Since the beginning of recent protests, which have engulfed 193 cities across Iran today, demonstrators chanted: “We will not go home until we conclude this revolution!” In this respect, all see those brave protesters ceaselessly continue anti-regime activities even on Iranian weekends on Fridays.

October 21, 2022, marked Iran’s 36th consecutive day of anti-regime demonstrations. The Iranian opposition Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) has declared that the regime murdered at least 400 citizens today. The MEK has published the names and specifications of 241 killed protesters so far.

The MEK also revealed that authorities have arbitrarily detained more than 20,000 protesters and bystanders across the country. However, the regime’s brutality on the streets and in its harrowing dungeons has yet to stop the people’s will for freedom, justice, and equality.

Zahedan Citizens Continued Protests on Friday

Early videos and reports from Sistan & Baluchestan’s capital, Zahedan, showed worshippers resumed protests following the Friday Prayer. “Death to Khamenei,” “Death to the dictator,” and “Death to the Revolutionary Guards’ Basij,” citizens chanted.

Paving the path for bloody crackdowns on Baluch demonstrators, the regime’s propaganda campaign labeled freedom fighters as separatists. Instead, defiant Baluch citizens chanted, “From Zahedan to Tehran, my life for Iran,” rejecting the regime’s disgusting claims.

Citizens took to the streets while the regime placed snipers on government offices’ rooftops. Also, the September 30th carnage should not be forgotten when the regime’s forces reaped over 100 defenseless citizens, including 11-year-old children.

Roundup of Protests on October 21

“Protesters took to the streets on Friday night in several cities, including Tehran, Tabriz, Mahabad, Piranshahr, Isfahan, Kermanshah, Ilam, and others, holding protest rallies and establishing roadblocks to take control of their streets,” the MEK wrote.

Defiant youths in Sanandaj, Kurdistan, began day 36 of protests by attacking the IRGC Basij sites in the early hours after midnight. Citizens also resumed anti-regime rallies in Tabriz and Mahabad, northeastern Iran. They set fires and established roadblocks, taking over the streets.

At the dawn of Friday, Mashhad citizens witnessed anti-regime slogans on a pedestrian bridge. “Death to the dictator” and “We don’t want a child-killing government” read, referring to the regime’s murder of dozens of teenagers within recent weeks.

The protests continued in Tehran and other cities after midnight. Residents in various cities chanted “Death to the dictator,” “Death to Khamenei,” and “Mullahs must get lost.”

Iranian Diaspora Supports Protests in Brussels

Meanwhile, freedom-loving Iranians and MEK supporters rallied at Schuman Sq, outside the EU Summit—Berlaymont building. They called on European leaders to stop appeasing the theocratic dictatorship in Iran and support the Iranian people’s cause of freedom.

In her message to freedom-loving Iranians in Brussels, NCRI President-elect Mrs. Maryam Rajavi urged Europe and the entire world to:

Recognize the Iranian people’s right to self-defense; recognize their right to struggle to overthrow religious fascism and establish freedom, democracy, and human rights;

Designate the entire IRGC and the Ministry of Intelligence as terrorist entities, expel their agents and operatives, and revoke their passports;

Target the economic lifeline of Khamenei and the IRGC and refer the clerical regime’s dossier on the crackdown of protests and the massacres in 1988 and 2019 to the UN Security Council. Those directly involved in these crimes, especially Ali Khamenei and Ebrahim Raisi, must face justice.

Dozens of U.S. Representatives Stand with Iranians’ Quest for Freedom

On October 21, an influential bipartisan group of dozens of U.S. representatives showed solidarity and support for the Iranian people’s struggle for a democratic, secular, non-nuclear republic government in Iran.

In their broadcasting messages to the Iranian American Community Organization (OIAC) conference, they condemned the regime’s brutality, commending the people’s resilience and strength in their quest for a free Iran.

In her message, Mrs. Rajavi emphasized the importance of international support for the Iranian people and the necessity of pressure on the regime. “It is time for western governments to realize that Iran is on the brink of change,” she said. “It is time for them to stand with the people of Iran and their desire for democratic change. A democratic republic based on people’s votes, gender equality, and separation of religion and state, and a non-nuclear Iran.”

“The mullahs’ regime has deprived women of their most essential and fundamental rights, including the freedom to choose their attire. Women of Iran have no demands from the regime, knowing their rights can only be gained and guaranteed through the overthrow of the regime.”