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I Am the Common Green Element, Cry My Name.

I Am the Common Green Element, Cry My Name.

Source: Malakut
Date: Friday, February 12, 2010

Daryoush Mohammad Poor is a well know Iranian blogger based in London.

One of the most important aptitudes of the Green Movement is its freedom from structure of power and its ability to internally criticize itself and evolve accordingly. Aside from observing techniques used by the current political power to silence and hijack the voice of the “others”, one of the most important lessons that can be learned from 22nd of Bahman is the fact that both the Green Movement supporters and detractors have wide support. … Continue Reading

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Mousavi’s letter on the ‘Constitutional Monarchy’ Movement

August 10, 2010

Source: Rahesabz Date: Thursday, August 5, 2010 We are in the midst of the anniversary of the Constitutional Monarchy Movement, which has emphasized the need to restrain the power of the monarchy for more than a hundred years. Aside from demands for justice, freedom and the establishment of law, the achievement of this restraint is […]

Mahdi Karoubi: Complete Statement for the Anniversary of the Birth of the Green Movement

June 20, 2010

The vote they stole from you and the rights that they took from you unjustly are a shameful stain that cannot be hidden with whatever colour it is painted over. This is so much the case that after one year, despite all the pressures and intimidation, not only have your rightful demands not been forgotten, but this desire for change has taken deep root in different layers of society, based on an extensive social network.

Karoubi’s Open Letter Commemorating Teachers’ Day and International Workers’ Day

May 1, 2010

Achieving rights and respect for workes is preconditioned by taking up correct social and economic policies that would stimulate the economy and create jobs for everyone who has qualification without any discrimination based on people’s beliefs and ethnicity.

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