Partially based on reporting by MEK network in Iran

| 29.09,22. 01:15 AM |

Partially based on reporting by MEK network in Iran

Wednesday, September 28, 9 AM CET

The Count:

·        Days: 13th day

·        Protests: 156 cities

·        Casualties: 240 estimated deaths, 59 have been identified

·        Detentions: 12,000 (regime official figure is 4,268 in 9 of the 31 provinces)


There was an almost total Internet blackout yesterday in Iran due to active measures by the regime’s security agencies to block Iranians access to the free flow of information. Despite the Internet blackout, protesters found ways to send video clips of protests in various cities that showed they are in the streets and continuing to challenge the regime’s security forces. We will be updating our coverage of the uprising later today.

The regime’s press fleet are clamoring for a crackdown on the protests and threatening a “crushing” response that has increased fears that the security forces intend to resort to even more suppression, including killings and mass arrests in a bid to quash the protests. The utility and effectiveness of such a strategy for dealing with the protests is obviously in doubt considering the mass popular uprising but it does portend heightened state violence against the citizenry.

Regime Losses

Based on reporting from the MEK network in Iran, an estimated summary of losses suffered by the regime’s security forces in clashes with protesters are:

Killed security forces


Injured security forces


Torched regime buildings and facilities


Torched vehicles or motorcycles of regime forces


Destroyed surveillance cameras


Destroyed police stations


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