Sunday, June 28, 2009

Support Protesters in Iran-Special Blog Day

To show solidarity with the protesters in Iran, several CDP bloggers are using this special theme day to post photos related to the struggle.We are, in particular, concerned about the whereabouts and safety of one of our own photo bloggers who has "disappeared" after posting some spectacular shots of the protests on his blog.

ADDED LATER-In response to a question re. the photo, I found several on Google images, which I assumed are NOT copyrighted, selected two and superimposed them on one another.

Click here to view thumbnails for all participants

16 comments:

  1. This is a good image that you have found, Kate, the encapsulates the struggle of the protesters.

    I am so pleased you are supporting this special Theme Day. We are a community of concerned bloggers. We are a community in the world. The world is watching.

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  2. I like your photo collage. I think it shows exactly how we all feel about our missing photoblogger and for all the people of Iran.

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  3. An important principle to be supported. Freedom to take pictures and report events.

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  4. Beautiful post! Thanks for it!
    Regards,
    m_m

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  5. Hi Kate, your collage is does a good job of conveying our support.

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  6. Such a strong image, Kate. Let's hope our blogger is released soon and that one day Iran knows true democracy.

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  7. This is a great image, if you did it my compliments, if you found it thanks for sharing. Very good post.

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  8. It is good to see so many of us at the CDP as one voice today for those that has become silent. Powerful post.

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  9. Something we all should get behind and support. Time for peace to rule and not more fear and death.

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  10. Hope we can get some good news about our blogger. Kind of an extended online family.

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  11. UPDATE 20h00 GMT:
    It has been confirmed by two friends, who have been giving news the whole week:
    AMIR IS HOME NOW!

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  12. Thanks so much for participating today. I hope we are heard. As Julie says, the world is watching.

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  13. A great image, Kate! Just super!
    -KIm

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  14. I'm glad for your support. I'd like to make you aware of this video. Jump to 00:27:10 if you don't like to watch the whole video. I think this is what most western countries deny but it is all connected.

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  15. I'm happy to understand that he's back and free ... but not with any new post yet!

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