Statements: Iran protests
Iran Uprising - No. 203
On Sunday, August 5, on the 112th anniversary of the Constitutional Revolution, despite the undeclared martial law and the heavy presence of repressive forces who had surrounded the 1st Circle of Gohardasht of Karaj, the brave youth demonstrated below the “Shohada” bridge around midnight, and by chanting “Death to the Dictator”, caught the regime by surprise.
Iran Uprising –No. 200
On Friday, August 3, various cities in Iran, including Tehran, Karaj, Eshtehard, Isfahan, Ghahdariijan, Andimeshk, Mashhad, Shiraz, Hamedan, Kermanshah, etc. were host to the demonstration and expression of anger and disgust of the mullahs’ regime. The protests, which began at dusk, continued in many cities until midnight, and turned into conflicts with mercenaries and repressive forces.
Iran Uprising - No. 199
Thousands of risen people of Karaj, especially young men and women, demonstrated in the first square of Gohardasht on Friday evening, August 3, with the slogans of death to the dictator; death to Khamenei; our shame is our leader; dignified Iranians, support, support; Iranian dies but does not accept humility; what happened to our money? It is spent on Bassijis (IRGC militias); tank, cannon, firecracker, the mullah must get lost; we will fight, we will die, we will take Iran back! These protests continued until past midnight.
Iran Uprising- No. 197
Demonstration and clashes with IRGC forces in Tehran with the slogans: "Death to Khamenei, Death to the Dictator"
On Thursday, August 2, on the second day of the uprising, protests spread to various cities of Iran. Demonstration of angry people that had begun on Thursday morning in Isfahan, Shiraz, Mashhad, Shahin Shahr, Najaf Abad, spread to Ahvaz, Arak, Karaj, Tehran and many other cities hours later.