Skip to comments.Iran uprising at a glance – Day 121
Posted on 01/15/2023 10:23:25 AM PST by SeekAndFind
First, the data on what's happening in Iran.
Start with the count:
Now here's the latest news:
Iran’s nationwide uprising entered its fifth month following a day of major rallies and demonstrations against the mullahs’ regime in various cities of what's known as Sistan and Baluchistan province, especially the provincial capital of Zahedan. A large number of locals took to the streets on Friday in the Baluch cities of Zahedan, Rask, and Khash, chanting slogans specifically targeting regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC), the paramilitary Basij forces, and other units of the regime’s vast crackdown apparatus. People in the provincial capital of Zahedan and other Baluch cities have long been suppressed by Iran’s ruling regime and have courageously been protesting the mullahs’ atrocities for decades, especially in the past four months.
Meanwhile, in Tehran, at around 9 a.m. local time on Saturday morning, approximately 500 family members of ordinary inmates held in the regime’s prison rallied outside the mullahs’ so-called judiciary building, protesting the conditions of their jailed loved ones. These family members had travelled to the Iranian capital from different and faraway cities. Some children were seen holding placards reading: “Don’t execute my father!” Authorities dispatched security forces to disperse the crowd based on the bogus pretext that the judiciary is closed today.
In Sanandaj, the capital of Kurdistan province, courageous youths blinded the surveillance camera of Khamenei's repressive forces which was installed in the city’s Madar square.
In the Iranian diaspora abroad, NCRI’s president-elect Mrs. Maryam Rajavi reacted to the execution of a former Iranian regime official named Alireza Akbari, stating: “Ex-deputy defense minister Alireza Akbari’s abhorrent execution "
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More broadly, Iran’s nationwide uprising marked its 119th day on Thursday as protesters continued their anti-regime campaign with a focus on night rallies.
There are increasing reports of people burning the regime’s propaganda billboards and posters of regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, writing anti-regime slogans in graffiti, and using Molotov cocktails targeting various regime-affiliated sites, mostly bases of the brutal and widely detested Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) paramilitary Basij units.
The mullahs’ regime ruling Iran, in dire need to bring the ongoing protests across the country to an end, has been escalating its crackdown and threats, including issuing an increasing number of death sentences to arrested protesters.
After already executing four individuals detained in the recent protests, the ruling regime is faced with a nation determined to continue its campaign for freedom and democracy and refusing to back down in the face of the mullahs’ repression.
May God bless & protect these people.
Kill all the Mullahs.
The Iranians got the very government their parents and grand parents rioted for back in 1979.
I still remember the Iranian students chanting ‘down with the shah’ for months on end at the student union when I was in college.
I also remember the breathless articles by the media regarding the triumphant reentry of the Ayatollah from Paris back to Iran and how fantastic it was.
Thank you Jimmy, Zbignew, and the Democrat parties for enabling world terrorism and killing of American soldiers by proxy.
As a side note, a good percentage of the Iranian women were exotic and beautiful. Of course, now they can’t go to college or the beach thanks to the wisdom of the Democrats.
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