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International support for Iranians following the mullahs’ internet blackout over Mahsa Amini protests

Iran is now subject to the most severe internet restrictions since the November 2019 massacre. escalating protests.

Despite the regime’s heavy crackdown and internet blackout, Iran’s nationwide uprising continues. Many observers believe the country is on the verge of a revolution. Officials of the regime work to isolate the Iranian people from the outside world and quickly carry out their murderous rampage in an effort to avert this outcome.

Iran’s ongoing uprising is being referred as start of the Iranian revolution

Uprising
Protests were sparked by the so-called morality police of the regime's brutal murder of Mahsa Amini on September 16.

Uprising

The 12th day of the Iranian uprising began on September 25. Protests were sparked by the so-called morality police of the regime’s brutal murder of Mahsa Amini on September 16. Mahsa was detained and assaulted while in custody on the grounds that she was “improperly veiled,” but the protests that followed her death included chants critical of the entire regime.

Iran’s uprising, with protesters chanting “Death to the Dictator”

Uprising
Iran's uprising, with protesters chanting Death to the Dictator

Uprising

In the nationwide uprising, people demonstrated against the mullahs’ government in Tehran and other cities, including Mashhad, Sabzevar, Arak, Ilam, Marivan, Gorgan, Birjand, Isfahan, Sari, Tabriz, Karaj, Fardis Karaj, Kermanshah, Qazvin, Shiraz, Bandar-Abbas, Kish, Kerman, Rafsanjan, Sanandaj, Qom, Khorramabad, Zanjan, Rasht, Ahvaz, Urmia, Bukan, Mahabad, Ardabil, and Hamedan.

Past time for the West to understand that Iran’s regime is delaying nuclear talks indefinitely

Experts estimate that even under current circumstances, the mullahs could enrich a portion of their current stockpile of 60% uranium to the level required for a nuclear weapon in a matter of weeks.
Experts estimate that even under current circumstances, the mullahs could enrich a portion of their current stockpile of 60% uranium to the level required for a nuclear weapon in a matter of weeks.

Experts estimate that even under current circumstances, the mullahs could enrich a portion of their current stockpile of 60% uranium to the level required for a nuclear weapon in a matter of weeks.

The Iranian regime is constantly pressuring Western powers to make concessions in order to contain the clerical regime’s drive for a nuclear weapons capability. Fortunately, the international community has shown little willingness to accept that regime’s ultimatums.

Iran Protests 2022: Time for the Int’l community to stand with Iranians in their struggle against tyranny

Graffiti on the wall says “Death to Khamenei”, a street in Mashhad, Khorasan Razavi, Northeastern Iran- September 22, 2022
Graffiti on the wall says “Death to Khamenei”, a street in Mashhad, Khorasan Razavi, Northeastern Iran- September 22, 2022.

 

Protests over the brutal murder of a young woman by Iran’s morality police continued for a sixth day on Wednesday, casting a shadow over the regime’s president, Ebrahim Raisi’s, visit to the United Nations General Assembly in New York.

Iran Protests 2022: Regime is growing fearful of organized opposition

Youth have taken over the streets of Bojnourd, North Khorasan province, Northeastern Iran.
Youth have taken over the streets of Bojnourd, North Khorasan province, Northeastern Iran.

 

Iranians protested across the country, chanting anti-regime slogans after Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old girl, was brutally killed by the morality police. Concurrently, the regime’s fear of organized resistance grows, with officials warning about the leadership role of Iran’s main opposition, the Mojahedin-e-Khalq (MEK), and its Resistance Units.

Iranian regime officials are becoming increasingly concerned about women resistance

Women in Iran have been increasingly defying the regime's repressive modesty laws in recent years.
Women in Iran have been increasingly defying the regime’s repressive modesty laws in recent years.

 

The death of Mahsa Amini, a young Iranian woman who was arrested and beaten by the Iranian regime’s repressive morality police, has enraged the Iranian people and sparked a wave of protests in recent days. In their protests, the people targeted the regime’s supreme leader, Ali Khamenei.

 

Iran: Regime’s increasing use of death penalty has sparked international outrage

The regime's dramatic increase in executions over the past few weeks was the second crime. The regime alone has executed 57 prisoners in the last 20 days.
The regime's dramatic increase in executions over the past few weeks was the second crime. The regime alone has executed 57 prisoners in the last 20 days.

The regime's dramatic increase in executions over the past few weeks was the second crime. The regime alone has executed 57 prisoners in the last 20 days.

 

This week in Iran saw two significant human rights crimes. One of them was the Iranian regime’s decision to build walls around the Khavaran mass graves of the 1988 Massacre victims. Amnesty International claimed on September 13 that the regime is “concealing the mass graves of the victims of the 1988 prison massacre.” Amnesty asked UN member nations to put pressure on the regime to stop concealing the mass graves of the massacre victims from the public.

Iran: Mahsa Amini’s death for “improper veiling” sparks domestic and international outrage

Mahsa fell victim to Tehran's brutal morality police. She came from the Kurdish ethnic minority in the northern Iranian town of Saqqez.
Mahsa fell victim to Tehran’s brutal morality police. She came from the Kurdish ethnic minority in the northern Iranian town of Saqqez.

 

Iran. The tragic death of a 22-year-old woman in Tehran has been making headlines since September 16, and once again, stories other than the typical nuclear-terrorism saga have provided information about the unrest in the country.

Mahsa Amini brutally killed by Iran’s “morality police” for the crime of “improper hijab”

Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman killed by the Iranian regime’s so-called “morality police” for the “crime” of “improper hijab”
Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman killed by the Iranian regime’s so-called “morality police” for the “crime” of “improper hijab”
Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman killed by the Iranian regime’s so-called “morality police” for the “crime” of “improper hijab”
Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman killed by the Iranian regime’s so-called “morality police” for the “crime” of “improper hijab”

Mahsa (Zhina) Amini, a 22-year-old woman from Saqqez in Kurdistan Province, western Iran, was arrested by the regime’s so-called “Guidance Patrol” on Tuesday, September 13, at the entry of the Haqqani Highway and transferred to the “Moral Security” agency.