Iran's Student Day Demonstrations Hit YouTube
Thousands of protesters defied the Islamic regime today by protesting during Student Day, chanting slogans against Ali Khamenei, the leader of the Islamic Republic, and protesting the government's foreign policy. They also burned photos of Iranian leaders. According to several news websites, security forces clashed with students and arrested some of them. As usual, Iranian citizens covered today's event and let the world learn about it.
“What has happened to oil money”
At the University of Tehran, protesters chanted “Death to the dictator” and “What has happened to the oil money? It is in the pocket of Basijis (Islamic militias).”
“Military force support support”
At Amir Kabir University, also in Tehran, the students chanted slogans such as: “Down with the dictator”, “Military force support, support,” and “Do not be afraid”.
Down with Khamenei in the streets of Tehran
Remember the Martyrs
Elmo Sanat University in Tehran marched with Kianoush Asa's photo, a student who was murdered by security forces in the summer of 2009.
Protesters demonstrated in several other cities such as Mashad.
… and Kerman where they chanted “Sweeper brother take Mahmoud [Ahamdinjead, Iranian president]”
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