Brainstorm: one possible way for protesters to get the upper hand would be to jam the radio communications of the Basij, IRG, and whatever other security apparatus is present. This could make a HUGE difference in how things go from here on out. Without the ability to coordinate and communicate, their operations would be seriously hindered. Jammers would have to be placed in strategic locations (such as rooftops) and then abandoned, as they would be easy for the authorities to locate. You would not want to be transmitting from anyplace that could be traced back to anyone. Perhaps people here can research frequencies that are used by Iran's security forces and try to find plans for a home-made jammer that can be easily put together, and report back here. This information must be on the web - just needs to be found and compiled. I know in the US it is trivial to obtain communications frequencies of police and government agencies. I'm sure there are protesters that are technically-saavy enough to obtain and put together the components. Another tactic, maybe more risky but also maybe more realistic, is to physically attack and bring down all antennas on and around Basij headquarters. I have seen these antennas in youtube videos. Or cut cables leading to the antennas. Or stick metal pins through the cables to short the conductor to the shielding. Or somehow cut-off power to the buildings. Ideas/suggestions?