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To: DoctorZIn
See also, from www.rozanehmagazine.com:

Join The Iranian / Persian Universal March For Freedom

http://www.venusproject.com/ecs/

Please join us in our struggle to eradicate the major source and the supporter of World Wide Terrorism. This march is a Universal condemnation of the criminal Islamic regime of mullahs in Iran and a call for secularism, democracy, freedom and referendum in Iran.

The Iranian student activist shown in the picture above is Ahmad Batebi who is still in an Iranian prison for his 1999 protest for democracy.

Schedule of Demonstrations Against The Mafia Islamist Regime of Iran in Europe, U.S. and Canada July 8, 2004, (18 Tir, Persian Calendar).

UNITED STATES

Washington, D.C.
Place: The Western Side of the Capitol Building
Time: Thursday, July 8, 2004 from 11 a.m.
Organized by The Committee for Tir 18 Demonstrations

Los Angeles
Place: The Federal Building at 11000 Wilshire Blvd. (Westwood area)
Time: Wednesday, July 7, 2004, from 5 to 8 p.m.
Organized by The Committee for Tir 18 Demonstrations

San Jose
Place: Corner of University Ave. & Emerson in Palo Alto
Time: Wednesday, July 7, 2004, from 7 to 9 p.m.
Organized by: Iranian Association for Democracy (IAD)

Sacramento
Place: In Front of Arden Mall
Time: July 4th at 7:00 PM
Organized - by Hormoz 916-213-6944

CANADA

Toronto
Toronto, July 8, (18 Tir) Thursday from 6 PM to 9 PM Mel Lastman Square, (hear of North York, north of Toronto) come out and commemorate this event. There will be speaker from Amnesty International, Member of Parliament of Canada, live music, by Sattar, and special speaker, Parviz Sayyad‚

GERMANY

Berlin
Place: In Front Of Iran Embassy Occupied by Mullahs
Date & Time: Saturday, July 03, 2004 - from 13 to 15
Organized by Freedom-loving Iranian People

Norenberg
Place: Halle Platz Konik Strasse
Time: Saturday, July 10, 2004 - from 3 to 5 p.m.
Organized by The Constitutional Party of Iran

Dusseldorf
Place: from Banhoff toward the City Court
Time: Saturday, July 10, 2004, from 2 p.m.
Organized by the Constitutional Party of Iran, Kassel, Monster and Furzin divisions

Heidelberg
Place: Bismark Platz (town center)
Time: Saturday, July 10, 2004 - from 3 to 5 p.m.
Organized by The Constitutional Party of Iran

Hamburg
Place: The Western side of the Central Train Station (Hopt Banhoff)
Time: Thursday, July 8, 2004 - at 12:00 noon
Organized by: The Constitutional Party of Iran, The Iranian Women‚ Cultural Center, Khashm Organization, The Political-Cultural Center for Free Iranians in Hamburg

Munich
Place: Stachus square
Time: Thursday, July 8, 2004, from 5 to 6 p.m.
Organized by: The Constitutional Party of Iran, Iran‚ Freedom Forces, Iranian Freedom Movement, Munich‚ democrats.

ENGLAND

London
Place: In front of the Occupied Iranian Embassy (in Kensington)
Time: Thursday, July 8, 2004, from 12 noon to 4 p.m.
Organized by: The Constitutional Party of Iran, and The National Unity Front of Iran

DENMARK

Odense
Place: In front of the City Hall (Mayor‚ office)
Time: Thursday, July 8, 2004, from 4 to 6 p.m.
Organized by The Constitutional Party of Iran

SWEDEN

Stockholm
Place: The Center of City of Stockholm, Sergels Torg
Time: Thursday, July 8, 2004, from 4 to 7 p.m.
Organized by: The Constitutional Party of Iran, and Sweden‚ Liberals

HOLLAND

Den Haag
Place: In front of the Parliament of The Netherlands
Time: Thursday, July 8th, 2004 - from 1 p.m.
Organized by: The Democratic Front

Den Haag
Place: In front of the Parliament of The Netherlands
Time: Thursday, July 8th, 2004 - from 1 p.m.
Organized by: The Democratic Front

FRANCE

Paris
Place: In front of the Iran Embassy, IENA Square, Paris
Time: Thursday, July 8th, 2004 - from 7 P.M. to 9 P.M.
Organized by: http://www.danshejoo.org

Norway

Oslo
Place: In front of the Norway Parlimanet
Time: Saturday, July 3th, 2004 - from 2 P.M.
Organized by: Independent

Belgium

Brussels
Place: In front of the European Council Building in Shoeman Square
Time: Wednesday, July 7th, 2004 - from 2:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.
Organized by: Independent

Learn More About 18 Tir


22 posted on 07/08/2004 4:43:06 AM PDT by RonDog
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To: RonDog

You're up early.........Thanx for all your posts. :~ )


23 posted on 07/08/2004 4:47:30 AM PDT by nuconvert ( "Let Freedom Reign !" ) ( Azadi baraye Iran)
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To: RonDog
And, from www.venusproject.com/ecs/18_Tir_what_is.html:

July 8, - Or, 18 Tir, Persian Calendar

Movement Against The Dictatorial Criminal Islamic Republic of Iran

The 18th of Tir (July 8th) is an eternal epic poem of the freedom-fighters' brave and righteous movement against the tyrannical Islamic regime.

Nearly four years have passed since the painful and horrifying attack of the Islamic authorities against innocent freedom-demanding students. This attack was seen as so brutal and so violent that it brought back painful memories of the Mongolian invasion of Iran.

The 18th of Tir is seen as a remembrance of those, like Ezzat Ebrahim-Nejad, who in the path of freedom have regretfully lost their lives.

The National Union of Iranian Students and Graduates (NUISG), who have suffered the most, were subjected to brutal and inhuman torture by the hands of the dictatorial Islamic regime.

The murderous Islamic authorities addressed physical pain and torture to Manoochehr Mohammadi and Gholamreza Mohajeri Nejad, two prominent student leaders, in their evil attempt to acquire false confessions to be televised. Such deceiving acts by the Islamic authorities are considered an honor from their devilish perspective.

Akbar Mohammadi, a strong student fighter who was subjected to insurmountable torture, remained strong and showed defying resistance against his torturers.

Faranak Tavasoli and Ata Moradi, two committed members of the NUISG, were subjected to various torture methods.

Faramarz Tavasoli, a young 8-year-old child, was subjected to imprisonment due to his support and cooperation with the NUISG in the 18th of Tir.

Somayeh Amini, Reyhaneh Hashemi, Roozbeh Sadrara, Peyman Piran, Mehdi Mesbah, Ayoob Lorestani, Mohammad Sarami, Hossein Taghi Zadeh, Mostafa Kazemi, Parviz Reza Zadeh, Alireza Babayee, Bahman Heidari, Babak Kazemi, Majid Rostamian, Farhad Rasayee, ... were just a few of hundreds of members of NUISG imprisoned in the horrific Islamic prison cells and subjected to violent torture. And with the upcoming 4th anniversary of this painful event, the leader of NUISG, Manoochehr Mohammadi, remains captive alongside fellow colleagues such as: Mehrdad Lohrasbi, Ahmad Batebi, Akbar Mohammadi, Abbas Deldar, Javid Tehrani, ... as these innocent students were invaded in their dorms by vicious Islamic authorities and their murderous ambition of suppressing, beating, torturing and killing the peaceful secular opposition.

Fellow freedom-fighters such as Mostafa Piran, Vajih Behnam, Koroush Sahati, Ali Afshari, Amir Abbas Fakhravar, Mehdi Sanjari, Reza Mehregan, Sadernia, Bayat, Shaghaghi, Beygpour, Majidi, Ghadernia, Abbasgholi Nejad, Zamani, Tabasi, Tahmasbi and Sharifi are currently imprisoned along with other well-known figures such as: Abbas Amir Entezam, Nasser Zarafshan, Siamak Pourzand, Bani Amerian, Farahi Shandiz, Kamaliha, Malmirban, Bakhtiari, Ezzati, Sistani, Sabet, Momeni, Masouri, Kongdare, Shariat Panahi, Khavari, Bayemani, Alipour, Malak, Kalbi, Mahmoodnia, Mahmoodi, Amini, Ameli, ......

The National Union of Iranian Students and Graduates, which was the first secular student body after the 1979 revolution and stands independent from all groups and organizations, in remembrance to the 18th of Tir requests from all active Iranians and freedom-fighters to take the streets, universities and main squares nationwide from 7pm evening on this upcoming 18th of Tir (July 9th) in opposition to the inhuman and tyrannical Islamic regime. On this day, we will stand united in full force chanting slogans such as "Zendani Siasi Azad Bayad Gardad!" (Political Prisoners Must Be Freed!), "Daneshjooye Zendani Azad Bayad Gardad!" (Student Prisoners Must Be Freed!), "Refrandum Refrandum, In Ast Shoare Mardom!" (Referendum Referendum, This Is The People's Slogan!), while holding banners reading "Islamic Republic? NO!"

Furthermore by chanting slogans from the first 18th of Tir, such as "Diktatore Pinoshe, Iran Shili Nemishe!" (Tyrant Pinochet, Iran Will Not Become Chile!), "Seyyed Ali Haya Kon, Saltanat Ra Rahaa Kon!" (Seyyed Ali [Khamanei] Resign, Let Go Of Monarchy!), "Ansar Jenayat Mikonad, Rahbar Hemayat Mikonad" (Ansar [Hezbollah] Does Crime, The Leader Supports This), "Hokomate Zoor Nemikhahim, Akhonde Mozdoor Nemikhahim" (We Don't Want A Dictatorial Rule, We Don't Want A Money-earning Cleric), "Toop Tank Bassiji, Digar Asar Nadarad" (Guns Tanks Bassijs, No Longer Have Effect), "Hokomate Akhoondi, Bar Kenar Bar Kenar" (Clerical Rule, Move Aside Move Aside), "Daneshjooye Mobarez, Rahat Edame Dad" (Student Fighter, Continue Your Path), ... we will show the world that the Islamic Republic, in any form or manner, stands as an inhuman reactionary militia.

For as long as the Islamic criminal militia is in rule, the people's movement will grow stronger and more defiant for the rescue of Iran and Iranians.

National Union of Iranian Students and Graduates

In Correlation With:
Students and Freethinkers of Iran
Students' Committee for the Defense of Political Prisoners
Teachers and Mentors of Iran
Alliance of Iranian Students - http://www.daneshjooyan.org
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Greetings Compatriots

The anniversary of the July 9th national uprising is near. The uprising was doubtlessly an event that not only caused the night worshipping manipulators of religion ruling our country to tremble but it also revealed the democracy seeking struggles of the third generation.

Indeed, the worshippers of the night carried out an assault on the university. They attacked, murdered, set fires, and left, but the doves of freedom remain incarcerated. Doves such as Manoochehr Mohammadi, Abbas Deldar, Akbar Mohammadi, Ahmad Batebi, Mehrdad Lohrasbi, Javid Tehrani, Mostafa Piran, Ali Afshari, Koroush Sahti, Abbas Fakhravar, Mehdi Sanjari, Abbas Amir Entezam, Nasser Zerafshan have been held as political prisoners and Ezat Ebrahimnejad lost his life in the struggle for freedom. But the aggressors do not know that these events have ignited a fire in the hearts of Iranian youth that will blaze on until the enemies of Iran and Iranians have been reduced to ashes.

It is up to us to gather in great numbers during the anniversary of the national uprising so that we make apparent our support for our youth and the doves of freedom during this sensitive time in our national history.

The students and youth of Iran have extended a hand to you compatriots for support.

The gathering of the student movement will take place on Wednesday, July 7, 2004, from 5 to 8 p.m. at four in the afternoon in front of the Federal Building at 11000 Wilshire Blvd. (Westwood area) in Los Angeles.

On that day together we will call for the release of all political prisoners. We will shout “No to an Islamic Republic” and we will tell the world that “We want a referendum”.

Looking forward to seeing all of you beloved compatriots,
Gholamreza Mohajerinejhad
Alliance of Iranian Students
Organizing Committee for July 9th Gathering
Wednesday, July 7, 2004, from 5 to 8 p.m.

P.O. Box 664, Reseda, CA 91337
http://www.daneshjooyan.org

For your convenience, the Federal Building Parking lot will be open on the demonstration day.

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25 posted on 07/08/2004 4:57:20 AM PDT by RonDog
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