Iran Uprising-No. 18
The scope of the uprising against the mullahs’ regime continues to spread and includes vaster parts of Iran.
In Tuyserkan, the people booed the anti-riot unit that was making a lot of noise to intimidate the people. The regime’s mercenaries fired tear gas to disperse the protesters. The people set ablaze a government vehicle in front of the governorate.
Member of European Parliament Pavel Telička
The President of Friends of a Free Iran in the European Parliament that enjoys support of many MEPs calls on “the EU High Representative Ms Mogherini and the European governments to publicly express solidarity with the current uprising of the Iranian people and to strongly condemn the brutal reaction of the Iranian government and the security forces against the peaceful demonstrators.”
Vice-President of the European Parliament Ryszard Czarnecki said in press release on Saturday: “The European Union must condemn the violent reaction of the Iranian regime's security forces and the IRGC against the demonstrators.”
“As Vice-President of the European Parliament I express my full solidarity with the people of Iran who want a regime change” he added.
Iran’s Uprising - No. 17
On the fourth day of the nationwide uprising of the Iranian people to overthrow the mullahs’ regime, the regime’s officials were compelled to acknowledge the anger and disgust of the people against the regime and the extent of the uprising.
NCRI - “It is time the EU stopped its wretched, handwringing policy of appeasement to one of the most repressive regimes in the world. Instead, Europe must now demonstrate solidarity with the 80 million Iranian citizens who are struggling to overthrow the fascist clerical regime and replace it with a modern, democratic government, able to restore freedom, justice, women’s rights and human rights, while abolishing the death penalty, torture and the export of terror and conflict” Struan Stevenson, the president of the Brussels Based European Iraqi Freedom Association, said in a statement.