Saturday, January 28, 2006

A Daily Briefing on Iran: Hundreds of "Tehran Collective Bus" employees arrested

A Daily Briefing on Iran: Hundreds of "Tehran Collective Bus" employees arrested: "Hundreds of Tehran's Collective Bus drivers, technicians and workers have been arrested, since yesterday, following the issuance of a notice of strike. The protest action is to start from Saturday early morning and should affect most of the ten transit areas of the Greater Tehran."
Also note the support expressed by the Teamsters and Senator Santorum (where are Durbin and Obama?)
In a letter dated, January 6, 2006, Santorum requested from the U.S. Secretary of State to intervene on behalf of the arrested Tehran's Bus drivers and the repressed Iranian People.

Slamming the Islamic regime for the persistent human rights abuses and the brutal attack of the strikers, the Pennsylvanian Senator stated in part of his letter: "I ask that you and other senior leaders of the US Government make a concerted effort to reach out to groups of individuals, such as unions and students, to let them know the People of America stand with them in their fight for greater freedoms and liberties".

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