Mousavi To Attend Protest Outside Parliament Today …Update: Crackdown!

Defying the brutal regime, Opposition leader Hossein Mousavi announced that he will attend a rally today outside of the Iranian Parliament Building.
FOX News reported:

Iranian opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi is expected to attend at a rally Wednesday amid an intensifying government crackdown on protesters following the country’s disputed presidential election.

Mousavi’s attendance is noted on his Facebook page, and there is speculation that former President Mohammad Khatami also will attend the rally, scheduled for 4 p.m. (7:30 a.m. EDT) in Tehran’s Baharestan Square, outside of the Iranian parliament.

Also on Mousavi’s Facebook page, online supporters have posted that peaceful protests will be held at the same time in over 15 countries and 10 American cities.

10,000 basij members are reportedly taking up positions in Central Tehran.

Here’s another video of a democracy protester shot by the regime:

Revoultionary Road has the latest from Tehran.
The tension is building– the regime is sending in troops:

>Army Helicopters flying over Baharestan and Vali Asr Square.

>’Larijani pressing for Mousavi to be given airtime on IRIB to discuss elections’

>Thousands of detainees family members have gathered in front of Tehran’s revolution(Enghelaab)court. The force police has surrounded them.Fervent atmosphere in place and conflict is possible at any moment.

> Emad-e-din Baaghi was served by Enghelab court & warned for interview with Persian media outside Iran.

>Conflict at Baharestan Sq.Even police attack pedestrian by tear gas.

> The Islamic Republic of Iran does not allow under any circustances any form of mourning ceremony for NEDA AGHA SOLTAN

>The streets, squares and around BAHARESTAN (Approx. South-eastern of Tehran) is swarming with military forces, civilian forces, the security motorists

>Baharestan sq and surrounding streets are filled with force police and motorcyclist plain clothes(Basijis)

>Today, as there are demonstrations and gatherings in central areas of Tehran, people’s mobiles are being controlled in order to find pictures and videos of current violations

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