Night chants against Khamenei continue in Tehran and slogans are written on walls in Iranian cities

Night chants against Khamenei continue in Tehran and slogans are written on walls in Iranian cities
Night chants against Khamenei continue in Tehran and slogans are written on walls in Iranian cities
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Although more than four months have passed since the nationwide protests in Iran and their widespread repression, different areas of Tehran are still the scene of nightly anti-regime slogans.

Videos posted on social media showed that a number of residents of the capital, including the western Shahran and Ecbatan regions, as well as the eastern Narmak region, continued their night protests on Tuesday evening, January 24.

One of the main centers of protests during this period was the town of Ecbatan, which was repeatedly attacked by the security forces. Video clips showed that the residents of this town chanted from the windows of their homes on Tuesday evening, “Death to Khamenei.”

The slogan against the Iranian guide and the institution of the rule of the jurist resounded in the Shahran region on Tuesday evening, and some residents of these areas chanted “Death to the principle of the rule of the jurist” and “Death to the dictator.”

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According to videos posted on social media, slogans of “Death to Khamenei” and “Death to the dictator” were also chanted in the Narmak district of Tehran on Tuesday evening.

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On the other hand, the writing of slogans against the Iranian regime is expanding significantly. By sending a video clip to Iran International, a citizen in Tehran showed slogans of opponents of the regime on the walls of the streets of the Kisha district and said, “Look at the slogans that adorned Kisha.”

Another video that reached Iran International shows a citizen talking about the continued writing of slogans in Mashhad and the regime’s efforts to erase them.

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