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Iranians Save “Prisoners” from Hanging in Sirjan & Attack Police Truck

"One way or the other, Iran will dominate 2010. Either there will be an
Israeli attack or Iran will arrive at — or cross — the nuclear
threshold. Unless revolution intervenes. Which is why to fail to do everything
in our power to support this popular revolt is unforgivable."
 

Ahmadijihad and the Islamic mullahcracy have been terrorizing Iranians
with the public spectacle of sharia mandated hangings in the public
square. I have been documenting these executions at Atlas for years.

Whilst in the throes of a revolution, the people of Iran, risking life and limb, fought back against this abomination. 

Obama was unavailable for comment – he's chillin' on the sandy, sunny beaches of Hawaii. No worries.

Shocking Video– Iranian Protesters Save Prisoners from Hanging in
Sirjan & Attack Police Truck — Regime Thugs Shoot Down Protesters
hat tip dan

Iranian protesters in Sirjan rescued two prisoners being hanged by the brutal
regime. They rushed the Iranian officials smashed up their truck and cut the
prisoners down.
Doug
Ross
posted photos of the prisoners being rescued.
The regime called in
assistance and shot and killed a number of protesters.

This young man was shot in the groin by the killer
regime and is bleeding profusely.
In this amazing video the protesters rescue
the prisoners and then are shot at by the regime:

The
Western media reported that the prisoners were rescued by relatives but it looks
more like the whole town helped with the rescue. The Western media also said
that the regime shot dead two
“gunmen”
but the only ones with guns in the video are the regime
thugs.
NCR-Iran
reported on the the prisoner rescue.

On Tuesday, December 22, the scene of a public hanging of two prisoners,
Esmail Fathi-Zadeh and Mohammad Esfandiarpoor,
in Sirjan turned into a confrontation between protesting people and the
suppressive forces. Local residents and families of the two prisoners confronted
the suppressive forces by hurling stones and chanting slogans.

During the clashes yesterday morning, people took advantage of the chaos and
removed the prisoners from the scene set up for their hangings. According to
earlier reports on Tuesday, one of the prisoners was thought to have been
killed.

Having lost the control of the situation, the suppressive forces mobilized
more of their agents across the city and re-captured the two prisoners and
brought them back to the hanging ropes.

Local residents were angered by the regime’s henchmen and became more fierce
in their protest against the hangings. In fear of the escalation of unrest, the
suppressive forces opened fire on defenseless people killing at least five and
dozens more were wounded. A number of the wounded were taken to hospitals in
Kerman, the provincial capital. Some of the wounded are in critical state. A
group of local residents and families of the two have been arrested. During the
clashes, a number of vehicles belonging to the suppressive forces were set on
fire.

Protester-dead-iran

A protester lays lifeless in the street after the
regime shot him dead in Sirjan.

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