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China and Iran: #CN4Iran

Yesterday, thousands of Iranians took to the street to protest against dictatorship. The protest reminded Chinese people of the Tiananmen democracy movement back in 1989 and Chinese twitterers are using hashtag #cn4iran to show solidarity with Iranian fellows.

6 comments

  • ashena

    thanks a million for your sympaty

  • jim

    Freedom is a hunger of all people. However the cost of freedom is not cheap and sometimes the people who desire freedom must pay the ultimate price of life. My prayers are with those brave people in Iran. To the Iranian people I say never surrender to the evil forces whose only wish is to mute your cry for freedom. As an American, I know too we will soon be faced with this same situation as we take back our freedom from the Obama regime and his socialist mob. God Bless!

  • […] hours later and #CN4Iran remains in heavy constant use by Chinese Twitter users speaking out in support of protests now […]

  • iradj

    Thanks for your sympathy towards my people in Iran. Freedom is the biggest gift of god to people anywhere in the world. The only thing that comes to my mind is the song by John Lenon, \Imagine there’s no countries……..\! Long live Freedom.

  • iradj

    The fact that the Chinese government is siding with the brutal government in Iran, should tell you something!

  • […] for the citizens of Iran. Even Chinese netizens chipped in, hitting the #1 trending topic with #Cn4Iran (thanks @mranti). But @dirktherabbit warns that According to the Pew New Media Index… The […]

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