Diaspora Iranians in Europe, North America and elsewhere held rallies on Saturday to condemn the Islamic Republic for its atrocities against anti-government protesters.
In Canada, thousands of expats and activists chanted “Women, Life, Freedom” during demonstrations in Toronto and Vancouver.
Meanwhile, a group of Canadian lawyers has launched a campaign to take action against Iranian immigrants in Canada, which is affiliated with the Islamic Republic, in partnership with Iranian and US lawyers.
In Germany, four assailants, including two hijab-wearing women, reportedly attacked and threatened female protesters with knives in Berlin. A witness told Iran International that one of the attackers spoke Persian.
German police have arrested the attacker, saying his identity and nationality will be announced at a later date.
Protesters also gathered in Berlin’s city center to condemn the killing of civilians in Iran’s southeastern provinces of Sistan and Balochestan.
Activists and Iranians living in London held a protest rally in front of the Islamic Republic of Iran Embassy and marched to the British Parliament. He called on the government and parliament to increase pressure on the Iranian government.
Similar demonstrations were held in the United States, Italy, Australia, Sweden, Bulgaria, Denmark, Switzerland and Italy.
Iranian security forces have killed at least 326 people, including 43 children and 25 women, during the ongoing protests.