Above is video said to be from Tehran University. Enduring America's snap analysis of today's events:

There are too many spontaneous and re-routed gatherings to say that the Green movement has been suppressed. And the footage that we are coming from outside Tehran, more than in previous rallies, indicates that there is a spread of the opposition.

[W]hile the quantity of protestors may be less than expected, the strength of the sentiment is not to be underestimated. Despite all the regime’s intimidation and threats, demonstrators are openly calling the Supreme Leader a “murderer” and stomping on his picture. Security forces may able to use tear gas and bullets in the air to keep them from the largest squares but they cannot remove them from the streets.

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