A large number of women participated in the Student’s Day protests of November Fourth. At Tehran University female students chained hands and stood in front of male students to keep the men from being beaten.
In an incident on Karimkand Zand St., a young lady clashed with plainclothes officers. It took a mass attack by Basij to arrest her. A large number of women were arrested during the protests.
Reports from Tehran are that the demonstrations lasted until at least 8:30 PM.
Chants of “Khamenei is a murderer his leadership is invalid” and “death to the dictator” were heard after 9:00 PM.
At least 400 of the residents of Tehran who were arrested on November Fourth have been transferred to Evin Prison.
Three foreign reporters have been jailed. One Japanese and two Canadians were arrested because they didn’t have official permission to report on the events. Farhud Pooladi of Agence France Presse was also arrested.
The gravestone of Neda Ahga Soltan was broken by SSF agents during a gathering of people at her grave site.
A tear gas canister was fired directly at Karrobi during the November Fourth protests. He was prevented from entering Haft-e-Tir Square during the protests.
The head of the Revolutionary Guards Corps has admitted the threat to the regime posed by the people. He said, “today RGC is ready to confront any threat against the Islamic Republic. The enemies of Islamic Republic by softly threatening the state are aiming at the beliefs of the Moslem Iranians and are spending high amount of money to reach this goal.” (Would that it were so.)
Ayatollah Bayat Zanjani, a former parliamentary deputy, has said, “try to free all the detainees of the events after the revolution as soon as possible and know that keeping them in jail just like their detention is against canon law.”
The regime is using hangings to attempt to intimidate the populace. Six prisoners were hanged recently: four in Kerman Prison, one in Zahedan and one in Borojerd.
Source: World Threats