Iran Daily Revolution Grief
My source in Turkey who's in constant contact with those on the ground in Iraq offers this (with some of my own observations thrown in):
RT from Iran "now world know IRAN nation not terrorist they are brave ppl"
http://bit.ly/k84C UN PEACE - keeping forces in Iran PLS sign petition EMail to your friends (I signed it but they're still far short of their goal of 1,000,000)
CONFIRMED!!! from Iran: Mousavi announced Tuesday as the general strike day In Iran.
confirmed source - All major cities in Iran now reporting saound of Allah Akbar - Death to the Dictator
Download and use the Tor anonymizer to help keep the Iran govt out of your packets/tweets/emails
Mousavi has today had a meeting with several high rank clerics from Qom
Call from public phones at non protesting places where to direct the forces to spread them. (Damned good idea. They're getting the hang of this.)
They're hitting ppl in Hafte Tir Sq.,3-5 thousand ppl+ are there.confirmed
CONFIRMED!!! from Iran: Mousavi announced Tuesday as the general strike day In Iran. Plz RT.
Clashes at Oromieh, Police used teargas
in today's conflict some women and girls sent to the hospital as the clubs injured their heads
Meanwhile, in Prague, Iranian expatriot and journalist GEsfandiari had this to pass on today about her fellow journalists being detained:
Prominent outspoken journalist Issa Saharkhiz Arrested.
Journalist Somayeh Nosrati who worked with Musavi's campaign team was reportedly detained on Monday.
Newsweek's Maziar Bahari detained. Over 20 journalists have been arrested in post election crackdown
Amnesty International calls on Iran to stop using the Basij militia to police demonstrations
Elsewhere on the #IranElections forum:
RT/Iran Holding public gatherings & marches is our CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT! ARTICLE 27 of Constitution.
RT from Iran Police/basij pulling cars over to inspect at checkpoints..they will seize any cameras along with the owner's ID
Passed along by another Twitter user, this video was either shot today or yesterday and the kid who was shot in the head had surely died.
Another tweeter offered this unforgettable photo set of the protests in Iran courtesy of my local paper, The Boston Globe.
Lastly, I leave you with this final image. It is Neda Soltani's grave. The Basiji made her famous. She has a sizable, up-to-minute entry on Wikipedia. She has another profile on this website that offers a timeline of the Iranian protests since the election.