The sheer number of videos already posted in such short time indicates that Iranian citizens are finding ever more ways to evade and circumvent restrictions on the internet in Iran despite the intensified media crackdowns. The number of videos posted so quickly during and after protests on February 14, 2011 is likely to exceed the number posted during any single protest of 2009.
Videos allegedly showing the protests of February 14 in Iran:
Video of Protesters Imploring Police to Join Them
"Death to Khamenei"
Protesters Burn Picture of Khamenei
"What happened to our oil money? It was sent to Basijis [paramilitary forces of the IRGC]"
Plainclothes Security Agent Attacked, Protesters Chant "Not Gaza or Lebanon! Tunisia, Egypt, and Iran!"
View of Protests From Apartment Balcony
"Death to the Dictator" in Esfahan
Driving By a Protest in Tehran
Tear Gas on Streets Affects People in Public Transportation
"Whether Cairo or Tehran, Death to Tyrants!"
"Mubarak, Ben Ali--It's Your Turn, Seyyed Ali [Khamenei, the Supreme Leader]"
Heavy Security in Mashhad
"Not Gaza or Lebanon! Tunisia, Egypt, and Iran!"
"Death to the Dictator"
Heavy Tear Gas on Streets
Yet Another "Death to the Dictator"
Protests on Azadi Street
Protests and Burning Trash Near Revolution Square
A Protester Lifting Banners on a Construction Crane
Night Protest in Shiraz
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