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Posted by Zand-Bon on Jun 20th, 2010 and filed under News, PLANET IRAN NEWS FOCUS, Photos, Video, video gallery. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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* * The Iranian judiciary announced the annulment of all permits for the two top reformist Iranian parties who endorsed Ahmadinejad’s opponents during the June 2009 elections, the Iranian Islamic Participation Front and Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution. Neither political party  is permitted to further participation in the political process and activity.  The Islamic Iran Participation Front organization had filed a complaint against the decision of the Political Parties Commission in March to withdraw their permit. However, Tehran Prosecutor, Abbas Jafari Dowlatabadi announced that the Commission’s request to dissolve the two parties has been sent to the Revolutionary Court and that the judiciary’s decision would not be reversed.

* * Our correspondent in Tehran writes: It is the month of Khordaad (May 21 to June 21) and as the end of the month approaches, the nightly call from rooftops throughout Tehran is heard, as protesters from West to East Tehran steal the slumber that falls on the regime officials’ eyes. All the cries that shoot from various directions, meet and come together calling out one name: “Neda”

Today is the 31st of the month of Khordaad and the one year anniversary of the martyrdom of a large number of protesters who spoke out against Iran’s ruling Islamic government’s corruption and tyranny. The regime is clearly terrified at the power of the people as even those who only wanted to commemorate the dead, were met by brutal security forces who have armed themselves to the teeth. They have crowded every sidewalk and intersections throughout the cities across Iran, in order to hold a show off their flimsy authority to the people.

As Amirabad (an area in mid-town Tehran) is the area where the evildoers took Neda’s last freedom-loving breath, well-wishers and mourners had planned to gather in the area to light candles and lay flowers but of course the regime’s guards and agents surrounded any innocent person who came to pay their respects for our Neda, forcing everyone, once again, back to the rooftops, in order to break the silence of the night.

Today like other days, Tehran has been turned into a garrison where freedom-seekers are held captive. Not even mourning mothers and fathers could properly mourn their lost loved ones. These black-hearted tyrants fear even the people’s tears.

Today fearing the throngs of armed forces, nothing green could be seen on the streets, but as far as the eye could see, black was the color of choice and even that had the monsters trembling in fear. Here’s to the day where Iran can take flight into a bright future, on Green Gossamer wings.

Below: Videos of the highly militaristic atmosphere in Tehran on the one year anniversary of Neda Agha-Soltan’s death.

* * Below: A video of Grand Ayatollah Sanei whose offices were attacked and destroyed by the regime’s agents (as seen in the first shots of the video) speaks out against the regime. He says: “And now, thank God, that we do not share in one tiny bit of the sins of these men (the regime’s leadership), thank God. God did it so that I cannot be party to their murdering, torturing and destruction…even one sin is enough for burning in hell. The murder of one person is not the same as putting an end to a movement. These people put an end to one movement and then respect another?! The punishment for this is hell. And thank the Lord that I’m nothing as far as they’re concerned; they consider me an opponent and even if I have supporters, they still think of the people who support as nobodies, whereas it is the people who are important…people are always important. It’s the support of the people who have supported the clerics, now how come these clerics are having confrontations with the people? The cleric who is confrontational with people is crooked and will pay for it in the end.”

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