Monday, December 28, 2009

Tehran: Police Making Arrests after Ashura Uprising

Police has arrested Ali Reza Beheshti, a top aid to opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi. They have also arrested some of the well-known personalities of previous reform movements, including Ebrahim Yazdi, a former foreign minister and a non-cleric architect of the Islamic Republic.

Sporadic clashes between the security forces and the Greens continued today in Tehran. Police fired teargas on crowds gathered in front of Ibn-e Sina hospital in Tehran where the body of Ali Mousavi, the opposition leader’s nephew, is kept. The younger Mousavi was one of at least 10 people killed by security forces on Sunday.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

this is the end of opposition group that proved nothing to be constructive for better build country so in reguard they will be arrest or will be killed in deferent way bottom line you can not fight with hard line if their is one person alive of them will fight to end of them life to cruch them so this will be the last chance of opposition group to give up or fight up to end of them life .