The commander of NAJA, Iran’s national police, has confirmed the reports that a person was killed in Tehran during clashes between security forces and protesters on Monday. NAJA Commander Brig. Gen. Ahmad Reza Radan also said dozens of people, including nine members of the security forces, were wounded in Monday's protests. Gen. Radan says one of the injured is in critical condition.
On Monday, thousands of protesters clashed with police in Tehran during an opposition rally in support of the Egyptian uprising. The protests turned against the Iranian government almost from the start.
UPDATE: Iran’s opposition group Mujahedeen Khalq (MEK) on Tuesday denied a claim made by Iran’s police chief Gen. Radan that its members fired on an opposition rally in Tehran, calling it a lie. Gen. Radan had said earlier that MEK opened fire at police and protesters, killing one person and injuring dozens.
Tabnak reprts the spain consul im iran is arrested, he took part on illegal demo
The BBC, once a bulwark of independent (government funded) global reporting, has been nurturing quite a few blindspots lately: a casualty yesterday after weeks of Bahraini protests seems far less newsworthy (being covered only today) than the Sheikh's pet Golf tournament.
Hypocrite Yobbos all of them!
The poor búgger killed was a pro Govt. dude. His blood will be expensive for Karoubi.
PRESS TV just had an interview with the murdered person's father. Karoubi and Mousavi are essentially MKO agents now.
Well, anybody can be designated by this government to be MKO agents, and how convenient it is, no need to prove anything, just accuse and punish, and this is where the country has come to. And how eerily similar to the days of the communist hunt under the regime ancien.
Well I guess the blood of the greens is more red than the blood of others!So much for "peacefull protests."
come on uskowi,
u r beggining to sound like the MKO with ur selective justice.
Anon 12:57 PM,
What's so selective abut the judgement, that we need to prove the guilt?
Jale and Mokhtari, both dead by bullets from the same gun, but you mourn Mokhtari and they mourn Jale
thats not selective ?`?
We have not even covered Mokhtari's death. We should have, but have not yet. I don't understand your question or your concern.
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