The demonstrations in Iran are getting increasingly violent

Iran Protests: The demonstrations in Iran are getting increasingly violent, and there are no signs of deescalation.

Activist Masih Alinejad is receiving countless videos of the protests in Iran, and she gives us a better sense of what is happening on the ground.



Updated: December 18, 2019 — 6:10 pm
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Those who make peaceful revolution impossible make violent insurrection inevitable – sadly the Iranian government has ignored this warning from history for too long and brought peril to itself and the Iranian people.

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“ISLAM” is not meant for women . It is disgrace , insult n abuse to human rights of women ? How can any civilised society tolerate such discrimination for ages now ?

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What is happening is the brutal oppression of the people by the regime and its vicious thugs! I hope the Canadian government takes direct action against regime lobbyist in Canada such as @icjournalpage
#IslamicRegimeMustGo

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A problem in Iran is the religion…ISLAM….1400 years being paralyzed by fabricated religion as DAESH ISLAM……1400 years of being under the most oppressive religion…ISLAM….Iran will go into civil war with Kurdistan independence = Azerbaijan separation….

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The protest will go …nowhere….. as there is no exit…..no alternative here….a religion under question…why Iranians are Muslims….by choice or force…..Turkey, as a country is worry b c of Iranian Kurdistan….if separate than entire Iraq/Syrian Kurds, will joint

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Masih is right and the most known mullah‘s regime supporter in north america and canada is NIAC… they kill people to cover their own bloody business unless without Internet now Iran has became a massive jail of freedom
#IranProtests

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Most of your people will still follow Islam if they don’t have to.

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اگه ریش و سیبیل بذاری کپ رهبر میشی

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This is why I watch your clips, Natasha. Networks here in the US don’t put on guests like Alinejad. Thank you!

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Thank you so much Masih Alinejad. Natasha Thanks to you too .please invite prince @PahlaviReza also.

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I feel upset…thats one country with so many wonderful people who deserved a better life

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Thank you so very much! As same as always, you’ve been the only, but strong_enough vocie of Iranians in Canadian media! Canadian_Iranians are grateful for your conscience and never forget your priceless help!

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Great “get.” On a technical note, props to whoever was in the control room smoothly going to B-roll of Khamenei and the burning bank when Masih brought up those topics. (I assume this was live.)

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Thanks Natasha to spreading our voice, the protesters fighting against Islamic dictatorship it’s not for just fuel price

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Good to see Ms Alinejad acknowledging that the protest is against totality of Islamic Republic system but falling short of saying that people demand for return of monarchy to Iran with Prince Reza Pahlavi as rightful monarch. Thank you Natasha for posting this clip.