The “Iran Liberty Walk” – a 209-mile journey to promote democratic change in Tehran – will will be covered live by talk-radio, including the G. Gordon Liddy Show on some 200 stations nationwide.

Last week, the Iran Freedom Foundation announced the route that will take hundreds of Americans through towns and cities between Philadelphia and the nation’s capital.

The two-week event, led by IFF founder Jerome Corsi, will begin May 16 at the Liberty Bell and culminate with a large demonstration on the Capitol Mall.

Along with sending a signal for peaceful change, the IFF is calling for civil disobedience from Iranian citizens.

Corsi and the IFF urge Iranians to flood the streets June 17, the date of the presidential vote, and vote “no” in the “sham elections the mullahs are planning.”

Corsi, author of the newly released “Atomic Iran,” said live updates from the walk will be featured on at least two other national shows, “Joseph Farah’s WorldNetDaily RadioActive” and Craig R. Smith’s “American at Night.”

In addition, reports from the walk will be broadcast to Iran via radio, television and the Internet.

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