Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Iran:Latest report on Huge Popular Cyrus Day Great Gatherings in Pasargad&Uprising of Looted People in Tehran&other cities&Maryam Rajavi messages to the Protesters

Maryam Rajavi

Maryam Rajavi: The vast popular move&the regime’s hasty reaction showed the ongoing confrontation between Iran’s nation &a regime,doomed to fall

Hundreds of Checkpoints Set up on Main and Secondary Roads of Pasargad, Many People Arrested
In order to demonstrate national unity against the anti-national and anti-Iranian regime of Velayat-e Faqih, people from different cities of the country started to go to Pasargadae since Friday, October 27 to commemorate Cyrus the Great. In fear of the rally turning into an uprising against the clerical regime, regime officials have taken repressive measures for the past few weeks to prevent this move. These measures have intensified since last week, especially during the past three days:

Iran Regime's Panic and Fear From the Ceremony of Cyrus the Great
Simultaneous to reports of the closure of main road leading to the Cyrus tomb, Friday prayer leaders in the Fars Province (southern Iran) strongly attacked the Ceremony of the Achaemenid king (Cyrus the Great) Day and condemned Israel and the U.S. as “sponsors” of the ceremony.
According to the state-run IRNA news agency, Alireza Siahpur, Director General of Fars Province Road Transport said on Friday, October 27, that part of the Shiraz-Isfahan highway would be blocked on Saturday and Sunday October 28 and 29, due to "repairs". This is the main road leading to the Cyrus Tomb. The ancient Pasargadae is located about 135 kilometers from Shiraz.
Meanwhile, Siahpur announced that drivers who intend to travel from Isfahan to southern Fars province should use alternative routes.
The security forces set up fences around Pasargadae, the Cyrus Tomb, to prevent the gathering of people in this place.
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Massive Repressive Measures Taken by IRGC to Confront the Huge Popular Cyrus the Great Gatherings in Pasargad
In fear of mass demonstrations and mass gatherings in Pasargad on the birthday of Cyrus the Great, the anti-human and anti-Iranian mullahs’ regime has conducted military maneuvers and massive repressive measures in various cities of Fars province, especially the cities and the surrounding areas of Pasargad.
IRGC forces and the Police Force in Pasargad and the surrounding towns have virtually imposed a curfew and have closed all roads leading to Pasargad, even the rural roads, and are preventing the movement of vehicles to Pasargad and return them.
The repressive forces order cars that are going to Shiraz, Tehran or Isfahan to continue their journey from the old way.
The Revolutionary Guards give a statement to all the cars and people who are walking on foot to Pasargad, which it: The illegal gathering in Pasargad on a fake day of October 29th has been planned by the inimical and anti-regime entity outside the country and the perpetrators will be treated according to the law.

Iran Resorts To Crackdown, Fearing Mass Rallies Marking National Day
Heshmat Alavi , CONTRIBUTOR
Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own.
October 29th marks “Cyrus Day” in Iran, commemorating Cyrus the Great, probably the most renowned ruler of ancient Persia.
Last year on this day a large gathering of thousands Iranians sent shockwaves to Tehran, proving to the world Iran’s society remains restive and fiercely opposes the ruling regime.
For the past 48 hours social media activists across Iran have used the hashtag #CyrusDay to post their views and inviting people to the gathering.

Maryam Rajavi
Maryam Rajavi
Maryam Rajavi

On Monday morning, October 23, more than two thousand people, whose property was plundered by institutions affiliated with IRGC, judiciary and other state agencies, rallied in front of the regime's parliament. The repressive police force using batons, assaulted the demonstrators and beat them brutally, and tried to disperse the demonstration in which women played a very active role, but was faced with the resistance of the people.
Protesters chanting slogans “cannon, machine gun and tank does not work anymore”, “death to the dictator”, “I kill whoever killed my brother”
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Maryam Rajavi Hailed Protesters in Tehran and Other Cities, Called on All Iranians to Support Them                                                    

She said, “The courageous chants in today’s demonstrations targeting the heads of the Judiciary and Executive Branch, as well as the suppressive State Security Force and intelligence forces, reflect the Iranian people’s desire for the overthrow of the mullahs’ religious dictatorship.”
Noting the chant “theft has become institutionalized under this regime,” Mrs. Rajavi added, “Institutionalized fraud along with institutionalized murder and belligerence constitute the pillars of the mullahs’ decadent regime. Ali Khamenei and his office hold the strings controlling all the depraved crimes taking place in the country. As long as this regime is in power, there will be no end to the astronomical embezzlement, poverty, unemployment and catastrophic economic conditions.”
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FOX NEWS report:
Anti-regime protests spreading across Iran, says country's opposition                        
According to a report and video from an Iranian opposition group, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), there were more than 2,000 people protesting outside the country’s parliament, known as the Majlis. The protesters who were accosted by the police shouted slogans against the regime:

“Shame, shame on the police force!”
“Death to the dictator.”
“Death to the demagogue.”

Upon police arresting female protesters, the crowd, it reported, shouted more antagonistic chants against the regime.
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More than 2000 plundered investors clashed with Suppressive State Security Forces + Videos & photos
Iran, Oct. 23, 2017 - The up to minute eyewitness report from the Monday's demonstration in front of the regime Majlis (parliament), All time local.
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Orumieh, People Set Ablaze an IRGC Affiliate Basij Force Base e Shohada’ girls’ school in Islamabad district in Orumieh (northwestern Iran), the families of students as well as the people who were supporting them staged a protest rally. In the aftermath of the protests, angry and protesting youth burned down the base of anti-popular Bassij base at the Qods Mosque in that district last night.
In fear of spreading this movement, the regime's officials dispatched IRGC forces and anti-riot units from nearby cities to Orumieh and attacked protesters. During the invasion, a large number of young people were arrested.

23rd, after a 12-year-old girl was raped at the ‘Rah-
The Iranian Resistance hailed the protesting and courageous youth of Orumieh, and called on all the people to stand up against aggressions of the clerical regime against the people of Iran, which has been much worse than any foreign occupation. It also called on the international human rights organizations to take immediate action for the release of the arrested people of Orumieh.
Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
October 24, 2017

Protest gathering of plundered investors in the city of Mashhad

On Tuesday, Oct. 24th, 2017, a large group of investors in the government backed Afzal-Toos financial institution gathered in front of the Ayandeh Bank main building in the northeastern city of Mashhad to protest the government corruption and demand their looted wealth and assets by the Revolutionary Gaurds (IRGC).
The protesters were chanting anti-regime slogans including 'the government must stop embezzlement to solve our problems' and 'the Ayandeh Bank is the center of thieves.'

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