Iran Uprising-No. 18 ..The uprising gets more widespread on the fourth day

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Iran Uprising-No. 18
The uprising gets more widespread on the fourth day
Burning of government vehicles in Tuyserkan and Kermanshah






The scope of the uprising against the mullahs’ regime continues to spread and includes vaster parts of Iran.
In Tuyserkan, the people booed the anti-riot unit that was making a lot of noise to intimidate the people. The regime’s mercenaries threw tear gas to disperse the protesters. The people burned a government vehicle in front of the governorate.
In Doroud, the brave people are demonstrating while chanting “death on the dictator”, and “Vigilant people, Support, Support”, and “Fellow citizens, we are waiting for you.
In Tehran, in the Enqelab (Revolution) Square, the police attacked the people who were chanting “Death to Dictator”; however, it turned to a clash. At the University of Tehran, while the security forces are stationed in front of the university, the students are chanting “No embezzlement, No JCPOA, just Resistance”.

At Azadi Square in Kermanshah, the police attacked the crowd and it turned to clashes. The criminal IRGC forces severely beat and injured the youth. A government vehicle was burnt by protesters.
In Ardabil, the anti-riot guards attacked the protesters at the Khomeini intersection. 

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
December 31, 2017



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