IRGC Cyber division sent out threatening messages to the public today ordering the people not leave home for celebrations and only celebrate inside their homes and in quite.
Iran’s cyber security police, fearing another breakout similar to the one during last January, is trying to prevent any type of street gatherings.
Iranians are celebrating a traditional festivity today called the Chaharshanbe Suri which involves street celebrations and fire festivities.
“Considering the occasion of the last Wednesday of the year and the announcement by the anti-revolution Monafeghing (reference to the Mojahedin Organization) that they are prepared to disturb the security of the country,” said the cyber security police in a message ordering the citizens that, “all people should pay attention that they should celebrate this historical celebration in their homes in peace and complete security.”
“Gather together in homes and cook and eat kebab,” the force orders the people. “Don’t appear in streets and don’t allow your children and youth to use fireworks, or go into streets.”
This way “the celebrations will be a bitter experience for our people.”