Nightly demonstrations and hit-and-run clashes between people and suppressive forces took place in Tabriz, northwest Iran. “We are Babak’s soldiers; we are ready to die,” the youth chanted, referring to a historical legendary hero.
On Monday night, October 31, the 46th night of the uprising, Tehran and other cities witnessed hit-and-run clashes with suppressive forces. After several nights in a row, residents of Tehran’s Ekbatan district continued their nightly demonstration. This area has become a hotspot for nightly uprisings. In retaliation, the suppressive forces harassed and attacked homes the previous nights. On Monday night, the suppressive forces used vehicles with mounted loudspeakers to broadcast anti-MEK slogans in the same area. They also threw sound bombs at houses. People chanted, “Death to the dictator!” in response. In Mehr Villa of Karaj, people widely chanted anti-regime slogans from the rooftops.
Protests in Iran’s universities resumed on Monday. Shiraz University of Medical Science students chanted, “For every person killed, there are 1,000 others behind them!” Amir Kabir University students held a large rally in Tehran, calling for the release of imprisoned students.
On Sunday, people took to the streets in cities across Iran to mark the 24th day of protests against the mullahs’ regime. Protests in Iran have now spread to 177 cities and all 31 provinces across the country. According to reports compiled by the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), the regime has killed 400 civilians and arrested 20,000 others so far. On Monday, youths, college students, and high school students took to the streets in Tehran and other cities such as Sanandaj, Saqqez, Karaj, Mashhad, Marivan, Mahabad, Salas Babajani, Fardis in Alborz Province, Shahr-e Rey, Qazvin, Kermanshah, Arak, Bandar Abbas, and others in confrontations with the regime’s oppressive security forces. Store owners joined the nationwide protests by going on strike and closing their doors.
According to the latest reports, protesters in 177 cities throughout Iran’s 31 provinces have taken to the streets for nearly three weeks now seeking to overthrow the mullahs’ regime. Over 400 have been killed by regime security forces and at least 20,000 arrested, via sources affiliated to the Iranian opposition PMOI/MEK.
On Monday, the 25th day of protests against the mullahs’ dictatorship, people in many cities across Iran continued the anti-regime uprising. Protests in Iran have now spread to 172 cities across the country’s 31 provinces. According to reports compiled by the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), the regime has killed 400 civilians and arrested 20,000 others so far.
Following the death of Mahsa Amini, these protests began. Mahsa, a 22-year-old woman from Kurdistan Province, was brutally beaten by morality police and died of her injuries on September 16. Protests erupted in response to the incident, which quickly spread across Iran.
Protests were reported in Tehran, Rasht, Arak, Khorramabad, Eslamshahr, Qods (Ghal-e Hassan Khan), Parand, Qazvin, and other cities. Locals have seen on the streets chanting “Death to the dictator!” in reference to regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.
Drivers on various roads and districts in Tehran, including Valiasr, Tehranpars, and Bagheri Highway, demonstrated their support for the ongoing protests by sounding their horns. According to activists, the regime’s security forces and plainclothes agents were seen attempting to prevent any anti-regime protests.
Despite the regime’s efforts to keep protests at bay, high school students took to the streets again on Thursday. Students in Qazvin, northwest Iran, chanted, “Imprisoned college students must be released!”
Protesters chanted slogans against the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) paramilitary Basij in Parand, Tehran Province. “I will kill those who killed my sister!” they chanted. Protesters in Tehran’s Kamraniyeh and Tehranpars districts were heard chanting “Death to Khamenei!”
Protesters set fire to roads in Sanandaj and chanted anti-regime slogans. Protests were reported in several cities throughout the night, including Kermanshah, Hamedan, Sanandaj, and Tehran.
Farmers protested for the third day in Khorasgan, Isfahan Province, central Iran. Teachers from Mahsa Amini’s hometown of Saqqez in Kurdistan Province in western Iran went on strike in support of the people of Sistan & Baluchestan Province following the regime’s massacre in Zahedan on September 30 that left hundreds dead and injured. Teachers from Saqqez donated blood for those in need in Zahedan.
Saqqez, western #Iran Teachers in #MahsaAmini's hometown #MahsaAmini donated blood for wounded locals in Zahedan, southeast Iran, who were gunned down by security forces last Friday. Zahedan's hospitals are facing a severe blood shortage due to the high number of wounded people. pic.twitter.com/kmU2z4cAb5
— People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) (@Mojahedineng) October 6, 2022
Meeting with European Parliament members at the invitation of the Friends of a Free Iran Committee, President-elect Maryam Rajavi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) stated that the Iranian people expect Europe to recognize their right to defend themselves against the regime’s brutal attacks, as well as to resist and fight for their freedom.
Authorities have intensified their crackdown on any sign of protest gatherings, while widespread internet disruption measures have been implemented in many cities and provinces.
Tehran’s public prosecutor, Ali Salehi, inspected the Greater Tehran and Evin prisons. “We will take firm judicial action, without hesitation, against those rioters who rose up in opposition to national security.” “The dossiers of these individuals will be evaluated in a special manner and advanced in the process,” he said on October 4 in an interview with the semi-official Mehr news agency.
Meeting with MEPs on the invitation of the Friends of a Free Iran Committee -The people of #Iran expect Europe to recognize their right to defend themselves against the regime’s brutal attacks, and to resist and fight for their freedom.#IranRegimeChangehttps://t.co/e5YF3TeZl3
Furthermore, the PMOI/MEK Social Headquarters inside Iran has detailed how oppressive regime agents are targeting protesters, particularly those gathering footage of the uprising in universities and other locations across Iran. Agents fired pellet rounds at protesters in order to prevent them from disseminating information or sending video clips of the protests over the Internet. So far, hundreds of people who were filming the uprisings have been arrested, according to the report.
Despite the heavy presence of security forces, protesters continued their rallies and defied the regime’s repressive forces. Protesters in Sanandaj resisted state security forces with bare hands and rocks.
On Thursday, September 22, people took to the streets in cities across Iran for the seventh consecutive day of anti-regime protests. In Tehran, a large crowd gathered on Keshavarz Blvd and chanted, “The supreme leader is a disgrace,” referring to regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei. These protests began following the death of Mahsa Amini. On Tuesday, September 13, a 22-year-old woman from the Kurdistan Province city of Saqqez was arrested by the regime’s so-called “Guidance Patrol” at the Haqqani Highway entrance and transferred to the “Moral Security” agency.
“Women prisoners who break the rules of the prison are sent to the Aminabad sanatorium. Death row inmates are secretly executed, prisoners starve and suffer from lack of hygiene,” the report reads.
Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman, died on September 15 after suffering terrible beatings while being held by the morality police for not being “improperly veiled.” The tragic death of Mahsa is just the most recent example of the appalling misogynistic conditions that Iranian women must endure. A recent report from the Iran Human Rights Society (IranHRS) contains some shocking details about the appalling treatment of female prisoners in the Varamin, close to Tehran, Qarchak prison. The prison, which is a facility for punishing inmates, has a division for more severe punishment.
The execution of Navid Afkari was commemorated on September 12 for the second time. A champion who was detained following significant anti-regime protests in 2018.
wrongfully accused of murder and hanged despite international outrage. Tuesday, as they attempted to visit Navid’s grave, Navid’s mother, sister Elham, and brother Habib were forcibly detained by security personnel. Iran’s regime routinely denies its victims’ families, primarily those of killed political prisoners, the opportunity to hold funerals and pay respect to their loved ones, and it has a history of harassing and repressing the families of martyrs.
“This well-researched book is about a foiled, state-instigated terrorist attack at the annual gathering of the [NCRI], on June 30, 2018, near Paris.
A book about Iran’s state terror and the case of Assadollah Assadi with the working title “Diplomatic Terrorism, Anatomy of Iran’s State Terror” was released by the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI).After plotting to blow up thousands of attendees at the annual Free Iran World Summit held by the Iranian Resistance in Villepinte, France, where Maryam Rajavi, the president-elect of the opposition NCRI, was speaking along with hundreds of other political dignitaries from around the world, Assadollah Assadi became the first serving Iranian diplomat to ever be detained, investigated, tried, convicted, and imprisoned.
The story of the Iranian people’s suffering under the ruling theocracy is endless. The news from Iran fills one with sadness. People are selling their body parts, children are looking for food in the garbage, and the rising number of suicides in Iran is just the tip of the iceberg.
The 10th of September was World Suicide Prevention Day, and suicides in Iran are on the rise. “We had 4200 suicides last year,” Amir Jalali, chairman of the Suicide Prevention Committee of the Scientific Association of Psychiatrists, told the state-run Hamshahri online on September 9. Jalali attributed Iran’s rising suicide rate to unstable social conditions, severe loss of social capital, rising poverty and unemployment, and discrimination.
The People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) celebrated the 58th anniversary of its official founding on Tuesday.
The People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) celebrated the 58th anniversary of its official founding on Tuesday. Members and supporters gathered to commemorate the MEK’s long-standing survival in the face of violent repression, first by the Shah’s dictatorship and then by the mullahs’ theocracy. However, the MEK has done much more than simply survive while promoting a democratic alternative to both repressive systems.
Smuggling is one of the main income resources of the Iranian regime’s officials and the IRGCSmuggling is one of the main income resources for the Iranian regime’s officials and the IRGC.
News about smuggling cases in Iran is frequently published in the Iranian regime’s media. According to Omid Qalibaf, the spokesperson for the regime’s Ministry of Industry, Mining, and Trade, the most recent case to come to light involves the smuggling of tobacco, household appliances, and spare parts worth 171 billion rials. Smuggling is one of the most profitable methods for the regime’s ‘mafia.’ According to Qalibaf, the 171 billion rials smuggled figure only includes a limited number of goods and does not represent the full scope of the country’s black market.