3,000 University Students Protest Regime in Iran (Video)

The Shiraz students are chanting, “Long live freedom!”

More than 3,000 students protested against the regime at Shiraz University in Iran.
The students have been protesting daily for the last 9 days.
Here is one of the many video clips that the students are loading on the internet:
(33 seconds)

The brave students at Shiraz University continued their protests against the regime yesterday- the 9th day of continuing protests. They continued their chants against the Iranian regime.
Iran Focus and The Washington Times reported on the

Nine consecutive demonstrations at Shiraz University continued yesterday, with more than 3,000 students, Shahin Gobadi, a spokesman for the group, said in a telephone interview from Paris.

” We are men and women of fighting, dare to fight and we will fight back, ” students chanted at Shiraz University, according to the spokesman. “To the commander of garrison, this is the final warning: The student movement is ready for the uprising.”

In January, more than 2,000 students in Tehran University demonstrated against the government with chants of “Down with despotism.”

Security forces raided the rally, injured 60 students and arrested more than 40.

Ardeshir Arian at Pajamas Media reported earlier this week that central Iran has been paralyzed by the student protests.

The Turkish Weekly has just reported that at least 12 of the students were arrested today.

Previously:
Shiraz Students Threaten Iranian Regime– Promise Uprising! (Video)
Student Uprising!… Protests Continue Against Regime In Iran

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