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Since the Iranian presidential elections on June 12, numerous Iranian citizens have reportedly been arrested, detained, or gone missing. Below are the names of such individuals, followed by a list of citizens reportedly released by government authorities.
We have translated and posted here a question-and-answer session between Bernard Hourcade, direcctor of the French National Centre for Scientific Research, on the crisis in Iran.
Disclaimer: We post this letter from an individual in Iran who wishes to remain anonymous. We make no claims to the authenticity, veracity, or source of the information.
News agency of students supporting the civil movement in Iran
Supporters of Mir-Hossein Mousavi, supporters of Mehdi Karrubi, supporters of Mohsen Rezai, and all friends who long for justice,
Just after Iran’s rigged elections last week, with hundreds of thousands of protesters taking to the streets, it looked as if a new revolution was in the offing. Five days later, the uprising is little more than a symbolic protest, crushed by the elite Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps. Meanwhile, the real revolution has gone unnoticed: the guard has effected a silent coup d’état.