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Iran: Suppressive forces threaten to open fire on protestors in Tehran

NCRI, Tehran, 18:30 – In the course of protests in Tehran on Wednesday:

Suppressive forces announced on megaphones that they will open fire on protestors if they do not disband. They are trying to create an atmosphere of fear to force people to leave the site.

However, people are continuing with their gathering and are resisting.
Members of the paramilitary Bassij are brutally attacking the people there.

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Iran: Security forces throw protestors off bridge in violent attack

NCRI, Tehran, 18:30 – In the course of protests in Tehran on Wednesday:


Suppressive forces are preventing people from crossing the road near the Hedayat Mosque on the Jomhouri-Zahiroleslam Junction near Baharestan Square in Tehran.
Suppressive forces repeatedly attacked the protestors at the site with the aim of killing them. In one alleyway, security agents threw a woman in the middle of the road and savagely beat her. Angry people and protestors loudly cursed the agents. They also chanted ‘Allah-o-Akbar’ in protest.
Some 500 agents of the Revolutionary Guards suddenly moved in from side roads and above a pedestrian bridge. They threw a number of people off the bridge.

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Iran: In Tehran, some mourn while some await release of loved ones

A man killed in anti-goverment demonstrationNCRI - A 17 year old boy, a victim of the Iranian regime’s crackdown during the nationwide uprising, was buried yesterday in Tehran. Ashkan Sohrabi was slain by suppressive forces in Khosh Street.

In addition to his loved ones, other people in Tehran took part in his funeral, proudly hailing his memory and chanting religious slogans alluding to his innocent death. A ceremony will also be held on Thursday at 15:30 local time in Tehran’s Ghasroldasht mosque.

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Iran: Protest erupts outside Iranian regime's parliament

NCRI - Protests have erupted near the Iranian regime's Majlis (Parliament) in Tehran.

Agents of the Revolutionary Guards and the suppressive State Security Force (SSF) have used tear gas to prevent the protestors from reaching the Majlis building.
The suppressive forces have also attacked protestors near the Tehran metro station.
People are protesting and clashing with the suppressive forces in Baharestan, Enghelab, Vanak and Tajrish squares. (report received at 14:45 GMT on Wednesday)

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Iran: Martial law instituted in Kermanshah; Back up forces brought in from border

An undeclared martial law has been instituted in Kermanshah (western Iran). People have been officially warned that a gathering of more than three people is banned across town starting at 16:00 local time, threatening any breach from the directive will be dealt with a crushing response. Moreover, the State Security Force and the Bassij have brought in their border guards (Iran-Iraq border) specifically to back up their forces stationed around the city and to confront popular protests.

People also take to their rooftops every night at around 22:00 and chant “God is Great.” The chants continue for an hour to an-hour-and-a-half and take place in various parts, including Nobahar, Ferdowsi, Javanshir and other areas.

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Iran: Regime martial law challenged with rooftop shouts of "God is Great"

People of Tehran shouted “God is Great” from their rooftops last night between 22:00 and 22:30 local time. An undeclared martial law has been instituted and many check points have been set up across the city.

Regime agents search cars and their trunks, demanding identification from passengers. In Shahrak-e Gharb, west of Tehran, people climbed to their rooftops and used loudspeakers to urge people to unite and defend the legacy of victims of the recent uprisings, and invited people to take to the streets.

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