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Video Footage from Baharestan Squ, Teheran Iran of Milita's firing up Protestors today June 24th. WARNING GRAPHIC

 
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Video Footage from Baharestan Squ, Teheran Iran of Milita's firing up Protestors today June 24th. WARNING GRAPHIC
Video Footage from Baharestan Squ, Teheran Iran of Milita's firing up Protestors today June 24th. WARNING GRAPHIC footage by way of Twitter and Iranian Protestors.

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Also as of this minute Iranian Protestors are reporting on Twitter that the Milita's are targeting childern and leaving them in the streets to die without medical attention as warning sign to Iranians that no one will be speared.






'Blood everywhere' in fresh Iran crackdown

[link to www.abc.net.au]
By Middle East correspondent Anne Barker for AM

There are reports of another brutal crackdown in Iran, with websites, internet bloggers and eyewitnesses all talking of a bloodbath in Tehran.

The reports suggest thousands of police and pro-government militia have used firearms, clubs and teargas to suppress another opposition rally.

There is even one account of a nine-year-old girl being shot.

Iran's ongoing ban on all foreign media makes it impossible to verify many of the accounts but amateur videos posted last night on YouTube appear to show there were fierce clashes between supporters of Iran's opposition and the security forces.

Hundreds of protesters had headed to Tehran's Baharestan Square for another street rally against Iran's presidential election result.

The first reports of what went on there have been broadcast on CNN and Al Jazeera television.

One eyewitness reported riot police beating people, "even police beating women".

Internet accounts too give a chilling picture of the extent of the violence. It is impossible to verify every entry on the microblogging site Twitter.

But some of the tweeters who have shown themselves to be reliable - including foreign reporters with good contacts in Tehran - have posted the following messages in the past 12 hours.

"Lots of reports of heavy gunfire and clashes in Baharestan. One guy is calling it a massacre," one says.

"We heard the women are being beaten so badly they have to amputate their limbs," another says.

"We saw militia with axe chopping people like meat - blood everywhere - like butcher."

'Acts of terror'

And there was this:

"The most disturbing are reports of a nine-year-old girl being shot @ Baharestan and the basij [militia] won't let people near her to help."

The website of Iran's main opposition candidate, Mir-Hossein Mousavi, gives some weight to the other accounts.

"Many people have been beaten and injured at the protests across Tehran today," the website says.

"At Baharestan the police were waiting inside local mosques for the protesters to arrive. At this point many would consider the actions of the basij and police as acts of terror.

"This is amazing that even in the year 2009 such primitive policing still exists."

Much of the protesters' anger has been directed at Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who they describe as a dictator.

[link to www.abc.net.au]

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WARNING This link will take you to an Iranian Protestor Blog... GRAPHIC photographs of the after math of the Milita wuing Axe's on protestors!!

This is as Barbaric as it gets.. This is the Iranian Government.

[link to threatswatch.org]
Unimaginable Horror In Tehran Today

Iran has executed its Tiananmen Square. Baharestan Square has become synonymous with barbarity, cruelty, massacre and inhumanity.

An Iranian blogger (whose URL I will not publish) live blogging from Baharestan Square in central Tehran today captures but brief glimpses of the unimaginable horror that took place today. Bus loads of protesters were stopped and unloaded from their buses by "black-clad police" and literally herded. When the massing was sufficient, as the barely controllably distraught Tehran caller to CNN described first hand, hundreds of the regime's Basij thugs poured out of an adjoining mosque and commenced a massacre with axes, clubs, guns and gas.

From the live blogger's eyewitness account:

>More than 10.000 Bassij Milittias get position in Central Tehran, including Baharestan Sq.
>Army Helycopters flying over Baharestan and Vali Asr Sq.
>The streets, squares and around BAHARESTAN (Approx. South-eastern of Tehran) is swarming with military forces, civilian forces, the security motorists
>The croud have moved to the south of baharestan, the situation is bad, the shooting has started
>In Baharestan Sq. in the Police shooting, A girl is shot and the police is not allowing to let them help
>In Baharestan we saw militia with axe choping people like meat - blood everywhere - like butcher

This is the Iranian regime, wading into its own unarmed people and axing them to death, bludgeoning women (seen as the greatest threat to the regime) and throwing them to their deaths from pedestrian bridges. The same Iranian regime whose embassy officials are invited to American embassies around the world to celebrate on July 4th, of all things, a successful revolution.

This frantic phone call from a Tehran woman will break your heart as you consider our standard response has been "that there are sets of international norms and principles about violence" and that "the international community is watching." Part of yesterday's response by President Obama in a press conference included "that there is a peaceful path that will lead to stability and legitimacy (of the Iranian regime) and prosperity for the Iranian people. We hope they take it." The Iranian theocratic regime clearly is not interested.

There should not be - nor should have ever been - invitations to the ruthless Iranian regime's international ambassadors to celebrate anything with us, anywhere, unless it is an invitation to a tribunal on charges of crimes against humanity.

To my intelligent friends who have been arguing the logic of our president's near silence on the issue of Iran - and not without merit on certain points - you can disengage from me now. I will entertain none of it any longer.

This is an axe wound, just one, doled out by the regime's thug basiji animals on Saturday, June 20, 2009.

axe-wound.jpg

This was a brutal murder of an assuredly unarmed protester of the up-close-and-personal variety. An act, and one not isolated, which requires the presence of inhumane malice and aggression and the absence of humanity. The traits required for massacres upon the unarmed. There is no nuance, no logical approach, no deft explanation that covers near silence and inadequate, tepid condemnation of the meekest sort. To decline any mention of possible repercussions on the regime for these acts "because we don't know how this is going to turn out" is moral cowardice of the highest order. Look at the picture above and listen to the frantic woman calling in to CNN again. They seem to "know how this is going to turn out."

[link to threatswatch.org]

Last Edited by Phennommennonn on 08/28/2012 08:28 AM
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Holy crap! Why do they (people in that area of the world) seem to carry people in a way that is incredible uncomfortable all the time? I mean they are already injured or dead but you know.
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Thanks for update.





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