Sunday, June 12, 2005

Sunday Bombings in Iran

11 a.m. (Tehran time) Four bombs target government buildings in Ahvaz.
7:15 p.m. A bomb is safely diffused in the Khaniabad area of Tehran.
8:20 p.m. A small bomb concealed in a trash container explodes in Tehran, near “Imam Hussein” square. 2 persons killed.
11 p.m. A hand made bomb explodes in the vicinity of Tehran’s Vahidiyeh Avenue, near a mosque (No injuries or fatalities)

A connection is yet to be established, but it was also reported that a fire started in the basement of a software/computer center in Vali-Asr Avenue, set off by what appears to have been, according to a security official, a remote control device. (No injuries or fatalities)

According to Anjoman, these bombings may have been the work of the Islamic Republic itself, to create an atmosphere of fear preparatory to a declaration of martial law, in order to allow the regime to postpone the election show, which despite all the hard work by “Iranian” bloggers (lol), does not look promising.

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