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Statements: Iran protests

IRAN: Portraits of Resistance’s Leadership Posted in Tehran, Other Cities

Iran: Portraits of Resistance’s Leadership Posted in Tehran, Other Cities
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From October 28 to October 30, 2019, despite the clerical regime’s suppressive measures, the Resistance units hung large portraits of Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), and Mr. Massoud Rajavi, the Leader of the Iranian Resistance, from overpasses on major expressways and posted them on walls in different parts of Tehran (including Azadegan, Al-Qadir, Niayesh, and Sabalan expressways) and in many Iranian cities, including Mashhad (northeast), Kashan (center), Tabriz (northwest), Khorram-Abad (west) and Shahr-e Ray (south Tehran). 

“Down with the reactionary [regime], down with dictatorship, hail to Rajavi,” “We can, and we must build a new Iran with Maryam Rajavi,” “Down with dictatorship, down with the reactionary [regime], long live freedom,” and “Neither the mullah, nor Cossack, [Prime Minister Mohammad] Mossadeq rests in peace” were written on those banners, which hung from bridges and overpasses. Cossack is a reference to Reza Khan, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi’s father, who was a commander of the Persian Cossack Brigade and launched the 1921 coup d’état, which imposed the dark and bloody 57-year Pahlavi reign on the Iranian people. 

In another development, on Tuesday, October 29, the anniversary of the birth of Cyrus the Great, young people tried to converge on his tomb in Pasargad, southwest Iran, despite extensive mobilization by the suppressive forces to block the people from reaching the location. The people used different routes to go around the many checkpoints set up by the regime’s forces. 

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran

November 1, 2019

 

Resistance Unit No. 954 - Tehran, Niayesh Expressway: The photo of Massoud Rajavi, the historical leader of MEK is hung from an overpass on one of Tehran's highways. The text underneath the photo reads: “Down with the reactionary [regime], hail to Rajavi.”

Resistance Unit No. 600 – Tehran, Al-Qadir Expressway: Large poster of Massoud Rajavi (leader of MEK) hung from the Al- Qadir Expressway overpass. The text underneath the photo reads: “Down with the reactionary [regime], hail to Rajavi.”

Resistance Unit No. 360 – Tehran, Azadegan Expressway: A large banner of the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), Maryam Rajavi, hung from an over pass in Azadegan Expressway. The text underneath the photo reads: “We can, and we must build a new Iran with Maryam Rajavi.”

Resistance Unit No. 246 – Tehran, Sabalan, Azadi Avenue: Banner of Maryam Rajavi, NCRI's President-elect. The text reads: “Down with the reactionary [regime], long live freedom.”

Resistance Unit No. 312 – Massoud Rajavi, leader of Mojahedin-e Khalq, posted on a public place in Mashhad (North-East Iran). The text reads: “Down with the reactionary [regime], long live freedom, hail to Rajavi.”

Resistance Unit No. 198 – A poster of Massoud Rajavi, the historical leader of MEK, placed in a public place in Kashan (central Iran). The text reads: “Hail to Rajavi, long live freedom”

Resistance Unit No. 332 –A poster of SatarKhan and Massoud Rajavi, hung from Kavaran Bridge in Tabriz (northwest). The text reads: “Down with Dictatorship, the reactionary [regime], long live freedom.”

Resistance Unit No. 131 – Posters of Massoud Rajavi and Mohammad Mossadegh, placed at the side of a road in Khorram Abad (western Iran). The text reads: “Down with the reactionary [regime], down with dictatorship, hail to Rajavi, long live freedom,” “No mullah, No Cossack (a reference to Reza Khan), Mossadeq, rest in peace.”

Resistance Unit No. 990 – Massoud Rajavi, MEK's leader's poster hung from a Passover in Shahr-e Ray (south of Tehran). The text reads: “Down with the reactionary [regime], hail to Rajavi.”

 

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