Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Iran Revolution Day 30:

Five Iranian Associates of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Released by US in Iraq for 2 Years Return Home VOA
An image grab taken from Iran's official Press TV station shows the five Iranians upon their arrival at Tehran.

The atrocities go on as Iranians continue to demonstrate against the Mullahs. Violence against ordinary citizens continues while Obama continues to aid and abet the Islamic monsters running the country.

Iran Revolution Day 30: Mullahs Arrest Prize Winning Journalists, Obama Releases Associates of Revolutionary Guards to Mullahs

Obama released executioners of Americans to Ahmadinejad: Obama Frees Iranian Terror Masters (Andrew McCarthy): "The release of the Irbil Five is a continuation of a shameful policy."

Five Iranians released from U.S. custody three days ago in Iraq, received a warm welcome Sunday at Tehran's Mehrabad Airport. The United States insists the five were not released as part of a political gesture to Iran.

The five Iranians released Thursday in Iraq, were given a hero's welcome at Tehran's Mehrabad Airport, as a crowd of well-wishers and family members greeted them on the tarmac

Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Muttaqi embraced the men, as friends and relatives carried them on their shoulders into the airport. Muttaqi later gave a press conference, surrounded by the five, complaining that the United States had detained them "illegally."

Obama releases the executioners back into Iran, while sanctioning the genocide against the Iranian people by these very same savages.

It was on the morning of the 11th of July that the secret police forcibly entered the flat of Majid and arrested him in front of his wife and children. He was taken to a secret location and his flat was raided, with the authorities taking into custody tape recordings and other personal possessions. Majid Saeedi was the prominent photographer of Iranike and nine other publications since 1998. In 2001, in collaboration with Time magazine, Majid covered the war in Afghanistan and garnered 4 prizes with Japanese news source Asahi Shimbun.
Satyar Emami, a fellow photo journalist disappeared sometime between the hours of Saturday and did not turn up for work on Sunday afternoon. His disappearance has been linked to that of Majid’s arrest.