Für die Protestierenden im Iran ist Zugang zum Internet eine Frage auf Leben und Tod, Erfolg oder Niederlage.
Von Thomas v. der Osten-Sacken, Jungle-Blog, 28.09.2022
Diese Zeilen erreichten mich von einem langjährigen Bekannten aus dem Iran mit der Bitte um Verbreitung:
„The revolution has just started. This time is different from the previous conditions. We will fight until success.
Public hatred of the regime is at its peak. Free access to the Internet preserves the unity of the revolution
People are fighting in different cities and Tehran. The main war will be on the Internet. And then it shows itself in the streets.
If these conditions continue in ten days and the internet is available to the people, the overthrow of the regime will be certain.
We only have access to the Internet for a few hours during the day and night… The regime cuts off the Internet during the peak hours of demonstrations.
Please share this on Facebook. People’s solidarity for the downfall of the regime is good, and the support of the international community by providing free internet should be provided as soon as possible.
The flame of the people’s revolution should not subside and this depends entirely on their online communication.
The flame of the people’s revolution should not subside and this depends entirely on their online communication.“