Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Regime's forces clash with young activists in Tehran suburb of Fardees-Karadj

Iran Press News: Translation by Banafsheh Zand-Bonazzi.
Based on received reports, subsequent to the assault of a young man on a motorcycle by one of the regime's brutal forces, on Friday, March 10th, the people of Fardees-Karadj poured into the streets and clashing with the disciplinary and security guards.

Reports indicate that more than 2000 people gathered in no time, chanting anti-regime slogans, calling the guards murderers, demanding freedom and an end to the theocratic regime and saying Death to Khamnei and all the Mullahs. It is said that this scared the security guards, forcing them to retreat. Also in protest to this crime, the merchants and bazaar of the town closed down for a couple of days.