Belgium, (Brussels Morning Newspaper) In Ahvaz, southwest Iran, regime operatives launched a chemical gas attack targeting the all-girls Kowsar and Setayesh schools, leaving a number of students ill.
Iran’s uprising marked its 177th day on Saturday as defiant youth continued their anti-regime activities aimed at shattering the wall of repression.
In Bandar Abbas, southern Iran Protesters torched a base of the regime’s IRGC paramilitary Basij forces.
In Tehran, in broad daylight, a large Banner was installed by courageous girls on Hemat and Tavanir highways calling youths for an uprising on the occasion of the upcoming Persian Fire Festival On the 13Th, 14Th, and 15Th of March.
In Shiraz Southwestern Iran MEK affiliated resistance units targeted the regime’s judicial electronic services office as a response to the poisoning of female students.
Today In Tehran Clinic Hospital personnel rallied and protested the regime’s corrupt policies.
Various medical personnel in the cities of Tehran and Ilam began rallying on Saturday morning and protesting the regime’s corrupt policies in their field of work and related industries. The protesters were chanting slogans against the regime’s Health Minister and demanding his resignation.
A group of workers of the Haft Tappeh Sugarcane Company in Khuzestan Province, southwest Iran, held a gathering today to protest the company officials’ refusal to address their demands. In other news, regime operatives launched a chemical gas attack targeting the all-girls Kowsar and Setayesh schools in the city of Ahvaz, the capital of Khuzestan Province, leaving a number of students ill.
Last night people in Tehran’s Shahrak-e Bagheri and Narmak districts began chanting anti-regime slogans, including:
“Death to Khamenei! Damned, be Khomeini!”
“Death to the dictator!”
“Death to the IRGC!”
“Death to the child-killing regime!”
In response to MEK’s call inside Iran for the continuation of the uprising against the mullahs’ regime, resistance youths are getting ready for the Persian Fire Festival.
In another development, today, in a major summit in Washington, DC, Vice President Mike Pence, Gen. Wesley Clark, former Supreme Allied Commander, Europe, Govs. Gary Locke and Sam Brownback, and Senator Robert Torricelli spoke on the need for a new policy in Iran and underscored the role of the MEK Resistance Units in carrying the torch in the struggle to overthrow the regime.
They rejected any return to the monarchic dictatorship of the past and called for the establishment of a democratic, secular, and democratic republic in Iran, and voiced support for the 10-point plan of NCRI’s President-elect Maryam Rajavi, who spoke to the Summit live via satellite. Some 1,000 leaders of the Iranian community attended the summit, as did the MEK members in Ashraf-3, Albania, who joined remotely.
- Days: 177
- Protests: 282 cities
- Fatalities: 750+ estimated deaths, 664 identified by MEK
- Detentions: 30,000