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Politicians said it was not clear which security organization had carried out the students arrests. Intelligence Ministry and police officials have said they only have a handful of students in their custody.
As President Khatami has said, a government has been formed inside the government, and some organizations are arresting citizens, Hadi Qabel, head of the reformist Participation Front party in the city of Qom told Tosea.
One 53-year-old woman told Reuters she had been unable to get any information about the whereabouts of her son, a student who was arrested during the first days of the protests about two weeks ago.
The son of at least one reformist MP has also been detained and several MPs complained they had received death threats since releasing a highly critical letter to Supreme Leader Ali Al-Khamenei last month signed by 135 MPs.
posted on 06/26/2003 1:29:39 AM PDT
Do they not really know or just pretend not to know? Either way, those reformers appear to be useless.
I hope that at least some of Iranian military and security side with protesters after July 9, instead of merely staying out of trouble.
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