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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Removal of posters of Khomeini, Khamenei and Ahmadinejad from public places

In the run-up to February 11th uprising and fearful of popular rage, the regime removes posters of Khomeini, Khamenei and Ahmadinejad from public places

Large numbers of suppressive forces amass in public areas; Internet connectivity and SMS interrupted


On the brink of the scheduled February 11th uprising, the clerical regime has begun to take down posters of regime’s founder Khomeini, its Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, and its President Mahmoud

Ahmadinejad, since Saturday, fearful that protestors would once again set the posters on fire. They were removed from public areas and thoroughfares and replaced with ordinary billboards.

Meanwhile, the work on installing regular and wireless loudspeakers and sound systems on the path between Imam Hossein Square to Azadi Square in Tehran, which will relay pro-regime slogans, is still continuing. Suppressive forces are also mounting cameras close to the loudspeakers in a bid to identify anyone trying to cut them off. The cameras are placed in between billboards and are hidden from view.

It has been reported that in previous incidents, young protestors would first damage the cameras and later disrupt the mullahs’ audio announcements.

The regime has enacted other suppressive measures to intimidate people and prevent their widespread participation in protests scheduled for the anniversary of the 1979 revolution on February 11th. Its suppressive forces marching on foot or anti-demonstration guards riding on motorcycles carry out exercises on streets and central city squares, and internet and SMS connections are disrupted. However, as in the past, these measures, prompted by the regime’s trepidation, will be met with the brave Iranian youths’ anger and hatred.


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