Friday, June 26, 2009

Jason Jones in Iran (3)

The Daily Show With Jon StewartMon - Thurs 11p / 10c
Jason Jones: Behind the Veil - Minarets of Menace
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Jason Jones in Iran (2)

The Daily Show With Jon StewartMon - Thurs 11p / 10c
Jason Jones: Behind the Veil - Ayatollah You So
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Candlelight Vigil 06/25/2009 Berlin, Germany














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The Daily show in Iran

I saw this and I think it's a great way to make the world understand better who we are. And that we are not so different from the people in western countries.
Oh yea, and it's hilarious!!

Thursday, June 25, 2009

The false Neda


The picture of the girl wearing a headscarf does NOT show Neda. The fact that she was mistaken as a revolutionary symbol really causes problems for her. Please spread the word!

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Wednesday, June 24, 2009

06/23/2009 Video

People in Tehran shouting

Down with the islamic republic!

Watch out the day when we are armed!

Tonight is the night of revolution!

Down with the Basiji!

What do you think about it? Is the revolution near or will everything stay the same?



video

Monday, June 22, 2009

To my Iranian sisters







They tried to put you down by veiling your hair, but they can never veil your mind. They tried to weaken you by beating your body, but they can never weaken your will. They tried to make you silent by taking your rights, but they underestimated your silent screams. And now you fight back, with all the bravery that is inside you and with all the patience that helped you to survive. We will never forget what you have done for your people, what you have done for us, and the next generation will think of you in love and the deepest respect.

They tried to put you down, but instead they gave you wings. And they will regret.



"There is no gate, no lock, no bolt that you can set upon the freedom of my mind."
Virginia Woolf
(A Room of One's Own)































Neda



What kind of man shoots at a 26 year old girl? What does he think? Does he have friends? Does he return to his home in the evening and play with his children? Does he have dreams and wishes for his future? Does he have a favourite song or movie?

Everyone has a few minutes before falling asleep at night, when he can think about his life. What does this man think? Does he ever really think?

Does he regret that he had killed, that he had murdered her? Does he tell his mother, his sister, that he was the one who shot her?

After all he is a human being, isn't he?
I just try to understand.

Neda, you werent supposed to die like that. You werent supposed to become the symbol of a movement. You were supposed to go to school, to university. You were supposed to go out with your girlfriends, to date handsome guys and to fall in love. You were supposed to cry, to laugh, to hate and to love. You were supposed to live, Neda. It was your right!

Sunday, June 21, 2009

06/21/2009

Basiji arresting two young men in Tehran. The guy who is filming is cursing at them video


I got this video from the youtube page of racistworld

06/20/2009

video

Pictures 06/20/2009