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Iran:Clashes at AmirKabir University

According to Azarmehr three students from Amir Kabir university staged a sit in at the university entrance today.They were protesting at the decision to ban them from continuing their education.Campus marshals tried to break up the gathering by physically attacking the 200 students who had formed a human chain to protect three students.One injured student was taken to hospital.

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  • Hedayat

    To: Tehran University Amir Kabir Students

    Dears,

    At the age of shah people said that Shah put for every Iranian one policeman. That was exaggerated; actually our government wants do that really for students. They want to put 40% bassigis in universities. That means one policeman for one student.

    This is because they think that students do not follow up what they dictate. They see that they have too much initiatives that can be controlled by officials authorities. They see they change when entered in University.

    But what they do not understand is that is the nature of science, the nature of thinking and the force of logic that make students change. The basgigies also will change by the same means. And they will bring the new ideas of change into their families; what will destroy the army of old fashion thinking.

    As you know Amikabir University had always Amir Kabir sprit with him. You can fill Ami Kabir spirit in every part. Every Amirkabir student is a small Amir Kabir. Every student stands to defend his country, his interest his values his personality.

    When our dear bassigies come you welcome them. You explain that all you are children of the same country be kind with them. Explain that you all want the best for all Iranian people and all bassigies. We are not 2 nations. Our deference is only deference of some knowledge. In University we will have the same knowledge we will have same instrument of science and logics. And at the end we will be all a little Amir Kabir and we will in the service of our country and people.

    The governments can put one basigies for every students but can not make a wall between them. He can not put every student chair in a cage there is no impermeabilities for ideas. No body mind is impermeable to new ideas.

    My dear Molaahs we did every think to make you happy. Do you like all tasty food that we prepared for you. We do not have enough food at our tables. Do you like the beautiful houses that we bought for your children in Canada, London , Los Angeles. We do not have 2 rooms to get married. Do you like all that we did for you. We are now all poor. But we are sorry this time problem dose not come from us. Comes from every mathematic equation. Every geometry problem, every particle in an atoms … every thing that has some how a logic any things that made by logic of god.

    My dear Molahs you should now be able to put every mathematic equation in prison.

    every geometry problem in prison,

    every single atom in prison

    every thing that have relation to logic in prison,

    You should put every logic thing in prison

    you should put logic of god in prison

    You should put god in prisonPrepare now your prisons…

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