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They Need Your Voice!

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on November 4, 2010

One Million Voices for Iran

Interview with exiled Iranian woman mistaken for Neda Agha-Soltan

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on October 29, 2010

France24 Interview 25 October 2010

What happend during the post election protests in Iran 2009

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on October 21, 2010

Please Note: This Video contains graphical imagery caution is advised.

We will not forget anything ,Our wounds are still fresh and painful.

“Offensive Ideas” – Campaign for Free Expression

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on October 19, 2010

Video by Adam Isaak.

Find Neda’s murderer

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on August 31, 2010

Hajar Rostami, mother of Iranian post-election victim Neda Agha-Soltan, appealed to international human rights organizations and tribunals to identify the murderer of her daughter.

The International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran website reports that the mother of the young woman who was shot to death in Tehran during last summer’s street protests against election fraud has announced that her efforts in identifying the murderer of her daughter have failed.

Hajar Rostami exclaims: “I have nothing to tell the government. I have kept silent all this while; now, I just want the world to hear my appeal and find Neda’s murderer.”

She adds that Iranian authorities have treated her with respect; however she also says that “there has been an extensive effort to distort the truth about her daughter’s death.”

She listed the films aired on Islamic Republic television, statements made by authorities and leading clerics and Ezatollah Zarghami, head of Iran’s national broadcasting, Seda va Sima as clear instances of their efforts in distortion of her daughter’s life and death.

Hajar Rostami says: So far they have made three films. Each time they have contradicted their last statements. But I am Neda’s mother and I know, she had gone out to join the street protests and was killed by their forces.”

She adds that these programs are only “to say that we have a free country…but no one believes these lies; not the people of Iran, or the people of the world.”

On the other hand, French first lady Carla Bruni was branded as a “prostitute” and “immoral” by Iranian news outlets on Monday after she expressed support for an Iranian woman sentenced to death by stoning.

As you all remember Iran’s regime and its media used to call Neda a prostitute also. They always label people which they’re not on their side same as what happen in North Korea.  The Paradox is whomever that labeled by Iran’s government aggressively; people react and like them more.

CNN A Year after Neda´s death in Iran

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on June 21, 2010

United we stand to carry their voice into the homes of people and goverment worldwide ..Neda means Voice ..her sad death..becme the start of the rocky road on the way to Freedom for the freedomloving people of Iran where so many have written history with their blood …R.I.P Neda

“Neda” by the Airborne Toxic Event

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on June 8, 2010

Neda Agha-Soltan, whose brutal murder at the hands of the Iranian regime during the protests in Tehran last year, has become a symbol of human rights the world over.

Take action now with Amnesty International at: http://nedaspeaks.org/act

FOR NEDA (English)

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on June 3, 2010

 FOR NEDA reveals the true story of Neda Agha-Soltan, who became another tragic casualty of Iran’s violent crackdown on post-election protests on June 20, 2009. Unlike many unknown victims, however, she instantly became an international symbol of the struggle. HBO Documentary Films

Neda’s Death Becomes Iranian Symbol: News Current

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on April 23, 2010

Neda, a young girl brutally killed in Iran during protests, is quickly becoming a symbol of rebellion.

For more news video by Current TV visit http://current.com/