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UPDATE: 7:30 PM CEST
Protests Spread to Seven and Clashes Reported with the Police in Tehran and Kurdistan
This afternoon, the people and youth of Tehran came to the streets protesting the brutal suppression and crackdown by security forces and called for “Death to Khamenei!”
Protests were also reported in Kurdistan, Alborz, Khorasan Razavi, Gilan, Ilam, and Khuzestan provinces. See reports and footage below:
In Tehran, a large crowd is marching and chanting: “Artillery, tanks and firecrackers, the clerics must get lost!”
People in Tehran chant: “Shame on our brutish leader!”
Footage shows the brave youth of Tehran turning over the vehicle of the oppressive police.
A police van is torched in Tehran by protesters.
Footage shows the crowd attacking a police officer in Tehran.
The youth torched a motorcycle of the oppressive police forces in Tehran.
In Tehran, people and mostly brave women defiantly stood up against the anti-riot police and their suppressive measures to quell protests.
In Tehran, the police and plainclothes forces were dispatched to crush down protesters.
Tonight, people in Tehran chanted “Khamenei is a murderer and his rule is doomed!”
In the town of Dehgolan, Kurdistan province, the youth started to attack the anti-riot police who were dispatched to quell the protesters.
The people in Ahvaz, Khuzestan province, chant: “I will kill those who killed my sister”, “The clerics must get lost” and “Death to the dictator!”
In Karaj, Alborz province, the people chanted: “We are all Mahsa, so let’s fight!”
Reports from the city of Mashhad, Khorasan Razavi, indicate that the people have taken to the streets and protest the murder of Mahsa Amini and the inhuman practices of the brutal regime in Iran.
The people in the city of Ilam, Ilam province, joined the protest and chanted “I will kill those who killed my sister!”
Footage shows the people in the city of Rasht, Gilan province, also joined the nationwide protests and called for the death of the dictator.
UPDATE: 1:30 PM CEST
Universities in Tehran Rise Up on the Third Day of Protests Following Murder of Mahsa Amini
Today, September 19, students in Tehran rallied and protested the murder of Mahsa Amini by the brutal forces of the so-called morality police. According to the latest reports, the students of Amir Kabir University (Polytechnic), Allameh Tabatabai University, University of Arts, Tarbiat Modares University, and Beheshti University gathered on the campus to call out the entire ruling clergy for the atrocities.
Students of Beheshti University in Tehran marched and chanted: “Years-long of atrocities, down with this rule”, “We sacrificed 1500 people in November 2019” and “I will kill whoever killed my sister!”
Students of Amirkabir University in Tehran protested and chanted: “Students rather die but won’t tolerate disgrace!”
Students of Tarbiat Modares University in Tehran marched and chanted: “Freedom is our right and will be achieved by the power of our collective!”
Students of the Tehran University chanted: “I will kill whoever killed my sister!”
Students of the Tehran University chanted: “Shame on the brutish police!”
Students of Amirkabir (Polytechnic) University chanted: “Death to the dictator!”
Students of Amirkabir (Polytechnic) University chanted: “Death with the Basij!”
The savage forces of the paramilitary Basij attacked the protesting students of Amirkabir (Polytechnic) University
UPDATE: 10:30 AM CEST
Cities in Kurdistan Go On Stike, Protesting Murder of Mahsa Amini
On Monday, September 19, responding to a public call to protest the murder of Mahsa Amini by the Iranian regime, a state-wide strike has begun in the cities of Kurdistan. So far, several reports from local sources indicate strikes in the markets of Saqqez, Mahabad, Sanandaj, Oshnavieh, Bukan, Marivan, Baneh, Sardasht, Piranshahr, Urmia, and Javanrud.
According to local accounts, local authorities have threatened merchants to seal their businesses in case they join the strike. But the brave people and business owners in these cities defiantly chose to disregard the warnings.
Footage from Piranshahr, Kurdistan province, shows that shops and stores have closed down today.
Footage from Bukan, Kurdistan province, shows that shops and stores have closed down today.
Footage from Baneh, Kurdistan province, shows that shops and stores have closed down today.
Footage from Mariwan, Kurdistan province, shows that shops and stores have closed down today.
Footage from the Mahabad Bazaar, Kurdistan province, shows that shops and stores have closed down today.
Footage from Saqqez, Kurdistan province, shows that shops and stores have closed down today.
Footage from Oshnavieh, Kurdistan province, shows that shops and stores have closed down today.
UPDATE: 8:30 AM CEST
Iranians Conduct Worldwide Activism to Condemn the Murder of Mahsa Amini
Iranians and supporters of the Iranian resistance in Sweden and Australia organized rallies on September 18 to condemn the murder of Mahsa Amini, the latest victim of the Iranian regime and its president who is traveling to New York to lecture the international community on human rights and religious prosperity.
Iranians Across Europe & NY Condemn Mahsa Amini’s Killing by Mullahs’ Regime
Freedom-loving Iranians and supporters of the Iranian opposition People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) held rallies in numerous cities in Europe, New York, and Toronto on Saturday condemning the killing of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman who was beaten by the regime’s “morality police” and died of severe brain damage on Friday. The gatherings of MEK supporters also called on the U.S. administration to deny a visa for Iranian regime President Ebrahim Raisi for next week’s United Nations General Assembly.
Murder of Mahsa Amini Incites Protest at Tehran University
Students at Tehran University marched to protest the cold-hearted murder of Mahsa Amini by state agents of the so-called Guidance Patrol. Girl students widely participated in the frontline of the protest on the campus of Tehran University.
Tehran University student protest on Sunday, September 18, 2022, followed angry protests in Saqqez and Sanandaj the night before.
Outraged Over the Killing of Mahsa Amini, Iranians Chant “Death to Dictator” in Street Protests
The killing of 22-years-old Mahsa Amini by the Iranian regime’s morality police was not the first act of brutality by the regime, nor will it be the last.
Mahsa Amini, who had traveled to Tehran with her family from Saqqez, western Iran, was arrested at Haqqani metro station on the evening of September 22. She was with her brother when she was arrested. According to their relatives, security forces manhandled Kiaresh Amini, Mahsa’s brother, who tried to prevent her arrest. They told her brother that Mahsa would be released “after an hour of orientation class and after she signs a pledge.”
Supporters of the Iranian Resistance in Different Countries of the World Protested the Brutal Murder of Mahsa Amini by the Mullahs’ Regime
September 17, 2022: Freedom-loving Iranians and supporters of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) in different countries protested against the brutal murder of Mahsa Amini by the mullahs’ regime. These protest rallies were held in Oslo, Stockholm, Berlin, Cologne, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Paris, and Vienna.
Also, read Iran News in Brief – September 18, 2022