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Monday, August 15, 2005

Iran: Behind the Iron Curtain

Support Ganji has requested that we, the ones with a voice, speak up and out for the people of Iran. While Ganji is a political prisoner who has been on a hunger strike since June 9, 2005, he is more concerned about his beloved people and their country.

Korosh is a dear friend, and he has asked anyone with ears to hear to write about the atrocities that are happening to the Iranian people. Does this mean he does not understand the importance of the regimes continuation of developing nuclear weapons? No. This is precisiouly why!

While we are worried about the threat to us, they already know the threat to them. They have no freedom of the press, religion, assembly, etc. And that is on a good day in Iran. They do have a press, however, run by the government. Fortunately, the Iranian people do not support their government. They want, no...they need this message to get out.

I am going to publish his plea for everyone to write about it on their own site. This is important. I hope you will do the same.
Islamic Republic has resumed its nuclear activities and the world’s media has decreased the reporting of the Freedom Movements in Iran. Replacing it is the nuclear news from Iran, but we, the blogers, have to change that.

It is important to realize how dangerous the Islamic Republic could be by having nuclear weapons, but considering what they do to the Iranian people, according to the human rights activist , these two subjects can not be separated.

Why? Because the world has to know that Iranian people are not supporting this regime, and they are actually major victims of this regime. (Pictures of the brutalities of the Islamic Republic on the Iranian people) So please join the campaign for supporting Ganji and freedom in Iran
I really need you to keep the pressure on your Senators and Congressperson by calling them toll free at 1-877-762-8762. You can reach the President's switchboard at 1-202-456-1111, but President Bush has already stepped up to denounce Akbar Ganji's imprisonment.

I just wish I knew whether or not President Bush is going to allow the murderous thug of a mock-president the mullah's put into office to have a visa to enter the USA to visit the UN. Tell the President of the USA NO! No visa for terrorists! Thank you.