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Obama supports street rallies in Iran

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Obama supports street rallies in Iran

Tue, 23 Jun 2009 18:15:29 GMT

PressTV

US President Barack Obama has criticized the Iranian government's response to street rallies but rejected that US was instigating the protests.

In a Tuesday news conference, Obama said he was 'appalled and outraged' by 'threats, beatings and imprisonments of the last few days'.

"I strongly condemn these unjust actions," he added.

Despite an official ban by Iranian authorities on any gathering, supporters of presidential candidate Mir-Hossein Mousavi staged daily rallies in capital Tehran to protest at result of presidential election, in which incumbent Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was re-elected with almost two thirds of votes.

Some of the protests have turned violent, resulting in the death of at least 20 people.

Iran says it's police have not shot any protestors during the rallies, adding that it arrested the saboteurs who had vandalized public property and disturb the public peace during the rallies.

Obama dismissed accusations that the US was instigating massive protests as 'patently false and absurd'.

Last week, Iran summoned the Swiss ambassador, who represents US interests in Tehran, to protest at US interference in Iran's internal affairs.

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Funny, where was U.S regime's support when Iranian people were being massacred and murdered at the hands of that Pahlavi pig?

It is ironic to note that when it comes to Iran, the US regime supports and backs protestors against the government, and consistently accuses Iran of "human rights" violations, and calls on Iran to stop "abusing its citizens", yet openly supports and is allied with nations like Egypt and Saudi Arabia who have no free voting process and don't even allow 10 people to protest their goverment in the streets before receiving beatdowns and torture in jails, let alone butcher anyone who rebels against Saud or Egyptian gov't.

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^ :!!!: HAHAHAHAAH yes, that looks immensely peaceful ROFLMAOooOOoo

Funny, where was U.S regime's support when Iranian people were being massacred and murdered at the hands of that Pahlavi pig?

It is ironic to note that when it comes to Iran, the US regime supports and backs protestors against the government, and consistently accuses Iran of "human rights" violations, and calls on Iran to stop "abusing its citizens", yet openly supports and is allied with nations like Egypt and Saudi Arabia who have no free voting process and don't even allow 10 people to protest their goverment in the streets before receiving beatdowns and torture in jails, let alone butcher anyone who rebels against Saud or Egyptian gov't.

Indeed. Whats more funny is that majority of the people are blind to these double standards of the US.

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This support by the U.S Media and sectors of the Government is interesting considering the Pentagon is labeling domestic protests in the U.S as "low-level terrorism".

They aren't even trying to hide their hypocrisy and double standards anymore. It's all out in the open.

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