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Resistance in Istanbul 5th Night

Resistance in Istanbul 5th Night
Mon, 6/3/2013 - by Ferit Katipoğlu

 

 

Published on Jun 3, 20135th day resistance in Istanbul Turkey.

Small video to encourage all the people who stand against the government for our cause.Media and TV Channels in Turkey wont be forgiven for not broadcasting the violent events taking place in taksim and besiktas.Spread and Share the Words*Videos*Photos* for the universal rights of Speech Freedom.Thanks all who share our thoughts and stand with us. We are on 6th and we will not stop.#direngeziparkı #occupygezi #geziparki

 

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