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Despite Iran Regime’s Efforts People Continue Protesting – Day 113 of Revolution

Locals in Zahedan, the capital of Sistan & Baluchestan Province, took to the streets on Friday chanting slogans against the mullahs.
Locals in Zahedan, the capital of Sistan & Baluchestan Province, took to the streets on Friday chanting slogans against the mullahs.

After more than one hundred days of nationwide protests in Iran, we are witnessing a social convergence. Now the people are following one goal and the country’s socio-political state will not return to the situation before the start of the uprising.

A significant change that has become the worst nightmare for the regime is the considerable presence of women. They have led the protests. Despite being arrested, torched, and facing many forms of inhuman behaviors they did not leave the streets and are continuing to challenge the regime. For the regime, this is a heavy cultural blow while establishing the pillars of its reign on misogynism.

In these protests, the people’s main target has become the regime’s supreme leader. Now he faces isolation never seen before. This is apparent in the behavior and postures of many of the clerics. They have started to oppose his policies. Even inside the Revolutionary Guards the regime is facing increasing opposition.

These protests have made it clear that the people oppose any totalitarianism. And the people are not satisfied with any reform. The people felt that their resistance will raise international support and that the international community will recognize their struggle against the regime.

This uprising has created a new culture that is palpable in the slogans, hymns, and poems of the people. In this uprising, the final solution to topple the regime has been tested and galvanized. And the people have decided to respond to the regime’s repression and brutality with fire.

The nationwide uprising of the people fed up with the regime continues in various ways, including protests, writing slogans, and burning symbols and placards. The people insist on the continuation of the uprising until the regime’s demise.

January 6 marked the 113th day of anti-regime protests in Iran. The demonstrations began following the heinous murder of Mahsa Amini, 22, in police custody. However, it immediately turned into a revolution against the entire theocratic regime.

According to the Iranian opposition Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK/PMOI), the protests have extended to 280 cities. The regime has killed over 750 citizens, injured tens of thousands, and detained more than 30,000. The MEK has published the names of 614 killed protesters.

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Protesters in Tehran expressed their anger and hatred towards the ruling regime by chanting “Death to the dictator.”
In many cities, the people and rebellious youths continued to burn the banners and placards of Qasem Soleimani the former chief of the regime’s Quds Force.

The students at Ardabil University also showed their support for the national uprising by writing slogans against the regime. In their slogans, they rejected any form of autocracy.

Today the brave people of Sistan & Baluchestan took once again to the streets to challenge the regime’s repression. They have expressed their solidarity with the entire nation.

They chanted:

“Death to the oppressor! Be it the Shah or [Khamenei]!”
“I will kill those who killed my brother!”
“Death to Khamenei! Damned, be Khomeini!”

“No to the crown [Shah]-No to the turban [mullahs]! The mullahs’ time is up!”
“Our silence is slavery! Resistance is life!”
“No to monarchy! No to [the mullahs’ rule]! Democracy and equality!”

In her tweet, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi the president-elect of the National Council Resistance of Iran (NCRI) praised the brave people of Sistan & Baluchestan and wrote: “Despite IRGC brutal attack, widespread arrests, our Baluch compatriots came to the streets of Zahedan today, showing their desire for the regime’s overthrow, democracy & people’s sovereignty by chants of “no to monarchy, no to the mullahs’ supreme leader.” Source

Key Developments:

  • Clara Anne Bünger, German MP in her tweet expressed her concern about the regime’s brutality and expressed her anger about her government’s appeasement and wrote: “The Iranian regime is responding to the Iran revolution with extreme brutality. So far, however, the German authorities have drawn almost no conclusions from this. This is shown by the answers of the Federal Government to my request.” Source
  • Melissa Lantsman, Canadian MP and deputy leader of the Conservative Party called for the designation of the IRGC as a terrorist organization and wrote: “More than 100 days of sustained violence in Iran, 43 years of brutality. 3 years since flight PS752 was shot down, 55 Canadians were murdered. List the IRGC terrorists. May the case of PS752 be presented and tried in a fair and impartial court of a free Iran. Source
  • Speedify to help the Iranian people to stay connected to the international community offered a 5 GB free package and in its tweet wrote: “With Speedify’s 5GB free data thousands of people in Iran have regained their rightful connectivity!” Source
  • FDP Secretary General Bijan Djir Sarai hopes with the protesters in Iran that the brutal regime will soon give way to freedom. At the Stuttgart Opera, he wishes for the new year that the mullahs soon go to the ‘garbage heap of history.’ Source
  • The SPD parliamentary group in the Rhineland-Palatinate state parliament wrote: “Our parliamentary group leader has taken on a political sponsorship for the 18-year-old Shoaib Mirbaluchzehi Rigi, who was sentenced to death in Iran, in order to draw attention to fate. Currently, she is calling on Iran’s ambassador to work for his release. Source