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Fire Festival celebrations in various cities of the country against the mullahs’

Fire Festival celebrations in various cities of the country against the mullahs’ regime

Tehran: 50 bins were set on fire and a Saderat bank was attacked by the youth
Shiraz: A police car was set on fire. People were chanting: Damn these high prices, mullah, you will be toppled
Ahwaz: Scirmishes of youth with suppressive forces in different parts of the city
Zanjan: Youth threw grenades on repressive forces
Karaj: The sound of handmade bombs and grenades across the city

The brave people and youth in Tehran and various cities across the country celebrated Fire Festival (Chaharshanbe-Suri) face to face of the regime despite the threats of high and low ranking officials, and increasing suppressive measures, and turned it into a scene of protest against the mullahs’ regime. ILNA state news agency reported setting fire on 50 garbage bins in various parts of Tehran. 

In western parts of Tehran, including Hashemi Street, young people welcomed fire festival by setting up fires and hand made bombs. In several instances the State Security Forces’ (SSF) patrols tried but failed to prevent the youth from setting up fires. In Khosh area of former Sina Street, people let fire across the street and cracked grenades and fireworks. Police did not dare to approach the youth.

Central Tehran, including a Istanbul intersection was busy, and firecrackers were exploding. In Nishabour Square, people raised an air balloon. Some people set up fire on their rooftops.
In northern Tehran, at 20:30, the youth attacked the Saderat bank branch in this area.

In Lavasan, people welcomed Fire Festival by setting large fire and exploding firecrackers. Police patrols did not dare to approach the young protesters.

In Ma’aly Abad district of Shiraz, people were chanting: Damn these high prices, mullah, you will be toppled. Brave young men set fire to a police car on Chamran Street before a special unit came to the scene. 

In Zanjan, fireworks started from 17:00h. The suppressive forces were deployed in the streets at one meter apart from each other. Even army officers were used to assist the repressive forces, but the young threw grenades at their feet.
In the city of Karaj, fireworks became more widespread after the sunset and sound bombs and hand grenades could be heard from different parts of the city. SSF and plainclothes refrained from approaching the assembly points out of fear.

In Ahwaz, the city was crowded. In Kian Pars district, SSF agents had tried unsuccessfully to disperse the youths. Young people in various parts had skirmishes with mercenaries. People, especially in Golestan district - Saat Square, Lashkarak and railroad were firing in the air.

In Sanandaj, the mullahs’ regime deployed special anti-riot unit and other suppressive agents in various parts of the city, and established an undeclared martial law. A significant part of mercenary soldiers have been deployed to Sanandaj from Kermanshah.

 
Fire Festival celebrations in various cities of the country against the mullahs’ regime

Tehran: 50 bins were set on fire and a Saderat bank was attacked by the youth
Shiraz: A police car was set on fire. People were chanting: Damn these high prices, mullah, you will be toppled
Ahwaz: Scirmishes of youth with suppressive forces in different parts of the city
... Zanjan: Youth threw grenades on repressive forces..


 Karaj: The sound of handmade bombs and grenades across the city

The brave people and youth in Tehran and various cities across the country celebrated Fire Festival (Chaharshanbe-Suri) face to face of the regime despite the threats of high and low ranking officials, and increasing suppressive measures, and turned it into a scene of protest against the mullahs’ regime. ILNA state news agency reported setting fire on 50 garbage bins in various parts of Tehran.

In western parts of Tehran, including Hashemi Street, young people welcomed fire festival by setting up fires and hand made bombs. In several instances the State Security Forces’ (SSF) patrols tried but failed to prevent the youth from setting up fires. In Khosh area of former Sina Street, people let fire across the street and cracked grenades and fireworks. Police did not dare to approach the youth.

Central Tehran, including a Istanbul intersection was busy, and firecrackers were exploding. In Nishabour Square, people raised an air balloon. Some people set up fire on their rooftops.
In northern Tehran, at 20:30, the youth attacked the Saderat bank branch in this area.




 In Lavasan, people welcomed Fire Festival by setting large fire and exploding firecrackers. Police patrols did not dare to approach the young protesters.

In Ma’aly Abad district of Shiraz, people were chanting: Damn these high prices, mullah, you will be toppled. Brave young men set fire to a police car on Chamran Street before a special unit came to the scene.

In Zanjan, fireworks started from 17:00h. The suppressive forces were deployed in the streets at one meter apart from each other. Even army officers were used to assist the repressive forces, but the young threw grenades at their feet.
In the city of Karaj, fireworks became more widespread after the sunset and sound bombs and hand grenades could be heard from different parts of the city. SSF and plainclothes refrained from approaching the assembly points out of fear.

In Ahwaz, the city was crowded. In Kian Pars district, SSF agents had tried unsuccessfully to disperse the youths. Young people in various parts had skirmishes with mercenaries. People, especially in Golestan district - Saat Square, Lashkarak and railroad were firing in the air.

In Sanandaj, the mullahs’ regime deployed special anti-riot unit and other suppressive agents in various parts of the city, and established an undeclared martial law. A significant part of mercenary soldiers have been deployed to Sanandaj from Kermanshah.
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