Over 130 Iranian cities involved in the nationwide protests that began Friday in response to a major hike in gas prices by the regime.

Sixth Day of Iran Protest

Atousa Pilger 20 November 2019

By Atousa Pilger

There are now over 130 Iranian cities involved in the nationwide protests that began Friday in response to a major hike in gas prices by the regime. These protests began over an economic matter but quickly became political with the demonstrators calling for regime change in their slogans and their chants, specifically targeting Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, President Hassan Rouhani and the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC).

Iran is at a historic juncture. For a sisxth straight day in Iran, protesters are chanting

Iran Protests; End of Illusion of Regime Stability

Azita Carlson 20 November 2019

Analysis by StopFundamentalism.com

By Azita Carlson

Iran is at a historic juncture. Two years have passed since Hassan Rouhani’s Second term as President and the Iranian community is mired in unresolved crises. Increased dissatisfaction with the regime’s inadequacy to provide daily needs, inflation, unemployment, high volumes of liquidity, structural corruption, devaluation of the national currency, and the plundering of billions of dollars of oil sales have created major social-economic problems.

NetBlocks declared that the ongoing disruption constitutes a severe violation of the basic rights and liberties of Iranians.

Iran Internet Shut Down, Mullahs Online Terrorism

Armin Baldwin 20 November 2019

By Armin Baldwin

Iran is witnessing anti-regime nationwide protests since Friday November 15, that started after regime decided to triple the gasoline prices. According to Iran’s main opposition movement the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) more than 200 protesters have been killed, hundreds injured and over 1,000 arrested.  Amnesty International (AI) Condemned “killing of scores of protesters in Iran” and said in a statement “We're horrified at reports that dozens of protesters have been killed in Iran, hundreds injured and over 1000 arrested since Friday. We're alarmed that authorities have shut down the internet to create an information blackout of their brutal crackdown. We're investigating.” 

Anti-regime protests across Iran reaching 107 cities, the international community has begun to react.

Iran Protests Gain International Attention

Atousa Pilger 19 November 2019

By Atousa Pilger

As the anti-regime protests continue to spread across Iran, now reaching at least 107 cities, the international community has begun to react.

On Monday, Germany urged the Iranian regime to respect the legitimate protests and warned that they were watching the developments with concern.

Anti-regime protests have erupted across Iran, with chants of

Tehran University Students Protests

Staff Writer 19 November 2019

By Azita Carlson

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.

Last night, Iranian security forces and plainclothes personnel shut down the doors of Tehran's university. After the doors were blocked, regime forces brutally attacked the imprisoned students and detained dozens of students. The exact number of detainees is not known so far.

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