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February 26, 2010

DUST IN IRAN

February 26, 2010 by Raymond Morrison 

Two weeks after 22 Bahman. It seems there’s a strange silence in Iran. No words from opposition leaders inside and outside the country. The news who’s getting out,  is news from Humanrights websites.  About detained, missing and released prisoners.

Khamenei is probably isolated by IRCG. High ranking clergy’s call out for hard punishment. Rafsanjani is stuck in the middle of this crisis and can not make up his mind. Mr. Mousavi and Mr. Karoub1 are in silence but still don’t want to give in. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad at a joint news conference with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in Damascus on Thursday. The country is in the most worse economic and social crisis in years.

IRG is still using all his tools to breakdown the resistance. Full control over media. Intimidation is still a common thing despite the pressure from the world.  Lots of Plain Clothes in the streets. Basijs invading houses at night.  Over 3000 detainees since Election-Day and the word says it will be much more than that number.  IRG has isolated themself and there is no way back to the old days. That’s why they have to keep on pressure the people .

It’s so hard for the people in Iran.  It’s a violent country and many lives are in danger.  The people are tired but they will never give in.

Other posts from Raymond Morrison:

A Journalist’s Report from Evin: Forty Prisoners Held Inside a 20-Meter Cell

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