I've been glued to the twitter feed about the events in Iran all day long. Husband managed to get through to his sister on the phone this morning and she said it is so bad in Tehran that we should keep motherinlaw here with us longer than the 6 week visit we had previously scheduled. Then they lost connection and husband couldn't get her back on the phone.
This video is graphic, don't watch it if you are super sensitive to blood, violence or death, but I think it's important for it to be available for viewing because protestors in Iran are risking their lives to get photos and information out of the country about what is going on.
The video of Neda's death may well be what brings down the current government of Iran, Time has a great article by Robin Wright about why.
I want the Iranian government to change just as much, if not more, than anyone else but I desperately wish that it didn't take the death of innocent people to achieve that change.