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Iran News in Brief – September 21, 2022

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UPDATE: 9:00 PM CEST

The Uprising Expands Across Iran

Today, September 21, more cities and towns joined the uprising and their streets became the frontline between the rebellious youth and brutal security forces who try to preserve the regime’s existence at all costs.

Today, protests have been reported in the cities and towns of Tehran, Mashhad, Kermanshah, Ahvaz, Isfahan, Gonbad-e-Kavus, Pakdasht, Birjand, Shirvan, Qeshm, Garmsar, Tabriz, Paveh, Oshnavieh, Shahroud, Nezam Abad (Tehran), Tonekabon, Dejap, Quchan, Anzali, Sanandaj, Ghaemshahr, Zahedan, Ardebil, Hamedan, Abhar, Nowshahr, Shahsawar, Saveh, Mahabad, Eslamabad-e-Gharb, Babol, Amol, Naziabad (Tehran), Urmia, Varamin (Tehran), Kashan, Bojnurd, Shushtar, Khorramabad, Sarableh, Langarud, Dehloran, Zarinshahr, Sirjan, Shiraz, Kerman, Parand, Dezful, Bukan, Rezvanshahr (Gilan), Talesh, Lahijan, Gonabad, Semnan, Marand, Bandar Abbas, Mand, Shahr-e-Ray, Karaj, Qom, Nobahar (Kermanshah), Rasht, Quchan, Marwdasht and some towns and cities in Mazandaran province.

Footage posted or sent from inside Iran pictures a daring movement across the entire country. The youth is attacking and destroying whatever the regime deems sacred and protected.

On the other hand, state security forces are fiercely clamping down on protesters and there are reports of several deaths and dozens of injured citizens across the country.

The regime has also shut down the internet in many parts of the country. Many Iranians abroad who are trying to contact their relatives inside the country are reporting serious internet outages or slow connectivity. The latter could be considered a sign of the regime’s intention for a full-fledged crackdown.

During the November 2019 uprisings, the Iranian regime shut down the internet and slaughtered more than 1500 people throughout the country.


UPDATE: 1:00 PM CEST

Iranians Rally in Geneva, Switzerland

Iranians and supporters of the Iranian Resistance in Switzerland held a gathering in Geneva on Tuesday, September 20, honoring the death of Mahsa Amini by the Iranian regime’s repressive forces. They also staged an exhibition to showcase the crimes committed by Iranian senior state officials during the 1988 massacre and throughout 43 years of their tyranny.

آکسیون ایرانیان آزاده در سوئیس در گرامی‌داشت مهسا امینی با شعار سنگفرش هرخیابان پرشد زخون یاران

آکسیون ایرانیان آزاده در سوئیس در گرامی‌داشت مهسا امینی - ۲۹شهریور


UPDATE: 12:00 PM CEST

Wednesday in Iran, Uprising Goes On

Today, September 21, is the sixth day of the nationwide uprising against the brutal suppression of Iranians, particularly women, that was inflamed following the murder of a 22-years-young Kurdish girl, Mahsa Amini. In the last few days, people rose up in more than 35 cities and 25 provinces across the country, protesting more than four decades of oppression, corruption, and discrimination of any kind.

Today, the students of Al-Zahra University of Tehran, among the most privileged schools of state-funded academia, started a demonstration protesting the murder of Mehsa Amini.

The youth in Tehran took over the Hafez Bridge, burned down the posters showcasing state propaganda, and invited everyone to join the protests.

تهران - جوانان قیام آفرین پل حافظ را تسخیر کرده و از  همه برای حضور دعوت می‌کنند - ۳۰شهریور

The rebellious youth continued to punish the plainclothes agents and other repressive forces of the regime in different cities across Iran.

ارومیه مامور اطلاعاتی رژیم که توسط مردم به سزای اعمالش میرسد ۳۰ شهریور

ارومیه مردم دلیر این شهر مأمور سرکوبگر رژیم را گوشمالی دادند ۳۰شهریور

Security forces are increasingly cracking down on protesters. Footage and reports from inside Iran indicate the typical brutality that occurs whenever the regime anticipates its existence threatened.


UPDATE: 9:00 AM CEST

Iran: Protests and Strikes Continue Over the Killing of Mahsa Amini

Strikes and protests that began after the death of Mahsa Amini continued on Tuesday, September 20. Initial reports show closed shops in Bukan and Baneh, Kurdistan province, as people have gone on strike.

In Tehran, the students at Iran University of Science and Technology and Beheshti University also resumed their protests on Tuesday.

In Yazd province, the students of Yazd University also joined the protests against the killing of Mahsa Amini. The students were chanting, “Students will die but won’t give in to disgrace.”

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Anti-regime Uprising Expands on the Fifth Day of Iran Protests

On the fifth day of Iran protests after the unjustified murder of Mahsa Amini, new cities and universities joined the anti-regime protests. In western Iran, the cities of Kurdistan have seen the deaths of more young people, including women, as the mullahs’ repressive forces ruthlessly opened fire on the protesters.

The unjustified murder of Mahsa Amini has sparked a chain of angry protests all across Iran. People are rising up for freedom and regime change and venting their anger and frustration at the mullahs.

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Iranian Resistance Supporters Demonstration and the Photo Exhibition on the 1988 Massacre Were Held in New York

MEK Supporters Demonstration & the Photo Exhibition on the 1988 Massacre Were Held in New York

September 19, 2022: Demonstrations and the photo exhibition on the 1988 massacre, were held in New York by the Organization of Iranian American Communities (OIAC), supporters of the Iranian Resistance (NCRI and MEK).

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Iranian Resistance Supporters to the Brussels Court: Don’t Allow Releasing of the Diplomat – Terrorist of the Iranian Regime

Iranian Resistance Supporters to the Brussels Court: Don’t Allow Releasing of the Diplomat-Terrorist

September 19, 2022 – Brussels: At the same time as the session of the Belgian Court to hear the NCRI’s legal team, as well as the Belgian government’s arguments on the shameful deal between Belgium and the mullahs’ regime as “a prisoner swap treaty”, a large gathering was held in front of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belgium.

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Also, read Iran News in Brief – September 20, 2022