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#Ahvaz protests and clashing 8 January #Iran #IranProtests
Call for immediate action by international assemblies to release all detainees
According to a classified report obtained from inside the regime, 35% of those arrested during the uprising of the Iranian people are students. Earlier, IRGC brigadier Hossein Zolfaghari, security deputy Minister of Interior, announced that more than 90% of the detainees are juveniles and teenagers with an average age of under 25 (state media – January 1st).
An Iranian regime’s political analyst acknowledges that Iranian protesters are disappointed in the country’s so-called moderates and disgusted by regime’s president Hassan Rouhani.
In response to Ali Shamkhani, secretary of regime’s Supreme National Security Council, claiming that the country’s ongoing protests are ignited by foreigners, regime’s political expert Sadegh Zibakalam has written a letter, writing “I was surprised by your comments, attributing protests to Saudis. I was not aware that Saudi Arabia is so powerful that it can take thousands of Iranian youth in the country’s small and big cities to the streets. I was however more sorry than surprised by your comments.”
Jan. 6, 2018: Paris Iranians Rally support Protests in Their Country, Call for Regime Change
People chanting Death to dictator
#Tehran Kargar street 7 January #Iran #IranProtests
#Kurdistan: burned up a Khamenei billboard by a brave Kurdish young man. 7 January #Iran #Kamyaran #IranProtests
#Canada #Vancouver: Supporters of the #Iran‘ian resistance stand in solidarity with #IranProtests.
#Sina_Ghanbari who was arrested during #IranProtests murdered by the regime that has a long history of murder and mass killing of its political prisoners #Iran 8 Jan
One of the achievements of the
#uprising in #Iran: reformist, hardliners. The story is over #IranProtests
Song: Hear me… in support of Iranian
#Uprising by Marc Ellis #Iran #IranProtests