Middle East on a Verge of New Text and Tweet Revolution Driven by Iran

Iranian authorities have jammed satelite TV channels, blocked opposition websites, cut off text messaging. Still words, images and videos are trickling beyond the censors linking protesters from Tehran to elsewhere in the country.
 
 
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Aug. 3, 2009 - PRLog -- With the growing descend in Iran regarding the recently tainted concluded elections, protesters in massive number are turning to the internet.  Though Iranian regime has largely shut down communication outlets, protesters are stealthily sending text messages,  uploaded photos and mobile phone videos in an entirely new twitter revolution.  Armed with mobile cell phones, people are expressing descend by uploading footages of burning cars, masked boys and bloodied protesters.  

Sunni nations such as Saudi Arabia, Egypt,  and others have tense relations with President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and the Shiite-led theocracy ruling Iran.  With the merger of Facebook and Twitter along with a potent  Iranian opposition leader  and presidential challenger Mir-Hossein Mousav , democratic fervor is merging strong in Iran.  

Iranian authorities have jammed satelite TV channels, blocked opposition websites, cut off text messaging.  Still words, images and videos are trickling beyond the censors linking protesters from Tehran to elsewhere in the country.  

Recent strong protest comes from years of disillusionment that suddenly leap from cafes and university campuses to a national revolt.

Persiankiwi's tweets list updates of police movements and arrests: "Our street is quiet now — we cannot move tonight but must move asap when dawn starts."

Difficulty activist such as Persiankiwi's faces on Twitter feed, which has nearly 19,000 followers, posted this: "I must log off now — will log on when I have more info — need phone line — no mobile cover, no sms, no satellite, no radio."

Many  difficulties experience by international media such as Teymoor Nabili, a reporter for Al Jazeera, wrote on the network's website: "Day-by-day our ability to access any information has been slowly whittled away. . . . I am no longer allowed to take a camera out into the streets. I'm not even sure I can walk out into the streets with a mobile phone without getting into trouble."

Activisits and bloggers are using internet based SMS service such as (http://smsfree4all.com/free-sms-all-countries.html) to help them anonymously send SMS and Picture Message to organize and orchestrate social unrest and get ready for the massive underground protest planned for Wednesday August 5th at inauguration of the President President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

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