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Posted on 07/04/2003 3:02:01 PM PDT by freedom44
Date: Wed. July 9, 2003 Time: 10:00 Location: US Capital Square, In front of Capital Building, West Front area Source: contact: 800-662-8196 or www.tazahorat.org In Attendence: Senator Sam Brownback, Senator Brad Sherman and others.
Support Iranian Students In Their Quest For Freedom & Democracy
The young people are investing their lives for freedom in Iran. All they are asking from you is to invest only a few hours of your time.
On July 9th, 2003, the fourth anniversary of the Islamic Regime's savage massacre of the university Students in Iran, the Coalition for the Pro-democracy Iranian groups in cooperation with International Harmony are organizing a demonstration in solidarity with Iranian student's Struggle for freedom. the demonstration of July 9, 2003 will focus on the Islamic Regime's denial of unalienable rights of Iranian people to liberty, justice and the pursuit of happiness. The demonstration of July 9, 2003 in Washington D.C. will also place emphasis on condemning the Iranian Regime's cardinal standing in sponsoring radical Islamic Ideology and International acts of Terroism.
Place: The United States Capitol Square, Capitol Building, West Front Area. Washington D.C.
TIME: 10:00 AM, Wednesday July 9, 2003
Senators Sherman, and Brownback said they will be in attendence to speak to a very large mix of Iranian-Americans and other supporters of Democracy in Iran.
Satellite Television has reported other Demonstrations initiated by Iranian-Americans in Houston, Dallas, San Diego, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Florida, New York, New Jersey, Seattle, Chicago, most countries in Europe, and Australia. All groups of people will be in attendence to show their vocal support.
Here a couple they announced today:
Los Angeles July 8th 6pm front of Federal Building in Westwood for more information 818-355-3747
Atlanta Sunday July 6th CNN Center From 3-5 Tuesday July 8th CNN Center From 5-9 with live Music
Charlotte July 8th 4pm in front of the Federal Court House
Chicago Wednesday July 9th 6-9pm Michigan Street
Seattle Tuesday July 8th 6-8pm 15 & 45th street - Univ of Washington.
Houston Tuesday July 8th 6-8pm 2300 Between St. Phillip and Westernet
Texas July 8th at 630pm in front of the Capital Building
New York July 9th 11-2pm 1st and 47th for more information 718-445-9761
Miami July 9th 12-5pm Aside British Embassy at Bayside Park
Austin, TX July 8th at 630pm J8 in front of the Capital Building for more information 512-789-7076
San Diego Sunday July 6th Federal Building Front Street & Broadway from 5-9pm
Houston Sunday July 6th Muslim Community Center (Guy said symbolic gesture to the Mullahs) from 6-8pm
Germany Berlin Date: Sat. July 5, 2003 Time: 12:00-15:30 Location: Podbielskiallee 65 (U1, metro line 1) Source: contact: various
Frankfort Date: Sat. July 5, 2003 Time: 11:00 Location: Bocken heimer warte (in front of Frankfort University) Source: contact: www.Ebram@T-online.de
Sweden Stockholm Date: Wednesday. July 9, 2003 Time: 17.00 (swedish time) Location: Sergelstorg, Stockholm City Source: various
Denmark Copenhagen Date: Wed. July 9, 2003 Time: 16:00 Location: In front of In front of Iran Embassy Source: contact: +45-5160-3121
Spain Barcelona Date: Wed. July 9, 2003 Time: 10:00-12:00 Location: Plaza Sant Jaume Source: SMCCDI
United Kingdom London Date: Wed. July 9, 2003 Time: 2pm to 4pm Location: No 10 Downing Street, London (near Westminster station) Source: contact:07957 212 890 - 07958 313 397
Belgium Brussel Date: Mon 23 June, 2003 Time: 14:00-16:00 Location: In Iran Embassy, Av tervuren 415 , 1150 Bruxelles Source: contact: email@example.com
Date: Tue. July 8, 2003 Time: 14:00-18:00 Location: In front of European Union Building Source: contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
France Paris Date: Wed. July 9, 2003 Time: 19:00-23:00 Location: Place Iena, Main Square of the City Source: SMCCDI
Paris Date: Sat. July 12, 2003 Time: 15:00-19:00 Location: Place Odeon Source: SMCCDI
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We need to remember that thousands of Iranian people held candle light vigils in support and sympathy for the US after 9-11, while many in the rest of the Middle East danced on the street.
Following the terrorist attacks on New York City, Washington D.C., and Pennsylvania, many in Iran showed their support for the victims with vigils and prayers. Thousands attend candlelight vigil in Tehran.
Is that accurate? The 2300 block of what street? Also, I can't locate "St. Phillip" or "Westernet" streets on the online maps. Should this be 2300 Post Oak (or some other north-south running street) between San Felipe (pronounced feh-lee-pay) and Westheimer?
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