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    Mission Free Iran Statement on the Occasion of 20 June: International Day in Support of Political Prisoners in Iran (2012) «
    Mission Free Iran Statement on the Occasion of 20 June: International Day in Support of Political Prisoners in Iran (2012)


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    Ahmad Fatemi of Mission Free Iran gives an interview to media at the 20 June action for International Day in Support of Political Prisoners in Iran in New York City in front of the UN. He later delivered MFI’s statement marking the occasion of 20 June. The image behind Mr. Fatemi is that of Houtan Kian, the lawyer of Sakineh Ashtiani — he helped to raise global support to stop her execution by stoning, but is now detained as a politicalprisoner under brutal torture — and has been for the past 21 months.

    It has been a year since we, many of us in this crowd, stood here on this same day in solidarity with and support for our fellow human beings chained in the dungeons of the guardians of Islam, the Islamic regime of Iran. Things have changed all around us since then. We have other combatants for freedom and humanity among us. We are witnessing a change of attitude of global dimensions in the social arena, bringing with itself change in the political scene. In the community of humanity, we see a shift towards the left in France, in Spain, in Greece – we even see an attempt by the US administration to follow suit, trying hard to cling to the remaining illusions of the grassroots of the awakening masses demanding justice and social and political fairness.
    We today see that the magnificent 99% is becoming a global reality and an institution, although young and immature, yet vibrant and vital. We see the zealousness of the Egyptian women and men in their continued revolution against the guardians of the old dictatorship, and against those vying to become the new dictators of the people of the “red line” revolution of human dignity, bread and liberties.
    We see today the Islamic regime is even less capable than ever of managing society. We see the snake eating its own tail, and if this ridiculous gang of murderers and rapists and pickpockets dictate their savage rule of madness to 90 million Iranians, it is only made possible by the noose of the gallows, the barrels of rifles, by Evin and Kahrizak.
    This is why we have gathered here, and this is why we must continue our support for the struggle of the political prisoners. This is why we need to gather momentum and become a force demanding freedom of all political prisoners – which is a demand for freedom itself.
    In the face of the gallows and guns and Evin and Kahrizak, we gather on this day to amplify the voices of our detained, imprisoned, tortured, raped – our sisters and brothers, physically broken yet courageously fighting back, standing against brutality and inhumanity. We together in protest, inside and outside of Iran, inside and outside of the prisons of the regime, have forced the regime to retreat on many occasions. And a retreat of one inch by this regime from limiting our basic freedoms – like speech, gathering, belief, sexuality – will bring these barbarians that much closer to their demise, while establishing the grounds for a future Iran in which there are no political prisoners, there is no torture or persecution, and there are no limits to our freedoms.
    We said that there are new political winds blowing, from east to west, and from south to north. We see that the pressure from beneath, from the streets, is felt in the corridors of power in front of us [the UN]! If these owners of power decided to keep silent in the face of crimes of the Islamic regime against humanity, even betraying their own mandate — not only their moral but legal responsibilities — when the thugs of Ayatollah committed genocide… we are here to tell them – all those who covered and continue to cover up for the forces of darkness, those who legitimized and continue to legitimize the rapists and killers of our sisters and brothers – that we hold them responsible, too, for the crimes committed by those who have occupied our peoples’ office in that institution [the UN].
    We have demanded and we continue to demand expulsion of the torturers and killers of our people from this institution. It should not be acceptable for anyone other than the real owners of the streets of Tunis, Cairo, Manama, Jedda, Damascus, and Tehran – the people, the 99%, the masses – to decide who represents them. Expel these murderers and cutthroats – they do not represent us!
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    JAY Saudi anti-regime protesters stage rallies in Riyadh, Mecca
    http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2012...-mecca-see-fresh-protest-rallies/

    Sun Jul 29, 2012 4:40AM GMT

    Saudi anti-regime protesters have held fresh demonstrations across Riyadh as well as the holy city of Mecca to protest against the arrest of political prisoners.

    Chanting anti-regime slogans on Saturday, the angry protesters demanded the release of political prisoners and the downfall of the US-backed monarchy.

    On Friday, Saudi security forces opened fire and injured several demonstrators in the eastern city of Qatif.

    Similar demonstrations were also held against the regime in the village of Awamiyah and the city of Buraydah.

    Tensions have been running high in Saudi Arabia's oil-rich Eastern Province over the past weeks following the detention of Saudi Shia cleric Sheikh Nemr al-Nemr.

    Sheikh Nemr was attacked, injured, and arrested by Saudi security forces, while driving from a farm to his house in the province’s Qatif region on July 8.

    Since February 2011, protesters have held demonstrations on an almost regular basis in Saudi Arabia, mainly in the Qatif region and Awamiyah, also in the Eastern Province, primarily calling for the release of all political prisoners, freedom of expression and assembly, and an end to widespread discrimination.

    However, the demonstrations have turned into protests against the Al Saud regime, especially since November 2011, when Saudi security forces killed five protesters and injured many others in the province.

    According to Human Rights Watch, the Saudi regime “routinely represses expression critical of the government.”

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    Re: Demokrat Sudah Memasuki Iran dan Saudi Arabia..

    JAY Saudi anti-regime protesters stage rallies in Riyadh, Mecca
    http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2012...-mecca-see-fresh-protest-rallies/

    Sun Jul 29, 2012 4:40AM GMT

    Saudi anti-regime protesters have held fresh demonstrations across Riyadh as well as the holy city of Mecca to protest against the arrest of political prisoners.

    Chanting anti-regime slogans on Saturday, the angry protesters demanded the release of political prisoners and the downfall of the US-backed monarchy.

    On Friday, Saudi security forces opened fire and injured several demonstrators in the eastern city of Qatif.

    Similar demonstrations were also held against the regime in the village of Awamiyah and the city of Buraydah.

    Tensions have been running high in Saudi Arabia's oil-rich Eastern Province over the past weeks following the detention of Saudi Shia cleric Sheikh Nemr al-Nemr.

    Sheikh Nemr was attacked, injured, and arrested by Saudi security forces, while driving from a farm to his house in the province’s Qatif region on July 8.

    Since February 2011, protesters have held demonstrations on an almost regular basis in Saudi Arabia, mainly in the Qatif region and Awamiyah, also in the Eastern Province, primarily calling for the release of all political prisoners, freedom of expression and assembly, and an end to widespread discrimination.

    However, the demonstrations have turned into protests against the Al Saud regime, especially since November 2011, when Saudi security forces killed five protesters and injured many others in the province.

    According to Human Rights Watch, the Saudi regime “routinely represses expression critical of the government.”

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    Re: Demokrat Sudah Memasuki Iran dan Saudi Arabia..

    Adakah yang berani bilang rakyat dikedua negara itu( Iran dan Arab Saudi) hidup sengsara? Bahkan rakyat di Suriah juga mengatakan mereka hidup dengan baik disana, tiba-tiba datang segerombolan orang melakukan demonstrasi entah darimana mereka datangnya.

    Timur tengah bersiaplah menjadi negara neolib yang dipikirin cuma uang uang dan korupsi aja.
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    Re: Demokrat Sudah Memasuki Iran dan Saudi Arabia..

    walah gan... pake bahasa inggris, ane kagak ngerti...

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    Re: Demokrat Sudah Memasuki Iran dan Saudi Arabia..

    Quote Originally Posted by posd1 View Post
    Adakah yang berani bilang rakyat dikedua negara itu( Iran dan Arab Saudi) hidup sengsara? Bahkan rakyat di Suriah juga mengatakan mereka hidup dengan baik disana, tiba-tiba datang segerombolan orang melakukan demonstrasi entah darimana mereka datangnya.

    Timur tengah bersiaplah menjadi negara neolib yang dipikirin cuma uang uang dan korupsi aja.
    Angin perubahan sudah berhembus kembali.

    Yang jadi pertanyaan, apakah setelah fase Arab Spring, negara2 tersebut menjadi lebih radikal atau malah lebih demokrasi?

    btw, kalau soal money oriented dan korupsi, sebelum fenomena Arab Spring juga sudah tumbuh subur.
    Mubarak dan khadafy terkenal akan gaya hidup mewah dan tentu saja korupsinya.
    Jadi hal2 negatif tersebut bukan saja monopoli dari istilah "neolib" belaka.
    Last edited by earsun; 30-07-12 at 01:12 PM.
    Legion of mindless zombies could even turned insolent marauder into a demigod

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    Re: Demokrat Sudah Memasuki Iran dan Saudi Arabia..

    Quote Originally Posted by AngelzHutz View Post
    walah gan... pake bahasa inggris, ane kagak ngerti...
    Sorry non , beritanya masih bhs inggris. Tunggu portal berita Indo terjemahin aja. Tapi aturan semua anak muda Indonesia mampu membaca artikel bahasa Inggris dengan baik.
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    Re: Demokrat Sudah Memasuki Iran dan Saudi Arabia..

    Quote Originally Posted by earsun View Post
    Angin perubahan sudah berhembus kembali.

    Yang jadi pertanyaan, apakah setelah fase Arab Spring, negara2 tersebut menjadi lebih radikal atau malah lebih demokrasi?

    btw, kalau soal money oriented dan korupsi, sebelum fenomena Arab Spring juga sudah tumbuh subur.
    Mubarak dan khadafy terkenal akan gaya hidup mewah dan tentu saja korupsinya.
    Jadi hal2 negatif tersebut bukan saja monopoli dari istilah "neolib" belaka.

    Sepertinya bukan angin perubahan bung. Tapi angin manipulasi politik dari demokrat yang bikin. Coba baca trit terbaru posd menenai penemuan terbaru.

    Posd berani bilang akan muncul budaya demonstrasi di arab. Dan pasti akan jauh lebih buruk dari arab sekarang. Sebab Sekarang yang korupsi paling elitnya aja. Nanti yang korupsi semuanya. Budaya neolib, cinta uang dan kapitalis akan menjamur. Gak memandang dari golongan agama, golongan profesor, golongan rakyat kecil semua akan kena virus memuja dewa uang ini.
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    Re: Demokrat Sudah Memasuki Iran dan Saudi Arabia..

    Saudi protesters hold demo against Al Saud regime in Safwa
    http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2012...is-hold-antiregime-demo-in-safwa/

    Wed Aug 1, 2012 8:5AM GMT

    Saudi protesters have held a demonstration against the repressive regime of Al Saud in the eastern city of Safwa.

    Demonstrators took to the streets in Safwa, which is located about 13 kilometers (8 miles) north of the Qatif region in the Eastern Province, on Tuesday.

    Protesters chanted slogans against the Riyadh regime, calling for the downfall of the Al Saud family.

    The demonstration was held after the funeral of the wife of prominent detained Shia cleric Sheikh Nemr al-Nemr.

    The demonstrators in Safwa also demanded the release of Sheikh Nemr, who was attacked, injured and arrested by the security forces of the Al Saud regime while driving from a farm to his house in Qatif on July 8.

    On July 22, the family members of Sheikh Nemr were allowed to visit the cleric for a second time since his arrest.

    On July 13, Saudi security forces in the town of Awamiyah killed an 18-year-old protester during a demonstration held near a police station in support of Sheikh Nemr.

    Since February 2011, protesters have held demonstrations on an almost regular basis in Saudi Arabia, mainly in Qatif and Awamiyah in Eastern Province, primarily calling for the release of all political prisoners, freedom of expression and assembly, and an end to widespread discrimination.

    However, the demonstrations have turned into protests against the Al Saud regime, especially since November 2011, when Saudi security forces killed five protesters and injured many others in Eastern Province.

    Similar demonstrations have also been held in the capital, Riyadh, and the holy city of Medina over the past weeks.

    According to Human Rights Watch, the Saudi regime “routinely represses expression critical of the government.”

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    wah.. nggak ngerti maksudnya gan..
    pake bahasa inggris soalnya..

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