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Iran’s Protests Continue for 19 Days

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Iran’s protests continue for 19 days, with heavy clashes between students and security forces.

 

The world learned about the restive country once more, when news of the tragic death of a 22-year-old girl in Tehran spread. Mahsa was a victim of Tehran’s brutal morality police. She was a member of the Kurdish ethnic minority in Saqqez, a town in northwest Iran.

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Maryam Rajavi Met with Members of the U.S. Congress to Talk About Iran’s Recent Uprising

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Maryam Rajavi Called for the Recognition of Iran’s People’s Right to Defend Themselves and Overthrow the Regime.

 

The president-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, met with senior members of the House Foreign Affairs Committee from both sides of the aisle.

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Many individuals, including young people, are destroying the propaganda and other symbols of the regime that have been placed throughout the cities of Iran after learning from the Resistance Units.

Iran’s youths remain defiant despite regime’s heavy crackdown

Many individuals, including young people, are destroying the propaganda and other symbols of the regime that have been placed throughout the cities of Iran after learning from the Resistance Units.

Many individuals, including young people, are destroying the propaganda and other symbols of the regime that have been placed throughout the cities of Iran after learning from the Resistance Units.

 

The bravery and fearlessness with which the people, particularly the youth, have rebelled against the forces of the regime are one of the main features of the recent protests in Iran. Iranian women have demonstrated exemplary behavior and unwaveringness. They have realized that the only way to free Iran from the Iranian regime is to demonstrate their resistance to its rule at all costs, overcome their fears, and reclaim the destiny that has been stolen from them for decades.

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Iran: Over 400 Protesters Killed by Security Forces During Demonstrations Across 170 Cities

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activists and members of the MEK Resistance Units inside Iran have reported ongoing protests in numerous cities and towns throughout the nation.

 

Protests in Iran continued on Saturday, October 1, the 16th day of the uprising against the mullahs’ regime. To date, there have been protests and demonstrations in over 170 cities throughout Iran’s 31 provinces.

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Iran: Hundreds Protesters Killed by Regime Security Forces During Protests that Spanned 162 Cities

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Eleven Nobel Laureates issued a joint letter and expressed their support for nationwide protests of the Iranian people.

 

Protests and demonstrations continued through Sunday night and early Monday morning local time in many Iranian cities for the tenth time in a row during this uprising. Despite the harsh crackdown carried out by the regime, which saw the use of force by the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC), Basij paramilitaries, and plainclothes agents against protesters. The Iranian capital Tehran as well as many of the nation’s major cities, including Tabriz, Shiraz, Mashhad, Isfahan, Rasht, and Karaj, hosted significant anti-regime demonstrations.

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Iran: Nationwide Uprising Spreads to 156 Cities

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Nationwide Uprising Spreads to 156 Cities, over 240 Killed, more than 12,000 Detained.

 

For the twelve times in a row during this uprising, protests and demonstrations went on through Monday night and early Tuesday morning local time in numerous Iranian cities. Despite the regime’s massive crackdown, which included Revolutionary Guards (IRGC), paramilitary Basij, and plainclothes agents using brute force against protesters. Major anti-regime rallies were held in the Iranian capital Tehran as well as many of the country’s major cities, including Tabriz, Shiraz, Mashhad, Isfahan, Rasht, and Karaj.

According to sources from Iran’s opposition People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), protests have spread to 156 cities, with regime security forces killing at least 240 protesters and arresting over 12,000 more. According to reports, the regime’s security forces have injured hundreds, if not thousands, of people.

Students at Tehran’s Tarbiat Modares University held protest rallies on Monday morning, demanding the release of students who had been detained and encouraging others to take part in the nationwide demonstrations.

 

 

Many students have been arrested, according to reports, and the regime’s security apparatus is conducting house-to-house searches to identify and arrest protesters. This round of anti-regime protests has been particularly active among students.

Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman from Saqqez in Kurdistan Province, western Iran, was arrested by the regime’s so-called “Guidance Patrol” on Tuesday, September 13. The arrest took place at the entry of the Haqqani Highway and she was then transferred to the “Moral Security” agency.

Protesting her arrest, Amini was severely beaten by security forces in a van and was taken to the capital’s Kasra Hospital due to the severity of her injuries. Following preliminary examinations, doctors determined that Amini had suffered a stroke while also being brain dead. Amini passed away on Friday, September 16. Protests erupted soon after in several cities, including Tehran and Saqqez. Protests have continued and grown since then.

There were also protests and demonstrations in the cities of Amol, Zahedan, Sanandaj, Shahinshahr, Kermanshah, Zanjan, Qom, Mehrshahr, Varamin, Shahr-e-Rey, Jonaqan, and others. To keep the regime’s security forces out of their neighborhoods, protesters are frequently seen setting fires and erecting roadblocks. Once on the ground, protesters are targeting the regime’s security forces, particularly IRGC units and plainclothes agents.

 

 

To prevent the protests from spreading, regime officials in Karaj, located just west of Tehran, imposed power outages in many parts of the city. This only encouraged more people to join the anti-regime protests.

Iranian opposition National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) President-elect Maryam Rajavi praised Iran’s courageous protesters and urged the international community to condemn the regime’s harsh crackdown. “The people of Iran give life to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by resisting a regime that tramples fundamental human rights. I urge the international community to condemn the clerical regime and support protesters,” she tweeted.

Netblocks, a UK-based internet monitoring organization that tracks network disruptions and shutdowns around the world, continued its reporting on the mullahs’ regime’s internet disruptions on Sunday.

“Real-time metrics show a nationwide disruption to Mobinnet, one of Iran’s largest network operators, as widespread internet platform restrictions and rolling blackouts persist amid protests,” they wrote on Twitter.

Mobile internet access in Iran is officially suspended between 4 p.m. and 12 a.m. local time. Activists are most likely sending footage of nationwide protests via devices connected to landlines.

 

 

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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.

Iran Protests 2022: Mahsa Amini protests spread like wildfire across 31 provinces

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.

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.

 

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Locals in Marivan of Kurdistan province in western Iran launched a general strike protesting the killing of Mahsa Amini by the regime’s so-called “morality police” – September 19, 2022

Mahsa Amini’s murder prompts Iranians to take the streets in several cities

Locals in Marivan of Kurdistan province in western Iran launched a general strike protesting the killing of Mahsa Amini by the regime’s so-called “morality police” – September 19, 2022

Locals in Marivan of Kurdistan province in western Iran launched a general strike protesting the killing of Mahsa Amini by the regime’s so-called “morality police” – on September 19, 2022

 

The killing of Mahsa Amini, 22, by the regime’s so-called “morality police,” under the outrageous pretext of “improper hijab,” has sparked protests in various Iranian cities.  After Mahsa Amini’s arrest and transfer to a police station, more people became incensed over her horrific killing, which resulted in protests escalating on Sunday in Tehran, Sanandaj, Mahabad, and Karaj.

 

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Freedom loving Iranians and supporters of the Iranian opposition PMOIMEK rallying in New York and condemning the murder of Mahsa Amini by regime ruling Iran – September 18, 2022

Iranians in Europe and New York condemn the murder of Mahsa Amini by Iran’ regime

Freedom loving Iranians and supporters of the Iranian opposition PMOIMEK rallying in New York and condemning the murder of Mahsa Amini by regime ruling Iran – September 18, 2022

Freedom-loving Iranians and supporters of the Iranian opposition PMOIMEK rallied in New York and condemned the murder of Mahsa Amini by the regime ruling Iran – on September 18, 2022.

 

Iranians who value freedom and members of the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) held protests on Saturday in numerous European cities, New York, and Toronto to denounce the death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old who was severely beaten by the regime’s “morality police” before passing away from severe brain damage on Friday. In addition, the MEK supporters urged the US government to refuse President of the Iranian regime Ebrahim Raisi a visa for next week’s UN General Assembly.

 

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Raisi served as Tehran's deputy prosecutor and was a member of the death commission in 1988.

UN’s embrace of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi whitewashes his record of crimes against humanity

Raisi served as Tehran's deputy prosecutor and was a member of the death commission in 1988.

Raisi served as Tehran’s deputy prosecutor and was a member of the death commission in the 1988 massacre in Iran.

 

The fact that President Ebrahim Raisi of the murderous Iranian regime is scheduled to attend the 77th UN General Assembly session in New York this month is astounding, to say the least. When Raisi was named the regime’s president last year, the reputable international human rights organization Amnesty International stated, “That Ebrahim Raisi has risen to the presidency instead of being investigated for the crimes against humanity of murder, enforced disappearance, and torture is a grim reminder that impunity reigns supreme in Iran.”

 

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