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Amid growing public outrage, 7 IRGC Basij bases targeted by Iran’s defiant youth

In recent days, eight suppressive centers including seven IRGC Basij bases have been targeted by the defiant and rebellious youths.
In recent days, eight suppressive centers including seven IRGC Basij bases have been targeted by the defiant and rebellious youths.

Reporting by PMOI/MEK

Iran, September 26, 2020—In recent days, IRGC Basij bases in Khorramabad, Shiraz, Mashhad, Najafabad, Kazeroun, and a center focused on promoting fundamentalism in Karaj were torched by the brave young generation of Iran.

The Basij are the most hated suppressive paramilitary force inside Iran and a subsidiary of the terrorist designated IRGC. Its main role is to preserve the mullahs’ rule through the crackdown of protests and demonstrations, such as the nationwide November 2019 uprising.

Simultaneously, in various districts of Tehran such as Robatkarim and Eslamshahr images and banners of the Iranian regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and Qassem Soleimani, the commander of the IRGC Quds Force and head of the mullahs’ extraterritorial terrorist attacks, who was killed in Iraq on January 3 by a U.S. drone airstrike.

These activities reflect the public outrage and dissent toward the regime and underscore the blazing readiness of the Iranian people to overthrow the mullahs and establish a democratic state.

 

September 25, 2020-Rebellious Youth Target Irgc Basij Bases

 

Expansion of MEK’s internal network

In recent months, many Iranian regime officials have warned for the explosive state of the society and named the powder-keg situation of the society.

During the prayers on Friday September 25, the most important political stage of the mullahs’ regime in Iran, many representatives of Khamenei expressed their fear for the growing support of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).

According to the terrorist Quds Force-affiliated Tasnim News Agency, on Friday September 25, Mohammad Ebadizadeh, Friday prayer imam of Bandar Abbas warned that the regime is facing a all-out conspiracy and said, “One day they raised the hashtag of no to executions, the other day they mention the issue of hijab to set a war for the country through the most small subjects and unfortunately some youths get involved in it.”

He was referring to MEK’s daily online campaigns against the executions in Iran and the spread of messages in the country through its internal network, the Iranian Resistance Units.

The Resistance Units continue to expand their anti-regime activities across the country. In recent days, in addition to Tehran, the Resistance Units continued their campaigns calling for regime change in cities such as Isfahan, Shiraz, Rasht, Mashhad, Hamadan, Arak, Kermanshah, Nishapur, Qazvin, and Sanandaj.

They held up signs and took to graffiti with anti-regime slogans and messages of Iranian Resistance leader Massoud Rajavi, and President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) Maryam Rajavi. They also continued to pay homage to Iranian wrestling champion Navid Afkari, who was executed on September 12 by the mullahs for taking part in protests back in August 2018.

The Resistance Units also commemorated MEK’s historic protests on September 27, 1981, in Tehran where young students chanted ‘down with Khomeini’ for the first time. This was a historic protest where Khomeini’s authority was challenged for the first time. On that day Khomeini’s suppressive forces gunned down more than 1,100 students and teenagers who held protest rallies in Tehran.

The slogans of the Resistance Units read:

“The Supreme Leader’s end is near”

“Since 1981 until today the revolt for freedom continues”

“Long live freedom”

“The only solution to prevent executions is to revolt and protest”

“Rise up to avenge Navid’s execution”

“Down with Khamenei, hail to Rajavi”