Update On Iranian Protests

Jim Hoft has yet another interesting and informative update on the protests taking place in Iran. Here is an excerpt he posted from NCR-Iran:

Following the uprising of Azeri population in north western Iran, the Youth in Ardebil, torched a center known for its plundering of local people.

Ardabil’s mayor, Yaqoub Aziz-Zadeh said: “The city has lost over seven billion rials, equivalent of $765,000 during last Saturday’s riot where buildings and government properties were torched.

Damages were done to road signs, telephone boxes, traffic lights, ticket distributing stands, commuter buses and even rubbish bins throughout the city.

According to sources on the ground, the government cut off all cell phone communications in Ardebil for five days to prevent any news break out.

Read more at Gateway Pundit.

See my previous post on the protests here.

Update: I neglected to post this report of torture killings which was posted yesterday at Gateway Pundit:

Garadaghli also said that Iranian law enforcement bodies are using torture on the detained Azerbaijani demonstrators making them say that the US and other Western states are behind these protests. Four protesters died of severe torture in the past two days.

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