For the fourth day in a row, massive demonstrations have taken place in Iran after the annexation of new major cities to protest the killing of a young woman by Iranian police, Mahsa Amini, after her arrest under the pretext of not complying with the mandatory wearing of the hijab. Iranian authorities.
The cities of Tabriz, Shiraz, Ilam, Hamadan, Sabzevar, Qazvin, Qom, Zanjan and Kerman joined the mass protests in Iran, and there were chants against the regime and demands for the departure of its symbols led by Supreme Leader Khamenei. these chants: Death to the dictator and death to Khamenei.
Videos circulating on social media showed an escalation in clashes between Iranian security forces and protesting demonstrators in the northwestern Iranian city of Tabriz after the city joined today’s mass protests. In Qazvin, videos obtained by Iran International show protesters in the city in northern Iran attacking an Iranian police vehicle. An Iranian citizen in Qazvin also sent a video to Iran International in which he says protesters set fire to a bus for security forces. In Tehran, a video clip obtained by Iran International showed Iranian security forces fired tear gas on the Tehran subway to disperse protesters. The demonstrators responded to the security forces with a chant: “Oh, without honor, you are without honor.”
“Death to Hezbollah,” protesters chanted in the Keshavarz district of the Iranian capital Tehran. A widely shared video of protests in the Iranian capital Tehran shows angry protesters blocking Hafez Street, one of the capital’s main streets, to prevent security forces from approaching the demonstrators and dispersing their crowd. Among the chants of demonstrators in the Iranian capital Tehran: “We have a year of blood ahead of us, and we will witness the fall of the guide.” demonstrators in the city of Shiraz, southern Iran, and using live bullets to disperse protesters and chasing them through the elements on bicycles. Tens of thousands of protesters also took to the city of Hamedan, western Iran, on their first day. Protesters in the northeastern Iranian city of Mashhad attacked an ambulance used by security forces to detain protesters.
University students organized protest rallies at several different universities, chanting anti-regime slogans, and several students kicked a photo of Iranian leader Ali Khamenei. Photos and videos posted on social media show that on Tuesday, September 20, “gatherings were organized at the universities of Tehran, Alam, Sanat and Shahid Beheshti.” In videos posted about the protests at the University of Science and Sanat, protesting students chanted “Dishonorable, Dishonorable” to Basij members who were intent on disrupting their gathering. Students from Al-Khwarizmi University in Karaj in northern Iran put forward the slogan: “Years of crimes… Death to wilayat al-Faqih” and “Death to Khamenei.” Significantly, Mahsa Amini’s death after being attacked by members of the “Guiding Patrol” caused many reactions, which eventually led to mass protests in the streets, and served as the spark that brought the fire out from under the ashes.