The regime's attempts to blame the popular uprising on foreign interference undermines the intelligence of the Iranian people.
Iranian actress Golshifteh Farahani says the Iranian people are 'suffering economically, politically and democratically'.
The move comes amid fears of a mass popular uprising connected with the anniversary of former president Ali Abdullah Saleh's death.
Protests that broke out across the country in mid-November following a price hike on fuel prompted an 'unprecedented use of lethal force' by the Iranian regime.
Top Amnesty International official says the number of deaths present 'evidence that Iran’s security forces went on a horrific killing spree'.
The human rights watchdog says Iranian authorities are 'deliberately covering up the scale of the mass crackdown against protestors'.
At around midnight Sunday, Hizbullah and Amal supporters brandishing party flags attacked peaceful demonstrators in Beirut.
An internet shutdown has made obtaining information on bloodshed difficult, but Amnesty International says the toll may be over 100.
At least 106 protestors in 21 cities have been killed in the five days since Iranian forces were ordered to 'crush' the demonstrations.
Lebanese activists and civilians praised the army for the critical role it played in maintaining public safety throughout the recent demonstrations.