Iran youth fend off IRGC attacks torch centers of suppression


IRGC – Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps

IRGC – Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps

Iranian youth members of the uprising in various cities fought off Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) attacks and torched government centers of suppression and plunder such as Bassij bases and state-owned banks and vehicles of security forces.

A traffic police center in Karaj and all its vehicles and 15 banks were set ablaze. Drivers stopped their cars to halt traffic on all roads. They could be heard chanting, “Pressure has broken us, we will break this pressure,” “Iranians enough, show spine,” “Rouhani has shame, let go of our pockets.” The protesters also set the Taleghani petrol station on fire.

People in Tehran closed down the shopping mall of Amin Hozour and its stores in solidarity with the protesters. The Ghaem petrol station in Robat Karim in the south of Tehran was also set ablaze. Another government-owned bank in Tehran Pars neighborhood, on Parvin Square, was set on fire.

In Qods Township in Tehran, the local authority, and several banks and government offices were set on fire. Security forces are on high alert and stressed.

The angry people of Soltanabad burned down the city hall and a state-owned bank and shut down the Saveh-Soltanabad road. Mellat Bank was set on fire in Kashani Street in Mallard.

The people in Shiraz torched the Goldasht Moaliabad police precinct. They dumped the cement load of a truck on the highway leading to Shiraz and closed down the traffic artery.

In Sanandaj, the people chanted, “Don’t fear, we are all together,” and protested against the regime. In Tabriz, widespread clashes have erupted between insurgent youth and suppressive forces.

Source » ncr-iran

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