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Letter From Paris: Help Find an Iranian Photographer!

This comment was posted on my blog--www.betharnold.com--yesterday by a friend who is missing a friend--a photographer recording the protests in Tehran. If anyone can help find him, please do what you can! We all need to stand with the Iranian people who need our support--in whatever way possible.

One of the members of our daily photo community who was posting pictures of the current situation in Tehran has gone missing.

This is his website. Now removed.*

Here is a link to the recent article about eyewitness reporters on Tehran's streets in Life Magazine.

Please ask as many people as possible to do what ever they can to help find him.

And for everyone on Twitter:

If you're on Twitter, set your location to Tehran & your time zone to GMT +3.30. Iranian security forces are hunting for bloggers using location/timezone searches. The more people at this location, the more of a logjam it creates for forces trying to shut down Iranians' access to the internet. Cut & paste & pass it on...

*27. June: I was asked to remove the link to this website by someone who thought this would help the photographer. I have done so.

Crossposted at www.betharnold.com.

Beth Arnold lives and works in Paris. To see more of her work, go to www.betharnold.com.