MEK Iran: Protests Continue
The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), and the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran), reported that the Protests in Tehran Pars, Karaj (Gohardasht), Isfahan (Baharestan), Kermanshah, and Eyvan, against shortages of water.
On the 13th day of the uprising, the people and youth of Tehran Pars (northeast district of Greater Tehran) took to the streets in protest of the power outage and chanted “Death to Khamenei and death to the dictator.” The State Security Force (SSF) attempted to disperse the protesters but was faced with jeer and resistance as the crowd continued with their slogans against the regime.
MEK supporters from the city of Karaj reported that in Gohardasht, Karaj, people, and the defiant youth took to the streets and chanted, “Until the mullahs are not overthrown, we will not gain back our country.” The SSF and Special Units attacked the crowd. Also, in Mohammadshahr, Karaj, last night, people chanted, “From Karaj to Khuzestan, unity, unity.”
MEK supporters from the city of Kermanshah reported that residents of Kermanshah’s Dareh Deraz region took to the streets for the second consecutive day and blocking the highway leading to that region to protest the lack of water and electricity.
MEK supporters from the city of Isfahan reported that the people of Isfahan set fire to Khamenei’s banner on Tuesday night and chanted “Khuzestan – Isfahan, Unity – Unity.” They underscored their continued solidarity and unity with the Khuzestan uprising. In Isfahan’s Baharestan district, the resident also protested in the wake of a power outage. As SSF and special forces were dispatched to the scene, people chanted, “Khuzestan, Isfahan, unity, unity,” “The brave Iranians, join us in support,” and “Neither Gaza nor Lebanon, I sacrifice my life for Iran.”
MEK supporters from the city of Kordkuy reported that people in the Kordkuy in Golestan Province blocked the road in protest against the power outage. Also, people in the Eyvan in Ilam Province protested against frequent power outages by taking to the city’s streets and honking their cars.
Maryam Rajavi message
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), said that the uprising, which has been led by the valiant youth of Khuzistan 13th days ago, has now spread to 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.