Fifteenth day of the uprising for regime change

Iran has been rocked with nationwide protests for regime change for the past two weeks. The nationwide uprising extended into its fifteenth consecutive day on Friday, November 29.

Tehran and other cities are witnessing ongoing protests as the Iranian people have risen for regime change in at least 180 cities across the country, with at least 450 killed and over 4,000 people injured by the regime’s oppressive security forces. Reports also indicate more than 10,000 protesters have been arrested.

Protesters are demanding the overthrow of the Iranian regime and targeting its Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, President Hassan Rouhani and the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) as the source of corruption and economic and social problems and lack of freedom and fundamental rights.

Highlights of the uprising:

Number of uprising cities: 180

Number of martyrs: At least 450

Number of injured: More than 4,000

Number of detainees: More than 10,000

NOVEMBER 29, 2019:

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi president elect the NCRI wrote on twitter:

Many of those detained during the Iran uprising face torture, forced confessions and executions. In these circumstances, the dispatch of international fact-finding missions to visit Iranian prisons is even more imperative.

The nationwide uprising raging across Iran has dark and bloody parallels with the Hungarian uprising of 1956, when tens of thousands of students, leaderless at first, took to the streets of Budapest and were fired on by State Security Police.

Update on Iran
-Eyewitness reports indicate youths in Shahriar (west of Tehran) clashed with security forces on Thursday, November 28
-Gunfire heard in Tehran’s Sadeghiyeh district on Thursday night

Using torture to extract confessions and forcing those detained to take part in television interviews are routine practices under the (Iran) mullahs’ rule. These practices are egregious Human Rights Violations and must be condemned by the international community

Tehran’s new plan to clamp down on internet access in Iran

The Iranian regime’s communications ministry has told all subsets of the executive branch to create an Excel spreadsheet of “all foreign websites and online services” they need and send it to the National Information Network (NIN) administration. NIN is a state-run intranet that will have very limited interface with global online services that are beyond the Iranian regime’s control.

Source » ncr-iran

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