Update: Evin prison protest

15 June 2005

Radio Farda "reports":http://www.radiofarda.com/default.aspx that already 10 people from The Association of Writers in Iran (among them are Mr. Siffi, Mrs. Entesari, Mr. Najafi, Mr. Shakoori) have been arrested at "their protest":http://www.opendemocracy.net/blogs/comments/Iran/Weblog/more_protests_in_iran for political prisoners in front of the Evin Prison today, and more security is coming.

See "protest pictures here":http://web.peykeiran.com/new/iran/iran_news_body.aspx?ID=24488 UPDATE "Radio Farda":http://www.radiofarda.com/default.aspx is just reporting that security has released the arrested people after a couple of hours and that Mr. Moin's spokeswoman, Ms. Koulai, stopped by at the scene to sympathize with protesters...

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