Iranians defy clampdown for Student Day protests
07-Dec-2010 (2 comments)

Iranian students have defied a security clampdown to stage anti-government protests throughout the country, witnesses and opposition groups say.

Unconfirmed reports say about a dozen people have been arrested, including at Tehran University in the capital.

Last year's protests led to clashes with security forces as students lashed out over the disputed re-election of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

This year's protests appear smaller, and there are no reports of violence

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What is upsetting you is the fact that opposition to your IRI

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

is still alive and kicking, despite savage beatings, jailing, rapes and murders by your Islamist regime paymasters, and that is good to see! 

The fact that you, the shameless Islamist regime agent, have escaped Iran, living in the west, as your paymasters are still hanging to power, whilst the brave students risk their lives inside Iran, is a measure of weakness and bankrupcy of you islamist fascists and strength of Iran and Iranians.

"Personal business must yield to collective interest."


BBC report or propaganda?

by fussygorilla on

Shame on you for repeating what the BBC reports including this selective one on a tiny small number of students demonstrating for whatever it is.

 How about watching other reports that showed thousands of students with flags and banners in support of Iran and its agenda. BBC and American media such as LA Times are the enemies of Iran and would give lies, distortions and other antiIran propaganda to stir up trouble. Just examine their record and you may, just may, learn a thing or two.