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Mullahs’ police and judiciary threaten people in fear of November 4 upheaval

 Nationwide uprising – Statement 195

NCRI – Iranian regime’s “Public Prosecutors’ Office,” in a statement called on the State Security Forces (mullahs’ suppressive police) to “identify and report those who disrupt the public peace,” state-run Fars news agency reported on Tuesday, which is affiliated to the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC). The judiciary told its agents to exercise “more vigilance” and “watch for diversionary slogans."

Meanwhile, Revolutionary Guard Brig. Gen. Alireza Alipour, head of the suppressive “Public Security Police” warned people and said: “Any gathering outside the planned November 4 event will be dealt with and public order offenders and those using slogans other than the ones specified for the event will also be dealt with harshly.”

“The police, with all its capacity and power, will have active presence in the event and any gathering outside the set routes will be dealt by security measures.”

The regime’s leaders and officials have been constantly issuing threatening messages over the recent days in an effort to intensify the atmosphere of fear and terror and prevent people from joining the uprising on November 4.

During the past month, groups of people and youths have been calling for a major demonstration on November 4 in order to turn the clerical regime’s propaganda show on the day into an anti-regime event.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
November 3, 2009