| 26.09,22. 07:19 PM |
Iran Uprising at a Glance
Partially based on reporting by MEK network in Iran
marked the 10th consecutive day of the Iran Uprising that began on Sep
16 with the death of Mahsa Amini and has now snowballed into a
full-blown uprising against the entire regime. Demonstrations were
reported in 146 cities and towns with ever-increasing momentum in the
streets of Iran.
Protesters engaged in dispersed, moving, and
constant gatherings of hundreds of people to thwart regime attacks.
Slogans targeted Khamenei and the entirety of the regime as in previous
Based on figures published by the MEK, 180 people have
laid down their lives for freedom’s sake since the start of the
uprising, some 42 being identified, and it is estimated that 8,000
protesters have been detained by state security forces.
regime struggled on Sunday to show it has support with staged rallies
that were attended by small crowds in some cities. Early reports show
anti-government protests resuming Sunday evening, as demonstrators come
out after work, and use the darkness to their advantage.
first major call for a strike nationally, the Coordination Council of
Iranian Teachers’ Trade Associations announced a strike for Monday and
Wednesday (Tuesday is a public holiday) in support of the protesters.
Protesters have been urging workers at key government economic sectors
not to show up for work.
Hacktivist group ‘Anonymous’ announced
that it has hacked the database of Iran’s parliament and the Supreme
Audit Court, releasing the phone numbers and other data of all regime
Internationally, world leaders and politicians and
cultural leaders continued to voice condemnation of the Iranian regime
and support for the protests.
media posts show armed conflict in the streets of Zahedan between Baluch
activists pronouncing support for the uprising.
· A social media
post taken from video footage published by Mizan news agency in Iran
(affiliated with the Judiciary), showed a very concerned judiciary
chief, Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Eje'I, talking to his enforcement
commanders in the repressive forces. Posts showed Brigadier General
Hossein Ashtari, commander of the State Security Force trying to
convince his subordinates that their brutal crackdown on protesters is
good for “Islam” and is what Qassem Soleimani would want them to do if
he were still alive. He described the streets of Iran’s cities as a war
front not unlike what his generation had seen 40 years ago.
Another video clip from Karaj, west of Tehran, showed a security force
commander telling his subordinates to come forward to attack protesters
and not to be afraid.
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