People determined to demonstrate despite brutal response by police forces

February 14, 2011 at 9:48 am 2 comments

The police has responded brutally to people’s protests.

Tehran- On Somayeh Street, a gathering of people was confronted by security forces.

Tehran – An eyewitness said: A large number of people are demonstrating in the Imam Hossein To Ferdowsi corridor and their number is increasing every minute. If it continues like this, we will reach one million people soon. Slogans include Death to Khamenei and Death to Dictator. The people are really angry.

One of the forces from Tehran said: A large number of people are gathered on the Enqelab Avenue and Valiasr intersection. People are shouting “Death to Dictator”. The police is attacking the people.

Tehran – Clahses around 3:30 pm were high on Jamalzadeh Street. Police forces arrested protesters and put them inside vehicles. A large crowd is moving from Enqelab Square to Azadi Square.

Kerman – There was a gathering of 300 people with a large number of police forces present.

Police forces have beaten people badly and there have been some casualties. Police forces are raiding internet cafes.

Shiraz – Clashes reported. People determined to demonstrate despite the brutal response of police forces.

– Arash Azizi

عزم مردم براي تظاهرات به رغم برخورد وحشيانه مامورين انتظامي با مردم بجان آمده در شهرستانها و تهران

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Large clashes in streets leading to Enqelab and Azadi Eyewitness reports on clashes in Tehran

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