Live Report: Day 7 of Iran Protests – via the MEK’s Network

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Anti-regime protests are continuing Thursday for a seventh straight day in Iran. Tehran and many other cities are witnessing continued unrest as protesters in 146 cities across the country with at least 251 killed, over 3,70 people injured and more than 7,000 demonstrators were also arrested by the regime’s oppressive security forces.


Protesters are demanding the overthrow of the Iranian regime and targeting Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, Hassan Rouhani (President of the regime) and the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) as the source of corruption and economic and social problems and lack of freedom and fundamental rights.

85 martyrs of the uprising in various cities identified. Mrs. Maryam Rajavi: The UN Security Council must demand an immediate halt in killings and the release of detainees. It must declare the leaders of the regime as criminals against humanity. They must face justice.

Also, today the…

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Live Report: Day 6 of Iran Protests – via the MEK’s Network

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Anti-regime protests are continuing Wednesday for a sixth straight day in Iran. Tehran and many other cities are witnessing continued unrest as protesters in 140 cities across the country with at least 200 killed and over 3,000 people injured by the regime’s oppressive security forces.


Protesters are demanding the overthrow of the Iranian regime and targeting Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, Hassan Rouhani (President of the regime) and the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) as the source of corruption and economic and social problems and lack of freedom and fundamental rights. Also, today the internet remains down for the past several days, according to Netblocks.org

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Live Updates:

November 20, 2019:

UPDATE (10:27 PM CET):

People in Mashhad, seta gas station on fire

According to news from inside Iran, this evening, agasstation was set on fire bylocalsin “Moalem” Boulevard in Mashhad.

UPDATE (9:07 PM CET):

The MEK has been so far…

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Over 200 Protesters Dead in Iran Uprising

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The map of Iran protests

The Iranian people’s uprising spread to over 132 cities by the end of its fourth day on Monday, despite brutal repression by the security forces that have left at least 200 protesters confirmed dead.

Still, the Iranian people continued their uprising into Monday.

The Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps’ (IRGC) forces, under strict instructions from Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, opened fire on demonstrators, killing 14 people in Shahriar, seven people in Behbahan, two in Tehran’s Baharestan square, and one person in each of the following cities; Sirjan, Shiraz, Marivan, and Khorramshahr. It should be noted that the true number of deaths is higher, but the government will try to cover this up as much as possible.

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards warned the protesters of “decisive” action ifunrestover the fuel price hike did not cease, state television reported.

“If necessary, we will take decisive and revolutionary…

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Be the voice of #IranProtests! Join campaign calling for #Internet4Iran!

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In recent days people across Iran have once more taken to the streets in a new wave of protests larger and with clearer demands than ever seen in last 4 decades. The protests have now spread throughout 132 cities, which has come at a high price with over 3000 wounded and death toll surpassing 200.

From Rouhani to Khamenei, all have called for a brutal suppression, what is making this crackdown feasible is the internet shutdown the regime has imposed for over 50 hours. Cutting the people of Iran off from the world and from one another in order to be able to carry out a brutal crackdown and suppress the protests without allowing the people’s voice to be heard.

For those on the streets of Iran today, breaking through the censorship to resonate their voice to the international community and the world is of utmost importance. Many have risk…

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Live Report: Day 4 of Iran Protests – via the MEK’s Network

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Anti-regime protests are continuing Monday for a fourth straight day in Iran, with chants of “Death to the dictator,” “Death to Khamenei,” and “Death to Rouhani.”


Based on the MEK‘s latest tally, protests have spread to 107 cities in most of Iran’s provinces. The regime has killed at least 61 protesters. Iranian opposition leader Maryam Rajavi has urged all Iranians to rise in support of the protesters. We will be updating this page live with the latest reports of the protests in Iran. The MEK reported today that two IRGC commanders in Fajr Garrison in Shiraz were shot and killed by another officer when they ordered the IRGC to open fire on protesters.

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Live Updates:

November 18, 2019:

Update (10:36 PM CET):

Nov 18, 2019: Sounds of gunfire tonight in Qods, just west of #Iran‘s capital, as the regime attempts to violently quash the #IranProtests

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LIVE REPORT: Protests in Iran Over Rising Costs

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Anti-regime protests have erupted across Iran, with chants of “Death to the dictator,” after the regime tripled the price of gasoline. The protests, which began on Friday, November 15, are continuing despite a major crackdown by the authorities. The ‘Resistance Units’ of the main Iranian opposition group People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI), also known as the Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MEK), are coordinating much of the protests and sending out footage from the scene. We will be updating this page live with the latest reports of the protests in Iran.

On Friday, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), hailed the brave people of Mashhad, Shiraz, Karaj, Sirjan, Ahvaz, and other cities for rising up against the mullahs’ corrupt and criminal regime. She urged all the young people to rise in support of the protesters. Mrs. Rajavi emphasized that this would…

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Iran’s NGOs Used for Terrorism

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The Iranian regime uses the non-governmental organization Astan-e Quds Razavi (AQR) to recruit terrorists, find Westerners willing to spy on their country and pay for its fundamentalist agenda, largely because it has no kind of monitoring or financial audit, according to the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI). 

This scheme is hidden behind the cloak of a religious organization raising money to protect the shrine of Shiite Islam’s 8th leader, Imam Reza, to prevent the world from connecting AQR to the Regime’s nefarious activities and allow it to operate in plain sight. But the NCRI has exposed it in this latest report, noting how the AQR was vital to the recruitment of former the United States Air Force intelligence officer Monica Witt as a spy for Iran and how it provides financial, material and logistical support to Iran-backed terrorist groups across the Middle East.

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