(Video) Protests in 162 cities in Iran with over 240 deaths by security forces


The uprising continued across Iran on September 27, for the 12th day against the mullahs’ regime. To date, uprisings have been recorded in over 156 cities across Iran in 31 provinces. So far, more than 240 protesters have been killed and 12,000 arrested.

Videos obtained from Tehran's Ariashahr on Tuesday show a strong presence of riot units to prevent protests.  Numerous reports indicate that the regime is bringing in mercenaries from other countries to quell the protests.

Videos obtained from Tehran’s Ariashahr on Tuesday show a strong presence of riot units to prevent protests. Numerous reports indicate that the regime is bringing in mercenaries from other countries to quell the protests.

protesters resisted suppressive forces and continued their rallies into the night.  Reports and videos indicate that there are violent clashes between security forces and protesters.  Protesters forced repressive forces to retreat and remove some neighborhoods.

protesters resisted suppressive forces and continued their rallies into the night. Reports and videos indicate that there are violent clashes between security forces and protesters. Protesters forced repressive forces to retreat and remove some neighborhoods.

Iran's opposition National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) President-elect Maryam Rajavi hailed the ongoing protests and the leading role of <a class=Iranian women, she said, adding that they are “pioneers in the overthrow of the mullahs’ misogynistic regime.”/>

Iran’s opposition National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) President-elect Maryam Rajavi hailed the ongoing protests and the leading role of Iranian women, she said, adding that they are “pioneers in the overthrow of the mullahs’ misogynistic regime.

It should be noted that the regime has been particularly harsh in suppressing protests in Kurdish towns.  However, people continue their resistance and come back to the streets every day to demand a change of regime.

It should be noted that the regime has been particularly harsh in suppressing protests in Kurdish towns. However, people continue their resistance and come back to the streets every day to demand a change of regime.

In Ekbatan, security forces stood in the streets and fired at people’s homes. The demonstrators defied them and continued to chant anti-regime slogans.

People have been continuing their rallies for days and nights, reporting intense hit-and-run clashes between protesters and security forces.

—MEK

PARIS, FRANCE, Sept. 29, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Protests continued across Iran on Tuesday, September 27, marking the 12th day of this uprising against the mullahs’ regime. To date, demonstrations and protests have been recorded in more than 156 cities across Iran’s 31 provinces.

Following the regime’s massive crackdown and opening fire on protesters, sources associated with Iran’s opposition, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), report that more than 240 protesters were killed and at least 12,000 others were arrested.

It should be noted that despite the massive deployment of security forces on the streets, including the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC), Basij paramilitaries, plainclothes agents and members and units of the Ministry of Intelligence and (MON), the Iranian people have continued their rallies for days and nights, and many regions are reporting intense hit-and-run clashes between protesters and regime security forces.

This includes the capital Tehran and other metropolitan cities of Tabriz, Shiraz, Mashhad, Isfahan, Rasht and Karaj.

Videos obtained from Tehran’s Ariashahr on Tuesday show a strong presence of riot units to prevent protests. Numerous reports indicate that the regime is bringing in mercenaries from other countries to quell the protests.

As the clerical regime continues its practice of constantly disrupting and completely cutting internet connections alongside its iron fist, activists and members of the PMOI/MEK resistance units in Iran have reported ongoing protests and dozens of cities and towns across the country.

In Chabahar in southeastern Iran, large crowds gathered to resume protest rallies. Regime security forces responded with firearms and live ammunition.

However, the protesters resisted the suppressive forces and continued their rallies into the night. Reports and videos indicate that there are violent clashes between security forces and protesters. The protesters forced the regime’s repressive forces to retreat and took control of some neighborhoods.

These protests began after the death of Mahsa Amini. Mahsa (Zhina) Amini, a 22-year-old woman from the city of Saqqez in Kurdistan province, western Iran, who traveled to Tehran with her family, was arrested on Tuesday September 13 in entrance to the Haqqani highway by regime forces. called “Guidance Patrol” and transferred to the “Moral Security” agency.

In protest at her arrest, Amini was severely beaten by security forces in a van and taken to Kasra Hospital in the capital due to the severity of her injuries. After initial examinations, doctors declared that Amini had suffered a stroke and was at the same time brain dead.

Amini passed away on Friday, September 16. Soon after, protests erupted in several cities, including Tehran and Saqqez. The protests have continued and expanded ever since.

In Sanandaj, protesters returned to the streets despite heavy security measures and the presence of riot forces. The demonstrators chanted anti-regime slogans including “Death to the dictator!” and “Death to Khamenei!”

It should be noted that the regime has been particularly harsh in suppressing protests in Kurdish towns. However, people continue their resistance and come back to the streets every day to demand a change of regime.

New videos obtained from Chabahar show continued protests and violent clashes between the population and armed security forces. According to residents, the security forces opened fire directly on the demonstrators.

People are protesting against the murder of Mahsa Amini and the rape of a 15-year-old Baloch girl by the local commander of state security forces.

Demonstrations continued in several neighborhoods in Tehran despite tight security measures and reports that security forces had opened fire on protesters the night before. In Sadeghiyeh district, protesters block roads to impede the movement of security forces.

At Keshavarz Blvd, protesters held a rally and chanted, “This is the year [Khamenei] is knocked down! In Haft Howz Square, demonstrators chanted “Death to the dictator! In Ariashahr, the regime sent a large contingent of security forces to prevent protesters from gathering.

New videos show protest rallies held in more cities despite regime-enforced internet blackouts. In Gohardasht, Karaj, protesters marched through the streets chanting, “Death to the dictator! The mullahs must get lost! In Sanandaj, protesters lit fires in the streets and chanted anti-regime slogans. In Jam, Bushehr province, protesters staged a rally.

New videos from Tehran show security forces opening fire on protesters.

In Narmak, an elderly man was shot dead by security forces and had to be taken away by protesters for treatment.

In Ekbatan, security forces stood in the streets and fired at people’s homes. The demonstrators defied them and continued to chant anti-regime slogans.

Demonstrations raged across the country on Monday and footage continues to trickle in from protest rallies the night before. The areas that continue to send their images despite the regime’s internet blackouts are:

Tehran, with reports arriving from Sattarkhan, Sadeghiyeh, Tarbiat Modares University, Haft Howz Narmak Square, Fakuri, Zafaraniyeh, Shariati, Tehransar, Pirouzi, Gisha, Ekbatan and Jannatabad .

The cities of Qorveh, Tabriz (Roshdiyeh district), Marivan, Sanandaj, Kermanshah, Babolsar, Sari, Yazd, Divandarreh, Arak, Oshnavieh, Sardasht, Borazjan, Gohardasht in Alborz province, Bojnurd and others also sent their pictures.

Iran’s opposition National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) President-elect Maryam Rajavi has hailed the ongoing protests and the leading role of Iranian women in the uprising. Women are a force for change, she explained, adding that they “are the pioneers in overthrowing the mullahs’ misogynistic regime. They came to annihilate the mullahs’ regime during the demonstrations in Iran. They rose up to demand the freedom of all Iranians. They want to bring freedom and equality to Iran.

“Teachers and university professors joined their students, starting strikes in solidarity with Iran’s protests to overthrow the mullahs’ regime. Nationwide strikes from various sectors can and should help young people in their uprising for freedom,” Mrs. Rajavi stressed.

Underlining the heavy repression of the regime, the president-elect of the NCRI calls on the international community to take urgent measures to free those detained.

Continuing its daily reporting on Iran, Netblocks, the UK-based internet observatory that tracks network shutdowns and shutdowns across the globe, provided an update on Monday on the regime’s internet shutdowns. mullahs.

Chahin Gobadi
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In Tehran, many brave women have mobilized in different parts of Iran and led protests against the regime’s misogynistic rule.

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