Iran: youth clashed with IRGC Basij commander in Shiraz

As the rift between the Iranian people and the repressive regime authorities get steeper, some youth who are frustrated at the regime are taking matters into their hands.

According to a report from the city of Shiraz, south-central Iran, on Saturday evening, a number of brave youth attacked Mehdi Zarei, a mullah and head of the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) Basij force in this city.

The youth were reported to have chanted anti-regime slogans when they entered the Sheikh Ali Choopan Basij site and were confronted by the aggressive mullah. That was when the clash began and Zarei was overcome by the youth. The youth managed to leave the scene unharmed.

The incident was also acknowledged by the regime’s own media and Zarae confessed to being beaten. “We were making rounds when we witnessed a quarrel and intervened. Minutes after I left the scene, a number of young men attacked me…,” he said.

One social media report says it seems that youth in different cities are taking matters into their hands and beginning to discipline the regime’s repressive agents.

The U.S State Department recently designatedthe IRGC as a “Foreign Terrorist Organization” (FTO).

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