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Iran opposition MEK network installs posters of resistance leaders

Reporting by PMOI/MEK

Iran, December 2, 2019—Members of the Iranian Resistance “Resistance Units” and supporters of the opposition People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) are escalating their measures during November and December of this year. Many streets and alleys across the country are becoming scenes of protests and confrontations against the mullahs’ regime, especially with Resistance Units members spreading the word about and messages of Iranian Resistance leader Massoud Rajavi and opposition President Maryam Rajavi, head of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI).

These Resistance Units and PMOI/MEK supporters are braving all odds in continuing their activities despite the brutal crackdown imposed by the mullahs’ regime. The numbers are horrific as MEK sources have confirmed over 600 protesters killed, over 4,000 injured and at least 12,000 arrested. The number of those detained are rising.

In the Iranian capital Tehran, large posters of Massoud and Maryam Rajavi were installed on a pedestrian bridge Saturday, November 30. The day before on Friday a large banner on a highway read, “Hail to Rajavi. We are countless.”

Also in Tehran, various Massoud Rajavi quotes were seen in various roads and on the windshields of numerous vehicles reading, “The religious dictatorship ruling is shaking before its overthrow.”

A large Massoud Rajavi banner was put up in Shariati Road of Kerman, south-central Iran, with a line reading, “Truly, rebellious youths have made life a living hell for you,” in reference to the mullahs’ regime.

In Tabriz, northwest Iran, a large Massoud Rajavi poster reads, “Death to Khamenei; Death to Rouhani; Hail to Rajavi.”

In Hamedan, western Iran, a Maryam Rajavi banner reads, “This is an uprising that belongs to all the imprisoned and freedom loving people of Iran.”

In Khorramabad, western Iran, a text banner quotes Massoud Rajavi saying, “More flames are awaiting and the uprising for freedom will flare.”

In Urmia, northwest Iran, a banner quoting Massoud Rajavi reads, “The mullahs have no choice but resorting to further crackdown. Yet they’re digging their own grave.”

In Shiraz, south-central Iran, MEK supporters took to graffiti and quoting Massoud Rajavi saying, “Rebellious youths have made life a living hell for you.”