Demonstrations and protests returned to their momentum in Tehran, Karaj, Rasht, and Mashhad, and the demonstrators closed the streets in these cities and continued chanting slogans against the regime and its Supreme Leader, on Monday evening, until the early hours of Tuesday morning.
Night demonstrations broke out in a number of Iranian cities, chanting anti-regime slogans, while protesters burned the headquarters of the Basij and a picture of Qassem Soleimani in the city of Qom.
The central areas of the Iranian capital, Tehran, including Revolution Square (Inhelab Square), Jamalzadeh, Shariati Metro, the Ariashahr and Ekbatan neighborhoods, the Oil neighborhood (Shahrak Neft) and Chitgar in the west of the capital, as well as the Golshahr, Johordasht and Gulsar neighborhoods in the city of Karaj, the capital of Alborz province, west of Tehran, and Al-Moallem Street. In the city of Rasht, the capital of Gilan Province in northern Iran, and some neighborhoods in the city of Mashhad in northeastern Iran, in addition to other cities.
And different areas of the Iranian capital, Tehran, witnessed, on Monday, A new way of protesting, as citizens chanted slogans from balconies and windows against the Iranian regimeVoices shouted “Death to the dictator”, “Death to Khamenei”, “Death to the Revolutionary Guard”, “Death to the Basij” and “Our ISIS is the Basij and the Iranian Revolutionary Guard”.
These protests included the neighborhoods of Sattar Khan, Shahrak Naft, Southern Shahin, Shahran, Salsabil, Sadatabad, and Darband.
At the same time, sporadic protests were witnessed in neighborhoods in Mashhad, Iran’s second largest city. Protesters chanted nightly slogans and wrote anti-regime slogans on city buses.
And from Mashhad to Kermanshah in western Iran, where the largest Kurdish city in Iran witnessed sporadic protest gatherings in its various neighborhoods.
The protests in Iran have not stopped since their launch on September 16, under the slogan “Woman, Life, Freedom”, after the killing of Mahsa Amini in the custody of the morality police.
The spark of protests reached at least 161 Iranian cities, and at least 460 demonstrators, including dozens of children and women, were killed.
While the authorities arrested about 20,000 people, and sentenced 41 protesters to death on charges of “harassment,” two of them carried out the sentence, which sparked international and international outrage.
The Iranian authorities also resorted to various types of repression to quell the nationwide protests.