Iran's regime has issued a ban on memorials for a young woman whose
death has become the focal point of protests against the clerical
UPDATE: Nico Pitmey reports:
(some translation would be great). Also, AP prints some new details:
"An acquaintance of her family said Neda worked part-time at a travel
agency in Iran and that the government barred the family from holding a public funeral Monday.
The acquaintance spoke on condition of anonymity because she feared
government reprisal. The Iranian government has banned all public
gatherings, though there was no specific information about funerals for
those killed in recent clashes."
A message from tragically become the symbol for those who are desperate for freedom in Iran.
"All our brothers and sisters in Iran: You are not alone!"
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