MEK Iran: Resistance Units Celebrate Student Day
On the anniversary of the Shah regime’s execution of three student activists in Tehran University on December 7, 1953, the people of Iran continue to honor their memory. Iran’s Student Day is celebrated on December 7 to honor the contribution of the country’s youth in creating the country’s future.
Resistance Units placed banners in various cities
Members of the Resistance Units, a network of the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran), held activities across the country on Student’s Day to honor students who have given their lives for the cause of Iranian liberation.
“The initiatives and creativity of the youth, especially students, is ground-breaking in the fight against Ali Khamenei,” the Resistance Units placed banners in various locations throughout Tehran.
Photo of Iranian Resistance leader Massoud Rajavi and NCRI president-elect Maryam Rajavi appeared on other posters. “Iranian students will rise against the mullahs in the name of freedom,” said one of the posters.
Students Put flowers on the gravestones of students killed
On behalf of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), members of the Resistance Units paid a visit to the graves of the three students killed on December 7 and laid flower wreaths on their graves. “We celebrate Student Day. We place flowers on the gravestones of the three students killed by Shah on behalf of the Iranian people, the Iranian Resistance, and students. “Hail to the students killed in the 1988 massacre and the November 2019 uprising, as well as all those fighting the regime,” a member of the Resistance Unit remarked.
There is no force that can stand against the youth
“There is no force that can stand against the youth’s rebellion,” one poster in Isfahan stated. Resistance Units were active in Isfahan and other cities, supporting protesters. Many banners installed by Resistance Units in Tehran and other cities proclaim, “Isfahan is not alone.” We support the uprising in Isfahan,” said banners raised by Resistance Units in Ardabil. Isfahan isn’t the only one. Isfahan is Iran.”
Farmers in Isfahan have been opposing the regime’s harmful policies, which have resulted in water shortages, for several months. Farmers have congregated in the dry basin of the Zayandeh Rud river to express their dissatisfaction in recent weeks. Thousands of people in the province joined their movement, calling on the regime to address the farmers’ problems. Security officers attacked the demonstrators on Thursday, setting fire to their tents and forcing them to disperse. Farmers returned to the Zayandeh Rud basin on Friday to resume their demonstrations.
The regime attempted to disperse the protesters by using force. Farmers chanted anti-regime chants in defiance of the regime’s oppressive forces. Protests lasted all day and into the night.
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