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Iran Protests: Fifteenth Day of the Uprising for Regime Change

Iran Protests: Fifteenth Day of the Uprising for Regime Change

The content of this page will be updated with the latest news of the  &all Western nations must condemn the violence &savagery of the regime. The West must make it known that we stand shoulder to shoulder with the in demanding .”

— NCRI-FAC (@iran_policy) in November which seek . uprising face torture, forced confessions and executions. In these circumstances, the dispatch of international fact-finding missions to visit Iranian prisons is even more imperative.

-Eyewitness reports indicate youths in Shahriar (west of Tehran) clashed with security forces on Thursday, November 28
-Gunfire heard in Tehran’s Sadeghiyeh district on Thursday night

— People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) (@Mojahedineng) Activists | to extract confessions and forcing those detained to take part in television interviews are routine practices under the() mullahs’ rule. These practices are egregious and must be condemned by the international community. pic.twitter.com/8AeGvNbDLx

— NCRI-FAC (@iran_policy) November 28, 2019

Tehran’s new plan to clamp down on internet access in Iran

The Iranian regime’s communications ministry has told all subsets of the executive branch to create an Excel spreadsheet of “all foreign websites and online services” they need and send it to the National Information Network (NIN) administration. NIN is a state-run intranet that will have very limited interface with global online services that are beyond the Iranian regime’s control.

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