Iran begins restoring internet after four days of fuel protests

Iran’s internet shutdown was part of a crackdown on four days of nationwide anti-government protests against fuel price hikes in which more than 100 were reported killed. The authorities claiming on Thursday that calm was restored said internet had been reconnected in some areas, including Hormozgan, Kermanshah, Arak, Mashhad, Qom, Tabriz, Hamadan, Bushehr and parts of Tehran. The internet blockage had helped stifle the unrest.

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5 thoughts on “ Iran begins restoring internet after four days of fuel protests

  • Nov 21, 2019 @ 16:42 at 16:42
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    Iran’s Shiia Regime will continue its Dark rule over Persia keeping it a Nation of Cultural Conflicts, Corruption, & Poverty. This Proof The Supreme Leader Do Not Care About Mideast People & Persian People Existence Nor Salvation Only Their Own Thieving Pockets & Death Of Innocent People.

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    • Nov 22, 2019 @ 16:50 at 16:50
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      iranın dini lideri ali hamaneyi ve diğer mollaları öldürün gizlice ajanlarla sonra iran halkını ülke geneli molla rejimine karşı ayaklandırıp iran molla rejimini yıkın

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  • Nov 21, 2019 @ 21:00 at 21:00
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    Iran better learn from what happened in Egypt. The Egyptian government got replaced for shutting down the internet. People won’t tolerate it, and it certainly made the riots worse.

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  • Nov 22, 2019 @ 16:52 at 16:52
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    iranın dini lideri ali hamaneyi ve diğer mollaları öldürün gizlice ajanlarla sonra iran halkını ülke geneli molla rejimine karşı ayaklandırıp iran molla rejimini yıkın

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  • Nov 22, 2019 @ 16:54 at 16:54
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    iranın dini lideri ali hamaneyi ve diğer mollaları öldürün gizlice ajanlarla sonra iran halkını ülke geneli molla rejimine karşı ayaklandırıp iran molla rejimini yıkın

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