Skip to comments.Invitation for a National Gathering Commemorating July 9th [LA rally for Iranian freedom 7/09]
Posted on 06/11/2003 7:56:47 AM PDT by Eala
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 Sunday July 6, 2003, at four in the afternoon in front of the Federal Building 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,
Alliance of Iranian Students
Organizing Committee for July 9th Gathering
Sunday July 6, 2003-four in the afternoon-WestWood
Telephone and Fax (818) 346-4317
P.O. Box 664, Reseda, CA 91337
For your convenience, the Federal Building Parking lot will be open on the demonstration day
From the streets of Tehran to the Gulf of Oman, let freedom ring.
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What a wonderful metaphor for the Iranian Islamic regime with its sick-making religious pretensions.
The coverage of Iran-related stories seems to be pretty good.
On a totally unrelated note, the wife sent me an interesting link today:
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