Iran Protests: 19th Day of the Uprising for Regime Change

Source: The NCRI Official Website


Nineteen days have passed since the nationwide Iran protests began against the religious dictatorship in Iran.

Iranian people have made clear with their slogans against the regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and President Hassan Rouhani, and repressive forces including the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC), that they want regime change. The protesters say the regime is the source of corruption and repression in Iran. Tuesday marks the 19th day of the nationwide uprising. Reports by the network of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI), also known as the Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MEK), inside the country say anti-regime demonstrations have taken place in more than 189 cities, and that more than 750 people have been killed, another 4,000 injured and more than 12,000 have been arrested.

Iranian communities abroad and international political and parliamentary figures and human rights defenders are continuing a wave of condemnation of the mass murders and unprecedented crackdown by the regime.


Number of uprising cities: 189

Number of martyrs: At least 750

Number of injured: More than 4,000

Number of detainees: More than 12,000

DECEMBER 3, 2019:

International support of the Iran protests:

Nicholas Burns: Harvard Kennedy School Professor, former American Diplomat and loyal:

The Supreme Leader and Revolutionary Guards are responsible for horrific violence—hundreds of Iranian citizens killed and several thousand wounded and arrested.  This should be universally condemned.

U.S. Senator Rick Scott: Hundreds dead, thousands wounded and detained. This is how the Iranian government responds to peaceful protests. The people of Iran have had enough of the oppressive regime.
The cries for democracy and freedom in Iran are only beginning.

U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley: “The United States is not the enemy of the Iranian people.  In fact, Americans of all backgrounds can’t help but sympathize with those brave protestors seeking a more prosperous, more responsible Iran. The world is watching,”

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Maryam Rajavi, National Council of Resistance of Iran President-elect, wrote on twitter:

The uprising in November showed that the regime is not capable of containing the roaring tides of protests and social rebellion, and that the Iranian people will never give in. The conditions will not revert back to the pre-uprising equilibrium.

Iran news in brief, December 3, 2019

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Newly obtained video from Iran protests:

Mahshahr Khuzestan province, southwest Iran
Footage of the mullahs’ vicious killing spree in this city.
Voice heard saying, “Viva the youth of Jarahi,” referring to a district in Mahshahr. Reports indicate the IRGC killed 40 to 100 locals, and possibly more.

Video shows Iran’s security forces (thugs) vandalizing homes and cars during Iran Protests:

The Iranian regime cut off the Internet to hide its murder of innocent people. Over 750 have been killed, 4,000 injured and 12,000 arrested.

International messages of support for the Iran Protests:

Engel Statement on Iran Protests

Struan Stevenson: Iran uprising recalls bloody parallels with Hungary 


Number of protesters killed: at least 750
Injuries: at least 4,000
Arrested: at least 12,000
Numbers are rising

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Maryam Rajavi: The IRGC has admitted that this uprising has spread to hundreds of cities.

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