Iran’s nationwide uprising marked its 122nd day on Sunday as the country is gripping with freezing cold temperatures and the regime is too incompetent to provide even heating gas to tens of millions of people across the country. Iran has the world’s second-largest natural gas reserves and yet the Iranian people are waiting in lines for cooking/heating gas, and kerosene, and posting videos from their homes and stores showing the severe gas shortage. All the while, the regime’s foreign minister, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, has been on a Middle East tour visiting the mullahs’ allies and proxies like Hezbollah and pledging to provide for their energy needs. Expressing their determination, courageous girls in the Capital Tehran wrote on the city wall: “a revolutionary never surrenders.” Also, in Tehran tonight, in Shariati district people were chanting “We do not want a child-killing regime, we do not want it,” “Death to the Murderers’ Republic.” On Sunday morning, non-industrial workers in the port city of Bandar Mahshahr in Khuzestan Province, southwest Iran, staged a strike, demanding answers from officials to their outstanding issues that have gone ignored for too long. Workers of a petrochemical site of the OCDC company in Gachsaran of Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province in southwest Iran held a gathering today and went on strike, protesting for answers to their long-raised demands. In Golestan Province, northeast Iran, hundreds of people have rallied outside the home of Molana Gergich, a senior figure of the local Baluch community, to prevent authorities from taking him away following his summoning by the regime’s Special Clergy Court Today In Quechan southeast Iran, Bazaris kept their shops closed for the second day in a row due to the nationwide gas shortage crisis. While expressing concern about the fate of her son In a video message, Mrs. Sharifpour mother of the political prisoner Mohammed Faramarzi addressed organizations, institutions, and human rights activists, requesting a meeting with her son and demanding help and cooperation from the international community.

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