The Dish covered a coup and a revolt this weekend. Footage of demonstrations and street violence can be found here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here. More great footage came from MSNBC, the BBC, and Channel 4. The most disturbing images were of battered students here, here, and here. But we also showed inspiring footage of protesters protecting a policeman, people shouting and chanting from rooftops, and Zahra emerging in public (her translation here). The most iconic photos were displayed here, here, here, and here.

We posted personal accounts of the chaos here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here, and posted ones from Dish readers here, here, here, and here. Among the many Iranian Twitterers, we highlighted the best Tweets here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here

As the regime shut down and shut out the media, much of the mainstream press was AWOL, which we chronicled here, here, here, here, and here. A few readers stood up for the MSM and Kurtz defended CNN. Also, regarding the results, the Corner was conspicuously quiet and Newsweek's Dickey was incurious.

We scrutinized the election results here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here. We also collected notable quotes from Khamenei, Ahmadinejad, an anonymous ministry official, a conservative Iranian student, and Hewitt/Krauthammer.

The Dish relayed some excellent reporting from Laura Rozen, Robert Dreyfaus, Roger Cohen, Laura Secor, Reza Shoja, Steve Clemons, and Muhammad Sahimi (and some excellent blogging from NIAC). We aired some great analysis from Kamal Nazer Yasin, Juan Cole, Spencer Ackerman, Kevin Drum, Gary Sick, Brian Ulrich, Kevin Sullivan, Nick Kristof, Mehdi Khalaji, and Ali Alfoneh (and some less-than-great analysis from Stephen Hayes, Max Boot, and John Podhoretz). Our readers gave us some great commentary here, here, here, here, and here, and invaluable translations here, here, and here.

Andrew offered his initial reaction here, his take on Twitter's impact here, and his comparison of Rove to Ahmadinejad here.

Stay tuned. The photo above at the University of Iran was sent via this Twitter feed.

-C.B.