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LIVE REPORT: Protests to overthrow Iran’s regime continue for the third week

The third week of Iran's nationwide protests.

Iran is on the path to a fundamental change. The third week of the nationwide protests has begun. It all began with the death of Mahsa Amini arrested by the regime’s so-called morality police for not compelling with the regime’s hijab rules. She died in custody after being beaten and injured severely.

Now the people are taking a step further and demanding the regime’s overthrow. They do not accept fabricated reforms anymore. The face of these protests differs from the protests of 2019 after gasoline prices increase. The people’s target is the entire regime, especially the supreme leader Ali Khamenei responsible for all the misery the people are suffering from.

Until now more than 164 cities across all the country’s 31 provinces have challenged the regime on the streets, seeking to overcome the regime’s brutality and overthrow the mullahs. Over 300 have been killed by the regime’s security forces and at least 15,000 people have been arrested throughout the country, while the fate of many of them is still unclear. Their families have gathered many times in front of the regime’s prisons and asked for the release of their beloved, but the regime did not respond other than with violence.

It should be noted that now all the regime’s forces are involved in the repression of the people. From its Basij forces to the police, the Revolutionary Guards, and finally the brutal plain cloth agents.

On October 1, the protests started with a nationwide strike. People in Oshnavieh, Baneh, Bukan, Mahabad, etc. closed their shops and businesses in support of the protests. Then the students joined the strike all over the country. Reports indicate that the regime’s forces used violence to stop the students’ protests.

Below is a glimpse of the protests and strikes published on social media.

October 1 – Bukan, northwest Iran – Nightfall

A brave mother helps get a young get released from the regime’s security forces.

October 1 – Mahabad, northwest Iran – Nightfall

Locals in the city’s Esteghlal (Revolution) Square continue the nationwide protests against the regime on the 16th night of the uprising.

October 1 – Tehran – Nightfall

Locals at the city’s Sadr Bridge continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 16th night of the uprising.

October 1 – Rasht, northern Iran – Nightfall

Protesters chanted: “Death to the dictator!”

October 1 – Tehran, Sarsabz intersection – Nightfall

Protesters chanting: “Death to the dictator!” They’ve established roadblocks with street railings.

October 1 – Kermanshah, western Iran– Nightfall

Protesters: “Mullahs must get lost!”

October 1 – Arak, central Iran – Nightfall

Protesters: “Death to the dictator!”

October 1 – Tehran, Azadi (Freedom) Street on Eskandari Intersection 7 pm local time

Protesters torched a dumpster, and security forces fired tear gas.

October 1 – Tehran, Enghelab (Revolution) Street – Nightfall

Protesters: “Death to the dictator!”

October 1 – Tehran – Nightfall

Locals in the capital’s Tajrish district are continuing the nationwide protests against the regime on the 16th night of the uprising.

October 1 – Sanandaj, western Iran – Nightfall

Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 16th night of the uprising.

October 1 – Kermanshah, western Iran – Nightfall

Protesters: “Mullahs must get lost!”

October 1 – Marivan, western Iran – Nightfall

Regime security forces are opening fire on protesters as they continue their anti-regime rallies on the 16th night of the nationwide uprising.

October 1 – Mahabad, northwest Iran – Nightfall

Protesters: “Death to Khamenei!”

October 1 – Tehran, Narmak district – Nightfall

Protesters: “Death to Khamenei!”

October 1 – Tehran, Valiasr Street – Nightfall

Protesters are holding their ground and continuing their anti-regime protests.

Kerman, south-central Iran – Nightfall

Activists say regime security forces are opening fire on protesters and bystanders.

October 1 – Tehran – Nightfall

Anti-regime protests continue into the night in the country’s capital.

October 1 – Dehgolan, Kurdistan Province, western Iran

Regime authorities have cut off all electricity to prevent further protests and maybe launch a new crackdown wave.

 

Razavi Khorasan, NE IranIran Protests against  Mahsa Amini‘s murder, day 16. A massive crowd of Mashhad Medical Sciences University students chants, “Students rather die than live in infamy!”

Alborz, Iran Protests against Mahsa Amini‘s murder, day 16. Islamic Azad University students in Gohardasht, Karaj, chant, “IRGC Basij get lost!” and “[Khamenei’s son] Mojtaba, you’ll die, not become a leader!”

Shiraz, south-central Iran Students of Shiraz University chanting: “We’ll fight and take back Iran!”

 

Isfahan, Iran Protests against Mahsa Amini‘s murder, day 16. “Death to the dictator,” citizens chant in broad daylight.

Tabriz, northwest Iran Locals continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 16th day of the uprising.

Mashhad, northeast Iran Students of Ferdowsi University chanting: “Proud students! Support! Support!”

Bushehr, southern #Iran Students of Khalij University chanting: “Proud Iranians! Support! Support!”

Tabriz, northwest Iran Students of Tabriz University are joining the nationwide anti-regime protests on this 16th day of the uprising.

Tabriz University students join anti-regime protests in broad daylight.

Kurdistan, Dehgolan defiant youths set a pro-regime statue ablaze.

Tehran – Students of Tarbiat Modares chanting: “Professors & students: Unite! Unite!”

Tehran, Allameh Tabataba’i University students continued the nationwide protests against the regime on the 16th day of the uprising.

Yazd, central Iran. More footage of Yazd University students continuing the nationwide protests against the regime on the 16th day of the uprising.

 

 

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