“We were chanting, ‘Get lost Ahmadinejad!’ and ‘Ahmadinejad – element of discrimination and corruption.’ You could see from his face that he was really shocked. He wasn’t flashing his usual smile, and at one stage I thought he was going to cry. He told his supporters to respond with a religious chant hailing Ahmadinejad, but he was so shaken he was actually chanting it himself.”
Babak Zamanian, a spokesman for Amir Kabir university’s Islamic students’ committee, after staging a protest against President Ahmadinejad during his speech to students there last week.  Many of the students who protested have gone into hiding in fear of their lives.