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Statements: Iran protests

Angry youths demonstrate and clash in various parts of Tehran

Anti-regime protest in Tehran, November 4, 2009Nov. 4 nationwide uprising – Statement 7

Young people set fire to motor cycle of suppressive agents in Zartosht Street

NCRI - Tehran residents’ demonstrations still going on in Mofateh, Haft-e Tir, Karim Khan Zand, Motahari, Vali Asr and Ferdowsi streets and Keshavarz Boulevard and Enqelab and Toupkhaneh squares.

Protesters in Tehran today chanted “Death to Khamenei,” “Khamenei is a killer, his rule is illegitimate,” “Death to dictator, death to Ahmadinejad” and “Peace for the world, democracy for Iran.”

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Iranian regime turns off cell phone network in Tehran University

Anti-regime protest in Tehran, Nov 4, 2009Nov. 4 nationwide uprising – Statement 6

NCRI - Thousands of Tehran University students chanted “Death to dictator,” on Wednesday.  The sounds of their protest could be heard outside the campus and in Enqelab Square.

Anti-riot and Herassat (universities security) forces are stationed in Quds and 16th of Azar streets to control the protests by students. The cell phone network in the area is turned off.

 

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Iran: Demonstrations and clashes in Shiraz, Esfahan and Mashhad

A video grab of protest by Tehran resident on November 4, 2009Nov. 4 nationwide uprising – Statement 5

In Shiraz 25 arrested and 100 wounded

NCRI - Simultaneous with Tehran demonstrations, people have been protesting against mullahs’ regime in various cities since this morning.

In Shirz, thousands demonstrated in Shahcheraq Street chanting “Death to dictator.” A large crowd gathered in Namazi and Alam square, and Setad Roundabout and chanted anti-regime slogans.

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Iran: Two shot and injured by regime forces in Tehran street

June 13, 2009 protest in TehranNov. 4 nationwide uprising – Statement 4

NCRI - The suppressive forces opened fire on demonstrators in Tehran’s Beheshti Street, injuring at least two, according to eye witnesses.

In Haft-e Tir Square suppressive forces attacked people and fired tear gas. At least 35 demonstrators have been arrested and taken to Al-Javad Mosque. Clashes in Haft-e Tir Square and streets around it continued lunch time Tehran.

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Iran: People injured in clashes with mullahs' police in Tehran

Photo: A young protestor moments before he was arrested and brutally murdered by the Iranian regime’s agents. Plainclothes agents wrestled him to the ground and slit his throat with a knife. Tehran, June 21, 2009Nov. 4 nationwide uprising – Statement 3

NCRI - Anti-riot forces clash with people in streets of Tehran leading to Haft-e Tir square and Karim Khan Zand street to prevent them from joining the anti-regime demonstrations. During the brutal attack people were chanting ”Death to dictator.”  A number of protesters were injured in clashes. Sounds of gunshots were heard from Haft-e Tir square.

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Iran: Tehran University students break university gate and join people's demonstration

Student Day protest in 2008Nov. 4 nationwide uprising – Statement 2

NCRI - Students in Tehran and Sharif universities brought down their universities’ gates and joined people’s demonstration in the capital. The universities were surrounded by security forces and gates were shut in order to prevent students to get out on streets to join today’s planned anti-regime demonstration. Students chanted “Death to dictator” and “We will fight, we will die but will take Iran back.”

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Iran: Thousands participate in anti-regime demonstrations

 Nov. 4 nationwide uprising – Statement 1

NCRI- Since this morning, thousands of Tehran residents have gathered in Heft-e Tir Square and Taleqani Street and are moving ahead to join the demonstration. The regime has closed metro stations on the path of demonstration and in central Tehran to disrupt people’s demonstration and disperse them. Some of metro stations shut down are Beheshti, Darvazeh Dowlat and Haft-e Tir.

 

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