Students Chant Slogans against Supreme Leader in Nightly Protests- Sept. 5, '09September 09, 2009
Date: Saturday, September 5, 2009
Students Chant Slogans against Supreme Leader in Nightly Protests
On Friday night of September 4th, Students living in the Tehran University dormitory, along with other Tehran residents, shouted anti-regime slogans from the rooftops.
With their numbers increasing as the dormitory is reopened, students, this time in big numbers and more determined than the past, participated in people’s nightly protests. Not forgetting the raids by Ansar militia on the dormitory, students targeted regime’s top leadership in their slogans and chanted slogans against Khamenei and Ahmadinejad. The students chanted slogans such as, “Our Leader is Killer, his Rule is Invalid”, “Government of Coup, Resign, Resign”, “Death to Dictator”, and “Allahu Akbar”.
The students are focusing more on Khamenei in their slogans, and regard him as the primary element responsible in the election fraud and post-election incidents. Therefore, the sharp edge of the anti-regime slogans is pointed to the Supreme Leader. The nightly protests, similar to the past, continued for half an hour from 22:00 to 22:30.
Isfahan Sheikh Bahayi University Students’ Sit in
Last week, students of Isfahan Sheikh Bahayi non-profit University went on a strike and protest rally. This sit-in and strike was in protest to problems in the dormitories that are not being addressed.
Correction to the News of Detention of University of Mashad Students
Following the news of the detention of five students of Ferdowsi University of Mashad, news of detention of Mohsen Sanatipour, secretary of modern coalition of Islamic Unions of Students in Ferdowsi University, and Eftekhar Barzegarian, other student of this university, has been confirmed.
According to this report Amin Riyahi and Mehdi Khosravi, other students of Ferdowsi University, that news of their detention had been reported among student activists of city of Mashad, are currently fee.
Moreover, there’s no information on status of Saremi, political secretary of this organization, and there are unconfirmed reports of his detention.