Isfahan massive demonstration against the Iranian regime corruption
Isfahan massive demonstration against the Iranian regime corruption went in its second day on Wednesday.
The people rallied to protest against the poverty and unemployment which is the result of the Iranian regime’s corruption and the declining economic situation.
Hundreds of people are demonstrating now in the Amir-Kabir industrial complex (Shapour) of Isfahan, and chanting: ” “Khamenei, shame on you, let go of the country”
“Proud bazaar merchants, support, support”
“No to Gaza, no to Lebanon, my life for Iran”
Youths showing no fear in the face of security forces. Voice says skirmishes are far more intense than yesterday and more security units have also been dispatched.
Footages showing protesters setting tires on fire and blocking a road as they continue their anti-regime rally.
The protesters are chanting “Any Iranian who remains silent is committing treason” and are calling on their compatriots to support them in their cause.
Security forces attacked the protesters to disperse them, but the demonstrators confronted the police and resisted the crackdown. Protests continue at this hour.
Yesterday on July, 30 following a new round of demonstrations in Iran Reuters reported:
“Videos on social media showed hundreds of people rallying in Isfahan in central Iran, and Karaj near Tehran, in protest at high prices caused in part by the rial’s devaluation under heightened U.S. pressure.”