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We must always take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. — -…

18 Sep

We must always take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim.
— – Elie Wiesel (1928)

This video is dedicated to Nasrin Sotoudeh and other legends of the resistance, who have
screamed for justice and humanity !
They have been imprisoned, simply for showing us the way to freedom.

Now it's our turn to scream for them .
As we mentioned in the clip, this video is not a piece of Art . It is just a weapon against
oppression.

Published on Dec 5, 2012 by Sanaz Zaresani:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51WhQbGYYqk

All incomes from this Video will be donated to Amnesty international . So if you like to help
us in this regard, you can just click on the video and share it with your friends .

Thank you all

Verse:
On an imaginery day
In an imaginery land
You'd take a walk with your husband, holding hands.
We would have saved up some money for the ice-cream(I scream) man
Take your kids by the hands run to the ice-cream stand.

Chorus:
And if I would scream
And if you would scream
And if we all would scream
Maybe, the kids would get their ice cream.

And if I would scream
And if you would scream
And if we all would scream
Maybe, the kids would get their ice cream.

We keep up the candle of hope
We keep up humanity's smile
'Cause we know in the end all oppression is bound to die.


‫تقدیم به نسرین ستوده / Dedicated to Nasrin Sotoudeh‬

 
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