- "An Iranian blogger says: So far I have not heard of any casualties, only that Revolutionary Guards of the Islamic Republic opened fire on the demonstrations..."
Reuters picks up the story / Link to original NYTimes article / Persian language Gooya.com also reports via Iran labor news agency that thousands are protesting against the Islamic regime in city of Tabriz, and many were shot at and there are unconfirmed numbers of dead & wounded.
I have also been viewing images of student protests in Tehran: Tehran University of Amir Kabir (formerly known as Poly-Technic Uni) & University of Tehran 1 & University of Tehran2
Students are demonstrating, mainly, against the militarization of their schools and the anti-democratic path that regime is taking. I understand that there were similar protests around the country and many more students have joined the rallies to voice their anger through their demonstrations.
Their main slogans were: Down with Tyranny, Down with Dictator
One of the banners reads: Leave the nukes, Take care of us!
These two banner read: This is University, not a religious madrassa and the other one reads: University is not a military garrison
Also, Jane's Defense tells us that there is some sort of insurgency going on in south eastern parts of Iran
I guess this is the beginning of an end! We'll see...
Update 3: Images of Law students protesting the forceful retirements of their secular professors
Update 4: Pictures of Amir Kabir Uni. protests
Update 5: Fars news has more pics