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Day 43 of Iran Protests: Martyrs of the Nationwide Uprising Honored in Memorials Despite Unprecedented Security Measures

Day 43 of Iran Protests: Martyrs of the Nationwide Uprising Honored in Memorials Despite Unprecedented Security Measures

THE CONTENT OF THIS PAGE WILL BE UPDATED WITH THE LATEST NEWS OF THE IRAN PROTESTS.  

Friday, December 27 marks the 43rd day since the Iran protests began. According to the main Iranian opposition group, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI), also known as the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK), over 1500 protesters were killed last month by the regime’s security forces. The MEK reports that the memorials were held for the martyrs of the nationwide uprising despite unprecedented security measures. In some cities, such as Karaj and Shiraz, the regime deployed helicopter surveillance. In Urmia, snipers took positions on rooftops.

Iranian opposition leader Mrs. Maryam Rajavi has called on the United Nations to urgently send an international fact-finding mission to the prisons to meet with the detainees. The MEK has so far identified 601 of the martyrs by name.

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE UPRISING:

Number of uprising cities: 191

Number of martyrs: At least 1500

Number of injured: More than 4,000

Number of detainees: More than 12,000

 

DECEMBER 27, 2019:

Iran Protests Update: Ceremonies honoring November uprising martyrs.

December 26: Iranians in Paris held a ceremony in honor of the November uprising martyrs in the French capital’s iconic Square du Trocadéro.

The participants were heard chanting:

“The only path to liberty is through rebellion and uprising for freedom.”

“We will fight and retake Iran.”

“Death to Khamenei,” referring to the regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.

“Hail to Rajavi,” referring to Iranian Resistance leader Massoud Rajavi and NCRI President Maryam Rajavi.

Iran news in brief, December 27, 2019

Iran Protests’ Martyrs Honored on 40th Day Memorial Despite Unprecedented Security Measures.

31 Children Among 1,500 Killed During Iran Protests.

Iran: Messages and Pictures of Resistance’s Leaders in Tehran, Other Cities.

Update on Iran Protests:

Remembering the Iran protests martyrs at Christmas celebration in England, the Netherlands , Germany.

Mahnaz Mehdizadeh Slain in the Iran uprising November 2019

Mahnaz Mehdizadeh was from Karaj, in Alborz Province. She was shot dead by the special units of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) during the Iran uprising in November 2019. After her body was delivered to her family, they were warned that they must not spread the news or give interviews to the media outlets. Officials of the clerical regime have confessed that from at least 1,500 martyrs killed during the Iran uprising, some 400 were women.

100 Lawmakers Urge EU’s Chief Diplomat to Press for Halt to Crackdown on Iran Protests

Some 100 Members of the European Parliament have called on the European Union’s new foreign affairs chief Josep Borrell Fontelles to urgently press for an end to the Iranian regime’s brutal crackdown on protesters and the immediate release of detained protesters.

 

Iran’s regime furious over international recognition of MEK’s 1,500 protests death report.

December 26, 2019—A website affiliated to Ahmad Tavakoli, a member of the Iranian regime’s Expediency Council, expressed the mullahs’ utter outrage over the continuous mentioning of over 1,500 civilians being killed in international media. This website specifically indicates that these numbers provided by the Iranian opposition People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) are stated in a Reuters report.

NCRI Statement:

IRAN UPRISING – NO. 65

Iran Protests: Martyrs of the Nationwide Uprising Honored on 40th Day Memorial Despite Unprecedented Security Measures.

Terrified of the eruption of another nationwide uprising on the 40th day memorial of the martyrs of the November uprising, the clerical regime not only cut off the Internet but also mobilized all of its suppressive forces, including the IRGC, the State Security Force, the Bassij, plainclothes and intelligence ministry agents, as well as the mounted and dismounted anti-riot units in many parts of Tehran and other cities in a frantic effort to prevent the ceremonies honoring the martyrs.

In some cities such as Karaj and Shiraz, the regime deployed helicopter surveillance. Elsewhere, like Orumiyeh, snipers took positions on rooftops.

Read more: Day 42 of the Iran Protests for Regime Change

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