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How the turmoil in Iran is playing out on social media Web sites
  • Iran turmoil a hot topic on social media sites
  • CNN's Iran Desk analyzing dozens of video posts
  • Summary of latest trends on Twitter, Facebook

(CNN) -- Nearly a week after the bloody weekend crackdown on Iranian protesters, the issue is still generating thousands of posts on Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook.

CNN's Iran desk is analyzing dozens of Internet videos of the violent demonstrations on Dec. 23-24 in which at least seven protesters were killed.

Hundreds of "tweets" are still being posted onto Twitter every hour.

Each day, thousands of people are joining a Facebook page dedicated to supporting the anti-government protesters, called "100 Million Facebook Members for Iran."

Video: Iran and opposition divide grows

Here is a rundown of the latest social media trends that CNN has compiled:

Twitter: Most Shared Articles on Iran

U.S. Iran standing in its own way with nuke plan

Iran gives West one-month ultimatum to accept uranium swap

Total wealth of Khamenei and family $36 billion

Iranian opposition grows beneath surface

Shah's son urges international protest over Iran

Most Popular Iran Hashtags on Twitter


















Most popular Facebook accounts on Iran

100 Million Facebook Members for Iran

Mir Hossein Moussavi personal page