Iran uprising: Iran on the verge of revolution
A report from "The Sun"
Iran upraising: Iran on the verge of revolution, death or freedom slogan of protests against the Iranian regime
Iran upraising: Crowds chanted ‘death to the dictator’ as tensions flared
“The Sun” 8 August 2018, wrote about the Iran upraising and spread of demonstrations and protests by the Iranian people and the burning up of the uprising in Iranian cities, Since August 2, people have taken to the streets of Iran chanting “Death to the Dictator” in angry demonstrations against the tyrannical government and the Islamic Republic’s sluggish economy.
Last Friday, a young man was shot dead by regime forces in Karaj outside of capital Tehran while a large number of protesters were arrested, according to resistance units.
On Sunday, demonstrators clashed with government forces across the city while chanting: “High prices and inflation, misery of the people.
“Death to high prices. Do not be afraid. Do not be afraid. We are all together. Honorable Iranians, support, support.”
They also shouted: “Death or Freedom.”…..
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Speaking with The Sun Online, Shahin Gobadi, a spokesman of National Council of Resistance for Iran, said disgruntled Iranians see revolution as the “only solution”.
He said: “The continuation and the frequency of the protests throughout 2018, despite the imposition of pervasive suppression and daily arrests and executions designed to intimidate the public, vividly reflects one reality.
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“The growing sentiment among the Iranians that the only solution is a regime change by the people. “The Iranian people and resistance units are more determined than ever to bring down the regime.
“The clerical regime is fast moving towards the precipice and the mullahs’ overthrow has never been so tangible and within reach…
The world should realise this reality and should stand on the side of the Iranian people on their quest for freedom and democracy.”
“Our revolution’s aim wasn’t to support dirty (Hezbollah leader) Hassan Nasrallah and we can be oppressed here. Enough.”…