On September 28, defiant women and men resumed the nationwide protests across Iran for the 11th day. The demonstrations continue despite the regime’s savage crackdown with live ammunition, arbitrary arrests, internet shutdown, and propaganda campaigns.

On September 15, Iranians across the country resumed a new round of nationwide protests. The Anti-regime demonstrations sparked following the horrendous murder of Mahsa Amini, 22, by the “morality police” in Tehran.

In the past eleven days, Iran witnessed scenes that had already been experienced during the gas protests in November 2019. Smug mullahs unbridled exaggerated dress-code measures, empowering Gasht-e Ershad [Guidance Patrols].

Here is a round-up of continuous protests in Iran updating by information provided by local reports, opposition Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) news, official websites, and other sources.

Iran: Day Thirteenth of Protests – September 28

Protests continued throughout the country on Wednesday, September 28. This is the 13th day of the people’s resistance and confrontation with the regime. Until now 156 cities in 31 provinces have revolted against the regime.

Despite the regime’s heavy crackdowns and internet shutdown, the people have not given up, and are weakening the regime’s desperate forces. Images published on social media show that the regime is forced to deploy children as anti-riot units.

To break the people’s resistance the regime has decided to use firearms. So far 240 people have been killed and more than 12,000 have been arrested. The fate of many of them is unclear.

The protests on Wednesday started with the strike of students in different cities, Shiraz, Sabzevar, Isfahan, and schools in Karaj.

On Wednesday Mrs. Maryam Rajavi twitted: “Whatever the cost, we will triumph in our great mission to transfer sovereignty to the Iranian people and their republic.

Sanandaj, western Iran Sept. 28 – 10:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Death to the dictator!”

Yazd, central Iran Sept. 28 – 10:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 13th night of the uprising and clashed with regime security forces.

Najafabad, Isfahan Province, central Iran Sept. 28 – 10:00 pm – local time

Activists are reporting clashes between protesters and regime security forces. A number of the demonstrators have been injured.

Tehran Sept. 28 – 9:00 pm – local time

Footage from the Sadeghiyeh district shows authorities deploying a large number of security forces to quell anti-regime protests.

Gohardasht, Alborz Province, west of Tehran Sept. 28 – 9:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “No fear! We’re all together!”

Tehran, Zafaraniyeh district Sept. 28 – 9:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Death to Khamenei!”

Tehran Sept. 28 – 9:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 13th night of the uprising.

Tehran, Imam Hossein Square – Sept. 28 – 10:00 am – local time

local time Protesters torched a base of the regime’s IRGC paramilitary Basij.

Sanandaj, western Iran Sept. 28 – 9:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 13th night of the uprising.

Tehran, Farhangian district Sept. 28 – 9:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Khamenei is a murderer! His rule is illegitimate!”

Najafabad Isfahan Province, central Iran Sept. 28 – 9:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 13th night of the uprising.

Tehran, Chitgar district Sept. 28 – 9:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Death to the dictator!” “Death to the Basijis!” referring to members of the regime’s IRGC paramilitary Basij Force.

Mashhad, northeast Iran Sept. 28 – 9:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Proud Iranians! Support! Support!”

Mashhad, northeast Iran Sept. 28 – 9:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Death to Khamenei!” referring to regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.

Iran: Day Twelfth of Protests – September 27

Protests in Iran have spread to 156 cities. Over 240 protesters have been killed by the regime’s security forces. More than 12,000 have been arrested. The Iranian opposition PMOI/MEK has published the names of 59 killed protesters.

In her tweet, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the president-elect of the National Council Resistance of Iran (NCRI) said: “Teachers & university professors have joined their students, starting strikes in solidarity with  Iran protests to overthrow the clerical regime. Nationwide strikes by various sectors can & must assist young people in their uprising to achieve freedom

Tehran, Tehranpars district Sept. 27 – 10:00 pm – local time

Protesters were seen establishing roadblocks to take control of their streets and prevent regime security forces from deploying to their areas.

Tehran, Zafaraniyeh district Sept. 27 – 10:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Death to Khamenei!” “Death to the dictator!”

Tehran, Punak district Sept. 27 – 10:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Death to the dictator!”

Tehran, Tehranpars district – Sept. 27 – 10:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Death to Khamenei!”

Tehran, Narmak district – Sept. 27 – 10:00 pm – local time

Protesters torched a trash canister to establish roadblocks.

Tehran, Iran Abdolabad district – Sept. 27 – 10:00 pm – local time

Protesters torched a regime police vehicle.

Sanandaj, western Iran – Sept. 27 – 10:00 pm – local time

Protesters torched a regime police vehicle.

Chabahar, SE Iran – Sept. 27 – 10:00 pm – local time

Protesters have taken over the regime’s local governor’s office and three of the state banks, reports indicate.

Jam, Bushehr Province, southern Iran – Sept. 27 – 9:00 pm – local time

Reports indicate security forces are opening fire on protesters, adding one individual has been killed.

Gohardasht, Alborz Province, west of Tehran – Sept. 27 – 9:00 pm – local time

Protesters chanting: “Death to the dictator!”

Tehran, Iran Heravi Square – Sept. 27 – 9:00 pm – local time

Protesters chanting: “Death to the dictator!”

Sanandaj, western Iran – Sept. 27 – 9:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 12th day of the uprising.

Tehran, Iran Sept. 27 – 9:00 pm – local time

Locals chant from their homes: “Death to the dictator!”

Jam, Bushehr Province, southern Iran Sept. 27 – 9:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 12th day of the uprising.

Tehran, Shahrak-e Gharb district Sept. 27 – 9:00 pm – local time

Protesters chanting: “Death to the dictator!”

Yazd, central Iran Sept. 27 – 9:00 pm – local time

More footage of locals continuing the nationwide protests against the regime on the 12th day of the uprising.

Tehran Ekbatan district Sept. 27 – 9:00 pm – local time

Regime anti-riot police unit shoots at homes to stop locals from chanting from their windows.

Tehran, Narmak district Sept. 27 – 9:00 pm – local time

Voice says regime security forces are using live bullets and opening fire on people. This victim being taken away is said to be an old man.

Tehran, Narmak district Sept. 27 – 9:00 pm – local time

Protesters chanting: “Death to the dictator!”

Yazd, central Iran Sept. 27 – 9:00 pm – local time

Activists are reporting an intense atmosphere of anti-regime protests.

Chabahar, southeast Iran Sept. 27 – 9:00 pm – local time

Protesters torched the regime’s local governor’s office

Sanandaj, western Iran Sept. 27 – 8:00 pm – local time

More footage of locals continuing the nationwide protests against the regime on the 12th day of the uprising.

Tehran, Sadeghiyeh district Sept. 27 – 8:00 pm – local time

Protesters are establishing roadblocks, activists say.

Chabahar, southeast Iran Sept. 27 – 8:00 pm – local time

Activists report intense clashes between protesters and regime security forces.

Tehran, Keshavarz Blvd – District 6 Sept. 27 – 8:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “This is the year [Khamenei] is overthrown!”

Tehran, Haft Howz Square Sept. 27 – 8:00 pm – local time

Protesters chanting: “Death to the dictator!”

Sanandaj, western Iran – Sept. 27 – 8:00 pm – local time

Footage of locals continuing the nationwide protests against the regime on the 12th day of the uprising.

Sanandaj, western Iran – Sept. 27 – 8:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 12th day of the uprising. Protesters are chanting: “Death to the dictator!”

Shiraz, south-central Iran Afif-Abad district Sept. 27 – 8:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 12th day of the uprising.

Chabahar, southeast Iran Sept. 27 – 8:00 pm – local time

Protesters are attacking the regime’s state banks, breaking their windows and setting them on fire. They’re also attacking police stations, activists say.

Tehran, Ariashahr district Sept. 27 – 8:00 pm – local time

Locals say authorities have dispatched a large number of security units to the streets.

Kermanshah, western Iran Sept. 27 – 4:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 12th day of the uprising.

Chabahar, southeast Iran Sept. 27 – 6:00 pm – local time

Protesters forced the regime’s security forces to flee, took control of the city’s main street, and torched a traffic police station.

Chabahar, southeast, Iran Sept. 27 – 4:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 12th day of the uprising. Activists say regime security forces are opening fire.

Chabahar, Sistan & Baluchestan Province, Iran – Sept. 27 – 6:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 12th day of the uprising.

Mahabad, northwest Iran

A brave local is seen throwing a Molotov cocktail at a pro-regime monument.

Iran: Day Eleventh of Protests – September 26

Protests in Iran have spread to 154 cities. Over 200 protesters have been killed by the regime’s security forces. More than 10,000 have been arrested. The Iranian opposition PMOI/MEK has published the names of 59 killed protesters.

In her tweet, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the president-elect of the National Council Resistance of Iran (NCRI) pointed out that, despite the brutal crackdown, Iran Protests with chants of “death to Khamenei” continues in many cities, including Tehran, Tabriz, Shiraz, Mashhad, Isfahan, Rasht, Karaj, and other cities.

Sardasht, northwest Iran Sept. 26 – 10:00 pm – local time

Reports indicate intense clashes between protesters and regime security forces.

Tehran, Ariashahr district Sept. 26 – 10:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Death to the dictator!”

Tehran Sept. 26 – 10:00 pm – local time

Protesters blocked Imam Ali Expressway – Pirouzi intersection during their anti-regime rallies.

Oshnavieh, northwest Iran Sept. 26 – 10:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 11th day of the uprising.

Arak, central Iran Sept. 26 – 10:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Death to the oppressor, be it the Shah or [Khamenei]!”

Yazd, central Iran Sept. 26 – 10:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Iranians would rather die than live in shame!”

Tehran, Tehransar district Sept. 26 – 10:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Death to Khamenei!” “Death to the dictator!”

Tehran, Narmak district Sept. 26 – 10:00 pm – local time

A brave woman is chanting: “Death to Khamenei!”

Tehran, Ekbatan district Sept. 26 – 10:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Death to Khamenei! Damn Khomeini!”

Yazd, central Iran Sept. 26 – 10:00 pm – local time

Protesters chanting: “We’re all Mahsa and we’ll fight to the end!”

Babolsar, northern Iran Sept. 26 – 10:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “We don’t want an Islamic republic!”

Tehran Sept. 26 – 10:00 pm – local time

Protesters chanting: “This is the year [Khamenei] is overthrown!”

Yazd, central Iran Sept. 26 – 10:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “We’re all Mahsa and we’ll fight to the end!”

Tehran, Zafaraniyeh district Sept. 26 – 10:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Death to the dictator!”

Tehran, Shariati Street Sept. 26 – 10:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 11th day of the uprising.

Yazd, central Iran Sept. 26 – 9:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 11th day of the uprising.

Sanandaj, western Iran Sept. 26 – 9:00 pm – local time

Scenes of locals expressing their joy as protesters take control of their streets.

Sanandaj, western Iran Sept. 26 – 9:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Death to the dictator!” and “Death to Khamenei!”

Kermanshah, western Iran Sept. 26 – 9:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 11th day of the uprising.

Marivan, western Iran Sept. 26 – 9:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Death to the dictator!”

Tehran, Punak district Sept. 26 – 9:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Death to the dictator!”

Tabriz, northeast Iran Roshdiyeh district Sept. 26 – 9:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 11th day of the uprising.

Tehran, Narmak district Sept. 26 – 9:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Death to the dictator!”

Qorveh, western Iran Sept. 26 – 9:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “I will kill those who killed my sister!”

Marivan, western Iran Sept. 26 – 9:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 11th day of the uprising.

Sanandaj, western Iran Sept. 26 – 9:00 pm – local time

More footage of locals in the streets continuing the nationwide protests against the regime on the 11th day of the uprising.

Another vivid example of the regime’s brutality against the people of Iran

Iran: Day Tenth of Protests – September 25

Despite the Iran regime’s decision to shut down the internet, the people’s protests continued across the country on Sunday 25. According to the latest reports, people of at least 146 have joined the nationwide protests. All 31 provinces are now engulfed in the fight against the regime. Over 180 people have been killed by the regime so far and over 8,000 people have been arrested.

This is happening due to the regime’s decision to ‘deal decisively’ with those who have decided to challenge the regime. Therefore, arrests are surging. Some of the most notable mass arrests have taken place in Tabriz, Urmia, Zanjan, and Ardabil, but also in smaller cities like Hidaj and Abhar in Zanjan province, Meshginshahr in Ardebil, Malekan, and Marand in East Azerbaijan province, and Sardasht, Oshnavieh, Mahabad, Naqadeh, and Takab in West Azerbaijan.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi: In 9 days of Iran Protests, 180 laid their lives for freedom. 8,000 were arrested. The people of Iran give life to the UDHR by resisting a regime that tramples fundamental human rights. I urge the international community to condemn the clerical regime and support protesters.

People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK): As of 7:30 pm Tehran time on September 25, protests in #Iran have spread to over 146 cities in all 31 provinces. 180 people have been killed by the mullahs’ security forces. Sources also report over 8,000 arrested protesters.

Tehran, Narmak district Sept. 25 – 8:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 10th day of the uprising.

Gohardasht, west of Tehran Sept. 25 – 8:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Death to the dictator!”

Zahedan, southeast Iran – Sept. 25 – 8:00 pm – local time

Reports: Protesters are taking to arms to fight back against regime security forces who first opened fire on them. “Death to Khamenei! Baluchistan stands with Kurdistan!” protesters say.

Tabriz, northwest Iran – Sept. 25 – 7:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 10th day of the uprising.

Tehran, Narmak district – Sept. 25 – 7:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “This is the last message! Our target is the regime in its entirety!”

Sistan and Baluchestan, SE Iran – Sept. 25 – 7:00 pm – local time

Locals continue the nationwide protests against the regime on the 10th day.

Tehran, Narmak district – Sept. 25 – 7:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Death to the dictator!”

Karaj – Sept. 25 – 7:00 pm – local time

“Death to the dictator,” citizens chant in Gohardasht.

Tehran, Ashrafi Esfahani Expressway – Sept. 25 – 7:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 10th day of the uprising.

Tehran – Sept. 25 – 7:00 pm – local time

Citizens set state-backed banners ablaze.

Sanandaj, western Iran – Sept. 25 – 7:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Death to the dictator!”

Tehran, Sattarkhan district – Sept. 25 – 7:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Death to the dictator!”

Tehran, Punak district – Sept. 25 – 7:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Freedom! Freedom! Freedom!”

Shiraz, south-central Iran Sept. 25 – 7:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 10th day of the uprising.

Saravan Sept. 25 – 7:00 pm – local time

southeast Iran Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 10th day of the uprising.

Tehran, Sattarkhan district Sept. 25 – 7:00 pm – local time

Protesters chanted: “Death to the dictator!” referring to regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.

Tehran, Iran Ekbatan district Sept. 25 – 7:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Basiji, get lost!” (referring to members of the regime’s IRGC paramilitary Basij forces) “No fear! We’re all together!”

Saravan, southeast Iran – Sept. 25 – 7:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 10th day of the uprising.

Tehran, Sept. 25 – 7:00 pm – local time

Iran Students of Tehran University protesting and chanting: “Freedom! Freedom! Freedom!”

Sanandaj, western Iran – September 25 – 6:00 pm – local time

Locals continue the nationwide protests against the regime on the 10th day of the uprising.

Tehran – Narmak district – Sept. 25 – 6:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Proud Iranians! Support! Support!”

Sanandaj – Sept. 25 – 6:00 pm – local time

The city has become a full-scale battlefield and defiant youths defend their dignity and fight for freedom.

Tehran – Sept. 25 – 6:00 pm – local time

Students of Tehran University are launching their protests tonight.

Sistan and Baluchestan, SE Iran Sept. 25 – 6:00 pm – local time

Citizens flooded onto the streets in Shirabad district.

Iran: Day Ninth of Protests – September 24

According to the Iranian opposition People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), the protests engulfed more than 139 cities in 31 provinces—entire Iran.

The regime has murdered at least 140 citizens to quell protests. However, field reports say the number of protesters is on the rise tonight. The MEK also declared that over 5,000 citizens have been arrested during the recent protests.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), called on the international community to stand along with the Iranian people, particularly the detainees and their families.

“The world must not leave them alone. The clerical regime must be compelled to release our sons and daughters as the people of Iran are forging ahead for freedom,” Mrs. Rajavi said.

 

Tehran, Ekbatan district – Section 2 Sept. 24 – 10:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 9th day of the uprising.

September 24 – Sanandaj, western Iran Sept. 24 – 10:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Death to the dictator!”

Fardis, Alborz Province – Tehran – Sept. 24 – 10:00 pm – local time

Protesters are torching government buildings and chanting: “Death to Khamenei!” referring to regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.

September 24 – Tehran – Sept. 24 – 10:00 pm – local time

Scenes of intense anti-regime rallies and protesters taking over their streets.

Tehran, Sadeghiyeh district – Sept. 24 – 10:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 9th day of the uprising.

Mehrshahr, Alborz Province – Sept. 24 – 10:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 9th day of the uprising. Protesters: “Death to the dictator!”

Tehran, Qods Square – Tajrish Square – Sept. 24 – 9:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “No fear! We’re all together!”

Tehran, Sattarkhan district – Sept. 24 – 9:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Death to Khamenei!” referring to regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.

Tehran, Sattarkhan district – Sept. 24 – 9:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “I will kill those who killed my sister!”

Qods, west of Tehran – Sept. 24 – 9:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 9th day of the uprising.

Tehran – Valiasr Street – Sept. 24 – 9:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “We will fight to the end!”

Shahr-e-Rey, south of Tehran – Sept. 24 – 9:00 pm – local time

Regime security forces opened fire on protesters as they sought to storm a security building.

Tehran, Tehranpars district- Sept. 24 – 9:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “This is the last warning! The entire regime is our target!”

Tehran, Iran – Sept. 24 – 9:00 pm – local time

The number of protesters is growing and regime security forces can’t cope with the task, activists say.

Tehran – Iran – Sept. 24 – 9:00 pm – local time

Another video of locals continuing the nationwide protests against the regime on the 9th day of the uprising.

Rasht, northern Iran – Sept. 24 – 9:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 9th day of the uprising.

Sanandaj, western Iran –  Sept. 24 – 9:00 pm – local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 9th day of the uprising.

Tehran – Sa’adat Abad district, Sept. 24 – 9:00 pm – local time

Protesters: “Death to the dictator!” “Khamenei is a murderer! His rule is illegitimate!”

Protests in Tehran, Iran’s capital:

Tehran – 11:00 pm local time

Defiant students and parents of detained protesters resumed protests today. Latest reports indicate that protests are going on in Sattarkhan, Quds town, Valiasr, Tehranpars, and Tajrish Sq. despite the regime’s oppressive measures and internet shutdown.

“Death to Khamenei,” “Death to the dictator,” “We take back Iran,” and “We overthrow the entire regime,” defiant youths chant while liberating several streets and pushing back fully-armed oppressive forces.

Tehran University – Tehran – 3:00 pm local time

Students rally outside the famous Tehran University and continue protests. “I just want my right,” says a female student to the security agents. “You can no longer silence us.”

Further footage shows anti-riot forces attacking a group of students at the place. They captured a student, which prompted others to strongly protest.

Furthermore, parents of detained citizens rally outside the notorious Evin Prison. They protest the regime’s arbitrary arrests, calling on authorities to release their loved ones.

However, authorities refused to respond to dozens of worried parents. Instead, prison guards violently dispersed protesting citizens from the place.

Tabriz – East Azarbaijan – 5:00 pm local time

Defiant youths confront the oppressive forces, stoning them and pushing back them on the ninth day of nationwide protests. “Such scenes show the people are no longer afraid of the regime and its horrible security and intelligence apparatuses,” observers say.

Shiraz – Fars – 3:00 pm local time

Footage from Shiraz shows citizens returning to the streets, chanting anti-regime slogans. “Death to the dictator,” citizens chanted at Daryush St.

The regime has shut down the internet. Popular social media in Iran, including Instagram and WhatsApp, have been severely restricted. Notably, the government had already filtered other social media such as Twitter, Facebook, Telegram, etc.

The PMOI provided field reports from the cities of Tehran, Ardabil, Khomein, Tabriz, Kuhdasht, Sanandaj, Varamin, Qom, Mehrshahr, Fardis, Hashtgerd, Mashhad, Marvdasht, Anzali, Rasht, Rudsar, Bukan, Parand, Isfahan, Shahinshahr, Borujerd, Omid town, Oshnavieh, Mashhad, and Dorud.

Protests resumed on September 23 in various districts of the capital Tehran. Citizens chanted anti-regime slogans in Tehransar, Sattarkhan, Sadeghiyeh, Niavaran, Narmak, Qeytarieh, Ferdows Blvd, Tajrish, Naziabad, Park-Way, Andisheh, and Ekbatan.

In Khomein city, Markazi province, citizens set a portrait of regime founder Ruhollah Khomeini ablaze. Notably, Khomeini had derived his nickname from this city!

In Mashhad, Razavi Khorasan province, outraged citizens set the statue of mullah Morteza Motahari, the regime’s misogynist theoretician, ablaze.

In Bukan, West Azarbaijan province, security forces targeted bystanders, including a child, with live ammo while they were at their homes.

Iran: Day Eighth of Protests – September 23

The Iranian Resistance’s TV channel Simay-e Azadi reported that the regime has killed at least 100 people during the protests in the past week.

The regime tried to quell protests via cruel suppression, publicity demonstrations, and propaganda campaigns; instead, it fueled people’s anger leading protests in Tehran and Saqqez to a full-scale war between an outraged society and the state. “Supreme Leader [Ali Khamenei] is a disgrace,” “Death to Khamenei,” and “The mullahs must get lost,” citizens from various cities and different walks of life commonly chanted.

Protests in Tehran, Iran’s capital:

Mahsa Amini‘s protests are continuing in Qeytarieh, Ferdows Blvd, Shahr-e Rey, Niavaran, Tajrish, Sattarkhan, etc. People are chanting, “Death to this Velayat” and “We liberate Iran.”

Qeytarieh – Tehran – 7:00 pm local time

Protesters: “Death to the oppressor, be it the Shah or [Khamenei]!”

Ferdows Blvd – Tehran – 8:00 local time

Protesters: “Death to this Velayat” and “We liberate Iran”

Sattarkhan district – Tehran – 8:00 pm local time

Protesters: “We will fight and take back Iran!”

Shahr-e Rey – Tehran – 8:00 pm local time

Authorities directly target citizens with live ammo.

Sharifabad Street – Sanadaj – 8:00 pm local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 8th day of the uprising.

Sattarkhan bridge – Tehran – 9:00 pm local time

Protesters: “Khamenei will be overthrown soon.”

Ferdowi Blvd – Tehran – 9:00 pm local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 8th day of the uprising.

Mashhad – 9:00 pm local time

MahsaAmini‘s protest continues.

Shariati district – Sadr Bridge – Tehran – 9:00 pm local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 8th day of the uprising.

Khosro Shomali St – Tehran – 9:00 pm local time

Protesters: “Freedom, freedom, freedom.”

Fardis district – Karaj – 9:00 pm local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 8th day of the uprising.

Tonekabon – Mazandaran province – 9:00 pm local time

Citizens force fully-armed oppressors to flee

Pardis district – Karaj – 9:00 pm local time

More footage of locals continuing the nationwide protests against the regime on the 8th day of the uprising.

Sattarkhan St. – Tehran – 9:00 local time

“Death to the dictator” and “We liberate Iran.”

Hashtgerd – Karaj – 9:00 local time

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 8th day of the uprising.

Mehrshahr – Karaj – 9:00 local time

Protesters: “The mullahs must get lost.”

Ferdows Blvd – Tehran – 9:00 local time

Protesters: “So many years of crimes, death to this regime!” “We will fight and retake Iran!”

West Azarbaijan – Bukan – 9:00 pm local time

footage shows oppressive forces in Bukan shooting toward citizens’ homes. They targeted a child looking outside.

Location is unknown – 9:00 pm local time

Footage shows the regime’s state security forces are terrified of people filming and reporting their brutalities.

Rasht – Gilan Province – 9:00 pm local time

Mahsa Amini‘s protests continue. Oppressive forces directly target citizens with live ammo.

Following the nationwide protests in more than 100 cities across 30 provinces, the regime has severely restricted the internet across the country.

On the other hand, Khamenei’s representatives sounded their concerns over the latest demonstrations during the state-run Friday Prayer ceremonies.

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The regime also held several publicity marches, desperately claiming that several people still remained loyal to the theocracy. However, citizens disturbed these governmental shows in various cities, including Nourabad Mamasani in the south-central province of Fars.

Khamenei’s Reps Sound Concerns Over Nationwide Protests Across Iran

“Several influential figures were slipped during the recent incidents,” said Khamenei’s representative and Friday Prayer leader in Kerman city, Kerman province, Hassan Alidadi-Soleimani in his today’s lecture.

He also condemned the insult to Qassem Soleimani, the former chief of the IRGC-Quds Force. Notably, as regime president Ebrahim Raisi raised Soleimani’s photo at the United Nations General Assembly, Soleimani’s fellow citizens set his banner ablaze.

Khamenei’s representative and Friday Prayer leader in Sari city, Mazandaran province, Mohammad-Bagher Mohammadi-Laeini pleaded with citizens to abandon “seditionists” alone.

“The best way to counter sedition-makers is to let them alone,” he said. “During recent days, Iranian nation abandoned seditionists and rioters alone.” Mohammadi also emphasized the importance of supporting oppressive forces, who have been severely attacked by outraged citizens.

Khamenei’s representative and Friday Prayer leader in Fuman city, Gilan province, Mohammad-Amin Naqdi claimed there is a distinction between demanding and sedition-making.

He pleaded with parents to prevent their children from attending demonstrations. “The enemy has aimed the principle of the [Islamic Republic] state,” Mohammadi added, showing his concerns over the anti-regime specification of protests.

Iran: Day Seventh of Protests in 100 Cities, 30 Provinces

According to the Iranian opposition Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK), protests continued on September 22. Footage provided by MEK domestic network known as Resistance Units showed citizens confronting oppressive forces in many areas.

“Our disable supreme leader is a disgrace,” citizens chanted in Tehran’s Keshavarz Blvd., referring to Ali Khamenei.

Videos showed merchants and shopkeepers continuing a strike against the regime’s atrocities against Mahsa Amini and other protesters in Oshnavieh. Many areas had reportedly joined the strike.

In Sanandaj city, citizens confronted the regime’s oppressive forces. Field reports say that the city’s streets have been turned into a full-scale battlefield.

Further reports said citizens flooded onto the streets using twilight conditions and took over the streets. Oppressive forces fired tear gas, birdshot, and live ammo to quell protests in some areas.

However, defiant Iranians continued protests across the country. “Death to Khamenei,” “Death to the oppressor, either Shah or Supreme Leader,” “Khamenei is a disgrace,” “Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) Basij is ISIS,” and “I’ll kill whoever killed my sister,” citizens chanted.