Social sciences students from Tehran University have boycotted the university in solidarity with ongoing protests across the country.
“We will continue in hopes of a better future for the poor segments of the society,” their statement reads.
— Nikki Haley (@NikkiHaley) at shutdown hour 113, along with reports that some users have come online; real-time network data show national connectivity up slightly to 8%; unclear if restoration will be sustained ? introduced a near-total internet shutdown cutting off the country from the rest of the world ?
Digital rights are human rights: access must be restored to all Iranians
?’s rebellious youths, resistance units, &all the Mojahedin &freedom fighters are proud of having done so. reaching 146 cities across
Death toll: 251
Injuries: Over 3,700
Arrests: Over 7,000
PMOI/MEK has obtained & will publish the names of 85 protesters killed by the regime’s security forces. pic.twitter.com/GyyXQkATQ8
— Maryam Rajavi (@Maryam_Rajavi) November 20, 2019