Iran Regime's Fear of Popular Protest Against Broadcast Signal Noise in Shiraz
NCRI - State-run media and members of Iranian regime parliament in Fars province are frightened and confused of the escalating popular protest against jamming signals by the regime’s revolutionary guards (IRGC). A member of the regime’s parliament from Shiraz warned: “People of shiraz have staged several protest gathering for almost a month. The issue has endangered people’s life and they are facing problems and this is not rumor and an answer must be given to this problem.
A state-run media wrote: “Citizens of Shiraz believe severe headache and disruption in communication have created disorder and problems in their daily life and they consider jamming as the root cause. Citizens also staged gathering in front of Shiraz governorate and asked the officials to provide answer in this regard but the governor of Fars province called rumor the existence of jamming.
On Tuesday, January 17, a group of people of Shiraz gathered in front of the regime’s governorate and protested spread of jamming signals and clashed with the police who tried to disperse them.
It should be noted that also on Monday, January 9, a group of people of Shiraz had gathered in front of the regime’s governorate to protest jamming.
The protestor chanted slogans and demanded the jamming signals be stopped in Shiraz.
Some of the regime’s media, based on the studies of the faculty of Physics of the University of Tehran, believe the amount of jamming in Shiraz is four times higher than in Tehran.