I started City of Brass in March 2002 at Blogspot, and moved to Beliefnet in August 2008. Over a thousand posts and a million page views later, it is time to end this chapter and start a new one. However, I am not technically going anywhere – Beliefnet recently acquired Patheos, where I am going […]
The events in Iran over the weekend have been dramatic and surreal. This is literally history in the making, and the course of the decades ahead turns on the actions of the men and women in the streets of Tehran, mobilizing in defiance and anger.
The regime is afraid. That’s why they disabled text messaging on election day; why twitter and facebook are blocked; why the internet is being censored; why journalists are being expelled. And yet despite their efforts, the story is being told.
I’ve created a small resource of my own for keeping up to date with teh rapidly evolving events in Iran. It’s an aggregate of filtered twitter accounts that I have found to be invaluable – you can follow this resource on twitter at @iranrevolution or sample the stream of news and updates in real-time at friendfeed.com/iranrevolution. This is just the start. My prayers are with the people of Iran and I hope they know that we are watching and bearing witness to their struggle.