(Gateway Pundit) – The people of Abadan in Khouzestan province held a large demonstration for the second day to protest the lack of water in the province.
Thousands of people took to the street in protest to lack of drinking water.
The mullahs can’t even keep the water running.
— Fereshteh Sadeghi (@fresh_sadegh) June 30, 2018
THE RUNNING WATER LOOKS LIKE MUD!
June 28 – Khorramshahr, southwest #Iran
Voice explains the cities muddy water & asks are the city officials themselves willing to drink or shower with such muddy water.#IranProtests pic.twitter.com/IIr3zWC2L0
— P.M.O.I (@Mojahedineng) June 29, 2018
There is no water.
— IRAN HRM (@IranHrm) June 30, 2018
The Iranian protest TV released this video of the protesters from inside the regime.
#Iran Khorramshahr 6/29
A report from Iran's Resistance TV (#MEK) (Clip collection),People's Demonstration To protest 4 drinking water
Slogan:Mullah Get lost
down with Rouhani (President Mullahs)
Message OF Maryam Rajavi ,Solidarity with People#IranProtests #Qanon #Patriot #MAGA pic.twitter.com/fkSuuGv9do
— javadhamida (@javadhamida1) June 30, 2018
Hundreds of protesters turned out in Khorramshahr.
Hundreds of Iranians demonstrated against water shortages in the southwestern city of Khorramshahr on Fri, in 1 of #Iran's biggest water-related protests of 2018. See the video sent 2 @VOAIran by residents in my @VOANews story w/@Javanmardi75 https://t.co/CZZSO4I2J3 #IranProtests
— Michael Lipin (@Michael_Lipin) June 30, 2018
A video showing one of several protests in SW of Iran (Khoramshahr) because of drinking water shortages and its disconnecting caused by sending their province ( Khoozestan)water to Iraq for free and its exporting to Kuwait. https://t.co/I3t5NT7Ksx
— A human Rights Seeker(A person❤️Human Rights) (@CyrusHumanRight) June 29, 2018
People protest against water shortage in the Southwest of Iran, Khorramshahr. Nowadays can see spontaneous demonstrations across the country. pic.twitter.com/o3JD4SzZJf
— Ali Kheradpir (@AliKheradpir) June 29, 2018
Bushehr Province, southern #Iran #IranRegimeChange
People blocking the road to protest the authorities not providing drinking water.
Locals say that has been 55 days that water has stopped running in their city, Dashtestan. pic.twitter.com/uAlZOprwkW
— farmandehMehrdad (@farmandeMehrdad) June 24, 2018