Saturday night Dec. 30, Canada's Foreign ministry said in a
statement: “Canada is encouraged by the Iranian people who are exercising their basic right to protest peacefully. “We call on the Iranian authorities to uphold and respect democratic and human rights. “Canada will continue to support the fundamental rights of Iranians, including the right to freedom of expression.”
Canadian senator Linda Frum also in her twitter channel supported the uprising in Iran.
I should mention that #IranProtests has been trending on Twitter for the past 3 days
US Senatores such as Tom Cotton, John McCain, Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Ted Cruz, Orrin Hatch, and Sara Sanders the white house spokewoman, all showed their support for the peaceful demonstrors in Iranians.
The regime's interior minister, Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli said today, 'The events of the last few days have caused concern, sadness and discomfort for our dear people, and ... the created atmosphere .... Has damaged the security of the country.'
He said: 'Those who attempt to destroy public property, and create unrest and lawlessness, and undermine the people’s security, are responsible before the law and should be held accountable for their behavior and pay its cost.” He added, 'Those who misused the cyberspace and used it for the purpose of destroying security, irregularity, law-breaking and destruction of the people’s property, have shown that it was just an excuse to use this capacity (cyberspace).' Meanwhile, Mehr, the state news agency, wrote today that the PMOI /MEK'is behind the recent turmoil and manages it. Ali Asghar Nasser, the security and law enforcement deputy of Tehran governorate, said 'A few individuals yesterday disrupted the people's comfort, and they were arrested quickly.' He added these few people! Threw 'stones at the police force, damaged police vehicles, and broke windows of the banks and ...'.
Meanwhile, more fear and confusion can be seen within the regime than ever before regarding the uprising of the Iranian people. Khamenei remains silent on the fourth day of the uprising. Rouhani, the regime's president, also canceled his speech today. Iran daily, associated with Rouhani, announced this morning, “in light of recent events and several days of conflict in different cities of the country, the president will speak on these incidents in a couple of hours'. However, two hours later, one of Rouhani’s spokesmen said, 'There is no speech in Rouhani’s program today.”
The Iranian regime shut down schools in Tehran and many cities under the pretext of 'air pollution' for today and tomorrow.