Iranians would brave Islamic regime’s oppression, to celebrate Crown Prince Reza’s birthday

By The Free Iranian Staff
Prince Reza circa 1971 at the tomb of Cyrus
Shah Mohammad-Reza Pahlavi and Crown Prince Reza circa 1971 at the tomb of Cyrus the Great in Pasargadae

Tomorrow, Thursday, October 31st is the 59th birthday of Iran’s Crown Prince Reza Pahlavi. Social media throughout Iran has been buzzing with announcements, calling on Iranians to gather in various central locations throughout their respective locales, to wish him a happy birthday, by raising the Iranian national and constitutional lion and sun flag (not the Islamic flag).

The exact locations have not yet been announced in order to avert Khomeinist regime agents, members of the IRGC and Basij from being deployed in advance to prevent or suppress the presence of people. Reports have been circulating on some social networks, notably Instagram, that the exact time, after dark, and location of the gathering will be announced at the last minute in order to take the Islamic regime security forces off guard.

On Tuesday, October 29th, known as Cyrus the Great Day, like every year, Iranians from around Iran gathered at the tomb of the father and founder of Iran, in Pasargadae. 

From Cyrus to Pahlavi: Iranians are woke!

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On Tuesday, October 29th, known as Cyrus the Great Day, like every year, Iranians from around Iran gathered at the tomb of the father and founder of Iran, in Pasargadae. 

Also, on October 26th, Iranians celebrated Shah Mohammad-Reza Pahlavi’s 100th birthday.


Islamic regime authorities were concerned about the crowd at Pasargadae and having blocked the roads and surrounding areas of Cyrus’s tomb, tried to prevent people from gathering. This concern is especially due to recent widespread and increasing demonstrations in Iraq and Lebanon against corruption and mismanagement of Khomeinist officials, the IRGC, Hezbollah and their various proxies in all the countries where these forces have controlled.

In his speech, at a military gathering in Tehran on Wednesday, Ali Khamenei, the Shi’a regime’s Supreme Leader, had on one hand said that the Lebanese and Iraqi people have the right to make their demands known; at the same time however he claimed: “America and Western intelligence services, financed by the regressive countries of the region, are causing chaos.” Khamenei added: “The Iraqi and Lebanese people must follow up on their demands through legal structures and make restoring security their priority.”

These comments are made at a time when Iraqi protesters have also been chanting against the Islamic Republic regime of Iran, and in Lebanon, the protesters are clashing with Iran-backed Hezbollah forces.

Conditions are far worse in Iran than in Iraq and Lebanon, and the government fears that the celebration of Prince Reza Pahlavi’s birthday may spark clashes and a public uprising all across Iran.

 

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