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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khameni shame on you

by puss on

....i removed my comments becuase i decided not to suggest or say anything that ends up hurting any more of those kids or our brothers or sisters..











To (not so) zebel 20

by BK (not verified) on

First of all, you have NO proof the 16 year old girl was being used as a shield. So do not spread malicious rumors or make false accusations.

Second, if the Islamic Republic murderers were not shooting at the innocent Iranians, there would no need for shield of any kind in the first place.

Do not try to deflect responsibility and make excuses for that heinous crime. The poor young girl was murdered by the Islamic Republic thugs. And it is with the Islamic Republic and its supporters, and they alone, that the responsibility of her murder and the murders of all other innocent Iranian rests. End of story


Vive la Persian Joan d 'Arc

by KayvanNYC (not verified) on

Vive la Persian Joan d 'Arc

Readers should note that the images of Iranian Women are the true reality.

If you watch all the Youtube videos you can see women charging into the crowd head-scarf first....

So far, the myth of docile, cowering, 2nd -class citizens is nowhere to be found.

Instead we have visions of Female fortitude that are shattering ALL sterotypes:

-Women kicking the Basij in the groin

-One lone women protecting the motorcyle rider against a mob of 10 kicking men

-Women jeering in Farsi at men hiding in streets "to go fight you wimps"

-Aged women picking up intifada rocks and handing them to the men hurling them

-Mousavi's Wife piercing glare and rose

-Walking beauties in sea of turmoil

-The solemn Neda

Female virtue may be the undoing of this paternalistic dinasaur regime; as no man can preserve his manhood, by just standing by

Heed the prediction:

Iranian women will be the Helen of Troy and Torjan Horse of this battle.....


رهبر ما قاتله- ولایتش باطله

Nemidanam (not verified)

یک سایت خبری نزدیک به حوزه علمیه قم نوشت
تشکیل شورای رهبری
میان خبرگان مورد بحث است

این خبر درحالی انتشار می یابد که گفته می شود یکی از انگیزه های کودتای انتخاباتی اخیر، تشدید بیماری سرطان ریه رهبر است و فرزند او "مجتبی" سعی داشته با این کودتا قدرت را در بیت پدرش نگهدارد و سپس خود آن را قبضه کند و نگذارد رئیس جمهوری مستقل از بیت رهبری سکان را بدست بگیرد.

تمام تجربه بیت آیت الله خمینی و سرنوشت احمد خمینی در شکل گیری کودتای انتخاباتی اخیر نقش داشته است. یعنی تعیین جانشین رهبر، پیش از فوت رهبر! حدس زده می شود، بخشی از نامه میرحسین موسوی که در آن اشاره می کند "بحث نه بر سر ریاست جمهوری و انتخابات اخیر، بلکه بر سر نهادینه شدن یک روش حکومتی است!" می توان اشاره به همین مسئله باشد. یعنی تبدیل جمهوری به پادشاهی یا حکومت اسلامی که نوعی پادشاهی مذهبی است



by Anonymous77 (not verified) on

than akhound


Hi everyone, when the

by zebel20 on

Hi everyone, when the British government decided to declare war on Iraq, the British prime minister strictly confirmed that people under the age of 18 should not participate in any kind of demonstration what so ever, now they are showing a poor 16 year old girl caught in a gun fire and died a while after.


I really don’t care now if the election was rigged or not, I care about those under 18’s being used as a shield by the opposition to achieve their political goals.


I have to say, if you have a child, you would unconditionally love and care and try to provide for your own. Now on the international level, I have to say, the English or the Americans don’t care a bit about us, they are just interested in their own affairs and interest over our great nation of Iran, as they are taking full advantage of the crises in progress.   


Remembering Neda on this Father's Day

by Faramarz on

They spilled her blood so ruthlessly on the streets of Tehran right in front of her father. She didn't get a chance to say "Happy Father's Day."


Protersters abroad

by Nifky (not verified) on

It amazes me that I see Sheer o khorshid flags and Mojahedin flags in protests abroad in US. These people are voltures who are tryig to take advantage of the situation in Iran and want to advertise their garbage propaganda.

Ali P.

درسوگ دخترایران ندا،

Ali P.

Virtual Memorial for the Daugher of Iran, Neda:



Marg e Neda jaan

by Benyamin on

Neda`s death is a firm red coloroed stamp on Khameneie`s death verdict.

Marg e Neda jaan, mohr e e`dam e Khameneieyeh kaseef hast. Neda khodash ba khoon e pakash emza kard.


Oh my Neda, Oh my Voice, the Voice of Iran...

by Charlotte (not verified) on

OH my Neda, my voice, God Bless YOU! Rest in Peace girl...

You are the voice of Iran.... God heard your voice, took you, but left your voice behind instead! thank you...

People know that Neda's death, wasn't just an accident, Neda means voice and as she lost her life, she gave birth to the birth of a new era, a new Iran and a new revolution. She died with her eyes open, looking at her God, begging her to bless us all and bless our revolution and as she left us, chosen carefully by our God, the one that is inside of all our hearts and on all our minds these days, her name meaning " Voice" became so beautifully the voice of Iran, the voice of all boys and girls, of our nation, so beautifully telling us that yes, I am with you, I am walking along side the streets with you and blessing you, boys and girls of the future of Iran.
People of the planet, people of the Earth, Neda is us, we are all Neda's and Neda is our voice, we are all Neda's!


Zendeh bad Iran!

by Conrade Spade (not verified) on

Cho Iran nabashad tan-eh man mabad. Khodah hefz koneh oon adam-ha-ey keh shahid shodan dar zamaneh een enghelabeh tazeh. Khodah aramesh bedeh beh oon madar-ha va pedar-ha keh bacheh-haye azizeshan ra azdast dadan. Delam ghashmeekoneh barayeh hameyeh Irani-ha. Mihan parasti yanee hameen. Kodah bereseh be ma.


Criminal Basijis

by Ano (not verified) on

Those filthy basiji who have shown their right face, massacering innocent young people, should know that once the tide is turned they AND their families will be hunted down like animals and slaughtered for their crimes. It is important to send this signal to the members of the regime security apparatus that this is a game where they have a lot to lose. Filthy islamic bastards. Where are you going to run when people crush your criminal lords and goverment?!


Can someone shed light on Mohammad Asgari

by Arash Partow (not verified) on

There are reports that this man has been killed, does anyone know of a definitive source to these allegations?

IBT has a short mention:

It seems he was able leak some of the legitimate results from the election that were later included in the following analysis:


It is important we know what happened to this man.


Roobaheh Makkar

by Vatan Parast (not verified) on

David ET

Unknown chemical disbursed by helicopter

by David ET on

the person who post wrote it was from helicopter not tear gas


اعتصاب سراسری، تنها راه به زانو در آوردن رژیم خامنه ای

1 Hamvatan (not verified)

پدران و مادران ما با اعتصاب علیه شاه نتیجه گرفتند. ما هم اگر واقعا تغییر می خواهیم، می توانیم و باید همان شیوه را پیاده کنیم. اعتصاب سراسری کمترین هزینه ی انسانی و قاطع ترین نتیجه ی سیاسی را به دنبال دارد. این راهکار ظرف چند روزماشین سرکوب خامنه ای را مختل می کند بدون اینکه حکومت بتواند از زرادخانه ی آدمکشی خود برای سرکوب جنبش استفاده کند. تظاهرات خیابانی به تنهایی نمی تواند رژیم را به پذیرش خواسته های دموکراتیک مردم در آورد. قدر هم عده ی مخالفان زیاد باشد تا وقتی که اعتراضات محدود به تظاهرات خیابانی است دیکتاتور به رآی مردم احترام نخواهد گذاشت. فاشیسم تا وقتی تیغ اش می برد از خونریزی ابایی ندارد. بنابراین تظاهرات تنها چاره ی کار نیست. اگر واقعا ۱۹ میلیون نفر به موسوی و ۱۳ میلیون نفر به کروبی رآی داده اند در مجموع رای ۳۲ میلیون نفر از جمعیت فعال این کشور توسط حکومت خامنه ای و شرکا ضایع شده.

اقتصاد کشور را این ۳۲ میلیون نفر می گردانند نه آن دو سه میلیون پاسدار و بسیجی مفتخور رژیم. اگر اکثریت مطلق فعالان اقتصادی ایران باید پای رآی شان بایستند. اگر به قدر آن قهرمانانی که جلوی صف تظاهرات جلوی دیکتاتور سینه سپر می کنند شجاع نیستم و از جان مان می ترسیم، سرکار نرفتن که خطرجانی ندارد. گیریم که همه ی این ۳۲ میلیون ضدولایت فقیه نباشند اما همه که مخالف دولت کودتای احمدی نژاد هستند. پس چه توجیهی دارد که برای دولت غاصب و کودتاچی کار کنیم وقتی که دیکتاتور رآی مان را سوزانده و بهترین جوانان مان را به خاک و خون کشیده است؟

برای به ثمر رساندن این جنبش تا خلع دیکتاتور خامنه ای و اراذل اطرافش بیاید از کارخانه،‌ اداره، پادگان، بازار و مدرسه ی خودمان ‌شروع کنیم تا در نهایت یک اعتصاب سراسری را سازمان دهیم. موسوی هم امروز (شنبه) با هشیاری در سخنرانی اش اشاره کرد که اگر مرا گرفتند اعتصاب کنید. به نظر من حتی نباید منتظر شویم تا موسوی را بگیرند و بعد اعتصاب کنیم. اما خود ما مردم اگر اراده کنیم می توانیم بدون نیاز به آقابالاسر شریان های حیاتی دیکتاتوری را ظرف چند روز مختل کنیم و فقط خدمات حیاتی مثل بیمارستان ها و آتش نشانی و خدمات شهری در خدمت این جنبش باشکوه مردمی باشند. هیچ قدرتی نمی تواند در برابر اراده ی ۳۲ میلیون نفر اعتصابی مصمم بایستند. بیایید دست به دست هم دهیم و قرار بگذاریم که از روزی یکشنبه سر کار نرویم. با یک اعتصاب سراسری تومار این حکومت دروغ و جنایت را در هم بپیچیم و خامنه ای ملعون را هم مثل شاه روانه ی زباله دان تاریخ می کنیم. نترسیم ما همه با هم هستیم.


Neda the world will not be the same without you.

by DesertBoy (not verified) on


I pray that your flowing blood drowns those who chose to silence your voice with their violence.

I hope that one day they will look in the mirror when nobody is around and know that they killed an innocent teenager.

I pray that one day they have to answer to themselves not to the world. . .how they justified their beliefs and actions.

I hope one day when they are hugging their own daughters, they are haunted by the thought that they took the life of another's daughter!

I for one will never be the same having witnessed what they did to you. . .

Neda joonam this is no solace, but I hope you can get the message:

Only the weakest ideas that can't stand the scrutiny of logic, need to be protected by violence.

Sleep oh dear angel, and may you feel pain no more. I don't know if there is a God, but if there is one. . .I hope he was watching today. . .


We love you Neda

by Love (not verified) on


David ET

Where are they?

by David ET on

Where are those who were sheding crocodile tears for Gaza human rights here on but supporting IR?

Where is Hamas that you were crying for?

Where is Hezbollah you were crying for?

and where are Islamists you were crying for?

they all supporting the murderers of your brothers and sisters if not directly killing them!

What happend to all who wanted us to cry for human rights violations and now?????

Neda is dead, and Iran everyday dies and comes alive again.

We shall never forget. Who was on our side, who was not and who was silent and who congratulated the murderers ...

We never will and if you do , rest assure we will remind you again and again

Natalia Alvarado-Alvarez

When is someone........anyone going to help them?

by Natalia Alvarado-Alvarez on

They are being slaughtered in the most cowardly way. Will no one hear their cries for help?!

I don't know if my friends in Iran are alive or dead. Plese let them be alive. :o( Please let them be alive.

David ET

Homes in Iran being invaded tonight

by David ET on

These are homes of your brother, sisters and families in Iran. This is tonight:



by Kurdish Warrior (not verified) on

The protest has spread into Iranian Kurdistan...Many lebanese Hezbollah forces have been deployed there.....


I've watched neda's video 99

by bemiram baraat nedaaaaa (not verified) on

I've watched neda's video 99 times... Is this a nightmare? na.... watch it again... look at the computer time, is it midnight? am I dreaming?
my little son keeps looking at me, kissing me, wondering why am I crying and screaming my heart out....vaayyy, khodaaaaaaaaa, kojaieeeee???? nakone to ro ham filter kardan too tehran......cheraaaaaaa, khodaaaaaa..... she was just 16....

here is how this heavy pain in our life happened:


مکان: خیابان کارگر، تقاطع خسروی و شهید صالحی، ساعت 7:20 مورخه 20 ژوئن، سی خرداد، Basij shots to death a young woman in Tehran's Saturday June 20th protests

At 19:05 June 20th
Place: Karekar Ave., at the corner crossing Khosravi St. and Salehi st.

A young woman who was standing aside with her father watching the protests was shot by a basij member hiding on the rooftop of a civilian house. He had clear shot at the girl and could not miss her. However, he aimed straight her heart. I am a doctor, so I rushed to try to save her. But the impact of the gunshot was so fierce that the bullet had blasted inside the victim's chest, and she died in less than 2 minutes.
The protests were going on about 1 kilometers away in the main street and some of the protesting crowd were running from tear gass used among them, towards Salehi St.
The film is shot by my friend who was standing beside me.
Please let the world know.


A few points to make. First

by Anonymous in California (not verified) on

A few points to make.

First of all, people that are calling for the protesters to quit and go home you are cowards if the world were filled with your kind there would be no progress. It is an ugly thing that human lives have been lost just because of basic freedom, freedom that we take for granted in our own country. You should stand up and support these people not tell them to put their cause down.

I'm a 28 year old male, I'm no father so, I could never go through what the poor father in the video is going through I'm sorry for him. The world saw what happened and she will not go in vain. I'm crying for Nada, I've never met her, I'm not Iranian, I'm not even Arab but, this one video has touched me more than any I have seen in my entire life.


If the world were filled

by Eddie (not verified) on

If the world were filled with people like you, it would never change.

David ET


by David ET on

Poeple putting on fire the gas line to the Basijee headquarter:



by babakkhoramdin (not verified) on

you will live forever.....everyone around the world has seen you!!!! the akhoonds' hands are stained with your blood and the world has seen it! you will bring these vultures down!!!!
there's word that arab terrorists are the ones shooting people- just like jaleh square in 78.....!


"Islam's Tree Needs Blood" Khomeini

by Ali Sefati (not verified) on

When Khomeni came to Iran said "Islam's tree needs blood" and his regime has done nothing but feeding that tree with blood of our hamvatans :(


I am so sad for this young girl killed, and many like her...

by weeping for Neda (not verified) on

The murderous Allah and his bast*** Ayatollah is killing our young girls and boys using his criminal doctrine islam.

Death to Islam, down with ALL islamists, ALL supporters of the revolution, and ALL supporters of IRI that has been killing our youths for the past 30 years.

I hope I will live to see all these criminals face justice and pay dearly for their crimes against iranians and against humanity.