Speak against violence in Iran

Demonstrations in Iran, following the June 12 elections, apparently are being met with violence.

Amnesty International reports that as many as five students at Tehran University were shot dead over the weekend and another person was wounded when security agents opened fire on a demonstration. Motorcycle-mounted riot police have severely beaten large numbers of protesters with clubs and night sticks.

Authorities have done all they can to make sure this story doesn't get out including blocking cell phones, text messaging, email and Web sites.

Let Iran know that the global community is monitoring their every move.

Ask Ayatollah Sayed Ali Khamenei to stop the use of excessive violence in responding to the demonstrations.

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