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Links On Iran.

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There is a lot to take in, but I hope that these few links will help readers understand what ordinary Iranians think and feel as the events unfold in Iran.

We should bear in mind that the State has imposed sweeping restrictions on journalists and the media, and cut off a sizeable portion of Iran’s Internet and mobile phone network in an effort to suppress protests.

Global Voices’s coverage of Iran.

Maryam Namazie’s blog

Inside Iran: Live Blog Twitter Feed (click on the button blow).

Tracking Events in Iran with Twitter and Social Media

Twitter Iran election’s feed

Twitter Tehran feed

Twitter gr88 feed

Iranians’ blogs.

Adventures of Mr.Behi


Thanks to Tori for pointing me to many of these links 🙂

Written by modernityblog

17/06/2009 at 02:41

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  1. Hey this is ganselmi. I guest post occasionally on Z Word.

    My blog is featured on Iranians’ Blogs (, but still would you be willing to add it to your list here? It’s called Iranian Freedom (

    Also, you may like some of my friends’ blogs: – Potkin Azarmehr is an award-winning London-based blogger often featured on BBC and other mainstream media sources. – This guy is awesome. Very blunt but also very insightful and well-informed.


    17/06/2009 at 04:37

  2. […] Luxemburger Anarchist und Modernity Blog haben jeweils beide Listen mit informativen Weblinks zur Situation im Iran […]

  3. of course, I would love to.

    Keep the links coming 🙂


    17/06/2009 at 12:49

  4. […] Links On Iran. […]

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