On Saturday, October 29, the 44th day of the nationwide uprising, the mullahs’ regime launched a new wave of crackdown on students who resumed protests across the country. Agents of the IRGC and MOIS attacked universities in Tehran and other cities, arresting a large number of students.
University students protested in at least 63 Iranian cities, along with demonstrations and strikes. Many experts believe that the fact that protests are still occurring in Iran, where the entire security apparatus is in place to crush any form of dissent, proves that these demonstrations are organized and are not “leaderless.”
On Sunday, Iran’s nationwide uprising will mark its 45th day. Demonstrations throughout the country have gathered momentum following the death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman who had been arrested by morality police in Tehran on September 13 for an alleged breach of the country’s strict dress code for women.
Ali Bahadori-Jahromi, the Raisi government’s spokesperson, visited two universities in Tehran and Qom on October 24 and 25. Iranian university students reacted by yelling “get the lost murderer,” exposing the regime’s weakness. It demonstrated people’s determination to bring about regime change.
Citizens in West Azerbaijan Lorestan provinces resume demonstrations on October 27, day 42 of Iran’s nationwide protests. Footage shows a large crowd gathering at the local cemeteries in Mahabad to attend the funeral of the late Esmail [Simko] Maloudi. Mr. Moloudi, 35, was shot dead by authorities last night for taking part in anti-regime protests.
Protests have spread and continue to take place across Iran, despite the regime’s efforts to suppress them, exposing the regime’s flaws more than ever. Although many observers believe the protests have turned into a revolution, authorities continue to insist that everything is “normal” and “under control.”
The nationwide uprising in Iran that was sparked by the death of Mahsa Amini is now on its 38th day. The 22-year-old woman from the city of Saqqez in the Kurdistan Province was brutally assaulted by the morality police, and on September 16 she passed away from her wounds in a hospital in Tehran.
Citizens in northern Tehran reported a fire in the Evin Prison at 8:10 p.m. local time on October 15. The slogans “Death to Khamenei” and “Death to the dictator” could be heard in the area at the same time. Following the event, hundreds of citizens marched to the prison, with social media videos showing heavy traffic on the Yadegar expressway. Authorities dispatched dozens of anti-riot forces in response to the prison unrest. Despite the repressive measures, dozens of citizens were able to get close to the prison.
Sunday marked the 38th day of Iran’s nationwide uprising sparked by Mahsa Amini’s death. The 22-year-old woman from the Kurdistan Province city of Saqqez was brutally beaten by morality police and died of her injuries in a Tehran hospital on September 16.