Original Source (in Persian): Azad University of Qazvin News
Payvand.com - Once again, the students at Qazvin's Azad University turned the grounds of the university campus into a protest arena against the regime. On December 7, the Student Day, despite the intense security measures put in place by the authorities, the students held a huge rally followed by a march. It is estimated that about 5,000 students participated in the protests.
During the rally, the students who were carrying photos of the Amir Javadifar and Ashkan Sohrabi (two students martyred since June's presidential elections) were chanting slogans against the regime and expressing their despise of the coup government and their supporters.
It should be noted that few days before the protests, the university's security office had issued an announcement forbidding any gathering and threatened to take disciplinary actions. Also, during the protests, security and plainclothes agents were busy identifying the students.
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The Morning of Monday 7th December in Tehran - Last night the weather turned very dark and cold and it was raining for many hours. We had to turn the heating up as we were all feeling the cold. I was wondering what tomorrow will be like. This morning my heart lit up as I opened the curtains and saw the sun shining and it was a new beginning. -A Citizen Journalist
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Iran Student Day: Origins and Legacy - The history of Iranian student political protests began in 1941 with the abdication of Reza Shah and occupation of Iran by the allied forces. At this time, Tehran University became the main base for the student campaign against authoritarianism and foreign interference. -The Mossadegh Project
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