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The Continuing Struggle Inside Iran 15 June 2009 (Graphic)

Giant crowd protests

Mousavi demonstrators

injured

massacre

massacres

black eye woman

More details to come – shots have been fired at demonstrators, leading to many injured and 8 dead.

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  1. June 17, 2009 at 7:17 pm

    The protests are impressive but will it create a change immediately? Probably not. Will it create a change in the long run though? Most likely. Ahmedinajad will have a much harder time over the next 4 years in how he manages his country. Should he get slapped on the wrist by the international community over his nuclear programme, which is very likely, he will have a hard time coming back to find comfort from his own people. Change could well be in the air.

    • thebigotbasher
      June 17, 2009 at 7:35 pm

      I think that these demonstrations do more than just challenge the election results. These demonstrations have now allowed Iranian citizens to question the whole of Government. Thus, these demonstrations question the very foundations and legitimacy of the Government of Iran. By countenancing these election results, the Ayatollah may have become responsible for the overthrow of the entire Islamic State.

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