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New York Times Opinion
People in Iran are slowly getting back online after an internet blackout — and sharing photos and videos that document atrocities. , a human rights researcher, sifts through the evidence.
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vares_baluch Dec 2
Our internet is still off 😑
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Cinema Rex Dec 2
Because they’re still killing innocent people there!!! It never stopped...
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Arsia Rozegar Dec 2
Replying to @nytopinion
Genuinely surprised to see New York Times not defending the regime for once.
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Free_Iran Dec 2
The left in the West has always stood by the murderous mullahs and other dictators in the world. It is disgusting how the so-called democratic politicians claiming themselves to be the defenders of human rights can easily turn a blind eye to tyranny when it suits them.
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Free_Iran Dec 2
Any dealings, trades and negotiations with the murderous regime of Iran are condemned. I also condemn any so-called democratic government or politician that has remained silent throughout this horrendous massacre all in hopes of continuing their profitable trades with the regime.
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جورج Dec 2
After 18 day finally in New York band (Times)
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Cinema Rex Dec 2
They were quick to report Mousavi as the opposition leader just 2-3 days ago. Not ONCE we heard his name. Instead we heard Pahlavi chants all over Iran and in every major city abroad but not a word of that was mentioned. So in a way it’s better when they don’t report at all.
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Cyrus S Dec 2
We've been tweeting these photos and images for two weeks, finally the Mullahs mouthpiece caught up with what's going on in doing this high school children style reporting with no explanation that and demand global support.
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Cinema Rex Dec 2
Tweeting is great but we’ve passed the stage and need to also take to the streets and not leave the people inside Iran alone. Irani, wherever you are, come out and protest and make your people’s voices heard. In London it’s going to be every Sunday! Do the same elsewhere 🙏
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Mahya Sharifi Dec 2
لطفا به سرکوب مردم ایران توسط حکومت آخوندی توجه کنید منجمله این خبر که کودکان را نیز کشته ان
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