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Iran Protests Round-Up—Day 65–November 19, 2022

Iran Protests Round-Up—Day 65–November 19, 2022

November 19, 2022: Saturday, November 19, marked the 65th day of nationwide protests against the Iranian regime, which began on September 16. Iran’s protests have expanded to 231 cities and all 31 provinces across the country.

According to reports gathered by the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), the regime has so far killed 600 civilians and arrested 30,000 others. The PMOI/MEK has published the names of 466 killed protesters.

Iran protests round-up—Day 65 | Part 1 | November 19, 2022

November 19, 2022: Protests in Ardabil, Oshnavieh, Isfahan, Baneh, Sanandaj, Bonab, Bandar Abbas, Tabriz, Tehran, Khoy, Damghan, Divandarreh, and Zahedan.

Iran protests round-up—Day 65 | Part 2 | November 19, 2022

November 19, 2022: Protests and strikes in Qods city, Shiraz, Qorveh, Marivan, Malekan, Mahabad, Najafabad, Paveh, Piranshahr, Kamyaran, Karimabad, Golepaygan, Yazd, Zahedan, Sanandaj, and Tabriz.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the president-elect of the NCRI, sent a message about the nationwide uprising of the Iranian people and said: “Day 65 of angry Iran protests saw funerals of Kamal Ahmadipour in Mahabad and slain student, Hamidreza Rouhi, in Tehran. Mourners vowed to avenge the unjustified murders of protesters. Iran Revolution forges ahead until it overthrows the regime and establishes democracy.”

Mrs. Rajavi in another message said: “Khamenei said they would terminate the “riots” and the “hotbeds of evil”. Yes, with the victory of the democratic revolution, the hotbeds of 4 decades of evil crimes by religious fascism will be swept away forever and democracy and people’s sovereignty will be established.“

She added: “Khamenei suffered the most from Iran Protests and democratic Iran Revolution, with “Death to Khamenei,” turning into a national mantra. To soothe his demoralized forces, he said, “The enemy has been defeated, but has new tricks every day.” He should expect heavier blows from youths.”