Iran makes public persons accused of attempting to commit velvet revolution

Other News Materials 6 April 2009 15:14 (UTC +04:00)

Names of persons trying to commit velvet revolution in Iran have been made public. The persons were arrested by officials of the Sepah Security Corpus due to attempting to create a Website contradicting religion, culture and morality.

In early March, the Sepah Security Corpus forces arrested a group of 26 people attempting to commit velvet revolution, and to create a Web site contradicting religion, culture and morality.

On Monday, the Iranian Anti Organized Crime Organization announced the names of arrested persons.