Iran Germany: Faces For Freedom

The International Committee for the rights of students and Dervishes in the Iran was present at May 14, 2010 at the Cologne were with several members and supporters from all over Europe. While the regime in the Iran knows tactically wise to draw the world’s attention again on his nuclear research, flays, tortures, prevents, blocks and it harassed its own citizens in the country. Viewed from the perspective of the regime, it punished those it accuses which threaten its existence in a brutal way. But the prospect of a huge proportion of the citizens in the Iran is another. Arbitrariness in the judiciary, which is instructed by paramount to set example to deter citizens from further protests and obediently to make experience. The citizens experience lies, propaganda, distortion and smear campaign against everyone and everything that does not remain in the narrow framework of the Government-defined Islam.

Students who learn about the machinations of the regime and see through relationships, remain still not mute. At Students bring different universities in the country, loudly expressing their protests against the regime. In the West, by watching more and more citizens of the machinations and the double game of the Government of Iran. Outside, the leaders seek subtle diplomacy with attractive shops to reassure the West and to the East behind, while in the Interior of the country the violations of human at your whim rights and the dignity of many women and men on the ekaltanteste and beschamenste will be destroyed. People in the West take initiative and show solidarity with the citizens in the Iran. A wave of sympathy starts to swell through the action “A face for freedom in Iran”, or “A face for freedom in the Iran”. In several cities, women and men of different ages show her face with a sign “A face for freedom in the Iran” or “A face for freedom in Iran”. These photos are combined to posters and the Internet made public, so that they can be seen also from the Iran.

Courage the poster should take courage to stay upright in the face of the many attempts by the regime in the Iran to keep not only its own people under the heel, but to export its crude vision of Islam in the world and values that are self-evident in the West, to abolish. Thus, the faces in the photos are also a commitment to freedom in the West. Contact information is here: Chase Koch. Helmut N. fork