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Thursday March 20, 2003
09:51 PM

Protests

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At one intersection an Iranian man who expects to become a U.S. citizen soon could hardly believe what he was seeing.

"What sickens me, you see these second, third, fourth-generation Americans criticizing their own country that so many died trying to get to," said Josh Bakhshi, 25.

"To see this kind of demonstration, and I disagree with this demonstration, the fact that people are not getting shot is incredible.

"You do this in Pakistan, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, at best you would be shot, if not your whole family," said Bakhshi, who said he had just passed his citizenship test.

Contra Costa Times: SF cops arrest more than 1,000 in struggle for city's streets

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  • "You do this in Pakistan, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, at best you would be shot, if not your whole family," said Bakhshi, who said he had just passed his citizenship test.
    Sounds like a good reason for immigrating to a country where free speech is protected.