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Friday, May 22, 2009

دانشجویان دانشگاه آزاد کرج منطقه آزاد را به تریبون آزاد" 1500 نفره" تبدیل کردند






دانشجویان دانشگاه آزاد کرج منطقه آزاد را به تریبون آزاد" 1500 نفره" تبدیل کردند

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http://azadna.com/spip.php?article2020


Iran: Inside and outside campuses, protests escalate against rulers
Friday, 22 May 2009

On Wednesday, May 20, 2009 more than 1,500 students at the Open University of Karaj, western Tehran, disrupted a recording session scheduled for a special broadcast on the state-run radio and TV aimed at promoting the Iranian regime’s upcoming presidential elections.
In a daring act on Wednesday more than 1,500 students at the Open University of Karaj, western Tehran, disrupted a recording session scheduled for a special broadcast on the state-run radio and TV aimed at promoting the Iranian regime’s upcoming presidential elections.

Students turned what was supposed to be an endorsement of the sham elections into a full-fledged protest against the clerical regime as a whole, complete with anti-government chants like “Shame on this deceitful government” and “Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is the source of corruption and discrimination.”

Students also demanded the release of their incarcerated colleagues while comparing the Iranian regime to the Taliban in Afghanistan. “Death to the Taliban, be it in Kabul or Tehran,” they chanted.

Specifically calling for the immediate release of their detained classmates from the Polytechnic and Tarbiat-e Moallem universities, students also sang several popular tunes in unison, including ‘Yar-e Dabestani,’ (roughly, ‘my old time school friend’) and the former national anthem, ‘Oh Iran,’ which has been shunned by the ruling clerics. Both songs have become staples of university protests against the clerical regime in recent years, symbolizing patriotism and national solidarity against tyranny.

Separately, at Tehran’s Polytechnic University, a speech by Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s representative, Saeed Jalili, who is also the mullahs’ chief nuclear negotiator, was cut short after jeers and loud chants by students calling him a liar. Students also chanted slogans against members of the mullahs’ Bassij Force, a paramilitary unit of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corp (IRGC) dedicated to suppressing dissent.

Outside campuses and in various parts of Tehran, graffiti writing against the clerical regime’s leaders, including the slogan ‘Death to Ahmadinejad,’ has been on the rise, according to local residents in Tehran.

Anti-government graffiti are especially noticeable on walls near the office building of the mullahs’ Interior Ministry on Fatemi St. in Tehran, as well as in eastern parts of the capital, including Tehran Pars district.

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