it in Iran. Don't sit on your fat ass hoping and wanting other people to put their lives in danger for your fat ass.

You are a sore loser who can't face reality which is, IRI is not going anywhere.

Remember, these are the people who kicked out the Shah! THey are the masters of revolution and regime change. You don't think they can figure out reverse engineering and know how to stay in power and prevent revolution?


Poor little Nifky

by Fair on

What's wrong Nifky, people aren't shutting the f*ck up? Your little pretty boy Bassijis couldn't arrest all those "enemies"? After all those motorcycle gang tactics of terrorizing innocent people, you still have people that aren't quiet? Pooooor little Nifky, and poooor little torturers at the Ministry of Information. Remember, if you are feeling a little irritated now, the best advice for you guys is this: GO F*CK YOURSELF. We are NOT GOING AWAY. We are growing, and you are losing. And you know it. That is why you have become desperate.

In the meantime, how many million Iranians do you think are saying:




Because that is the exact number of people who are coming for your heads. And no pretty boy bassiji will be able to save you then.

Until then, go back to sleep, and sleep well.

Because the next time you are getting a wake up call you cannot imagine.


p.s. the chance of my granny pulling that off with team melli is actually way higher than the chance of Seyed Ali staying in power. And remember- my granny is dead!:)

Kaveh Nouraee


by Kaveh Nouraee on

Pretty lame idea using the soccer analogy, considering Team Melli couldn't even score against the North Koreans.

Whatever it is you are on that has made you so freaking high, I hope they at least serve you peanuts on the flight, because God knows you must be coming down with a major case of the munchies! LOL

This one is for you during your flight:


And this one is to your IR masters:



to Fair

by Nifky (not verified) on

You are a szchizo freak if you think IRI will be replaced.

You are in the West and are being fed propaganda by the enemies of the IRI ie MKO and Savak-goons.

Who cares if 1 million people came out? Iran has 70 million people you freak!

Your hopes of regime change was a missed soccer goal that didn't even come close!

Let me put it into soccer terms because you seriously lack insight. A regime change is as likely as your granny making it onto Team Melli and becoming team captain and leading Iran into the world cup championship next round.

If you believe that is possible, then you can believe that regime change is possible and you are crazy.


Sleep tight:)

by Fair on

For a decade after the revolution, you didn't like to hear dissidents. You told them to shut the f*ck up. They didn't. By 1991, you killed Bakhtiar and many others. You thought it was over.

In 1997, 70% voted for reform. You didn't like it. You closed newspapers. Arrested so many. And killed dissidents serially. You thought it was over.

In 1999, you didn't like one of the newspapers. You closed it down. Thousands of students protested for a week. You beat and killed them. You killed their leader in your torture chamber. You thought it was over.

A few weeks ago, you overtly lied to your own people and the world when you rigged the election. This time millions came out for more than a week. You killed Neda and dozens of others for the whole world to see. You beat innocent civilians to death. You openly in front of the world threatened your own people if they did not stop demanding their rights. And now you threaten other countries to not criticize you.

And you still think it is over.

The harder you resist the will of the people, the harder you will fall.


Sweet dreams:)





Get used to these words, you and your bosses will remember them well when you beg for mercy on the day of your reckoning. In the meatnime, happy barking:)






by Nifky (not verified) on



To Fair and other Savak-goons and MKO, go cry your hearts out.


re:Sidewalk confrontation between crowd and police, Tehran, July

by azadi55 (not verified) on

regarding the video entitled "Sidewalk confrontation between crowd and police, Tehran, July 3" posted on July 6. the first few seconds has a soldier respectfully back off from some people behind a fence. This shows that not all the people dressed as riot police are monsters, some are just stuck in a bad position due to their job or doing their tour of duty. We should not condemn them all, but it's a different story with basiji and plainclothes thugs, fuck them all. They should be beaten senseless just like they beat up unarmed men and women.


We are not subjects

by Fair on

To hate our leaders is not to hate ourselves. And yes, many Chinese do demonstrate against China and are activists for human rights and change in that corrupt fascist system. And yes, Ukrainians were demosntrating for democracy abroad. YOU CANNOT BLAME PEOPLE FOR DEMANDING THEIR RIGHTS.


If you are worried about war, direct your concern to the biggest destabilizer of our country- Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. In fact, so many voted against him for precisely this reason.

HE said Israel must be destroyed, not us.

HE said the Holocaust is a myth, not us.

If an Israeli attack happens against Iran's nuclear program, it is 100% his responsibility, he has clearly stated his government's desire to destroy Israel. And now he has clearly demonstrated he is willing to use the most barbaric means to hold on to power at any cost.

Stand with us, stand for freedom, for peace, for a democratic, respected, and tranquil and stable Iran in which we have justice and ALL voices are heard.




Also, Banayan your attempt to somehow compare Sahel Kazemi to Neda is so ridiculous I don't even know where to start.  Neda was killed in cold blood in front of the whole world by Islamic fascist agents.  Sahel was involoved in a murder, near which there were no government presence whatsoever, and politics had absolutely nothing to do with it.  It just shows how little ground you have to stand on.  What is your agenda and who are you trying to protect here?


Kaveh Nouraee


by Kaveh Nouraee on

By polluting this thread with your garbage about Sahel Kazemi there can now be absolutely no doubt that you are singlehandedly the sickest, most f****d up individual to log on to this site. Bar none.

This is not YOUR country. It never has been and it never will be YOURS. Read it as many times as you need to in order to drill it through your malfunctioning cerebral cortex.





So many self-hating Iranians on this website!!!

by wtf (not verified) on

So many self-hating Iranians on this website!!!

Let me ask you this: when China was having internal problems, did overseas Chinese get out in the streets to protest? When Ukraine was going through internal turmoil, did their immigrant communities call their government illegitimate? Every day, there is a political struggle in some 3rd world country, but you don’t see the immigrants from those places act this way.

You guys used to call yourselves Persians, hoping that no one would notice you are Eye-rainians, and now you claim that you love your country so much that you can stop posting hateful messages about your home country? wtf???

You guys realize that if this situation drags on, Iran might become the target of a Western/Israel military attack?

I think deep inside, many Iranians in the West hate themselves, and find the recent political turmoil as a safe way to vent out against Iran, without looking bad in front of their liberal White friends. Now you can tell them: oh my gosh...I don’t really hate being’s just cheated in 2009 elections and I am like...totally sooooo mad!!!


The Story of Sahel Kazemi, an Iranian from Tennesee

by Davood_Banayan on

Americans for a Democratic Republic in Iran.


She was a hard working Iranian American Female.

She was a waitress.

She was single.

She had everything going for her.

Then at age 20 her life ended.

It is a sad turn of events.

I would like to dedicate Donna Summer's music video to her:


God Bless her and God Bless America.




by Sadness (not verified) on

Thanks for replying.

I was trying to bring attention to the sweet little angel who lost his life and stop the back and forth insults that were going on on this page as well.

Don't we all just want freedom and happiness? Aren't well all of the same race and nationality?

Let's respect each other. Please do not judge.

The government should let everyone be. We all know what is good and what is bad. We do not need strict dictation.



by Anonymousthat (not verified) on

was sleeping with a married man...which is why she had an upgrade from the Kia she drived to a Cadillac Escalade...If this is your idea of a really are confused in every way.

From what I've heard...she shot McNair and then killed herself...If this is your idea of the new "Neda" deserve this current government


Sahel Kazemi's story is the new News Story

by Davood_Banayan on

Americans for a Democratic Republic in Iran.

Check this site out:


Sahel Kazemi was shot in the head in Nashville, Tennessee.  She has been named the new "NEDA".

She was shot along with NFL American Football player  Steve McNair.



dear sadness: it is a TRAGEDY!

by Monda on

I look at the clips added here by our hardworking Ghormeh Sabzi, several times each day. I look, I cry, I talk to my family and friends about what I saw that day, what it meant, what I thought it meant to me and how I was impacted by that image. I feel outraged, hopeless and depressed, damning these nauseatingly ugly basiji killing machines shooting from the rooftops...

We all saw our sweet innocent 10 year old boy's death and we mourn him and will never forget him.



Ten year old killed by Basijis

by Exmoss (not verified) on

The corrupt, blood thirsty, ignorant Iranian clergies (Mullahs) are fully responsible for the ultimate and total destruction of this brutal religion, Islam.

Read history; no dictator has ever survived: Hitler, Mussolini and even Shah, the end is always disaster with tremendous bloodshed. You idiots never learn.

Mullahs days are counting, and you will pay a very hefty price for every single drop of blood of innocent Iranians shed on this sacred land.


10 year old shot

by Exmoss (not verified) on

Not a single day passing without horrible, disgusting and repulsive news of heinous crimes in the Islamic world against helpless women and children. Most recent, brutal public flogging of a young little girl (CNN, June 23) for refusing marrying a man. Islam is not a religion, but a filthy disease, which turns humans, like Basijis into ferocious animals and the Islamic counties are the very bastions of BARBARISM and ignorance.
Are you still a Muslim? then you are not worthy of your ears, eyes and brain CUT THEM OFF.