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IRAN: DAY 12 BLOODIEST OF THE REVOLUTION – How could Obama do nothing? “Blood everywhere” “militia with axe chopping ppl like meat” “militia beating one woman with baton on ground – she had no defense nothing – sure that she is dead”

Day 13 updates here

11:17 pm: Jane spoke to my friend with family in Iran – she can't call her family on their cells –
everything has been shut down.

10:52 pm There has surely been a terrible blackout, as the most
reliable Iranians on twitter, whom I have been following for days, have
gone dark for almost 10 hours now. I fear the worst. So many bloggers
and  journalists have been arrested in Iran, it is
difficult to get information. So if you are in Iran and have news,
please email me at writeatlas@aol.com.

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7:20 PM: Here are more videos via iReport,
uploaded today. (thanks to American Power)

And check this report from Australia's ABC News,
"Blood Everywhere' in Fresh Iran
Crackdown
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6:52pm: Butcher of the press and torturer of Tehran to "interrogate" and head prosecutions of protesters. This is a nightmare: 

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The Iranian regime has appointed one of its most feared
prosecutors to interrogate reformists arrested during demonstrations,
prompting fears of a brutal crackdown against dissent.

Relatives of several detained protesters have confirmed that
the interrogation of prisoners is now being headed by Saaed Mortazavi,
a figure known in Iran as "the butcher of the press". He gained
notoriety for his role in the death of a Canadian-Iranian photographer
who was tortured, beaten and raped during her detention in 2003.

"The leading role of Saeed Mortazavi in the crackdown in Tehran
should set off alarm bells for anyone familiar with his record," said
Sarah Leah Whitson, the Middle East and North Africa director of Human
Rights Watch.

6:36 Tweets:
Thugs were setting fire on trees of the streets of ShahrakGharb from which AllahAkbar was shouted.


Tonight in Shahrak-e-Gharb while people were chanting from rooftops, plain cloths put trees on fire.


Reports: 1 shot dead and more than 20 injured at Baharestan SQ. (not conf.)

CNN once again….and FOX is MIA. Two women who witnessed the protests and violence:

6:25 pm: Andy McCarthy's stunning indictment:

As the Iranian government’s murderous repression of the
Iranian people continues, critics right and left agitate over the deafening
silence of an American president who, as a candidate, derided the Bush
administration’s ambitious democracy promotion as too timid. They speculate as
to why Barack Obama won’t speak out: Why won’t he condemn the mullahs? Is he
daft enough to believe he can charm the regime into abandoning its nuclear
ambitions? Does the self-described realist so prize stability that he thinks
it’s worth abandoning the cause of freedom — and the best chance in 30 years of
dislodging an implacable American enemy?

In truth, it’s worse than that.
Even as the mullahs are terrorizing the Iranian people, the Obama administration
is negotiating with an Iranian-backed terrorist organization and abandoning the
American proscription against exchanging terrorist prisoners for hostages
kidnapped by terrorists. Worse still, Obama has already released a terrorist
responsible for the brutal murders of five American soldiers in exchange for the
remains of two deceased British hostages.

5:33pm Sullivan over at The Atlantic has this: A reader writes:

I just talked to my brother in Tehran. It's awful.

He
couldn't go to Baharestan himself, but was very worried for his friends
who had gone. Also, he was saying that the state-run TV is broadcasting
pictures of
people who have been participating in the protests and asking viewers
to give information on them. They have also apparently taken pictures
in the demonstrations, matched
them with  the national ID card database and are now rounding people up
in the dead of night.

Martial law and police state indeed.

5:28 PM: And who wrote on this genius traitor's hand?

Iran plant

3;49: Obama shamed: "WH Rescinds July 4 Invites To Iranians". No hotdogs or halal for those Iranian diplos. Was it perhaps because the Iranians had already RSVPed NO?

"What a disgrace that this man is leader of the free world; and at such
a point in history. If he had put America stoutly behind the protesters
and championed them against the regime, by now they might have toppled
it."
Melanie Phillips

3:18: FOX finally is running some Iran coverage — all day they have ignored it. Shep (!) is talking to some Iranian tool saying that the streets were quiet today.
Ten minutes ago Shep (!) was expressing such outrage at the Governor who admitted an affair today ("he lied! He lied to so many people!").  Shep keeps copping out to "we can't verify these reports from twitter"; "don't know if the youtubes are staged"… huh?  ….as if. What does one need, a journalism degree? Gimme a friggin break. Get a clue, FOX. I cannot believe how FOX dropped the ball on one of the most historically important stories of this young century.

3:15 pm: No Iranian diplomats accepted Obama's July 4 invites: US. This would be funny, if it weren't so tragic and sad.

US State Department spokesman Ian Kelly said Wednesday he does not believe that one single Iranian diplomat has accepted invitations to July 4 events at US embassies worldwide

3:07 pm Just uploaded. This is the worst that I have seen.** GRAPHIC! **

"I've made it clear that the United States respects the sovereignty of the Islamic Republic of Iran and is not interfering with Iran's affairs." Obama yesterday

American Power had this video

The Rhetorican adds this:

This overtures from the
administration to the Iranian regime put Obama’s apathy towards the Iranian
protesters in perspective. Seems Obama was playing it cool towards the uprising
in the hope he could still score a date with the regime, like a wary suitor
waiting for a cue from a skeptical beloved.

2:48pm: So I guess this crushing massacre is what Obama has been waiting for.  He has been holding back, hoping people desperate to be free would just go away so he could bow before the mullahs while the kicked dirt in his (our) face.

"EXCLUSIVE: U.S. contacted Iran's
ayatollah before election
."

Anyone see Obama yukking it up on TV?
The left as a whole is looking away. How do these savages sleep at night? And how did they take hold of the American soul?
Obama has already distributed $300 million American taxpayer dollars of the $900 million promised to the jihad in Gaza. 300 million dollars and he talks of "Palestinian" suffering. Hamas is in Iran cracking heads and he is funding these cannibals. He is a degenerate.

Neda3

2:07 PM: Neda Soltan's family 'forced out of home' by Iranian authorities.

Parents of young woman shot dead near protests are banned from mourning and funeral is cancelled, neighbours say

The Iranian authorities have ordered the family of Neda Agha Soltan
out of their Tehran home after shocking images of her death were circulated
around the world.

Neighbours said that her family no longer lives in the four-floor apartment
building on Meshkini Street, in eastern Tehran, having been forced to move since
she was killed. The police did not hand the body back to her family, her funeral
was cancelled, she was buried without letting her family know and the government
banned mourning ceremonies at mosques, the neighbours said.

"We just know that they [the family] were forced to leave their flat,"

Iran condemns UN chief for 'meddling'.

Iran lashed out at UN chief Ban Ki-moon on Tuesday over remarks the foreign ministry said smacked of "meddling" in its affairs, the state broadcaster reported.

Indigo Red: "A gruesome observation: The sniper victims are being shot in the high upper torso just below the neck so as to increase visible bloodflow. The trachea and esophagus are smashed, the vein and artery burst causing maximal blood flow from the nose and mouth. Death is not immediate and is more akin to drowning as blood is inhaled into the lungs. These sniper shots are meant to be as gruesome, frightening, and graphic as possible; it is intimidation and emotional torture, as well as cold blooded murder". 

Iranjune24

1:33 pm: The Guardian has this account from a medical student inside Iran.

I only want to speak about what I have witnessed. I am a medical student. There was chaos at the trauma section in one of our main
hospitals. Although by decree, all riot-related injuries were supposed
to be sent to military hospitals, all other hospitals were filled to
the rim. Last night, nine people died at our hospital and another 28
had gunshot wounds. All hospital employees were crying till dawn. They
(government) removed the dead bodies on back of trucks, before we were
even able to get their names or other information. What can you even
say to the people who don't even respect the dead. No one was allowed
to speak to the wounded or get any information from them. This morning
the faculty and the students protested by gathering at the lobby of
the hospital where they were confronted by plain cloths anti-riot
militia, who in turn closed off the hospital and imprisoned the staff.

The extent of injuries are so grave, that despite being one of the most staffed emergency rooms, they've asked everyone to stay and help–I'm sure it will even be worst tonight. What can anyone say in face of all these atrocities? What can you say to the family of the 13 year-old boy who
died from gunshots and whose dead body then disappeared?
This issue is not about cheating (election) anymore. This is not about stealing votes anymore. The issue is about a vast injustice inflected on the people. They've put a baton in the hand of every 13-14 year old to smash the faces of "the bunches who are less than dirt" (government is calling the people who are uprising dried-up torn and weeds). This is what sickens me from dealing with these issues. And from those who shut their eyes and close their ears and claim the riots are in opposition of the government and presidency!! No! The people's complaint is against the egregious injustices committed against the people.

interview (in Persian) with one of the young plainclothes militiamen who have been beating protesters.

UPDATE:
Robert says the man is paid 2m rial per day, which would be about £1220
for ten days of work. A hefty fee, even by UK standards. A reader
writes: "You can imagine what that kind of money means to a villager
from Khorasan".

The Guardian's Robert Tait sends this synopsis:

The man, who has come from a small town in the eastern province of
Khorasan and has never been in Tehran before, says he is being paid 2m
rial (£122) to assault protestors with a heavy wooden stave. He says
the money is the main incentive as it will enable him to get married
and may even enable him to afford more than one wife. Leadership of the
volunteers has been provided by a man known only as "Hajji", who has
instructed his men to "beat the counter-revolutionaries so hard that
they won't be able to stand up". The volunteers, most of them from
far-flung provinces such as Khuzestan, Arak and Mazandaran, are being
kept in hostel accommodation, reportedly in east Tehran. Other
volunteers, he says, have been brought from Lebanon, where the Iranian
regime has strong allies in the Hezbollah movement. They are said to be
more highly-paid than their Iranian counterparts and are put up in
hotels. The last piece of information seems to confirm the suspicion of
many Iranians that foreign security personnel are being used to
suppress the demonstrators. For all his talk of the legal process, this
interview provides a key insight into where Iran's supreme leader,
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, believes the true source of his legitimacy
rests.

12:45pm Listen to a student's eyewitness account of the massacre:


WHITE HOUSE: Iranian officials still invited to July 4th parties. (Impeachable?)

11:52: LIVE FEED HERE: Iranians are reporting massacres, people being thrown off bridges. In one place they say there are 150 dead …………….Iran24lebas_skakhsiha

Tweet: they pull away the dead into trucks – like factory – no human can do this – we beg Allah for save us

Nothing on FOX news. WTF is wrong with everyone?

11:22 am: Different tweets all describing unspeakable horror: 

 in Baharestan we saw militia with axe chopping ppl like meat – blood everywhere – like butcher

HOPE! CHANGE! What a stunning indictment of the Obama presidency. He will never outrun this.  It's a slaughterhouse. I fear we will lose our best source of information – 

rumour they are tracking high use of phone lines to find internet users – must move from here now

phone line was cut and we lost internet -getting more difficult to log into net


Iranian snipers is taking out protesters june 24 2009

More::

saw 7/8 militia beating one woman with baton on ground – she had no defense nothing – sure that she is dead

they were waiting for us – they all have guns and riot uniforms – it was like a mouse trap – ppl being shot like animals

I see many ppl with broken arms/legs/heads – blood everywhere – pepper gas like war

just in from Baharestan Sq – situation today is terrible – they beat the ppls like animals

10:45: Tweets:

all shops was closed – nowhere to go – they follow ppls with helicopters – smoke and fire is everywhere

ppl run into alleys and militia standing there waiting – from 2 sides they attack ppl in middle of alleys

so many ppl arrested – young & old – they take ppl away — we lose our group

Iran

Paulo Coelho, the Brazilian writer and friend of the doctor who rushed to Neda Soltan's side, has identified the doctor and published an email exchange with him.

One email says:

Dearest Paulo,
I
am now in Tehran. The video of Neda's murder was taken by my friend,
and you can recognise me in the video. I was the doctor who tried to
save her and failed. She died in my arms. I am writing with tears in my
eyes. Please don't mention my name. I'll contact you with more details
soon.
Love
Arash

Coelho explained why he was
planning to reveal Arash's name. "I may leak your name to the press, in
order to protect you – visibility is the only protection at this
point," he said.

Arash has now fled Iran.

Josh Shahryar AKA NiteOwl – iran_translator on twitter:

 Although most sources had confirmed that there was going to be a
strike Tuesday in Tehran, the city had only partially closed down its
shops. Throughout the day reports kept arriving that Mousavi had not
ordered the strike, however, most people continued urging protesters to
comply with the strike. It seemed that there was a complete lack of
coordination between the movement and its leader. This is the first
time it has happened, however, and seems to be a direct result of
government’s tireless efforts at trying to jam communications between
protesters and their leaders.

There were sporadic reports of a more successful strike in parts of
the Kurdish-inhabited areas of northwestern Iran. In Kurdistan
province, the cities of Sanadanj and Seqqez were reported to have had
half their shops closed. There were also reports from Mahabad in
Western Azerbaijan province to the north of Kurdistan province. That
city is also inhabited by Kurds. The main stream media has not
confirmed these reports; however, sources were pretty uniform about the
veracity of them. There have been unrests in Mashhad and Tabriz as
well, but no solid news came out for us to investigate further.

People in Tehran, though, acted in different ways to continue to
defy the authorities. There were anti-government posters stuck on
walls, anti-government slogans adorned parts of the walls of the city
and waves of small rallies broke out in various parts of the city. Car
headlights were turned on in the city at dark to commemorate those
killed in the protests and chants of Allah o Akbar continued to ring
loudly at night. Among these chants, there were also chants of “Death
to the Dictator” and surprisingly enough, some people also chanted
“Death of Khamenei” – although the last one was only reported in
isolated areas.

The city of Tehran was literally crawling with Basijis and police.
There were roadblocks everywhere and the streets were heavily patrolled
by the security forces. Most sources complained that going outside was
dangerous for anyone – even if the person wasn’t a protester as
security forces continued to beat up anyone they could get their hands
on.

There were reports of clashes in northern, western and eastern
Tehran between small numbers of protesters and the security forces,
though; no news of any casualties reached us. Shots were fired late at
night as well, but still no word of casualties today. People had
started small fires on the streets that were continuously being put
down by the security forces.

Arrests continue to take place throughout the day. Journalists from
Kalemeh newspaper were picked up and there were unconfirmed reports of
the arrest of at least 2 journalists affiliated with the foreign media,
however, the latter claim could not be independently verified. One of
these is a Greek reporter with the Washington Times. The government has
now announced the creation of a special court in order to investigate
and decide the cases of people who have been so far arrested by the
government.

The Iranian government continued to blame the West for Iran’s
current state of affairs. As a direct result of this, Iran expelled to
British diplomats in protest, resulting in the expulsion of two Iranian
diplomats by the British government. There are reports of the EU
mulling over imposing sanctions against Iran. Shirin Ebadi – the Nobel
Peace Prize laureate from Iran – has asked the world to only impose
political and not economic sanctions on Iran.

 
State media in Iran are continuing to denounce protesters as thugs,
hooligans and terrorists. It has been reported that Keyhan Daily’s
tomorrow’s edition is going to call for Mousavi’s arrest. Reports were
also published and broadcasted about Mohsen Rezaee – on of the four
candidates during the election – has taken back all his complaints
against the elections. Khamenei has extended the period for registering
complaints against the elections for five more days. The deadline was
Wednesday, before.

Throughout the day, there were reports of Mousavi organizing a
fresh rally as well as Karoubi calling on people to stage rallies in
different locations. Both leaders were said to have wanted rallies late
afternoon on Thursday. Yet, the reports were often so conflicted that
for now, the place and time of the protests cannot be verified. As
before, it seems they are trying to confuse the government into keeping
less armed personnel around the protest area by not letting them know
where it’s actually at. So far, reliable sources have mostly agreed
upon a rally at Baharestan Square in the late afternoon.

Read this if you want to help or get help!

The government in Iran is still increasing internet filtering and
throttling in an attempt to silence their people. Anonymous info shows
that many in Iran are looking for proxy and Tor information in Tehran
and all around the country. Please donate your bandwidth to help bring
down the Iran Curtain. Here are links on how to help and get help on
this:

English: http://tinyurl.com/lexowb

Fars: http://tinyurl.com/m6k3a9

Obama should be apologizing. Wouldn't it be nice if  Obama offered to cover the cost of the "bullet fees" being charged to families of slain protesters?

Iranians take on the Basijs chanting "Death to the dictator"

Please check previous extensive Iranian revolutionary coverage here: Iran: The Revolution

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