Protests in Iran Against Regime
By Micah Halpern
Sunday November 21, 2021
I watched a video of 10’s of thousands of young Iranians at a protest in Isfahan, Iran.
The protestors booed the Grand Ayatollah and they changed street signs that read “Martyrs of Gaza” to signs that read “Martyrs of November 2019”.
The protest was held in commemoration of the 2nd anniversary of Iranian leadership’s brutal crackdown against protests from November 2019.
It was held in the Zayande Rud, the dried up river bed of the great Red River which was once the life blood of the region. Participants said that Iranian farmers were protesting the awful water shortages devastating Iran.
The protestors, who looked to be between 18 and 30 years old, could be heard shouting: “By cannon, by tank, the clerics must go” and "Let Isfahan breathe again, revive Zayande Rud" and "Our children want water to provide food for your children."
The anger, the excitement and the frustration of the protestors was palpable throughout the video.
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