Gothenburg, Sweden—January 28, 2023: Freedom-loving Iranians and supporters of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) held a rally in solidarity with the Iranian people’s uprising.
Members of the Iranian community in Gothenburg expressed their utter support of their risen compatriots and vowed to continue echoing their voices, calling for freedom and democracy in Iran.
Furthermore, Iranians demonstrated in Gothenburg to demand the overthrow of the mullahs’ regime. They chanted slogans including, “Death to the oppressor, be it the Shah or a supreme leader!”
The freedom-loving Iranians also urged the international community to stand with the people of Iran and go beyond condemnations by recognizing their rights to self-defense in the face of the regime’s mounting violence.
In their rally, Iranians demanded that the Blacklist the IRGC for Its crimes against the Iranian people and terrorist activities in the region by the European Union.
The MEK supporters also paid tribute to the nationwide uprisings’ martyrs. According to reports tallied by the MEK, over 750 protesters have killed so far.
It is worth to mention that Saturday, January 28, 2023, marked the 135th day of the continuous anti-regime protests across Iran.
Following the brutal and tragic murder of Mahsa Amini in police custody in September 2022, protests erupted in Iran. Soon, demonstrations became political, with citizens blaming the entire regime for all economic and social problems in Iran.
The Iranian people have continued what many consider a revolution in the making, despite the regime’s heavy crackdown. This continuation indicates this uprising is well organized.
MEK and its Resistance Units Network have been acknowledged by many Iranian state media outlets and officials as the driving force behind this uprising.