‘We may die but we’ll take Iran back’: Protesters attack religious school near Tehran

The people of Tehran, Karaj and Mashhad have once again poured into the streets to protest against the religious despotism and the country’s economic crumbling due to the corruption of the mullahs’ regime.

Later, the cities of Ghahdarijan and Shahin Shahr in Isfahan province, and Andimeshk in Khuzestan joined the protests.

Iran protesters have attacked a religious school in Karaj province near Tehran, the official Fars news agency reported on Saturday.

“At 9 pm (1530 GMT on Friday) they attacked the school and tried to break the doors down and burn things,” Fars quoted the head of the religious school in the town of Ishtehad, as saying.



“They were about 500 people and they chanted against the system but they were dispersed by the riot police and some have been arrested,” he said.

Referring to Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, many chanted ‘death to the dictator’ at protests.

‘The nation is forced to beg while the leader lives like God,’ was also among the furious chants against the Iranian regime at protests. 

Videos on social media in recent days have shown Iranian people chanting “Death to the dictator” ,‘Shame on you Khamenei, leave the country alone’; ‘death to the dictator’; ‘do not be afraid, we are all together; our enemy is here, they falsely say it is America’.

Foreign media are barred from observing or filming “unauthorized” protests.



The women in the video are chanting: “No to Gaza, no to Lebanon; my life for Iran”



“We may die but we’ll take Iran back”, protesters chant.