We are grateful of our American friends and believe me that the Iranians know who their friends and allies are.
I have to say that Iranians will be a free nation soon and they will be a major friend of the US in the middle east region.
And let me remind you what President Bush said on July 12th, 2003:
Iran is an ancient land, home to a proud culture with a rich heritage of learning and progress. The future of Iran will be decided by the people of Iran. Right now, the Iranian people are struggling with difficult questions about how to build a modern 21st century society that is at once Muslim, prosperous and free. There is a long history of friendship between the American people and the people of Iran.
As Irans people move towards a future defined by greater freedom, greater tolerance, they will have no better friend than the United States of America.
President George W. Bush, July 12, 2002
This helps us raise our hopes and faith in our US friends and while getting their support, we will keep fighting this regime through any possible way we can.
We love your country, flag and nation and we have respect and love for them as much as we do for our country and history.
Once again, I'd like to wish you all the bests in the states and hope to meet every one of you in Iran.
Please keep helping us and be with us.
UPRISING ANNIVERSARY: Security Forces Close Universities to Prevent Rallies
In order to prevent impromptu rallies on the anniversary of the July 8, 1999 police attack on Tehran university student dorms, the security forces, deployed in great numbers in northern Tehran, have almost forced the universities to close. In the final hours of Wednesday, a day before the anniversary, student groups have been convinced that no permit for rallies, on or off campus, would be issued. Reza Delbari, member of the central council of the association of the Islamic student councils (Dafter-e Tahkim-e Vahdat), tells Radio Farda that in addition to banning commemoration rallies, the authorities at the supreme national security council and the interior ministry have enforced a news black-out on student activists, preventing the domestic press from printing any article about the anniversary. Most universities closed their gates on Wednesday afternoon, he adds.