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Iran News in Brief – October 1, 2022

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UPDATE: 5:00 PM CEST

Uprising in Iran on Saturday

Today, in various Iranian metropolises, the students protested and marched from the campus toward the street and shouted slogans against tyranny, and called on the state to release political prisoners.

Meanwhile, people in many Iranian cities started to protest and chanted slogans against the entire regime.

Desperate to control the crowds, security forces attempted to disperse protesters and used all means available to preserve the unrescuable.

Nevertheless, clashes were reported in many cities across the country. As fear is losing grip on society, the regime’s intimidation tactics are failing and the youth are showing daring efforts by the day.

 


UPDATE: 8:30 AM CEST

Maryam Rajavi’s Speech in Tribute to the Iranian People’s Nationwide Uprising

Our gathering today is to pay tribute to the bravery of Iranian protesters, women and youths, and pay homage to the martyrs of the Iranian people’s nationwide uprising.

In the beginning, we honor the memory of the heroic martyrs of the September 27, 1981 uprising, whose memories we will remember forever. We hail the rebellious cities in the Iranian people’s nationwide uprising, from north to south, and from east to west. From Azerbaijan and Kurdistan to Qeshm Island, Behbahan, Zahedan, Mashhad, Bojnourd, Ardabil, Tabriz, Chabahar, and to the Greater Tehran.

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Ashraf 3, Albania, MEK members pay tribute to the bravery of Iranian protesters, women, and youths and pay homage to the martyrs of the Iranian people’s nationwide uprising.

Ashraf 3, Albania, MEK members pay tribute to the bravery of Iranian protesters, women, and youths and pay homage to the martyrs of the Iranian people’s nationwide uprising.


Live Report: Iran’s Regime Kills at Least 300 as Nationwide Anti-regime Protests Continue

Iran’s nationwide protests continued Friday, September 30, for the 15th consecutive day despite heavy repression and security measures by Iran’s regime. According to information collected by the network of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), more than 164 cities across all 31 provinces have reported anti-regime protests in this month of September, and the regime’s security forces have to this day killed at least 300 protesters and arrested more than 15,000 throughout the country. However, protests continue to rage across the country.

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Also, read Iran News in Brief – September 30, 2022