Iran (MNN) — A new wave of unrest sweeps Iran as demonstrators mark the third anniversary of “Bloody November.”
“First of all, it shows that finally, leaders of the free world are standing for the values they claim they stand for. Second, it shows they are taking this revolution more seriously. That’s what people from Iran are asking,” Yazdari says.
“We already have lost too many lives, including kids and teenagers, and more than 14,000 lives are at risk.”
“In 1988, authorities executed three- to five-thousand political prisoners across the country. The current regime president, Ibrahim Raisi, was a central player in the mass executions during those years.”
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“Mohabat TV and Heart4Iran have focused on Iran incidents in the past two months. In the live programs, people can call the host and talk on the air or connect with mentors and counselors,” Yazdari says.
Most importantly, pray. “Pray that our people achieve freedom and liberty and that the world leaders would change their policies from supporting the oppressor to supporting the oppressed,” Yazdari requests.
“[Pray that] criminals would be held accountable for their crimes against humanity so that justice would be served.”
Header image depicts protestors in Iran. (Photo courtesy of SalamPix/ABACA/picture alliance via Heart4Iran)