Saturday, June 20, 2009

Do you hear the people?

A protester shows a victory sign and white rose as people protest in front of the Iranian embassy in Brussels, Saturday, June 20, 2009. People gather to express their solidarity with opposition supporters in Iran who risk confrontation with police if they take to the streets in their country.
AP Photo


Her name was Neda. It means the 'voice' or the 'call' in Farsi.

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Neda is now the Voice of Iran.


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Blogger Z said...

Please, God, let her have been unconscious the second the bullet hit. Please. Don't let her have seen and felt everyone's panic around her!
Imagine her name meaning VOICE, I'd heard that too..and she got shot in the 'voice'...and represents the voice.

I'm so sorry I watched this...I prefer the blurry TV version, but it's important we all see this, it's the least we could do for her. To see what she gave up for her country.
oh, man, Sparky........what a terrible video.

Monday, June 22, 2009 2:05:00 PM  

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