Friday, June 12, 2009

Heads up

The state-dependent news agencies are declaring Ahmadinejad as winner, but this is not over yet!

And, there is definitely cheating going on 68/28?? give me a break, there are all sorts of exit polls indicating Mousavi was the favorite!

They have imposed a curfew now! All gatherings anywhere are illegal!

The count IS NOT OVER yet!

Ignore CNN!!

17:08, June 12.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad declared winner of the tenth presidential election in Iran.

Presidential election: Disputed Result

* According to Alef News Agency, Ahmadinejad wins the presidential election in Iran by winning 19 out of 28 million counted votes.
* Election Headquarters Chief Kamran Daneshjou, commenting the result of the counted first ten million votes, says Ahmadinejad has received 7,027,919 million votes, which is ca. 68.08 percent of the vote, and Mir-Hossein Mousavi only 2,955,131 votes. Rezai comes third with 162,909 votes and Karrubi in fourth with 88,474 votes.
* IRNA declares Ahmadinejad winner of the tenth presidential election in the Islamic Republic of Iran.
* A few minutes ago, Mousavi declared himself "decisive winner of the tenth presidential election in Iran."
* In a public statement, Mir-Hossein Mousavi thanks the Iranian nation for participating in the presidential election, and claims victory despite "irregularities." Mousavi also urges the nation to celebrate his victory.

Presidential election: General

* Former Interior Minister Abdollah Nouri votes for the first time in ten years.
* Former Vice President Mohammad-Ali Abtahi says there has been consultations among Rezai, Mousavi and Karrubi to discuss "matters of concern."

Presidential election: Mousavi

* Former President Mohammad Khatami says "all signs point at a Mousavi victory."
* Web sites supporting Mousavi filtered.

Presidential election: Karrubi

* Karrubi headquarters chief Mehdi Karrubi, in an open letter, criticizes shortage of voting forms.

Anonymous said...

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad declared winner of the tenth presidential election in Iran.

Presidential election: Disputed Result

* According to Alef News Agency, Ahmadinejad wins the presidential election in Iran by winning 19 out of 28 million counted votes.
* Election Headquarters Chief Kamran Daneshjou, commenting the result of the counted first ten million votes, says Ahmadinejad has received 7,027,919 million votes, which is ca. 68.08 percent of the vote, and Mir-Hossein Mousavi only 2,955,131 votes. Rezai comes third with 162,909 votes and Karrubi in fourth with 88,474 votes.
* IRNA declares Ahmadinejad winner of the tenth presidential election in the Islamic Republic of Iran.
* A few minutes ago, Mousavi declared himself "decisive winner of the tenth presidential election in Iran."
* In a public statement, Mir-Hossein Mousavi thanks the Iranian nation for participating in the presidential election, and claims victory despite "irregularities." Mousavi also urges the nation to celebrate his victory.

Presidential election: General

* Former Interior Minister Abdollah Nouri votes for the first time in ten years.
* Former Vice President Mohammad-Ali Abtahi says there has been consultations among Rezai, Mousavi and Karrubi to discuss "matters of concern."

Presidential election: Mousavi

* Former President Mohammad Khatami says "all signs point at a Mousavi victory."
* Web sites supporting Mousavi filtered.

Presidential election: Karrubi

* Karrubi headquarters chief Mehdi Karrubi, in an open letter, criticizes shortage of voting forms.

Gene said...

Naj, I'm following events on this site as well. The same level of disbelief is obvious there as well. Fingers crossed!

Anonymous said...

There was never any cheating in the Iranian elections.

Accept the people's choice if you claim to be a democrat.

Allah u Akbar

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Anonymous said...

You have a nice blog, thank you for all the information you provide about Iran. I will disagree with you about Ahmadinejad though: he is a gift to the Arabs and Israelis whose motives are questionable. Every time he shoots off his mouth about Israel, it is another gift, and another. Mousavi is like a chess move that will confuse the opponents. I'll feel disappointed if Ahmadinejad wins...like watching Bush get elected a second time and just knowing where it will go.

It's great to see all the crowds geared up. Thanks for all the photos!

friend2humanity said...

Hi Naj,

It's too bad it's looking like Ahmadinejad is going to win it. I'm surprised. The news I've been hearing made it seem like it was going to be close. Maybe though the rallies and demonstrations among the younger generation will send a message....I thought it was inspiring.