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An Iranian Student E-Mails

Many of my peers have been captured by the regime. Lots of them, including myself, have been injured by the vigilantes of the regime. I have cried a lot not for myself but for those sisters of mine who were beaten harshly and taken away by those barbarian savages–Nobody knows where they have been taken….I hope [that we can change the minds] of those who are still deluded by the illusion of Mullah Khatami and his gang, who are no different from the other group of the mullahs as long as we are concerned. Their recent comments on our movement can prove this.

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