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Tension Builds – Internet & Text Messaging Disrupted – LIVE BLOGS

February 10, 2010

  

#CNNirandesk Google says its e-mail traffic in Iran has dropped sharply, amid reports access is being restricted for the Islamic Revolution

I have a dream and one day I will get that dream.

Iran is reporting the concern of “violent protests” which means the peaceful demonstrators are going to be violently pushed back…first aid information is being sent out to the people to address tear gas, chemical burns, gun shot wounds, and all other things that will be necessary to help each other.

Ahangar parsa4 RT @sbelg: Looks like greens are going to take whistles with them to Azadi sq #iranelection #NO2IR

People are being instructed on how to stay close together and the disinformation campaign to tell the demonstrators where the streets are safe from the Basiji are going to be actual traps. All information must be discerned and hope that your trusted sources are able to decipher the good from the bad.

No worries – the students are brilliant and have help getting information out of the country. It will come on fast and strong….the morning has arrived.

Cos F. MexCAN RT @onlymehdi: #CNN @cnn has not received a visa to cover the protest #iran #iranelection #22bahman

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    We’ll have live reports from @SayahCNN @OctaviaNasrCNN @IvanCNN + @CNNJill on the CNN Iran Desk today #22Bahman #IranElection #CNNIranDesk

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    LIVE BLOGGING WILL BEGIN AT 12:00 AM EST 9:30 AM Iran, 5:00 AM GMT

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