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An Iranian opposition website said on Thursday the government was moving troops and armored military vehicles to the capital on the day supporters of opposition leader Mirhossein Mousavi planned to hold a rally.
"Hundreds of military forces and tens of armored vehicles ... are moving toward Tehran. Some of the vehicles are used for suppressing street riots," the Jaras website said.
The report could not be confirmed independently by Reuters.
Jaras also said security forces had a heavy presence .
Originally posted by andy1033
reply to post by chorizo3
I wonder how the people in iraq feel now that they sold out there country to the west, and look at it now.
I think the protesters are expecting some kind of western or international help. They are going to be disappointed.
They will be cannon fodder in the effort to demonize Iran. By what sort of reasoning do they trust the west's assurances. I live in the west and don't trust my government at all.