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Rally on 2nd annivarsary of disputed 2009 presidential election

Iranians go to streets today amid the severe security situation to expre4ss once again their protest on the great cheating and fraud in June 2009 election.

During these 2 years so many have been arrested in rallies .and many have been arrested immediately after election,many of them journalist.

The men and women based on different and various reports have been raped in jails and some men chose suicide bacuse of what went to them in jail.

From june 2009 till now people always in different times went to streets although they face police,security forces,plain clothes,revolutinary gurd forces and Bassijiis.

The Iranina people face different forces,so brutal and wild that don't care anything,any one ,old or child,women or.... and once again they go to show their hate toward the regime which is so cruel and has done a very unbelievable fraud in an election.this is to say that green movement is alive and people continue their protest till they get the result

http://vimeo.com/24944194

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