Mid-day today, the angry youth and people of Tehran demonstrated in Jomhouri Avenue and other parts of central Tehran, chanting, "Death to the dictator,” and “Khamenei, shame on you, leave our nation alone."
On the evening of Monday, July 19, the people of Khuzestan’s uprising against the clerical regime continued despite the regime's severe repressive measures and deployment of reinforcements for the fifth consecutive night running.
The widespread protests and uprisings in different cities of Khuzestan Province (southwest Iran) that started on Thursday night due to water shortage, also continued on Friday night. The protesters and the defiant youth in...
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Maryam Rajavi : The severe shortage of electricity persists while the country's wealth is being plundered by the regime's leaders or spent on repression and warmongering and on unpatriotic nuclear and missile projects.
Tehran and 91 cities in 20 provinces are red, and 183 cities are orange
Maryam Rajavi called on all workers and youth to support the strikers. She said: Repression and expulsions will intensify workers' anger and strengthen public’s resolve to overthrow regime and establish freedom and justice.
Maryam Rajavi called on all workers and youth to support the strikers. She said: The continuation of protests and strikes by different groups shows the Iranian people’s resolve to overthrow the clerical regime.