Tweet “Hardly a day goes by without the op-ed page of the Washington Post carrying an article by a veteran of the Bush Administration holding forth on foreign policy. Michael Gerson, a former Bush speechwriter and policy advisor, even has a regular columnist gig. And today Yosemite Sam advocates bombing Iran. It’s as if in
TweetThere’s really nothing left for me to write or say except that I am simply awed by their courage
Tweet Here’s a rough translation of her whispers of …. “Tomorrow is the Saturday of destiny….Tonight the Allaho Akbar is louder than other nights….Where is this place? A country were people have only God left to reach out to… This is a country where every night people’s scream of Allah O Akbar is louder than
First They Ignore You, Then They Laugh at You, Then They Fight you, Then You Win [ #IranElection #GR88 ]By Dirk | Human Rights Activist
Tweet Ok so Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, spoke at Tehran University for Friday prayers, [Live-tweets from the speech are here] he said that the elections are fair and the protests have gone far enough. According to this translation, there’s the predictable crap about “Zionist, American [and] British” interloping, and he called Ahmadinejad the “legal
Tweet “The State Department asked social-networking site Twitter to delay scheduled maintenance earlier this week to avoid disrupting communications among tech-savvy Iranian citizens as they took to the streets to protest Friday’s reelection of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. The move illustrates the growing influence of online social-networking services as a communications media. Foreign news coverage of
Tweet Everyone please consider taking the following steps to support the people of Iran: 1. Show your support by changing your profile picture on Twitter to the color green by clicking Settings >Design>Change Design Colors>Background>009933. (This may seem trivial, but Iranians have said every bit of support matters in keeping them going) 2.
Tweet It’s hardly necessary to say anymore that Twitter is the main social network still accessible within Iran, and it simply has to stay up tonight. It’s become too important to take a few hours off. Why? Because roughly twelve hours ago an anonymous Iranian twitter user I and many others have come to