“[If] an Iranian dies, the public will not accept it,” and “I will kill, who kills my brother,” are just a couple of examples of chants during protests in Tehran on Saturday June 13th, 2009 aimed at Iran’s election results.


Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has won a “decisive victory” in Iran’s presidential election. Mousavi however is protesting the results and claiming that voting fraud has occured. He’s also promised to resist a “dangerous manipulation” of the balloting.

I’m warning that I won’t surrender to this manipulation,” Mousavi said in a statement. Calling the results ”treason to the votes of the people,” and that Iranians would not “respect those who take power through fraud.”

In addition to the intended halt in technology-based communication methods (i.e. text messages, phone calls, et. al.) electricity is said to “go out” as well.

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