Iran’s nationwide uprising is marking its 203rd day on Thursday following a busy night of intense anti-regime protests and rallies in the capital Tehran. The Iranian people are sending a message to the mullahs’ regime and the world over about their hellbent intentions to overthrow the ruling dictatorship and refusing to back down from taking to the streets for further protests.

Wednesday also witnessed a string of new chemical gas attacks by regime operatives targeting all-girls schools. This is a highly sensitive subject for the Iranian public as innocent children are being targeted by regime operatives and the mullahs know they are walking on thin ice.

People throughout Iran continue to specifically hold the mullahs’ Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei responsible for their miseries, while also condemning the oppressive the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) and paramilitary Basij units, alongside other security units that are on the ground suppressing the peaceful demonstrators.

Protests in Iran have to this day expanded to at least 282 cities. Over 750 people have been killed and more than 30,000 are arrested by the regime’s forces, according to sources of Iranian opposition People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK). The names of 675 killed protesters have been published by the PMOI/MEK.

MEK Resistance Units and protesters in cities across Iran responded with a wave of new anti-regime measures to the mullahs’ latest chemical gas attacks against all-girls schools, and misogynist rules and restrictions imposed on Iranian women regarding their attire and the hijab.

—MEK Resistance Units torched images of regime founder Ruhollah Khomeini and current Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei in Tehran, Jondi Shapour, Sabzevar, and Ardastan.

—Protesters attacked a seminary in Isfahan used by the mullahs’ regime to spread their ideology of hatred, misogyny, and fundamentalism.

—Protesters attacked IRGC paramilitary Basij bases in the cities of Karaj, Qom, Amol, Kuhdasht, Nowshahr, and Semnan.

—Protesters in Tehran and Qom attacked various branches of banks associated to the mullahs’ regime and the IRGC. People accuse these banks of plundering their savings to fund the regime’s belligerence both inside the country and abroad.

Teachers are gathering outside the local Education Departments in the cities of Karaj and Kermanshah on Thursday to protest their poor economic situation and low paychecks.

In Tehran, locals gathered in the capital’s Shahr-e-Ziba district to mark the birthday of a protester killed by the regime during the recent Iran revolution protests. The crowd began to grow in size and people were seen chanting anti-regime slogans, including:
“Down with Khamenei! Damned be Khomeini!”. The latter refers to regime founder Ruhollah Khomeini.
“Down with the dictator!”
“Freedom! Freedom! Freedom!”
“Mojtaba, you will die but never become the [supreme] leader!” referring to Mojtaba Khamenei, the son of Ali Khamenei.
“Khamenei, you murderer! We will bury you!”
“We swear on the blood of our compatriots that we stand to the end!”
“We don’t want a child-killing regime!”
“Down with the child-killing regime!”
“This is the last message: the entire regime is our target!”

The all-girls “Hazrat-e Mahdi Elementary School” in the city of Piranshahr in northwest Iran was the target of a chemical gas attack by regime operatives on Wednesday. Many students were rushed to a hospital to receive medical attention.

Further reports indicate another all-girls school in Sanandaj, the provincial capital of Kurdistan in western Iran, was also targeted in a chemical gas attack by regime operatives. A number of the students are suffering from poisoning as a result. Another such report of a chemical gas attack targeting an all-girls school was reported by local activists in the city of Kuhanjan in Fars Province, south-central Iran.

Iranian opposition coalition NCRI President-elect Maryam Rajavi once again condemned the mullahs’ misogynist policies against Iranian women and emphasized on her policy of saying no to any compulsory religion, compulsory veil, or compulsory worship.

“To the women and girls who are currently being targeted by the cruel crackdown of the mullahs’ regime and the IRGC, especially during the holy month of Ramadan, I want to emphasize that the repression of women under the pretext of hijab has nothing to do with Islam. It is imperative to resist such oppression. Anything that goes against human freedom and free choice is not credible, whether it is compulsory religion, compulsory veil, or compulsory worship,” the NCRI President-elect emphasized.

Locals in various districts across Tehran, including Shahrak-e Bagheri, Narmak, and Punak, and the city of Mashhad in northeast Iran, began chanting anti-regime slogans, including:
“Down with Khamenei! Damned be Khomeini!”
“Down with the dictator!”
“Down with the republic of executions!”

Nurses and assistant nurses of Imam Reza Hospital in Mashhad, northeast Iran, held a gathering on Wednesday protesting the regime’s unjust policies that are delaying and decreasing their paychecks and pensions. A similar gathering was held by medical staff of Mashhad’s Qaem Hospital, while personnel and employees of the city’s Construction Engineering Organization also held a gathering on Wednesday to voice their protests.

Workers of the Darugar Company rallied outside the regime’s Labor Ministry in Tehran on Wednesday protesting not receiving their paychecks for the past four months and insurance pensions for the past six months.

Pensioners and retirees of the regime’s Social Security Organization in Ahvaz, the provincial capital of Khuzestan in southwest Iran, were rallying on Wednesday and protesting high prices, poverty, corruption, inflation, poor living conditions and officials’ refusal to address their demands.

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

She was brutally beaten by the morality police and died of her wounds in a Tehran hospital on September 16. The event triggered protests that quickly spread across Iran and rekindled the people’s desire to overthrow the regime.

Source » mojahedin