On Thursday and Friday, February 1 and 2, people in different cities of Iran expressed their hatred of the Iranian regime, despite the vigilance and alertness of the repressive forces. The people of Tehran and many cities came to the streets, chanted slogans of death to Khamenei, death to the dictator and burned down images and banners of Khamenei and Khomeini, as well as many government and repression centers.
On February 1, protests by workers and other deprived groups continued.
People in Tehran, Sanandaj, Ahvaz, Kermanshah, Isfahan, Zarrin Shahr, Shahrood, Hamedan, Tuyserkan, Mashhad, Dorood, Arak, Maragheh, Yazd, Rasht, rallied while chanting “Death to the Dictator,” clashing with IRGC forces.
At the Vali Asr intersection in Tehran, the police force attacked the people at sunset. The youths continued their gathering, rallies, chanting slogans, death to the Dictator and clashed with regime forces.
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On the evening of February 2, various cities of the country witnessed demonstrations and clashes between people and repressive forces.
In Ahvaz, youth chanted the slogans of death to Khamenei, death to the dictator, and noble Iranian, support, support. The guards shot to disperse the people.
In Tehran, in Daneshjou Park, people were defending themselves by throwing stones against the forces’ attack. The forces arrested a number of protesters.
On Tehran’s Parkway Street, a group of people chanted slogans against Rouhani, the clerical regime President.
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In Azadi Square of Kermanshah, people rallied with the slogans of death of Khamenei, death to the dictator. Plainclothes agents arrested a boy and two young girls. The repressive force did not even allow people to use cell phones.
In Boroujerd, young people burned Khomeini’s picture in Khomeini square.
The youth of Bojnourd burned images of Khamenei.
In Meshkinshahr, the people and youth protested with the slogan “Death to the dictator.”
In Mashhad, people clashed widely with the regime’s mercenaries.
In various cities, the people burning Khomeini’s pictures expressed their hatred of the dictatorship in the 40th year of the occupation of the regime in Iran.
The new round of strike of the Haft Tapeh sugar cane workers went on for the fourth day. The police force went to the site to prevent the spread of protests outside the factory and the city.
In Qazvin, a group of workers rallied in front of the governorate in protest of the non-payment of their salaries for several months.
In Boein Zahra (Qazvin), workers of the Arian Steel Plant protested for the second time in front of the tax office in the city against the firing of 500 factory workers, as well as taxing the workers’ pockets.