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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Iran using Hamas mercenaries on street protestors

Several Iranians involved in street protests in their country have told Israel's Jerusalem Post that 'Palestinian' thugs affiliated with Hamas have been helping the Iranian Revolutionary Guards to quash the protests.
Palestinian Hamas members are helping the Iranian authorities crush street protests in support of reformist presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi, two protesters told The Jerusalem Post On Tuesday.


People claiming to have witnessed the shootings, however, insist that the victims were peaceful demonstrators, including students from Teheran university. "There are so many crimes, beatings and killings that have yet to be reported. When we fight back, it is for our own protection," said a young man passing out flyers with the names of those he said were murdered Teheran University students.

Among those named were Fatima Brahati, Kasra Sharafi, Kambiz Shahi, Mohsen Emani and Mina Ahtrami. Their bodies are said to have been secretly buried by government loyalists.

Amid the violence, confusion and government restrictions on communication, the accuracy of conflicting accounts is hard to ascertain.

"The most important thing that I believe people outside of Iran should be aware of," the young man went on, "is the participation of Palestinian forces in these riots."

Another protester, who spoke as he carried a kitchen knife in one hand and a stone in the other, also cited the presence of Hamas in Teheran.

On Monday, he said, "my brother had his ribs beaten in by those Palestinian animals. Taking our people's money is not enough, they are thirsty for our blood too."

It was ironic, this man said, that the victorious Ahmadinejad "tells us to pray for the young Palestinians, suffering at the hands of Israel." His hope, he added, was that Israel would "come to its senses" and ruthlessly deal with the Palestinians.

When asked if these militia fighters could have been mistaken for Lebanese Shi'ites, sent by Hizbullah, he rejected the idea. "Ask anyone, they will tell you the same thing. They [Palestinian extremists] are out beating Iranians in the streets… The more we gave this arrogant race, the more they want… [But] we will not let them push us around in our own country."

I did some searching on Twitter (Yes, I am on Twitter, but I don't post there often. For those of you who want to follow me, go here). It seems that the riot police dressed in black in Tehran are all Hamas mercenaries.

I have also moved my Twitter location to Tehran rather than Jerusalem. I saw requests that people do this to make it harder for the regime in Iran to track the Twitterers there.

Finally, I just found an interview with Saeed Valadbaygi that was on Channel 2 news here in Israel last night. Valadbaygi is an Iranian blogger and his blog is called Revolutionary Road. Here's part of that interview:
5) can you expline our viewers what is it in Moussawi that represent a big change for Iran? cn he bring for a change with us?

All together Mousavi is not supposed to be doing a lot. The only reason people have decided to support him is because they do not want Ahmadinejad to rule using Islamic fascist and Hezbollah forces. Between all the candidates, it was only mousavi who knew how to treat Ahmadinejad in a serious way. In the previous years when Mousavi was Iran’s president, he has also announced Ahmadinejds subjects about Israel and also relationship with its government and in general he is keen about the inhuman political issues in the Islamic republic on this ground. Also he was involved in the execution of the political prisoners and because of this matter people know him as a criminal. No one of the selected candidates can take the message of peace to Israel on behalf of the Iranian people and this is because we can see in the previous years that their opinions do not match the opinion of the Iranian community. It’s only their religious and inhuman views which is announced in the international communities and its known as the acceptable politics.

I on behalf of all the people in Iran and with full confidence will announce that we do not have any problems with the people in Israel and we believe that religious belief is a personal right and has no place in today’s century and at last we expect the same thing from Israel.
Here's hoping that Valadbaygi and his friends win.


At 4:39 PM, Blogger jlp said...

Carl ...Along the twitter line, you may enjoy this if you haven't seen it already? Jon Stewart ripping CNN a new orifice regarding twitter, et al.

I loathe CNN.


At 11:06 PM, Blogger M Brueschke said...

CNN posted a piece on YouTube defending the poor coverage, and they were down right snippy and bitter about it. So much for them, its been years since I watched CNN for anything. I think it was the Columbia failure in '03 and some of the OIF ground war.

At 1:31 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Iran and Hamas - birds of a feather. I wonder when they will throw people off rooftops in Tehran.

At 6:48 AM, Blogger Carl in Jerusalem said...


They did already. Go here. They have already thrown university students out dormitory windows.

At 8:17 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

Somehow we got to help brave Iranians overthrow these Arab Hamas and Hezbolah thugs or we may regret it later if we don't help and just watch from sidelines.
Free Iran Now for peace.

At 8:23 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

Would you believe this regime that calls itself democratic now on its web site asking people to identify the demonstrators so they can send them to certain death.I suggest send them wrong info so they get thousands of wrong leads this way the innocent gets protected a bit.
Here is the lihttp://www.gerdab.ir/fa/pages/?cid=422


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