Iran: Protest Gatherings Against The Unpatriotic Agreement With China


Written by
Hamideh Taati

The signing of an unpatriotic pact between the Iranian regime and China has sparked a wave of public protests against the plundering of Iran’s national resources, even within the regime’s factions. Yesterday and today, hundreds of patriotic and freedom-loving Iranians, particularly youths and especially women, took to the streets in Tehran, Isfahan, Karaj, Gilan, and other cities to protest the deceitful agreement.

Yesterday, a protest rally was held in Tehran in front of the mullahs’ parliament and in Karaj and other cities in front of the regime governor’s offices. The protesters denounced the agreement, comparing it with the “Treaty of Turkmenchay,” according to which the Qajar kings ceded Iran’s territories in the Caucasus to Russia in February 1828. Expressing their disgust with this treacherous agreement, the protesters chanted, “Iran is not for sale,” “Death to those who are selling out our homeland,” and “We will fight, we will die, we will take back Iran.” According to the media reports, as part of the new agreement, part of Iran’s territory and Iranian maritime resources will be handed over to China for 25 years.

Yesterday, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), wrote in her Twitter account: The anti-Iranian mullahs’ regime auctioned the resources and properties of the people of Iran in a 25-year pact with China. The mullahs only think of preserving their religious dictatorship, which Khomeini said was of utmost importance. He said they could even forsake the precepts of Islam to preserve the regime. Therefore, the mullahs do not care less about protecting the Iranian people’s assets and resources.


Iran: Protest Gatherings Against The Unpatriotic Agreement With China

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