Elements of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard (IRG) have opened fire upon unarmed civilians who were protesting the corrupt radical Muslim government. At least three civilians are confirmed dead and "many others" have been injured.
In addition, Intelligence sources confirm that Iran has begun moving large quantities of S-300 air defense missiles in several areas of the country, giving weight to earlier Intel Assessments that the Iran government may look to start a war to divert public attention in order to try to survive the public protests presently in their third day --- or to "go out with a bang" as they lose power and decide to take as many as they can down with them.
Here are the limited facts as I now know them:
At 1:02 PM eastern US time, IRG forces opened fire on a crowd in Doroud, central Iran, killing at least 3.
As protesters fled the gunfire, some of them set fire to the City Council building.
Video below reportedly shows Iranian forces moving towards Mashhad, but the convoy would seem transporting Russian-made S-300 missile systems (Air Defense)
Video reportedly shows Iranian forces moving towards Mashhad, but the convoy would seem trasporting Russian-made S-300 missile systems (Air Defence), is Tehran fearing something bigger than a protest? 🎥 https://t.co/rF852siEV9 pic.twitter.com/Ucoxy1R8jb— Already Happened (@M3t4_tr0n) December 30, 2017
The situation in Iran got very precarious yesterday (Friday) which was made clear when a nationwide SMS message was sent to all military forces declaring "EMERGENCY -- CODE RED -- ALL UNIFORMED MILITARY PERSONS REPORT TO THEIR ASSIGNED AREAS IMMEDIATELY" That story was first reported HERE.
Below is video showing wounded civilians - shot by IRG troops - being carried from the protest in Doroud, in Loerstan Province, central Iran.
A FOURTH civilian is now confirmed dead from IRG gunfire.
In response to the killings, protesters in Khorram Abad have set fire to the Governor's Office as shown in the video below:
#Update72- In response to the death of four protesters-shot at by the #IRGC forces- protesters in #KhorramAbad burned the governor’s office. Governors in Iran are all have ties to the IRGC or security services.#IranProtests pic.twitter.com/jceF8pupjJ— Raman Ghavami (@Raman_Ghavami) December 30, 2017
With video pouring out of Iran, the government is now trying to shut down all Internet providers in the country - but they are having very limited success and information is still getting out.
According to numerous sources in various cities, the IRG is now positioning military SNIPERS on office building roofs to shoot at protesters.
Those opposed to the radical Muslims Clerics running Iran have apparently attacked a major Iranian OIL PIPELINE in the Khuzestan Province, and the video below is allegedly of that attack:
Cellular networks Iran Cell and Hamra Aval are now said to be offline across Iran.
#Iran has shut down internet and phone-lines in many regions.
Russian messaging application Telegram have shut down several accounts that disseminate news and videos about the
#Iranprotests from its platform on the pretext that they are inciting violence.
Protesters in the city of Arak, Iran are seen breaking into the Governor's official residence in that city, via the video below:
Protesters in Kashan can be seen in the video below, tearing down a banner of Ayatollah Khameni! ! ! ! !
It is beginning to look as though a full-blown Revolution is taking place throughout Iran; with the citizens of that nation demanding an end to Sharia Law, Islamic government and a return to a secular state!
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