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Neda Agha-Soltan, a middle class young Moslem woman, loved music, studying to be a travel agent, was outraged at the election results, ventured out to one of the demonstrations, telling her mother, “Don’t worry just one bullet and its over.” Stuck in traffic, she got out to walk and ran into her bullet. Her family was warned not to have a service for her.

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