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Iran: Protests Expands Over Mahsa Amini Killing Across the Country

Protest in Tehran by University students against the mullahs’ regime over the brutal murder of Mahsa Amini

Monday, September 19, 2022: Protests continued over the brutal murder of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Kurdish girl, who killed by the criminal suppression forces of the mullahs’ regime. People in different cities of Iran took the streets and protested against entire the mullahs’ regime and demanded its overthrow.

Cities across Iran join anti regime protests over the killing of Mahsa Amini

Tehran: People took to the streets, “Have no fear, we are together,” protesters were chanting.
Anti-riot forces attacked unarmed protesters. Protesters resisted security forces dispatched to quell the demonstration.

Protesters chanted: “This is the last message! The target is the regime!” signaling that they want regime change.

Sanandaj: Protesters were chanting “Death to Khamenei” and “Death to dictator”
A group of women chanted “Have no fear, we are all together”. Footage shows security forces opening fire on and injuring protesters.

Divandarreh, Kurdistan province: Protesters launched major clashes with the regime’s security forces. The anti-riot units sent to disperse the angry crowds were forced to retreat and flee the scenes.

Kamyaran: Security forces beating protesters.
Dehgolan: Protesters tore down a poster of regime founder Ruhollah Khomeini.
Marivan: Women protesting the regime’s hijab rules and “morality police”.
Saqqez: Protests continue despite heavy security presence.

Third day of protests over the killing of Mahsa Amini in Tehran

Protesters push back security forces in demonstrations following Mahsa Amini’s killing

September 19, 2022 — Highlights of protests in Iran

Originally published at on September 20, 2022.



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Masoud Dalvand

Masoud Dalvand


Human rights activist and advocate of democracy, freedom, and justice in Iran.