It has been 40 days since Neda was shot dead in Iran, and this is traditionally marked by Shia Muslims.
People are posting messages in memory of her. Jamshid wrote
‘…We will never forget you nor what you represent – the will of a nation to be free! Sleep in peace Neda, for the Iranian nation is awake.’
40 days on, has anything changed in Iran?
Opposition leaders Mousavi and Karroubi will visit her grave and protests are planned. Memorials are being held around the world including California and New York. A street in Rome has been named after Neda.
There could be splits in the Iranian leadership as the President and Supreme Leader disagree over ministerial appointments.
According to this column, Ayatollah Khamenei is isolated and whether or not Mahmoud Ahmadinejad takes the oath, Iranians will not accept it.
40 days after Neda’s death, what’s changed in Iran?