Iranians chant “Death to Dictator” on rooftops on the eve of anniversary of 1979 Iran revolution
On the eve of the anniversary of the Iranian 1979 revolution (the anniversary of the 57th anniversary of the anti-religious uprising of the people of Iran in the year 57), despite the police forces being ready to disperse any protests, people in various areas of Tehran and Gohardasht went to the rooftops of their houses, and shouted the slogans of “death to dictator” and “death to Khamenei”.
In Narmak and the eastern parts of Tehran, Shahre-Rey and Gohardasht of Karaj, slogans of “death to dictator” are heard being chanted by the youth and the people of these areas.
Some young people in Tehran chanted: Sayed Ali unfortunately it is time for you to get up and go.
In Kermanshah, the youths chanted slogans of “death to dictator” and “death to Khamenei” on their rooftops.
In Hamadan, the youth have also chanted, “death to dictator” and “death to Khamenei”.
In this way, the Iranian people once again expressed their desire to overthrow the entirety of the dictatorship of the Velayat-e-Faqih.
The anniversary of Iranian revolution is celebrated on February 11th of each year. The Iranian Revolution also known as the 1979 Revolution, refers to events involving the overthrow of the Pahlavi dynasty under Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi. This revolution led to the eventual replacement of 2,500 years of continuous Persian monarchy with an Islamic Republic which was enforced on by Ruhollah Khomeini.