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Iran Protests Round-Up—Day 68–November 22, 2022

Iran Protests Round-Up—Day 68–November 22, 2022

November 22, 2022: Tuesday, November 22, marked the 68th day of nationwide protests against the Iranian regime, which began on September 16. Iran’s protests have expanded to 243 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 625 civilians and arrested 30,000 others. The PMOI/MEK has published the names of 485 killed protesters.

Iran protests round-up—Day 68 | November 22, 2022

November 22, 2022: Protests in Tehran, Urmia, Eslamshahr, Andimeshk, Babol, Bushehr, Sanandaj, Javanrud, Dezful, Dehgolan, Zahedan, Shar-e Rey, Mahallat, Karaj, Marivan, Mohr, Nasimshahr, Piranshahr, Baneh, Bukan, Ravansar, Shahreza, and Kamyaran.

People in the city of Andimeshk in Khuzestan Province, southwest Iran, launched a demonstration and began chanting anti-regime slogans. Authorities immediately dispatched security forces to the scene and began quelling the protests.

Student protests in Iran | November 22, 2022

Student protests in Kurdistan University (Sanandaj), Sharif University (Tehran), Iran University of Science and Technology (Tehran), and Persian Gulf University (Bushehr).

Iran’s regime has killed over 600 protesters—their funerals have become anti-regime rallies

Since the beginning of Iran’s latest uprising, the regime has resorted to brute force to quell protests.
Security forces have murdered more than 600 civilians, including dozens of children. But the regime has not been able to stop the protests. The funerals of murdered protesters have become anti-regime rallies.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the president-elect of the NCRI, sent a message about the nationwide uprising of the Iranian people and said: “Resistance, self-defense for freedom, and to overthrow this misogynistic regime are the inalienable rights of Iranian women. In my capacity in the NCRI, and as a Muslim woman, I repeat, “No to the compulsory veil, no to compulsory religion, & no to a compulsory government.”