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Iran: Protests Spread to Tehran, Ahvaz, Arak, Karaj and Other Cities

Iran: Protests Spread to Tehran, Ahvaz, Arak, Karaj and Other Cities

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.

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Uprising in Isfahan, Shiraz, Mashhad, Shahin Shahr and Najaf Abad

Uprising in Isfahan, Shiraz, Mashhad, Shahin Shahr and Najaf Abad

Iran Uprising- No. 195

Since this morning, Thursday, August 2, angry protesters in various cities across the country, including Isfahan, Mashhad, Shiraz, Najaf Abad and Shahin Shahr, demonstrated against the tyranny of the mullahs’ regime, chanting slogans such as: Death to the Dictator. It was at a time when the repressive forces were on full alert from the first hours of the morning to prevent the formation of these protests, but they failed. The Internet connections have slowed down in many parts of the country.

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Maryam Rajavi Saluted the People of Karaj, Especially the Girls, and Called for Public Solidarity With Them

Maryam Rajavi Saluted the People of Karaj, Especially the Girls, and Called for Public Solidarity With Them

Iran uprising -No. 194

Courageous people and youths, especially young girls, demonstrated on Wednesday evening, August 1, for the second straight day. Police and suppressive intelligence forces, riot guards, IRGC, Bassij and criminal plainclothes mercenaries were deployed to prevent uprising of the fed-up people. However, the fearless youths rallied from the first square of Gohardasht toward Motahari Street. The crowd, which was growing every moment, chanted: “Cannon, tank, firecracker, the mullahs must get lost”; “Death to the Dictator”; “Our enemy is right here; they are lying that it is America!”; "Let go of Syria, think about us"; “Khamenei lives like gods, while the people live in poverty”.

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The Second Day of the Uprising in Isfahan, With Chants of Death to the Dictator, Khamenei, Shame on You! Leave the Country!

The Second Day of the Uprising in Isfahan, With Chants of Death to the Dictator, Khamenei, Shame on You! Leave the Country!

Iran Uprising - No. 193

Maryam Rajavi: Confrontation of the youth with the repressive forces, heralds the freedom of the country from the clutches of the mullahs

People in the New Shapour district of Isfahan continued the uprising against the clerical regime for the second day in a row with the chants of Shame on you Khamenei, leave the country alone; death to the dictator; do not be afraid, we are all together; our enemy is here, they falsely say it is America.

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IRAN: Protesters in Karaj Chant: High Prices! Inflation! We Can Not Tolerate; Death to the Dictator

IRAN: Protesters in Karaj Chant: High Prices! Inflation! We Can Not Tolerate; Death to the Dictator

Iran Uprising - No. 192

The frustrated people of Karaj protested from the afternoon of July 31 in Gohardasht First Square, with the slogans of: “High prices! Inflation! disaster of people; High prices! Inflation! we can not tolerate, death to the dictator; the nation is begging, Ayatollah (Khamenei) is the Lord; Tanks, Cannons, Firecrackers, the mullah must go! Do not be afraid, we are all together; Today is the day of mourning, the money of the Iranian nation is under the garb of the mullah today; rising today; our enemy is the mullah but they falsely blame the United States; Security forces, Support! Support! This courageous uprising continued until the middle of the night.

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