Courageous youth in Azadi Square took down Khamenei's banner. The repressive forces tried to disperse the people by tear gas. The protesters chanted “Bastard, bastard!” IRGC Brigadier General Mohsen Rezaee, secretary of the Expediency Council, and former head of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, fearful of the Iranian people's uprising said: "The problem of high cost and the challenge of financial and credit institutions is serious ... In any protest, it may be possible that hypocrites (referring to PMOI) and seditionists intrude but the people do not repeat their slogans, in return, the government and the parliament have to solve the problems. Inefficiencies cannot be compensated by words."
This evening, on the third day of nationwide uprising of the Iranian people, the Revolutionary Guards opened fire on the demonstration of brave people of Doroud and killed at least two protesters. This inhuman crime occurred while the IRGC forces failed to disperse protesters by tear gas and beating. The names and particulars of the martyrs will be announced later.
Following the Saturday morning demonstration of Tehran University students and protests by people and the youth in various parts of Tehran, Rouhani’s Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli called the gatherings unlawful and begged the people "not to participate in such unlawful gatherings because they cause trouble for themselves and other citizens.”
Also, the Provincial Council of Tehran held a meeting. Mohsen Hamedani, Deputy Governor of Tehran's Provincial Security Council, said about the protests of the people of Tehran: "On Enghelab Ave, between Enghelab Sq. and Vali-e Asr intersection, some unlawful gatherings were formed. However, in cooperation with the police we are going to control them.”
The protests across different cities of the country, including Ahvaz, Rasht, Sari, Hamedan, Qom, Qazvin, Sabzevar, Bojnourd, Isfahan, Shiraz, Karaj, Quchan and Zahedan, continued overnight despite demonstrations and clashes all day Friday.
By the sunset, Basij mercenaries attacked protesters in an organized way and arrested the people or brutally beat them in many cities. On the other hand, people identified mercenaries and spies and introduced them to each other.
The Iranian regime, described by many as the number one state sponsor of terrorism, has profited greatly from the Iran nuclear deal. The deal was put in place to curb the nuclear threat emanating from Iran, but many believe this is not the case. In fact, even President Donald Trump has said that it has the opposite effect – it gives Iran the tools to move towards a nuclear weapon.
The President of France, Emmanuel Macron, said earlier this week that he was going to remain steadfast with regards to Iran and its belligerence in the Middle East and with regards to its ballistic missile program.
His comments were made at the start of his trip to the United Arab Emirates. The two-day trip was packed with events such as the opening of a new museum. The trip is to end with an economic forum in Dubai and he participated in talks with the Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan regarding the geopolitical situation.
London - Iran’s largest “private” airline company is actually being run by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and its militant Qods Force, according to a new report by the Iranian Resistance.
The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) stated that Mahan Air, dubbed Iran’s largest commercial airliner, is far from private or commercial. In fact, the airline company is a tool for the Iranian Regime’s interference across the Middle East, including supplying arms to proxy terrorist groups like Hezbollah, and transporting troops into Syria to fight on behalf of the Bashar Assad dictatorship.
By Carlo Muñoz Iraqi Vice President Osama al-Nujaifi, the top government official representing the country’s Sunni minority, on Tuesday denied claims that Baghdad is pressing the Trump administration to directly arm and train the country’s Sunni militias to counter the growing influence of Iranian-backed Shia paramilitaries.Speaking to reporters after a speech at the Washington-based U.S. Institute for Peace, Osama al-Nujaifi said he had not come to lobby the U.S. government for military support on behalf of Iraq’s Sunni armed groups.