DEATH TO A DICTATOR, UNIVERSITY OF TEHRAN ON MAY 1 2010

Irangreenvoice – Around 2000 Tehran University students have protested a visit by Ahmadinejad to an auditorium located at the university’s faculty of medicine.  

After students at Tehran University became aware of the illegitimate president’s talk at their university, they quickly mobilised and marched towards the auditorium where he was speaking and chanted slogans against him.  

What is interesting about Ahmadinejad’s visit had not been publicised as authorities are well-aware of his low standing among students and do not wish to risk further humiliation for the so-called “President.”  

Even so, during the visit which coincided with International Workers’ Day, the students who had quickly gathered outside in front of the building made their messages heard and chanted slogans in praise of Mir Hossein Mousavi, as well as chants calling for unity among workers and students: “Student, Worker, Unity”; “Freedom, justice, this is the slogan of the nation”; “Death to the dictator”; “Dictator be ashamed of yourself, let go of university”; “Either death or freedom”; “Ya Hossein, Mir Hossein.”  

According to eyewitnesses, the University security and Basij forces attempted to scatter the students, but fortunately they did not resort to great violence in doing so. However opposition website Jaras has reported a heavy security presence inside university campus.  

The forces reportedly prevented any of the students from entering the auditorium where the speech was taking place, unless the students were Basij members. 

Via Droi,  thanks Iranian Sister  

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