Feb. 20 Uprising- No. 8  (For vedio click here)

In According to eyewitness reports, Tehran put on a new face on February 20 ,with the city engulfed in flames, smoke, tear gas, pepper spray and gunfire being heard from avenues throughout the city. Fierce fighting has been reported in numerous areas including around the regime’s TV station and Amir-Abad area.

Feb. 20 Uprising- No. 7

as clashes continue in western Tehran

NCRI - Students of Sharif University of Technology clashed with security forces while chanting anti-government slogans.

In Takht Tavous Ave, demonstrators confronted State Security forces, who were firing teargas at them, through chants of “Death to dictator” and hurling of stones. The clash spread into the Yousef-Abad and Amir-Abad districts.

Feb. 20 Uprising- No. 6

In Tehran, people in Mohseni Square are confronting Bassij militia by throwing stones and chanting “Down with Khamenei”.

Brave youths in Sadeghieh district clashed with the regime’s agents, chanting “Down with Khamenei” and “Allah Akbar”, and in Parkway, protesters chanted “Khamenei, it’s time to go”. Azarbaijan Ave. is the site of continuous hit-and-run fighting between brave uprising youth and the regime’s agents. In Vali-e Asr Square, Bassij militias on motorcycles, which rode into the crowds in an attempt to cause fear, were beaten by the protesting youths. Sounds of gunfire are heard from Vali-e Asr and Abass-Abad regions. Demonstrations and clashes are continuing around Azadi (Freedom), Fatemi and Imam Hossein Squares, Eskandari Ave. and Sai’i Park.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian resistance, in a message broadcast by the Iran National TV (INTV) to the people throughout Iran, called on the Iranian people to continue their uprising and to commemorate Sane’ Jhaleh and Mohammad Mokhtari, who were slain in the February 14 uprising. She said: “The people of Iran, especially the youth, who have risen to overthrow the regime, will neither be intimidated nor give up. The uprising of the Iranian nation, which flourished once again on February 14, will soar, and the popular uprising will move on up until the fall of the dictatorship and the triumph of freedom.

The British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom strongly condemns the use of violence by Iran to suppress anti-government protests in Iran earlier this week. It calls for a united international response to the killings of at least two anti-government protestors and the arrest of numerous demonstrators.

By Rt. Hon. Baroness Betty Boothroyd 17 February 2011
The Hill - For many years the Iranian regime has been the world's most infamous abuser of human rights.  Already we have heard in the early part of this year more than 90 people have been executed.  The lives of innocent people are being put at risk, and human life is being ruthlessly violated.

Strasbourg- 16 February 2011


Having congratulated the people of Tunisia and Egypt for their uprisings, Ayatollah Khamenei should not have been surprised that the citizens of Iran took to the streets this week in their hundreds of thousands to protest against his brutal, fascist dictatorship of their country. But nor should we in the West have been surprised that this corrupt gangster and his evil henchman Ahmadinejad returned to form by brutally crushing the uprising, killing and injuring many protesters and arresting hundreds who will no doubt now face torture and execution in the regime's dungeons.

Feb. 14Uprising- No. 13

Mrs Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, described attempts of the religious fascism ruling Iran to prevent the ceremony to pay tribute to Mohammad Mokhtari 22 and Sane' Jaleh, martyrs of the heroic protests of 14 February, and to pretend them as supporters of the regime a wicked act which reveals the regime's fear from the uprooting tempest of the people's uprising. On Tuesday, the same fear was well reflected in the yelling of the clerical regime's thugs in its parliament before the eyes of the whole world.

AP - Activists of the Iranian Resistance Council shout slogans against the government in Iran during a demonstration in front of the Iranian embassy in Berlin, Germany, Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2011. Poster reads 'Yes to a democratic change in Iran with Maryam Rajavi'. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)

Feb. 14Uprising- No. 10

On Monday, 14 February, the faltering clerical regime widely arrested the protestors in fear of the expansion of the popular uprising and frightened by the enthusiastic youth. These suppressive acts extensively rose in the darkness of the night. In some areas the regime's agents cut off the electricity and then attacked the people injuring and beating many.