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    Posted June 11, 2009 by
    visitingiran
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    Tehran, Iran
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    Unrest in Iran

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    Massive pro-reform protest in Tehran, Iran

     

    In the biggest protest ever since the Islamic revolution 30 years ago, hundreds of thousands of people showed up to support Mir Hossein Mousavi, the pro-reform candidate.  This is just two days before the election day.

     

    The protestered walked towards the "Azadi" (Freedom) monument which has been a symbol of Tehran for a long time.  While one would see supporters of Ahmadi-nejad here and there (the last two photos), the whole scene was dominated by color green, which represents the "green movement" of reform - a symbolic gesture of Mousavi's supporters.

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