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Pictures Of Neda Soltan And Neda Soltani

by | 25th, June 2009
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neda-soltani NEDA Agha-Soltan , aka Neda Agha Soltani (who is alive), is the unwitting face of Iran’s revolution II. And now the media are getting to know her, and owning her. First up, getting her name right.

The Guardian :

Iranians are looking not to Barack Obama but Neda Soltani for inspiration in their power struggle with the regime.

Examiner :

Her death may be a “divine calling.” Yes, this is what her name means in Persian. Some say, everything is written, our lives, and our destiny.

Amptoons :

The name Neda translates into “The Call” in Farsi.

A Song :

Her name means sign and this’s one for you to see
That freedom’s worth dying for, so fight to be free!

Daily Mail :

An Iranian woman shot dead during a protest rally was deliberately targeted by undercover soldiers, her fiancé said today.

Caspian Makan claimed Neda Agha-Soltani had been picked out by the paramilitaries before being shot in the heart.

Iranian.com :

palestinians-iran The evidence points to the Hamas and/or Hezbollah Terrorist snipers who have been training for decades in the Bekaa Valley with the Iranian money.  We have known for some time that Arabs have been imported into Iran from Palestine and Lebanon, trained to be markesmen to take out Israeli Soldiers.  Today we saw that the time and money spend on these Arab murderors by their Arab bosses who are ruling Iran has paid off.  They sniped the crowd and picked out this innocent girl to murder…

Brent Budowsky :

Neda: the nom de guerre of the voice for the aspirations of humanity, who no doubt was greeted in heaven with standing ovations from those who carried this torch before her.

All humanity, including Ahmadinehjad and his humanoid goons?

Neda of Arc :

neda Young girl Neda Agha-Soltan, who became the central rallying cry of the Iranian protests, predicted her violent death by gunfire, but was determined to take part in protests that followed the

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