Wednesday, July 11, 2007
On the recent police brutality in Iran...
As we all watched the horrific pictures and video-clips of the terrorist Islamic Republic's security forces beating up innocent Iranian youth under the pretext of them being "criminals and troublemakers" I think it was pretty clear from the beginning that not all of these people were what the Islamist regime wanted us to believe - now this is being confirmed with the case of Pourya and Pouya Fazlollahi; two distinguished and respected young Iranian sportsmen whose crimes were not being "rapists, criminals, or troublemakers", as was the official charge of the occupational Islamic Republic, but for exercising their inherent human rights of freedom of speech and expression which are both suppressed in Iran. Both brothers had been caught spreading flyers of Iranian King de jure Cyrus Reza Pahlavi, son of HIM Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, who has been living in exile since the Islamists took over the country in 1979 leading to the brutal treatment which they received.
Fellow blogger and Iranian activist Potkin Azarmehr has been involved in securing Pourya's escape from Iran whilst the whereabouts of his arrested brother Pouya is still unknown. Please read Potkin's entry on this by CLICKING HERE.
Meanwhile the main-stream-media continues to echo the Islamic Republic's fraudulent charges put on prisoner's of conscience, political prisoners, and any dissenter in general who poses a threat to the illegal rule of the Islamist regime - CLICK HERE.