Spinning on a global scale for over four years, Iranian DJ, Amin Golestan, is a world-class, award-winning DJ whose career began at a young age in Dubai.
Just one day before the planned 25th of Bahman (VDay) protests in Iran, the State Department created a Twitter account, @USAdarfarsi.
And now, as videos (posted below) of the protests in Iran are starting to spread on the web, it’s unclear how influential the feed (or any outside push) will eventually be, but the department’s inaugural tweet reads: “US State Dept recognizes historic role of social media among Iranians.
Iranian unity is alive!
While the Iranian people continue to deal with the turmoil following the recent Iranian election, a concerned group of Iranian-Americans (and some non-Iranians) gathered for the second day in a row on Monday June 15, 2009 at the Iranian Interest Section in Washington, DC to show their support for their fellow countrymen and women.