From July 9, 1999 to November 2019, and to this day, the student movement is still alive.
The nationwide protests of July 9, 1999, by students against repression and authoritarian rule, in Tehran, Tabriz and 16 other cities of Iran for a week, rocked the rule of the Velayat-e Faqih.
Attacking the university and suppressing students was a pre-planned program and part of a diversionary scenario to get rid of serial killings by the Ministry of Intelligence.
Plainclothes officers under the title of “Ansar Hezbollah” attacked student dormitories and on the morning of July 9, 1999, they massively destroyed students’ belongings and beat them.
From July 11 to July 14, 1999, in central Tehran and the streets leading to Tehran University, anti-regime slogans were heard against Khamenei’s political system and rule.
The nationwide protests of July 9
The Supreme Security Council, headed by Khatami, called the demonstrations illegal and licensed the suppression of students and the public.
Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf, then commander of the Air Force and current head of the Parliament, viciously suppressed the students and now considers it as one of his honors.
On July 16, Khamenei, whose Pharaoh throne was shaken by the students, called the students thugs and thus approved the crackdown on them.
Since then, in large and nationwide protests with the slogan “Death to Khamenei,” the Iranian people have loudly voiced their demand for freedom.
In the thirst for freedom and democracy, the Iranian people will not stop fighting Khamenei’s dictatorship.
The student movement in Iran is still alive against the dictatorship after The nationwide protests of July 9…
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