Reported by PMOI/MEK
Iran, Dec. 9, 2018 - On Saturday morning, on the occasion of Iran’s Students Day, a group of students demonstrated at the entrance of Tehran University for their rights. The demonstrators were calling on other students to join and support them.
The Iranian regime’s security forces tried to prevent the students from holding their gathering but were met with resistance by the demonstrators.
At the same time, the students of Tarbiat Moallem University held a demonstration
The students of arts and architecture from Tehran’s Azad University also held a demonstration. The students held banners in support of the students of Polytechnic University who demonstrated on December 4 and were suppressed by security forces. “Polytechnic is not alone,” the banners of the students read.
In Tabriz, the students of Tabriz University chanted slogans and prevented Masoud Pezeshkian, the deputy chairman of the regime’s parliament, from delivering a speech at their university.
In this regard, Tasnim, a news agency with ties to the terrorist IRGC Quds Force, reported, “In the midst of Pezeshkian’s speech, a group of students started chanting slogans. Pezeshkian was forced to leave the auditorium without finishing his speech or answering the questions of the students.”
Again in Tabriz, the students of the Tabriz Technical and Professional University held a demonstration and placed their food plates on the ground in protest.
Tabriz Technical and Professional University
A group of students from Noushiravani University in Babol held pictures of the students who had been killed by security forces during the rule of the mullahs and their predecessor, the Shah regime. They also held pictures of teachers who have been imprisoned by the Iranian regime. Their banners read: “The university is alive.”
Students of Noushiravani University in Babol
The students of Computer and Engineering University in Semnan commemorated Students Day and held a gathering and speeches. The students expressed their support for the workers of Ahvaz and Haft Tapeh. “Imprisoned workers must be freed,” the students chanted.