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Students stage series of protests in Iran

NCRI – Students from various universities in Iran staged protests over the weekend against the policies of the Iranian regime in the universities.

Protest Gathering of Iranian University Students (Video clip + Photos)

On Saturday October 1, a group of students in Khajeh Nasir University in Tehran held a demonstration and staged a hunger strike in the university campus to protest against poor conditions of dormitories, taking unjust and outrageous fees, and low quality and rising prices of food.


This protest follows a previous call by the students of this university. The students continued their protests and chanted slogans such as “We do not pay extortion money” and proceeded with their hunger strike. 



Protest gathering by Amir Kabir University students in Tehran

The students of Amir Kabir University in Tehran staged a demonstration in the university’s conference hall on Saturday October 1 and expressed their protest during speeches while the university President was present. They strongly protested against the educational problems. 


 Protest gathering by students of Bou-Ali University in Hamedan

A group of university students in Bou Ali University in Hamedan, western Iran, staged a gathering inside the central building of the university on Saturday October 1 to protest against the performance of Golestan system which has not resolved any problems regarding the students’ desired Internet service.

It should be noted that none of the government agents in the Educational Assistance Department were responsive to the students.

Protest gathering of Tehran’s Oil Industry University Students

On Saturday October 1, a group of Tehran’s Oil Industry University students staged a protest gathering outside the Oil Ministry building in Tehran against the lack of attention by the regime’s authorities to the demands of the students for the employment quota in the Oil Ministry and called for the issue to be addressed and settled.