Violent Anti-Regime Student Protests Erupts In Iran: “Death to the dictator!” (Video)

Isn’t it amazing that the people who live in terror don’t want it, but people who don’t live in it, want all of us to live under it? Our democrat party.

Let’s not forget that we have friends in Iran too.
Today an anti-regime protest erupted in Iran.

Gaining momentum as the day goes by, the protests signal that the ‎Iranian people are sick and tired of the regime.

Violence erupted on and near university campuses.

It seems that the protests become violent as anti-riot units firing tear gas into the crowd of protesters.


There are chants that can be heard like: “IRGC shame on you! Let go of the country!”

It was not immediately clear who was leading the ‎protests. Iran’s Fars, ISNA and Tasnim news ‎agencies described the demonstrations erupted after the IRGC acknowledged shooting down the Ukraine Int’l Airlines flight.

Iran said on Saturday its military had mistakenly shot down a Ukrainian plane killing all 176 aboard, saying air defenses were fired in error while on high alert in the tense aftermath of Iranian missile strikes on U.S. targets in Iraq.

Iran had previously vigorously denied bringing the plane down. Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, who until Saturday had kept silent about the crash, said information should be made public.

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Natalie Dagenhardt

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