A fact about 9/11 you never hear about

On the evening of September 11, 2001, thousands of Iranian people gathered in Madar Square, on the north side of Tehran, in a spontaneous candlelight vigil to express sympathy and support for the American People. They could have been executed for this act of bravery. Not saying people in that country weren’t cheering (cause many of them were), but more than 90 countries actually lost citizens on this day 14 years ago. There is always some good to find if you look hard enough.

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” 2001/09/11, thousands and thousands Iranians went instantly in the streets with candles in homage to the victims ”
http://news.blogs.cnn.com/category/terrorism/september-11/

” iranians mourn 9/11 victims ”
http://shabhaft.blogfa.com/post-134.aspx

” Iranian Students are calling for pro-american demonstrations, marking 9/11 ”
http://daneshjoo.org/article/publish/printer_1873.shtml
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One response to “A fact about 9/11 you never hear about

  1. Thanks for this great article. BTW you might be interested in:
    http://theotheriran.com/category/usa/

    The first article is about 9/11 and it cites “New York Times”, “The New Yorker”, “BBC”, “Chicago Tribune”, …
    An absolute must read.

    I hope you enjoy the article.

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