MEK Iran: Nationwide Uprising
The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), and the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran), reported that the people across Iran and in different cities of Khuzestan for the 10th consecutive night continued to demonstrate against shortages of water.
The Khuzestan uprising spreading across Iran
MEK supporters from the city of Tabriz reported that on the 10th day of the Khuzestan uprising, the people and youth of Tabriz took to the streets, chanting slogans against the mullah regime’s oppression and expressing solidarity with the Khuzestan uprising.
Neither Shah nor Khamenei, we are patriotic
Tabrizein demonstrators chanted, “Azerbaijan is awake, it supports Khuzestan,” “Neither Shah nor Khamenei, we are patriotic,” “We are ready to sacrifice our lives, we are Babak’s soldiers.” (Bābak Khorramdin was one of the prominent Iranian revolutionary leaders, fighting against the Abbasid Caliphate for freedom).
The repressive forces attacked the protesters
The repressive State Security Force (SSF) and the special anti-riot units attacked the protesters, but the youth resisted them while chanting, “We will not accept humiliation, shame on you, shame on you,” and forced them to retreat.
Solidarity with the Khuzestan uprising
Simultaneously, in Zanjan and Bojnurd, people and the youth took to the streets in solidarity with the Khuzestan uprising. They chanted, “Iranians die but will not accept humiliation.”
MEK activists mobilize people across Iran
Mullah Mohammad-Ali Nekounam, Khamenei’s representative in Shahrekord, said in this week’s Friday Prayer, “The important thing is that the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) are still on their feet, and even today in Ahvaz, in Khuzestan, and one can see their footprint in Ahvaz and Khuzestan in creating chaos.”
The uprising of the brave people of Khuzestan, despite security and repressive measures, demonstrations, and clashes with the Revolutionary Guards and the State Security Force (SSF) continues. Defiant youths in Ahvaz took control of the city center by burning tires and causing traffic jams in Dayereh Alley.
The uprising in Susangerd
In Susangerd, the clerical regime closed the city’s main streets with concrete walls and completely cut off electricity and the internet to prevent demonstrations and rallies. However, the youths clashed with the Revolutionary Guards and the SSF until late at night. The sound of the repressive forces’ gunshots could be heard throughout the city.
The uprising in Izeh
In Izeh, regime forces imposed an undeclared martial law and curfew to prevent the people from gathering. Fearing the eruption of an uprising, the clerical regime filled the streets with repressive forces and, using loudspeakers, called on the shopkeepers to close their shops before dark and warned people not to stop moving. The funeral of one of the martyrs of the uprising, Hadi Bahmani, turned into a demonstration against the regime yesterday. The people chanted, “Death to Khamenei.”
The uprising in Ahvaz
In Ahvaz, the rebellious youth block the Ahvaz Expressway that rings the city. In Shooshtar’s Shoaibiyeh district, the youth closed the highway by setting fire on the road to block the entry of reinforcements.
The uprising in Robat Karim
In Robat Karim (Tehran), a large crowd gathered to express support for the Khuzestan uprising.
The uprising in Qazvin
In Qazvin, the brave youth showed their solidarity by lighting fires on the Qazvin-Tehran highway.
The uprising in Yazd
In Yazd, young Khuzestanis who live in the Meybod district took to the streets and chanted anti-regime slogans.
The uprising in Saveh
In Saveh, the brave youth closed the Saveh road by placing large concrete barriers.
The uprising in Ilam
In Ilam, people gathered at the Mehr housing intersection.
The uprising in Aligudarz
In Aligudarz, the clashes between the SSF and the people continued until around 4:00 AM. In response to the SSf and IRGC forces’ indiscriminate shooting, the defiant youths occupied the Hemmatabad Police station (no. 12) for a few hours. Several demonstrators were killed or injured when the SSF and Revolutionary Guards opened fire. The Revolutionary Guards also arrested more than 100 protesters.
Maryam Rajavi message
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi said that the uprising, which has been led by the valiant youth of Khuzistan nine days ago, has now spread to the Lorestan, Tehran, Bushehr, Isfahan, and other places. The martyrs of these uprisings from Ahvaz, Izeh, Aligudarz, and other cities reflect the Iranian people’s resolve to overthrow religious fascism and establish democracy and the people’s rule. Their sacrifice acts as a beacon for Iran’s freedom.