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Posted: 30/January/2011 at 16:54 | IP Logged  |  Copy the link in order to refer to this post Quote tude dog

This is hilarious, Iran knows all about the will of the people.

Iran tells Egypt to listen to the people’s voice

TEHRAN - Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast has advised Egyptian officials to avoid resorting to violence in dealing with the popular demonstrations in the country.

“The demonstrations of the Muslim Egyptian nation are a movement seeking the realization of justice and Egyptians’ national and ideological demands. Egyptian officials are expected to avoid the use of violence in dealing with the people,” Mehmanparast said in a statement.

He also advised the Egyptian government to listen to “this Muslim nation’s voice,” to accept the “Islamic awakening” and to submit to the people’s demands.

TEHRAN TIMES

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Report: Iran hangs 2 men who made videos of post-election turmoil

By the CNN Wire Staff | January 24, 2011

 
Iran hanged two men Monday for their actions during post-election unrest in 2009, state media reported, months after the United States' secretary of state called for Iran to drop the "imminent" executions. Iran's Press TV described the men as terrorists and members of the Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO). Jafar Kazemi and Mohammad Ali Haj Aqaei were hanged on Monday "for distributing placards and photos of the terrorist group, making videos and images during the post-election unrest in Iran in 2009 and chanting slogans in favor of the MKO," the state-run Islamic Republic News Agency reported.
 

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tude dog wrote:
This is hilarious, Iran knows all about the will of the people.
Iran has taken centre stage in the region and is making its presence felt, no nation in that region, Israel included, can claim to be free of the taint of murder and repression. I hope the entire region explodes in flame and we will finally be rid of this boil on our ass.
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