On 15 June 2009, more than three million Iranian mutely rallied in Tehran’s streets protesting presidential election results, despite being warned by state officials that any such rally would be illegal. The demonstration, the largest in the Islamic Republic of Iran's 30-year history, took place at Enghelab (Revolution) Street, from Imam Hossein Square to Azadi (Freedom) Square. I was there too. The only one I participated at that period of time. There were several other bloody protests happened after that day.
Now, the Green Movement is dead, and its leader, Mir-Hossein Mousavi is under house arrest and almost forgotten. Feeling guilty because of my inattentiveness at that time, I marched a designed thirty-kilometer solo demonstration which took several days, started at Imam Hossein Square and finished at Azadi Square. Through this process, A GPS application on my smartphone wrote the most famous motto of the Green Movement, “Ya Hossein, Mir-Hossein”(یا حسین میر حسین) and the movement’s symbol, the green V on the city, just like a slogan painted on a wall.