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Iran: “Death to Khamenei,” Citizens Mark Slain Protesters – Day 102

On day 102 of Iran's ongoing revolution, citizens turned mourning ceremonies into revolutionary momentums in various areas.
On day 102 of Iran's ongoing revolution, citizens turned mourning ceremonies into revolutionary momentums in various areas.

On Monday, December 26, 2022, citizens continued anti-regime protests and rallies despite the mullahs’ heinous atrocities. Families and relatives of slain citizens, including 10-year-old Kian Pirfalak, Aram Habibi, Peyman Menbari, Danial Pabandi, and Hamed Molaei, turned mourning memorials into revolutionary momentums.

“On the 40th day after security forces killed Kian Pirfalak, the courageous youths and people of Izeh condemned the main culprit behind the coldblooded murder of this innocent child and hundreds of other children and youths in Iran with chants of ‘death to Khamenei,’” said Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran.

December 26 marked the 102nd 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 601 killed protesters.

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Key Developments:

  • Freedom-loving Iranians held rallies and exhibitions in Luxembourg, Italy, and England in support of the ongoing revolution in Iran and condemnation of the regime’s atrocities and death penalties.
  • Plainclothes agents opened fire at a civil car in a checkpoint station on Lamerd-Bastak road, Hormozgan, killing Soha Etebari, 12, on December 25. The security forces deputy chief justified the murder under counter-narcotic efforts.
  • “In support of brave Iranian women, the international community expelled Iran from the UN Commission on the Status of Women,” said S. State Department Spokesperson Ned Price. “The fight for their rights continues. We call for the unconditional release of all people imprisoned in Iran for peacefully exercising their freedoms.”
  • In a statement on the human rights situation in Iran, Ecuador condemns human rights violations in Iran.
  • “The Iranian regime cannot hide behind censorship tactics and internet blackouts,” said S. Sen. Bob Menendez. “What the regime fears the most is their own people revealing to the world what is happening inside Iran.”
  • “Urgent! The life of this young Iranian teacher is at risk,” warned Canadian Sen. Julie Miville-Dechêne about the looming execution of Mrs. Mona Afsami. “I’m sponsoring prisoner Mona Afsami whose trial for ‘conspiracy’ could happen in the next few days, at a time when the Iranian regime is asking for the execution of its opponents. Revolting!”
  • German MP Clara Anne Bünger, the political sponsor of Mohammad Ghobadlu, 22, condemns sentencing Ghobadlu to death without legal counsel in a sham trial. She also expresses her concerns over upholding the inhumane sentence.
  • Fearing the continuation and intensification of anti-regime protests in Sistan & Baluchestan, the regime appointed Revolutionary Guards Quds Base commander Mohammad Karami as the provincial governor.
  • “Mr. Khamenei! fair experts and I implicitly and definitely say the ‘Islamic Republic’ management and government in all of financial, social, political, cultural, and even individual affairs have failed,” said former MP Hossein Ansari in an open letter. “These demonstrations are supported by 85 percent of the nation… I insist on ending the oppressive policy and stopping executions and torture immediately.”
  • Authorities reportedly hanged juvenile offender Yousef Mirzavand, 22, in Dezful prison. He had been arrested at the age of 15 and sentenced to death for involuntary manslaughter.

Tehran Province:

Protesters torched the image of ex-IRGC Quds Force chief Qassem Soleimani early morning. Source

Protesters in the Jannat Abad district chanting: “Death to the dictator!” Source

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Khuzestan Province:

Citizens mark the 40-day memorial of Kian Pirfalak in Izeh. Authorities opened fire on Meysam Pirfalak’s car on November 16, critically injuring him and killing his 10-year-old son. Source

Locals in Izeh marking the 40th day of the murder of Kian Pirfalak began chanting: “Death to Khamenei!” and “Khamenei is a murderer! His rule is illegitimate!” Source
“From Izeh to Kurdistan, my life for Iran!” Source
“With or without the hijab, we’re headed for a revolution!” Source

Kurdistan Province:

Students boycott classes in Saqqez at the 40-day memorial of Danial Pabandi, 17, killed by security forces on November 16. “Death to Khamenei,” mourners chanted. Source

A large crowd of citizens mark the 40-day memorial of Aram Habibi in Sanandaj, chanting, “We will take revenge!” Source

Sistan & Baluchestan Province:

Citizens paint red the fountain of Mandegar high school in Iranshahr, protesting the regime’s ongoing bloodshed and atrocities. Source

Hormozgan Province:

Citizens of Dashti county, Parsian, marked the 40-day memorial of the late Hamed Molaei, singing: Tulips have been grown from the youths’ blood! “Hamed Molaei, Kian Pirfalak, Soha Etebari, your path continues!” read a banner. Source

Citizens of Dashti county, Parsian, rally on the streets and resume anti-regime protests following the 40-day memorial of the late Hamed Molaei. Source

Locals marking the 40th day of Hamed Molaie’s murder by the regime’s security forces began chanting slogans:
“We shall fight and take back Iran!” Source
“Freedom! Freedom! Freedom!” and “Death to Khamenei!” Source

West Azarbaijan Province:

Locals continuing the nationwide protests against the regime in Mahabad. Source

Locals are establishing roadblocks and taking control of their streets in Mahabad. Source

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