Protests In Iran Intensify As People Rise Up Against The Regime

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Deaths mount as Mahsa Amini protests continue

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Protests across Iran continue to grow following the death of a 22-year-old Kurdsih woman Mahsa Amini after she was arrested by the Islamic republic’s morality police.

Public anger flared after Amini died in custody on 16 September, three days after her arrest for allegedly breaching Iran’s strict rules for women on wearing modest clothing and hijab headscarves.

According to an Iranian human rights organisation, Amini’s family were told during her arrest that she would be released after a “re-education session”.

But she died in custody.

Kurdish corners of Iran were the first to erupt in anger and now young men have started taking up arms to fight the regime troops as the revolution in Iran spreads to 164 cities in all 31 provinces, according to the opposition People’s Mojahedin.

Over 300 people have been killed by regime security forces, with over 15,000 arrested, they claim. Iran Human Rights a Norway-based group, said on Thursday that at least 83 people, including children, had been killed during the repression.

Gateway Pundit reports: A US citizen named Omar Mahmoudzadeh has been killed in Iraqi Kurdistan, as the Iranian Revolutionary Guards attacked Kurdish opposition groups with missiles and drones. Mahmoudzadeh lived in the US since 1990s, Iran International reported. At least 13 people were killed and 60 injured by Iranian attacks on Iraq, presumably to interdict Iraqi Kurdish support for the insurgents. US State Department deputy spokesperson Vedant Patel said he could not comment on Mahmoudzadeh’s death.

The Iranian regime has started arresting celebrities who support the protests, on charges of “inciting violence & riot”, including soccer player Hossein Mahini, former state TV presenter Mahmoud Shahriyari, Iranian songwriter Mona Borzouei  and singer Shervin Hajipour, whose song “Baraye” has been viewed over 35 million times on his Instagram page. Members of Iran’s soccer team wore black jackets to cover the Islamic Republic’s emblem on their jerseys at a friendship match against Senegal in Austria.

At least 20 journalists have been arrested as the government disrupted internet service.

In the 15th day of protests since the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in police custody Sept. 16, young men have started taking up arms and arming themselves with Molotov cocktails to fight the regime troops.

At least 185 agents from Iran’s Basij paramilitary forces, which is affiliated with the Revolutionary Guard, have been injured during clashes with protesters just in the capital Tehran.

Rep. Jim Banks and Virginia Foxx called for an inquiry into  Oberlin College’s religion studies professor Mohammad Jafar Mahallati due to his reported ties to the regime and his alleged role in cover-up of the 1988 mass executions of political prisoners, Fox News.

20 Comments

  1. Convenient. I guarantee there’s foreign involvement, funding, and support for this “uprising” from the usual offenders. Anything to destabilize an enemy of the globoschlomo alliance, especially at a critical moment like this.

  2. You know who s behind it all as a response to Iran joining up with Russia and China last week
    And of course since Obama made telling lies legal with his propaganda acts you can’t fact check. He effectively under the Moral authority for rule of law turned the American government into the great deceiver.

      • The CIA is everywhere. Even in Iran. There’s no doubt the CIA writes all news people see and even the school textbooks. The CIA is an ideology that works against the common person.

      • More likely her COVID jabs. People dropping dead suddenly all over the place, Iran got them too. I don’t doubt the CIA is deeply involved in the unrest but the media is also massively exaggerating it.

  3. God bless all the brave people who fight for their freedom. It is their God-given right, no matter what country they live in.

    • I can think of few situations in this world where the fight for freedom is not a fight against the USA or its proxies. You dirtbags have been wrecking the world now for decades. Glad to see your own lousy country is finally hitting the wall. Iranians have freedom, more than you in fact. They also have a broken nation which has suffered from US illegal sanctions for many years. You ba$tard$ are the world’s worst serial predator, thief and pirate. You’re the greatest force against freedom and self-determination of nations and you’re the most corrupt nation on earth.

  4. There is only ONE MORAL AUTHORITY-CHRIST as only he payed the price for our Sin`s with his HOLY BLOOD! and all who call upon his name are saved

  5. It just isn’t possible to believe any reporting coming from Western sources anymore, so I am treating this entire article as propaganda.

  6. Muslim women, persians,arabs are absurd in the west they fight tooth and nail for their right to wear the hijab. In a Muslim theocracy they riot to ditch it and use as dish cloth or whatever extreme irony if not amusing!

    I ve known a few like those from the ex authoritarian or third world nations they love all mods cons and then some kind of like zelensky and his Vogue wife.

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