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Anyone in Tehran this week?

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Do you feel safe, travelling there right now? If you are Iranian, what do you think about what is happening at the moment?
9 years ago, June 16th 2009 No: 1 Msg: #76413  

Having mustered the largest antigovernment demonstrations since the 1979 revolution, and defying an official ban.....


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9 years ago, June 17th 2009 No: 2 Msg: #76559  

This is just a quick in between blog because I know some of you have been in touch with Helen about the news coming out of Tehran at the moment. this is just really to say that we're sitting in a beautiful air conditioned hotel in the middle of Tehran and we have not seen any of the "riots".



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9 years ago, June 17th 2009 No: 3 Msg: #76595  

Iranians are blogging,......


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Hopefully we will see some blogs by them here on TravelBlog about the election. 😊
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9 years ago, June 17th 2009 No: 4 Msg: #76613  

9 years ago, June 25th 2009 No: 5 Msg: #77652  
So, what is happening now? Are foreigners still able to easily get in and out of Iran? Anyone know of anyone travelling in Iran at the moment? Reply to this

9 years ago, July 5th 2009 No: 6 Msg: #78446  
I received a private message asking me to post the following annonomously.

hi Dear Mell Due to spy by iranian governers, I could not publish this comment in the public page of your topic, I will bw grate full if publish this comment by unknown author . I think iranian people clearly could made a difference between iranan geverners politics and our desires and our wishes. Hezbolahs soldiers killed our patiot in our streets in our country. but we could show to the world that we are believe in friendship, peace, poem, beauty and we are against iranan geverners politics. iranian people could show that we are not colleague of the irans regime in Axies of Evil (as George W. Bush said). but this declaration was so hard and expensive. tho cost was more than 21 martyr. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=related&v=76W-0GVjNEc&skipcontrinter=1

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9 years ago, July 10th 2009 No: 7 Msg: #79077  
The following is from a news report of yesterday. Looks like things have certainly not quietened down in Iran. Are there any TravelBlog members there at the moment, who can give us a first hand report?

TEHRAN, Iran – Thousands of protesters streamed down avenues of the capital Thursday, chanting "death to the dictator" and defying security forces who fired tear gas and charged with batons, witnesses said.


Thousands protest in Iran, defying crackdown

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9 years ago, July 10th 2009 No: 8 Msg: #79079  
The annonomous Iranian person mentioned in Msg 6 says they really need all people outside Iran that do not consider them to be Islamic Regime Supporters. Reply to this

9 years ago, July 10th 2009 No: 9 Msg: #79098  
Here is a blog by a TravelBlog member who is in Iran.

I predict a riot Reply to this

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