Nov. 24 - Approximately 100 students from Ahwaz Free University were threatened with dismissal or long term suspensions by Discipline Committees of the university. This was in relation to their participation in the November Fourth protests that ended in the closure of the university.
Nov. 24 - Karrobi has revealed that a rape victim whom he did not name has vanished after a meeting with the regime’s General Prosecutor. Karrobi added, “now it is not clear whether she is alive or dead. Mr. Eje-ee must speak up about this lady and her current status. Was she right? Did she lie? We don’t have any news of her.”
Nov. 24 - Basiji dressed as students have attacked the Yemeni Embassy in Tehran with home made bombs. In a statement they announced while threatening that the Yemeni government must know that it would pay a high price for its anti-regime measures in Sadeh.
(This is part of the area in northern Yemen where the Houthi Rebellion is under way.) They said also that Saudi Arabia must be ready for the cries of the pilgrims against it.
At the end of the statement it says: “We demand a halt in relation with the oppressive Yemen government and traitor Saudi Arabia government. We also demand that the ambassadors of these two enemy countries be expelled. To show our protest we will set fire to the embassy of the corrupt government of Yemen.”
Nov. 24 - On Nov. 22 Khamenei’s banner in Mahshahr was torn apart. The sentence of death to Khamenei could be seen on the banner. the banner was removed as soon as the tearing was noticed.
Nov. 24 - Students of Khjenasir university are still protesting the arrest of Soheil Mohammadi and Ali Parviz. Members of the Basij had attempted to raise the flag of Hezbollah but the students prevented it. Film of the event may be seen here.
following Link is film of protest gathering of Khahenasir University students.
Nov. 24 - Students of the international University in Qazvin held a sit-in to protest the detention of political prisoners. The students announced they will continue the sit-in until Payam Haydar Qazvini, Farhad Fathi and Saeed Sakakian are freed.
Nov. 24 - Students of the Polytechnic University, Mahashahr campus are on their fourth day of protesting the beating of one of their fellow students by masked men. The plan to continue their protest until their security is guaranteed.
Nov. 24 - In a sham trial the regime has condemned Nasseh Faridi as “fighting God” for being connected to the People’s Mujahadeen of Iran. Nasseh was not represented by a lawyer during the trial.
Link of film regarding written slogans in streets of Iran against clerical regime specially Khomenie:
Analysis. While not making light in any way of the Iranian government’s continued persecution of its people and primarily its university student population, the real item of importance here is the attack on the Yemeni Embassy in Tehran. It is becoming more apparent that the Iranian regime is making the Houthi Rebellion the primary focus of its battle for Iranian supremacy in the Middle East and Shiite supremacy in Islam.
While it is not possible to determine how far the Iranian government is willing to go to support the Houthi, attacking the embassy of a supposedly friendly country is not a good sign. Neither is the direct challenge to the Saudis calling them traitors presumably to Islam. This activity ties in directly with the Iranian dispatch of midget submarines to the Red Sea and the statements translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) posted yesterday. These activities are indicative of a nation preparing to go to war. I would not be surprised if the Yemenis and the Saudis do not sever diplomatic ties with Iran in the near future especially if the Saudi Embassy is attacked in a similar fashion.
The last sentence of the first paragraph, They said also that Saudi Arabia must be ready for the cries of the pilgrims against it, indicates that the Iranians may be ready to activate their agents within the Hajj to conduct the baraa demonstrations and disrupt the Hajj.
This would bring about a direct confrontation with the Saudi security forces and probably cause a large number of deaths and injuries among the pilgrims reminiscent of the 1987 siege of the Kaaba. The “Stoning of the Devil” ritual that is occurring over the next three days has been the scene of previous panics and many deaths. Even with the Saudi efforts to make this portion of the Hajj safer, it would be the perfect place to create chaos, injury and death among the pilgrims.