Iran's protests have been going on for 17 days, with 400 people killed and 20,000 arrested.
At the prestigious Tehran university, security forces tried to kill everyone there.
The 17th day of protests in Iran has seen 400 people killed and 20,000 arrested.
Sunday, October 2, 2022, was the 17th day in a row that there were protests in Iran. Protests against the government have taken place in more than 170 cities in all 31 provinces. Click on this link to see videos of protests from this day in different cities.
At least 400 protesters have been killed by the clerical regime, and more than 20,000 have been jailed across the country. There are hundreds of women arrested, and some of them are journalists.
At Sharif University, regime forces trap students and try to kill them.
As this report is being made public, the clerical regime's security forces have locked students in the parking lot of Sharif University of Technology, shot at them with real bullets, and taken them into custody.
Parents and young people who care about freedom have gathered outside the university to demand that the government let the students go. The crowd was broken up by tear gas fired by security forces.
A few hours ago, students at Sharif University held a protest on campus. There are gunshots coming from the university, and the regime is trying to kill all of the best students there. The students who were arrested are said to have been taken to a military base in Afsarieh, Tehran.
The religious government did the same thing in Tabriz the day before. In order to catch the students, security forces planned to surround the university and lock its gate. But young people and the families of college students gathered around the school. By breaking down the gate to the university and joining the crowd outside, the students broke the siege of the SSF and brought the protest into the city.
Students are a big part of the protests in Iran.
Students were a big part of the recent nationwide protests, and they still hold rallies every day even though the government has arrested a lot of them.
At least 48 universities in Iran, including Tehran University, Azad University of Shahr-e Qods, the Culture University of Tehran, Bahonar University, the School Computer in Khajeh Nassir University, Tarbiat Modarres University, Azad University in Sohanak, the University of Isfahan, the University of Najafabad of Isfahan, Ferdowsi University in Mashhad, Razi University of Kermanshah, the University
Students chanted, "I would give my life for Iran," "Tehran has become a prison," and "Free all the students in jail."
Protests in many parts of the capital
In other news, protests were held by young people in many parts of Tehran on Sunday. At least 30 cities' business owners and bazaar vendors, as well as truck drivers in several cities, went on strike in support of the protests.
Sources inside Iran say that protesters who have been arrested are being taken away in ambulances without license plates. The prisoners are being kept in Ward 209 of Evin Prison and the IRGC ward of the Greater Tehran Penitentiary.
On Saturday, October 1, there were protests and strikes in at least 42 cities. Throughout the day, women and young people took the lead. There were hit-and-run fights and small protests in different parts of cities. The forces of the regime couldn't handle how big the protests were.
Local sources say that the regime's forces killed and hurt more than 100 people in Zahedan on Friday. This has led to more protests against the regime, as Iranians are angry that their fellow countrymen have been killed.