On Saturday, December 3, 2022, regime forces are profoundly concerned over public backlash as the revolution continues across Iran. In this context, mullah MP Mohammad-Reza Moballeghi extraordinarily sounded this worry about people’s anger over the entire regime.

“If I have made a mistake, I should be punished, not the whole [system],” he said. At the time, regime security forces randomly gun down every one step into the streets with birdshot pellets and live ammo.

Notably, Revolutionary Guards Basij agent Pouyan Hosseinpour admitted that protesters no longer fear security forces. “This generation is no longer intimidated. It is resisting. We conflicted with several youths on the street for an hour,” he said on October 21. “We entered an alley with around 30 buildings; residents threw stones, vases, irons, furniture, and even barrels on us from all 30 rooftops.”

Protesters attacked and torched the regime’s symbols, IRGC Basij bases, and Khamenei’s representations in Tehran, Pakdasht, Kahrizak, Birjand, Bam, Taybad, Quchan, Sabzevar, Yazd, Golpaygan, Falavarjan, Jounaqan, Hamedan, Kermanshah, Saqqez, Ilam, Gachsaran, Dezful, Shush-e Danial, Mahshahr, Borazjan, Bushehr, Mehrestan, and Zahedan’s Shirabad.

December 3 marked the 79th 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 279 cities. The regime has killed over 680 citizens, injured tens of thousands, and detained more than 30,000. The MEK has published the names of 555 killed protesters.

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Key Developments:

  • In an interview with one of the injured protesters in Iran with CNN’s Nada Bashir, he explained that security forces targeted his face from a close distance with a birdshot, resulting in losing his eye forever.
  • French MP Angelique Ranc sounded her concerns over the situation in Iran and the ongoing suppression of protesters. “I give my full support to the people,” she said.
  • Freedom-loving Iranians and MEK supporters held rallies and photo exhibitions in Washington DC, Berlin, Paris, London, and the Hauge, supporting the ongoing revolution in Iran.
  • “Iran [regime] is vulnerable. Three months ago, the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in the custody of religious police sparked a nationwide uprising. It hasn’t ended. The mullahs have lost legitimacy,” wrote the Washington Free Beacon’s Matthew Continetti.
  • “At least 28 people, including three children, can face execution in Iran in connection with nationwide protests,” Amnesty International stated. “Authorities use the death penalty as a tool of political repression to end the popular uprising.”

Tehran Province:

Citizens chant in Khosro St, Sattarkhan: Proud Iranians; support! and Generation Z is in jail; disgraced individuals remain silent! Source

Protesters chanting in Haft Howz area: “This is the year Seyed Ali (Khamenei) is overthrown!” Source

Citizens chant: “Zahedan, Kurdistan, my life for Iran!” “Death to the dictator!” and “Death to the child-killing regime!” “Despite cold weather, people chant,” the voice says. “The regime is goner.” Source

Citizens chant in Ferdows Blvd: “Death to the regime’s principle!” and “We’re all Toomaj [Salehi] and fight to the end!” Source

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Hormozgan Province:

Protesters in Bandar Lengeh set ablaze a local base of the regime’s IRGC paramilitary Basij force. Source

West Azarbaijan Province:

Locals in Bukan are continuing the nationwide protests against the regime with roadblocks on Hesar Road. Source

Ilam Province:

Regime security forces attacked family members of recently apprehended protesters rallying outside the regime’s courthouse. Even a small girl was attacked. Source

More footage of regime security forces attacking family members of recently apprehended protesters rallying outside the regime’s courthouse. Source

Fars Province:

Truck drivers of the Shiraz refinery are on strike and continuing the nationwide protests against the regime. Source

Alborz Province:

Karaj’s Kharazmi University students protesting incompetence by regime officials as many students have suffered food poisoning on campus. Source

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