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  • Think back to 2009, and try to remember the name Neda Soltan.

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  • Headlines in Kalam Sabz, include: “Mousavi presents his condolences to victims 'families”, “Neda is the most popular word in the world” (first photo), “Karroubi: Forces of repression were trained in Russia” (second photo), “This year, a worse disaster than 18 Tir” [the 1999 crackdown on student revolt] (third photo), “Khatami: It was a velvet Coup against people” (fourth photo).

    Global Voices in English » Iran: Protests prompt emergence of underground Internet newspapers

  • The same people who so self-righteously hold themselves up as champions of the slain Neda and protectors of innocent Iranians want nothing more than to ramp up sanctions (which, as Fred Kagan forthrightly admitted, will have the immediate effect of killing innocent Iranians) followed in all likelihood by military strikes (the destructive effects of which should need no explanation.)

    From the Department of Unintended Irony « Antiwar.com Blog

  • Neda is to illustrate a pitch every bit as most as Obama, station in for a incomparable as well as grander hopes of others, be they Europeans or Americans, liberals or conservatives.

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  • Neda is to illustrate a pitch every bit as most as Obama, station in for a incomparable as well as grander hopes of others, be they Europeans or Americans, liberals or conservatives.

    Should the Peace Prize Have Gone to Neda? -- Politics Daily

  • But I am not so much a coward that I will look down. via ellendatlow, Neda is my daughter.

    This is a terrible thing I come to tell you. It is not unique.

  • CNN: Iranian envoy: CIA involved in Neda's shooting?

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: June 26, 2009

  • FRANKFURT - Zahra Soltani, whom everyone calls Neda, will never forget the day she saw her death announced on television, accompanied by the picture she had posted on her Facebook page.

    NYT > Global Home

  • FRANKFURT - Zahra Soltani, whom everyone calls Neda, will never forget the day she saw her death announced on television, accompanied by the picture she had posted on her Facebook page.

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  • FRANKFURT: Zahra Soltani, whom everyone calls Neda, will never forget the day she saw her death announced on television, accompanied by the picture she had posted on her Facebook page.

    The Times of India

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