A protest in the southern Iranian city of Kazerun reportedly turned deadly Wednesday when Iranian regime security forces opened fire against a large protest against a plan to change the city into two sections.
Many of the protesters gathered outside a police station in the city, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), said in a statement.
The NCRI is a coalition of influential Iranian opposition groups.
The protest for those arrested continued to grow and the “regime forces” fired directly into the people, armed only with rocks and pieces of wood, the statement read.
An expert on Iran who advises the White House told Fox News that “When the president withdrew from the nuclear deal he explicitly called to the Iranian people to shrug off the totalitarian theocrats who’ve been oppressing them.