On Saturday, December 24, 2022, citizens in Iran marked day 100 of the ongoing revolution on the eve of Christmas. Since the heinous murder of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in police custody on September 16, the country has witnessed thousands of women, men, and children who have risked their lives for freedom, justice, and equality.
Anti-regime demonstrations, strikes, and activities continue across the country despite the regime’s unprecedented oppressive measures, including firing birdshot and live ammo at defenseless citizens—including kids, arbitrarily arresting tens of thousands of people—including teenagers, and extrajudicial death sentences and hastily hanging protesters.
Instead, the suppression encouraged more walks of life to join the revolution and publicly declare their desire to overthrow the regime and establish a democratic and secular republic government.
In her Christmas message, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), paid homage to “homage to all the brave women, girls, and young people who shattered the walls of fear rebelled against the darkness of despair and powerlessness and led the battle to uproot the religious tyranny.”
She also called on the international community to stand with the people of Iran. “I appeal to all my Christian brothers and sisters worldwide to lend support to the Iran uprising,” Mrs. Rajavi said.
Source : irannewsupdate.com